Summer Horse Camps in Ireland
Ireland Summer Equestrian Camp: Featured in the Equitrekking Horse Camps Guide
Crossogue Summer Horse Camps in Ireland are for unaccompanied teenage riders from around the world, based on a generations-old Irish horse farm in pretty Tipperary.
Dublin, Cork or Shannon
Riding Style/ Ability
Beginner to Advanced
Rates/ Payment Methods
For international guests $1,195 USD* (€1,150) per week fully inclusive – with English tuition (including compulsory text book) and transfer from/to Dublin Airport on Saturdays.
For Irish Guests $1,126 USD* (€990) per week – fully inclusive.
* USD prices subject to changes in currency conversions.
Why an Equitrekking Top 20 Horse Camp?
Crossogue Equestrian has been welcoming young riders for a summer camp experience for over 20 years. Top horses, personalized attention and a variety of obstacles for cross country training throughout the farm allow all levels of rider to both enjoy and be challenged during their stay.
From the Horse’s Mouth
As well as improving horseback riding skills, Crossogue Summer Horse Camps in Ireland teach younger guests to make new friends, enjoy safe independence away from home and of course, have fun! Each year global guests aged 11-18 visit this farm for expert instruction.
In addition to horseback riding lessons and hacks, other activities play a big part of kids’ stay, including tennis, badminton, table tennis, croquet and billiards.
Trails and cross country rides wind through fields that are full of young thoroughbreds and breeding stock, developing on the best limestone land. Crossogue is centrally located in the heart of county Tipperary, a great place for horse lovers.
Many teen riders return year after year to Crossogue’s summer residential horse riding camps. Riders stay in the lovely Georgian period Family House, surrounded by the beautiful farm and woodland offering both freedom and space in a clean and healthy environment. Guests that arrive and depart on Saturdays at Dublin Airport as close to midday as possible will be picked up by Crossogue for transfer to the farm.
Younger guests at Crossogue that have come from outside of Ireland or non English speaking countries may take English language courses. Crossogue is an approved Language school and learning English is an integral part of the stay.