• Childrens Camps


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    Camps run from 10.30am to 4.30pm. The programme for each day will consist of 2 hours riding (either lessons or riding out) together with a progressive set of pony care lectures and practicals where the children will learn about looking after a pony. The aim is to provide a safe and fun environment in which the kids can broaden their experience and knowledge of ponies.

    Children will need to come suitably prepared for the weather, layered clothing is best, plus a waterproof jacket. Hats and boots can be supplied at the riding centre. A packed lunch for the middle of the day should also be included.


    Upcoming 2022 dates:

    Easter Camps  

    12th - 14th April - fully booked

    20th - 22nd April - fully booked

    Summer Camps

    6th - 8th July - Click here to book.

    13th - 15th July - Click here to book.

    20th - 22nd July - Click here to book.

     27th - 29th July - Click here to book.

    1st - 3rd August - Click here to book.

    10th - 12th August - Click here to book.

    24th - 26th August - Click here to book.

    Halloween Camp

    2nd - 4th November - Click here to book.

    Christmas 2022 camps:

    28th - 30th December - Click here to book.

    Bookings to be made via Hopoti.com

    Please contact the office at (01) 2863778 if you have any queries.

    Cost: €220 per child

  • Summer Programme

    While our summer programme is yet to be finalised you can register with our online booking system Hopoti.com to see the latest on what's available.

    There will be camps on almost every week during the summer. These are live on Hopotiand can be booked online now.

    There will also be plenty of treks for people to join and we will also have opportunities for private and smaller group treks.



  • Summer Pass

     During the summer we generally run weekly lessons which can be purchased as a package.

    We are yet to finalise the details for this but once we have the details will be loaded on Hopoti.com 

  • Riding for the Disabled Association of Ireland

    The Brennanstown group of RDAI meets weekly during term time to provide therapeutic riding for children attending Enable Ireland Wicklow Services. Ponies and use of the facilities are provided by Brennanstown Riding School. Instructors and helpers are all volunteers.

    For further information re RDAI please visit www.rdai.org or contact Hon. Sec. Dilys Lindsay email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.