New tourism trail aims to unlock equestrian and racing heritage
Fáilte Ireland is seeking expressions of interest from businesses to create an equine-themed tourism trail, focused on Kildare and Tipperary
Out in front is Wild Atlantic Way, followed closely by Ireland’s Ancient East with Hidden Heartlands making ground, but coming up on the inside is a new tourism trail aimed at attracting international visitors to discover Ireland’s equestrian and thoroughbred heritage.
Fáilte Ireland is seeking expressions of interest from businesses to develop a concept for the new equine-theme attraction, which will be focused on Kildare and Tipperary and will form part...
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