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Mar 12

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Dalmatian8 says:

Hacking in Northern Ireland?

 So, during the summer, myself and a friend are going to be riding a ladys horses for her.

This lady lives in Aghalee area (I think) and I was wondering if anyone knows good places to hack, cause we dont want to ride on the roads much.

Does anyone know of any bridleways close to Aghalee or even if you're allowed to ride horses around Craigavon lakes or Oxford Island? as we both live very close to there and the lady has a lorry and is willing to take us places.

Thanks :)

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Oct 07

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msg_minx says:

Re: Hacking in Northern Ireland?

I live in Aghalee and stable ballinderry and bridle paths are non existant so we are confined to roads which can be hairy or box somewhere.

You can ride round craigavon lakes, there is also the tow path along the resevoir in aghalee but its narrow with walkers and cyclists.

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