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Brennanstown Riding School
Kilmacanogue, Co. Wicklow
Brennanstown Riding School is located 3km south of Bray, off exit 7 of the N11 (main Dublin/Wexford road). The family business has been running for over three decades and caters for all types of riding customers.

Established more than thirty years ago, Brennanstown Riding School is one of Ireland's foremost Riding Schools. Brennanstown is a family business which has Irish Event Rider Louise Bloomer and her brother Gerald Bloomer, Gold Medalist in Dressage at the World University Equestrian Championships in Tokyo 2004, on their teaching staff. It is part of the Association of Irish Riding Establishments and British Horse Society Riding and Training Centre.

The Riding School is ideally situated in the Hollybrook demesne and adjoining the imposing Killruddery Estate. Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland, lies on its doorstep. With over one thousand acres of Wicklow countryside to explore, visitors have their choice of cross country rides and treks never needing to take the same trail twice. Brennanstown offers tuition to Riders of all levels and experience and cater for both adult riders and children from the age of six. Lessons take place in both indoor and outdoor riding arenas with instructors trained to British Horse Society standard. Qualified staff is friendly, professional and patient. Lessons are available either privately or as part of a group. This is also a popular venue for corporate events, children’s birthday parties, school trips and foreign student groups.

Family friendly
Free car parking
Rainy days
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Southern Cross Rd, Hollybrook, Kilmacanoge, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
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