Where to go Eques­trian cen­tres which of­fer ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing

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Kilkieran Eques­trian Centre, Bal­ly­foyle, Co Kilkenny

Ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing is of­fered at this rid­ing school. See Kilkieran Eques­trian Farm on Face­book or 087 937 5726.

Ain­rush Sta­bles, Kil­fi­nane, Co Lim­er­ick

Dr Caro­line Mur­phy of­fers equine-as­sisted learn­ing for peo­ple with men­tal-health prob­lems and those with an autism spec­trum dis­or­der. See ain­rush­sta­bles.com or 087 254 3442.

Kells Eques­trian Centre, Kells, Co Meath

Rita Dunne of­fers ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing for peo­ple with var­i­ous types of dis­abil­i­ties. See kellse­ques­trian.com or 086 849 9201.

Abil­ity Equine-As­sisted Ther­apy, Na­van, Co Meath

Ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing and sta­ble man­age­ment ses­sions for peo­ple with men­tal-health prob­lems and var­i­ous dis­abil­i­ties. See aeat.ie or 086 159 4997.

Ban­ner Eques­trian Centre, Co­rofin, Co Clare

Ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing is of­fered at this fam­ily-owned centre. See ban­nereques­trian.com or 065 682 3487.

Hairy Henry Ther­a­peu­tic Rid­ing, Bal­lylickey, Bantry, Co Cork

Ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing is a core ac­tiv­ity on this small farm in west Cork. See hairy­henry.com or 087 938 9867.

Tr­ish’s Rockin’ Horses, Ki­ladan­gan, Co Water­ford

Ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing is the main ac­tiv­ity at this fa­cil­ity run by Tr­ish Dooley. See tr­ish­srock­in­horses.com or 087 235 4585.

Festina Lente, Old Con­naught Av­enue, Bray, Co Wick­low

Siofra Hayes Mo­ri­ar­ity and Suzanne Rice of­fer in­di­vid­ual and group ses­sions of equine-as­sisted learn­ing and ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing.

See fes­ti­na­lente.ie or 01-2720704

Heal­ing Hands Wick­low, Two-Mile-Water, Co Wick­low

Ther­a­peu­tic rid­ing and other equine-as­sisted ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren and adults with special needs. See heal­ing­handswick­low.com or 087 600 2599.

Rid­ing for the Dis­abled As­so­ci­a­tion Ire­land

This vol­un­tary or­gan­i­sa­tion of­fers ther­a­peu­tic and recre­ational rid­ing or car­riage driv­ing lessons and classes to peo­ple with phys­i­cal or in­tel­lec­tual dis­abil­i­ties. Trained vol­un­teers use lo­cal eques­trian cen­tres with good wheel­chair ac­cess. rdai.org

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