An Introduction to our Dingle Horseriding Team
Meet the Team at Dingle Horseriding
Dingle Horseriding
An Introduction to the Dingle Horseriding Team
Susan Callery: owner at Dingle Horseriding

Susan Callery

Owner/Operator



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Rebecca Ude

Senior Riding Guide

Rebecca grew up with horses in Germany, she has completed various German equestrian federation exams in trail riding, dressage and jumping. Rebecca arrived at Dingle horse Riding in the summer of 2014 and enjoys trailing and riding on the Peninsula with our visitors and looking after our horses.

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Louise Manning

Senior Riding Guide

Louise started riding at the age of 7 and competed at a young age with her pony. She started at Dingle Horse Riding when she was 12 years of age looking after the horses, learning stable maintenance and riding. She attended Equine College for 2 years and qualified with a level 5 Fetac Horsemanship, and a Certificate in Riding and Road Safety and also obtained her BHS Level 1, 2 in Riding and Care and stage 3 in Care. Louise took time away from the stables and travelled to Australia and America for 3 years and while in Australia she spent some time on a trail riding farm. Louise is now back at Dingle Horse Riding as a Senior Riding Guide

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Patrick Ferriter

Riding Guide

Patrick was born and raised in Dingle.  He completed his Equestrian Studies at Colaiste Stiofain Naofa in Cork specialising in Stable and Yard routine, Equine Anatomy & Physiology, Equine Nutrition, Occupational First Aid and Communications.  Patrick also has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Greek and Roman Civilisation from University College Cork. He has a great love for the local history of the Dingle Peninsula which he is delighted to share with our riders.   He is skilled and patient with our riders and takes care to ensure they are confident, well informed and comfortable before heading out on our trails. 

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Catherine Lawless

Riding Guide

Catherine has been around horses since a young age. She has grown up on the Dingle Peninsula and has been riding the local bóthairíns most of her life. Catherine has a BHS stage 1 Ride and Care qualification and a level 5 fetac certificate in Horsemanship. She is a native Irish speaker and is educated in the local history of the area.