Equestrian comprises a number of different events and levels based on the abilityof the athlete. Riders may compete at one level only in competition and the events offered are currently Equestrian, Dressage and Working Trails.
Special Olympics athletes who compete in the equestrian events learn to ride, develop sports skills and gain the self-confidence to direct and control a horse.Our Fact Sheet will give you an overview of Equestrian within Special Olympics Ireland.
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