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This Video is from a German TV Travel show. We offer Horseback Hacking, Treking & Trail Riding in Killarney National Park for 1, 2 and 3 hours taking in views of Rosses Castle & Ross Island and beautiful views of Killarney lakes and Mountains for the casual visitor. Why not explore the highlands of Kerry with us for your Irish Horse Riding Vacation, taking in the majestic MacGillycuddy Reeks, Ireland’s highest mountain range. Our trail ride covers a variety of terrain – country lanes, forests, mountain tracks, bogs and some of the beaches at Waterville and on the magnificent 6.4km (4 miles) stretch of golden sand at Rossbeigh. The Iveragh Peninsula stretches south-west from Killarney and has many places of historic and archaeological interest along the world renowned Ring of Kerry. The Trail Ride Package includes accommodation in Killarney, Glenbeigh and Waterville, luggage transfer to each accommodation, lunch each day, horse, tack and guide. The trail is led at all times by an experienced guide(s) and we take special care of nervous riders.
This unique opportunity has fallen to Emily Vial from Donegal. At just 21 she has spent most of her life working with horses, she has just completed a degree in Equine Science and is determined to realise her dream of building a successful business based on her passion. Over the course of her time at Killarney Riding Stables Donie and his family will challenge her constantly to see if she has what it takes to make it in their line of business. Can Emily look after such a large number of horses, deal with customers of all skill levels and nationalities, manage ride-outs through the national park and take command of a group on a trail ride around the ring of Kerry?
Donie O’Sullivan the owner of Killarney Riding Stables in Co. Kerry. With just two horses, Donie O’Sullivan established Killarney Riding Stables, in Co Kerry in the 1960s. Today his stables are home to over 130 horses and his business caters to thousands of visitors from all over the world. Some come for a few hours to ride out in the stunning surrounds of the Killarney National Park and some come to spend up to seven days trail riding around Kerry.