Deanes Farm Equestrian Centre Donegal

Deanes Farm Equestrian Centre Donegal is located just outside the village of Bruckless in South-West Co. Donegal, It is situated 1/2 km from the main road between Donegal Town and Killybegs. The centre is registered and recommended by the Association of Irish Riding Establishments (AIRE).

The centre was established over 15 years ago and is built on the farm that has been home to the Deane family since 1790. There is a large purpose built indoor arena for those inclement days. The centre provides lessons for all abilities using qualified instructors and offers trekking and cross-country when the weather permits it. Deane’s Equestrian also holds regular showjumping and dressage competitions.

Deane’s Farm Equestrian Centre Donegal – Facilities

Deane’s Equestrian Centre provides the following :

  • Lessons – all abilities
  • Indoor Arena (25m x 45m)
  • Outdoor arenas ( 20m x 30m ) ( 30m x 40m )
  • Showjumping Grounds
  • Trekking
  • Cross Country Course
  • Pony Rides
  • Livery/Schooling Service

Advance booking advisable. The equestrian centre is open all year, six days a week ( closed on Mondays )

Tack and Gift Shop

The centre also has a Tack and Gift Shop which stocks all you need to kit yourself and your horse out. The shop stocks Horseware, Shire, Mackey, Toggi, Champion to name but a few.

So whether you’re an experienced rider or this is your first time in the saddle, Deane’s Equestrian Centre has all the facilities to ensure that your holiday is an enjoyable, memorable and safe one.

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