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

10th October, 2021
New tourism trail aims to unlock equestrian and racing heritage
National Stud in Kildare: would form part of Fáilte Ireland’s equine-themed tourist trail

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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