Drummindoo Stud & Equitation Centre

Located just one mile from Westport, near Clew Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way, this long established, family run equestrian centre offers horseriding instruction, pony trekking, pony camps, beach and day rides, trail rides and Western riding. 

All activities are overseen by a qualified and experienced instructor. The emphasis is on fun and learning in a safe environment with everyone progressing at their own pace. The owners have vast experience within the equine industry and continually upgrade the facilities so that whatever the weather, riding is still possible. Facilities include an indoor arena, outdoor menage and a gallop track, all with a sand and rubber surface. There is also a full set of show jumps. They are able to cater for school groups, birthday parties and those with special needs. Hard hats are provided and comfortable clothing and boots with a heel recommended. For further information on our centre and the services we provide please visit www.clewbayhorseriding.com


The Clew Bay Trail Ride

This ride takes small groups of experienced riders through new and ever changing landscapes of small villages, breathtaking sandy beaches, sea and off-shore islands, country lanes, mountain tracks and local heritage sites, stopping for a picnic along the way. All trails are personally guided by Padraic Foy, a qualified instructor and an accomplished horseman whose family have been involved with horses in the locality for generations. This combined with the spectacular Clew Bay region on the Wild Atlantic Way, quality Irish horses and excellent accommodation ensures this is a holiday you will cherish forever. For further information on the Clew Bay Trail Ride please visit www.clewbaytrailride.com

Drummindoo Stud & Equitation Centre
Co Mayo
Republic of Ireland

Phone+353 98 25616
Email - info@drummindoo.com


Carrowholly Stables

Carrowholly Stables is located on the beautiful west coast of Ireland in County Mayo and is merely two miles from the starting point of the Great Western Greenway which is a 42km traffic free cycling and walking route. 

Carrowholly Stables offer pony camps, beach and trail rides suitable for all levels of riders from the beginner to the more accomplished horse riding enthusiasts. They have a wide range of horses and ponies from 11hh to 17hh to suit all abilities. The excitement for riders trekking along the open strands of Clew Bay is the main attraction of Carrowholly Stables. An alternative trek takes the rider across open terrain to Rose Hill Castle formerly owned by Sir Samuel O Malley, a descendant of the infamous seafaring pirate queen Grainuaile. Here an unsurpassed view of Clew Bay and the offshore islands is an unforgettable experience. 

The stables are owned and managed by the Kelly family. Liam Kelly, who is passionate about his horses and ponies, is constantly on the prowl to ensure that his animals are happy and in top shape. His excellent grass management skills are evident as the horses and ponies graze freely in the green pastures. Kind temperament and dependability are his priorities when it comes to choosing horses for his customers. 

On arriving at the stables riders will be met and greeted by Kitty Kelly who oversees the day to day activities. She will provide answers to all queries and ensure that visitors will have an enjoyable horse riding experience. Roisin, Helena and Laoise are the three horse loving daughters. They are more than willing to share their expertise and help out with riders and horses. Joe is the guide. He is forever, calm, patient and kind. Rest assured that visitors will be well looked after as Joe leads them out on their trek. 

Carrowholly Stables & Trekking Centre

Republic of Ireland

Phone +353 98 27057
Email - carrowhollystables1@eircom.net