A Trip To The Connemara

Short tour of Ireland’s West with a visit to the Clifden Connemara pony show is one of the highlights of the trip visiting the Connemara show in Clifden, is not only a major event in the end of the year any Connemara-friend, but also a true folk-fest with much local color. In the Centre of the picturesque coastal town, the Connemara pony Museum of the world-renowned expert and author, Pat Lyne is a must-have for fans of the race. The horses and horse people of Green Island are legendary. In addition to tinker, Thoroughbred and Irish Hunter especially the Connemara contributed worldwide ponies to the fame of Irish breeding. Who wants to get in their home a picture of breeding, the breed and their characteristics and local breeders talk, should join a tour through western Ireland, which will take place from August 17 to 22.

It is organized by Katja van Leeuwen, who is known for many years as a specialist in horse riding holidays in Ireland. A visit to the Irish national stud is included, where there is a hippological Museum and some the best Thoroughbred stallions of the Green Island can be seen. The travel company visited the famous stud farm of the family Musgrave in Cleggan, and also for a bus ride to Kylemore Abbey, a monastery of the romantic, and the Connemara National Park (ponies, deer, Eagle, etc.) is opportunity. One of the highlights of the trip is the visit of Connemara show in Clifden, is not only a major event in the end of the year any Connemara-friend, but also a true folk-fest with much local color. In the Centre of the picturesque coastal town, the Connemara pony Museum of the world-renowned expert and author, Pat Lyne is a must-have for fans of the race. The group will be accompanied by Martin Haller, who is known as the author of many articles and several books on the subject of ponies and who himself has bred Connemara in Ireland.

He supervised many travel companies in his home much insider knowledge with enthusiasm.