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1. Laurel View Equestrian Centre, Templepatrick, Ballyclare


Laurel View Equestrian Centre is a family run British Horse Society approved and highly commended riding school, livery yard, competition, training and exam centre. It has two large indoor arenas, plus outdoor arenas and cross country facilities.
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2. Team Build Ireland, Glenavy, Crumlin


Teambuild Ireland is a dynamic company specialising in Leadership, Team Development and Outdoor Pursuits.

Our mission is to help our clients to have fun while they build their leadership and team working skills.
Explore Ireland Tours

3. Explore Ireland Tours, Belfast


Explore Ireland Tours are the Irish specialist in Activity Holidays and Adventure Tours for all budgets.
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4. Sheans Horse Farm, Armoy, Ballymoney


Whether you’re a total beginner or a confident rider, experience the freedom, fun and buzz of horse riding at Sheans Horse Riding and Heritage Centre. Located close to the village of Armoy, adjacent to the Glens of Antrim on the Antrim Coast.
Lessans Riding Stables

5. Lessans Riding Stables, Saintfield, Ballynahinch


Lessans Riding Stables is a British Horse Society approved riding school. Lessans offers tuition, trekking and hacking on quiet country roads. Facilities include indoor school and outdoor ménage. Open all year.
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6. Phils Farm, Tassagh, Armagh


Phil’s Farm is the biggest and most diverse animal farm in Northern Ireland. We are pleased to announce that, due to overwhelming demand, we are now open for group visits. We are open seven days a week from 09:00 to 18:00.
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary

7. Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary, Antrim


Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary, CLAS, situated 2 miles outside Antrim town, is the only horse welfare charity based in N.Ireland. A unique range of horse riding lessons and experiences, including equine massage is on offer.
Down Royal Racecourse

8. Down Royal Racecourse, Lisburn


The Down Royal Corporation of Horsebreeders was created in 1685 by Royal Charter from King James II, the objective being the encouragement of horse breeding in the County of Down.
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9. Downpatrick Racecourse, Downpatrick


The first race meeting to be held at Downpatrick was over 300 years ago - 1685. Racing has continued to take place with few breaks since, and on the present course for the last 200 years which is situated one mile away from the centre of this ...
Western Style Horse Riding

10. Western Style Horse Riding, Hilltown, Newry


Western Style Horse Riding is situated at the foothills of the Mountains Of Mourne with beautiful scenery and surrounding countryside and an award winning beach only six miles from the stables.
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