2015 sees us celebrate 18 years of livery and trail riding at Cullinagh Stables.
We are located in the County Waterford countryside in Southern Ireland. The stables comprises livery facilities, a cross country course, riverside and woodland treks and an outdoor sand arena.
Our livery stables have been in up and running for eighteen years and our working farm for many generations. The carefully preserved remains of the former paper mill and woolen mill are located on the farm which formed part of the St Leger Estate until 1850.
We have tended the trees and plants along the paths and they been worked diligently by staff and enjoyed by our customers who benefit from the safety and security of riding undisturbed along the paths, especially important for our young riders who are removed from the dangers associated with public roadways and of course for the horses and farm animals who can live safely and securely on the farm.
The wildlife and fauna have been thriving. The wild garlic will soon re-appear alongside the bluebells and daffodils. We've been eagerly taking photos of the changing seasons.
Thank you to all our customers for your support.