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Coastal Canters

38 Coolkeeran Road, Armoy, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 8XL

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Being on horseback is timeless and a great way to explore. It connects you to the land and to the many people over the centuries who have ridden there before you. You notice more of your  surroundings, the smell of gorse, the sound of birds or waves, and the touch of a breeze.

Your companions for the day are a local guide from Shean's Horse Farm and an Irish Cob, carefully chosen to match your riding skills and ambitions. You can choose your adventure. You might ride gently into the Antrim Hills, the green heart of this beautiful corner of Northern Ireland, or take off for the beach and a wind-in-your-hair canter across magnificent wide sands. You’ll be surprised at what you are capable of with the right encouragement and guidance.

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