Mini Hunter Trials Sunday August 28th 1pm start. Small course suitable for the nervous or novice riders and horses - no water or ditches starts with Lead rein class max height 1ft6 and max height in open is 2ft6 see ...
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Talygarn Equestrian Centre owned and managed by Chris and Steve Rogers is a BHS approved and local authority licensed riding school,British Equestrian Vaulting Centre, Approved Outreach Centre for Equine Training, Riding and Road Safety training and exam centre, Pony Club Centre and Unaffiliated Competition Centre.
Talygarn Equestrian Centre is situated just outside Cardiff near Pontyclun, Mid Glamorgan South Wales only 5 minutes off Junction 34 of the M4. Find Us
It’s safe to say we are all shattered after a busy few weeks of preparations for yesterday’s Open Day but we could not be more thrilled with what a success it turned out to be! Despite the weather we had over 300 people here and we would like to thank each and every one of […]
Well we have just a lovely 3 days at Bridgend County Show with Talygarn Vaulters. The weather wasn’t the best this weekend and a lot of the displays appeared not to have turned up but we were there and not the best conditions for Equestrian Vaulting I can tell you. Friday morning we decided to […]
I always said I wouldn’t go to an International Competition (CVI) – too much time and expense to travel abroad to compete. Talygarn Vaulter Carys Morgan has competed in Belguim a couple of times but to do so she has had to pay for the ride on a horse already going, so when it was […]
Monday 2nd May saw Talygarn Equestrian Centre host a novelty fun show. The show began at 10am with novelty showing classes such as ‘best turned out’, ‘prettiest pony’, ‘best tail’ etc. Children of all ages, some of which had never been to a show before, came together to compete. The classes were hotly contested and […]
After the longest wettest winter I’ve ever seen the day was actually dry for the team show jumping – with only 20 teams competing it was a quieter one than usual although it was a blessing that we didn’t have to use the field to park as that is still trying to digest the rainfall. […]