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PUT THE 17th to 19th OF JULY 2015 ON YOUR CALENDAR

COWBOYS AND HEROES – COUNTRY WESTERN FESTIVAL AT DRUMCOURA

see  www.cowboysandheroes.ie  to see what happened in 2014 at the brilliant Cowboys and Heroes Festival at Drumcoura.  You don’t want to miss this event.   The 2014 acts included music by Chase Allen from Nashville, Mike Denver, Jimmy Buckley, Ray Lynam, Lee Matthews, Ritchie Remo, Brian Coll, Cujo Family, Evan O’Donnell, Felix Sonnyboy, Friends in Low Places (Garth Brooks Tribute Band) and several other bands plus there was  American Cars and Trucks, line dancing, Western Riding Show, Archery, mechanical bull, children’s carnival rides and face painting.  the 2015 festival acts and events will be announced in the next month.

COME  TO  DRUMCOURA  CITY Tel: 07196 45781

Enjoy life as it should be with beautiful surroundings of an upspoilt countryside and idyllic lakes. While Drumcoura is stress free, it also offers activities to suit all family members.

Drumcoura City has an Equestrian Centre specialising in Western Horse Riding.  It has the largest covered arena in the County, two outdoor arenas, horse riding trails, an archery range, an outdoor tennis court and a jetty for fishing on Drumcoura Lake.

Drumcoura also has a fully licensed bar and family restaurant just as you would see out West in America.  The DC Saloon has swinging doors and loads of pictures of Cowboys and Indians.  There are timber frame houses for rent, many of which overlook Drumcoura Lake and Lough Awaddy.

If you have ever dreamed about riding an American Quarter Horse like the ones in the Western films, this is the place for you.  It is like the Dude Ranches in the States. Our horses are well trained and even beginners will learn the ropes with a few lessons.

Our head Western Riding Instructor, Ron Weisz, holds a level 2 certification from the Western Equestrian Society in conjunction with Horse Sport Ireland and he is Chairman of  The Irish Quarter Horse Association.  Drumcoura is approved by the Association of Irish Riding Establishments and Failte Ireland tourism.