Bachelors Lodge Equestrian Centre is set in attractive, peaceful surroundings bounded by the river Blackwater. It offers excellent facilities to the discerning rider. Bachelors Lodge was built in 1725 and five generations of the Lowry family, dating back to 1880, have been operating some form of equestrian industry down through the decades. A large, all weather arena is available for schooling, dressage and jumping tuition. Farm trekking is very popular during the summer months and residential pony camps are another feature of the programme. There are qualified BHS instructors available for tuition to all standards and ages and working students are also trained for their BHS Exams. Bachelors Lodge provides full stable and grass livery to those who wish to keep their horses at the equestrian centre.
Meath Equestrian & Horse Riding
Broadmeadow Equestrian Centre is a state of the art equestrian centre which features 3 large arenas. 1 large floodlit indoor ,1 floodlit outdoor, 1 outdoor, Snack, tea and coffee shop, rest rooms, guest seating, large tarmac parking area for trucks, autos, horse transport. We have fifty-five stables for show jumpers, mares & foals, school horses and ponies and liveries.
Moy Riding Centre is an A.I.R.E. (Association of Irish Riding Establishments) approved establishment with British Horse Society qualified staff. Located 15 minutes from Kilcock and the N4 and 20 mins from Dunboyne and the N3. At the Moy Riding Centre they cater for both children and adults and teach riders from the age of five years. Moy Riding Centre in Meath encourages social inclusion, tolerance of diversity and promote mixed lessons, where special needs children are included and integrated. Our young and innovative staff are full of enthusiasm and new ideas. We pride ourselves on our individual personal attention. Private and group sessions are catered for.