Two Hour Equestrian Experience including Riding Lesson for €20 at Thornton Park Equestrian Centre (Value €58)
- 1 hour horse riding, 1 hour horse care lecture
- British Horse Society Approved Equestrian Centre of Excellence
- Range of horses and ponies to suit all abilities
- Located within 25 minutes driving from Dublin City Centre
1 voucher per person, may buy multiple as gifts. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Sun. Please wear suitable clothing such as jeans, leggings, boots with a small heel, no runners or trainers. Riding hats provided if required. Suitable for adults and children 8 years old or over. Call 01 835 1164 for details.
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As the great Winston
Churchill once said "No hour of life is wasted when spent in a
saddle." Giddy-up and take advantage of today's CityDeal: for €20 instead of €58 get a two hour equestrian experience including a riding lesson at Thornton Park Equestrian Centre.
This offer will include a one hour riding lesson and a hands-on one hour practical horse care lecture. Thornton Park Equestrian Centre is situated in idyllic northern Dublin, surrounded by rows of glorious countryside. They specialise in providing top class instruction and tutoring for a range of experience levels, from beginners to the experienced, regularly hosting shows, clinics and workshops for their clients. They also provide advanced training for Dressage, Show-Jumping and BHS Examination Preparation. Thornton Park is accredited to the British Horse Society, and is a British Horse Society Approved Training and Examination Centre.
CityDeal riders will get two hours of horsing around with this fun filled equestrian experience, starting off with a group briefing and skills assessment to understand your specific level. Riders will then get a lesson on one of the large selection of horses and ponies, taking place either outdoors or at their special indoor facility, meaning weather won’t pose a problem. Also included will be a hands-on horse care lecture, getting up close with the steeds and learning about their needs and requirements.