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Horse and Pony
1987
Floridians recount trail riding trip to Ireland
When my friend, Sue Kahne said she and her husband, Wally, were going on a riding vacation through Ireland, my husband Joe Faso and I asked if we could tag along.
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New York Newsday
1987
A Ride on the Wild Side: Horse -Trekking in Ireland
IRELAND'S wildness, mysteries and brilliant shades of green make this land stand alone among earth's natural wonders' as Ireland itself stands alone on the edge of Europe.
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Sunday Times
1988
Galloping across hill and dale in lovely Ireland
With a group of six other tourist and one guide I rode around Killarney’s Lower Lake. Afterward down the Iveragh Peninsula through the Ring of Kerry, traipsing through terrain only the hardiest hikers could tackle, seeing scenery denied to buses and cars.
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Rob Report The "Real" Ireland
My next riding adventure took place in Ireland’s wild west, the rugged seacoast dubbed “the most Irish part of Ireland”. Donie O’Sullivan, the garrulous owner of Killarney Riding Stables, offers a variety of inn-to-inn rides that last up to six days.
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The New Times Ireland - a view from Horseback
The pelting rain had worked its way under my waxed jacket and I was soaked to the skin, so I really didn't fancy plunging through the icy surf of the Atlantic Ocean on a giant gelding named Apache.
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Practical Horseman The Beach Gallop
Hurricane Iris's impact on the Irish coast -- waves crashing against shoreline rocks, wind whipping sheets of rain across the cliffs -- failed to dampen our spirits or those of Donie Sullivan, owner of Killarney Riding Stables.
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Suzy Graham
1998
Ireland on Horseback
At first glance, most of these horses were from what I would call beautiful. Many were large Irish draft cross-breads, shaggy fetlocks and all. While I was not impressed by their looks, my initial misgivings quickly changed to great admiration for the animals.
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Reisen und Reiten Wind, Wasser und grüne Wiesen... von Jutta Mayer
Wind, Wasser und grüne Wiesen – mit diesen drei Schlagwörtern läßt sich wohl unser Reiturlaub im Südwesten Irlands am besten beschreiben.
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Jugend Magazin Urlaub im Sattel - Irische Impressionen
Ein Sieben-Tage-Ritt durch Südirland: Das schien meiner Frau und mir der richtige Prospekt, der uns Ende September die sprach. Vierzig Kilometer pro Tag, Unterkunft in kleinen Hotels und jede Nacht an einem anderen Ort, gute, gesunde Pferde und ein erfahrener Führer.
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