Here is our current list of trailriding vacations in Connemara, Ireland
Best Travel Experience Worldwide – Winner 2017
Our season runs from March to Mid-October
St. Patricks Festival – ride in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade! 4/7 day options from March 15th – SOLD OUT
Easter Special – 3 day trailriding April 3rd – April 5th – SOLD OUT
Chris Irwin Clinic – April 6th – 12th
Culinary Special – 3 day gourmet chef food & wine trailriding weekend April 13th – April 15th
Eventing Clinic/Trailriding Vacation – April 16th – April 22nd
Eventing Clinic/Trailriding Vacation – April 23rd – April 29th
Eventing Clinic/Trailriding Vacation – April 30th – May 6th
Mother’s Day – 7 day trailriding May 9thth –May 15th – some places left
Eventing Clinic/Trailriding Vacation – 7 day trailriding May 18th – 24th
Barn friends/Friends Reunion – 7 day trailriding May 25th – 31st
Barn Friends/Friends Reunion – 7 day trailriding June 1st – June 7th – some places left
Barn Friends/Friends Reunion – 7 day trailriding June 16th – June 22nd – some places left
Women Only – 7 day trailriding June 23rd – 29th – SOLD OUT!!
Graduation Celebration/Mother & Daughter – 6 day trailriding June 30th – July 5th
Graduation Celebration/Mother & Daughter – 7 day trailriding July 6th – July 12th
Women Only – 7 day trailriding July 14th – July 20th – SOLD OUT!!
Barn friends/Friends Reunion – 7 day trailriding July 21st – July 27th
Women Only – 7 day trailriding July 28th – August 3rd – SOLD OUT!!
Dublin Horse Show Special – August 8th – August 14th – only 3 places left
Women Only – 7 day trailriding August 18th – August 24th – SOLD OUT!!
Barn Friends/Friends Reunion – Julie Goodnight Clinic August 25th – August 30th
Eventing Clinic – August 31st – September 6th – 4 places left
Barn Friends/Friends Reunion – 7 day trailriding September 7th – September 13th
Barn Friends/Friends Reunion – 7 day trailriding September 15th – September 21st
Barn Friends/Friends Reunion – 7 day trailriding September 22nd – 28th
*October dates available on request
Rusty riders & improvers welcome. All we ask is that you take at least 4 English Style lessons with your trainer within 2 months of your arrival to us.
Love horses but don’t want to ride?
- Ask about our Equine assisted wellness retreats – no riding involved but plenty of horseplay!
Your partner with no interest in horses?We get this all the time! Just let us know what your partner likes and we will plan an itinerary around his/her interests and we will work out a non-rider rate!
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Not too hot and not too cold – you'll find Ireland's climate just right!In Ireland, everyone talks about the weather. Whether it's discussing the direction of the rain from a supermarket doorway, or musing that it's 75°F in March from a bar counter. Irish weather can be unpredictable, so we like to discuss it. A lot! Ireland's climate is influenced most by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, it doesn’t have the extreme temperatures that other countries at similar latitude would have. The average temperature is a mild 50°F. A major warm ocean current called the North Atlantic Drift keeps sea temperatures mild too. Hills and mountains, mainly around the coast of Connemara, shelter the rest of the island from strong winds coming off the ocean. So while the weather can be changeable – it's rarely extreme.