Brilliant aerial pictures show how impressive the new Clondalkin Equine Club is

A new equine club opened in Clondalkin earlier this year, and the latest pictures shared online by a local photographer show just how impressive the facility is.

Ben Ryan captured the shots while the sun shone down on the club, which was built at a cost of €550,000.

Plans for the project had been four years in the making – starting out when a group of local horse owners got sick of seeing equine abuse in the wider community.

Work on the Ballyowen Park facility was funded with €500k by the Department of Agriculture and €50k by South Dublin County Council.

Speaking when it opened, local People Before Profit TD Gino Kenny said: “This is truly a great day not only for the Clondalkin Equine Club but for the community.

“Individual members of the club went above and well beyond in making this a reality. It will give young horse owners a place of their own to stable and mind their horses in a safe environment. It’s a good equine story for a change.

“It also promotes good equine educational practice. The multi-agency involvement in this project has been key. The input by SDCC in terms of resources and commitment has been significant over the past number of years.”

You can check more of Ben Ryan’s stunning work HERE.

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