Sunday Jan 18th & Wed Jan 21st – Show Jumping 1pm Classes start with Lead rein up to 3ft3. Classes from 2ft qualifiers for Cricklands. Rosettes and Trophies to winners. Refreshments available. See Schedule Sunday and Schedule Wednesday
Sunday February 1st Winter dressage series. To held indoors with large outdoor warm up. Walk/Trot Class1 split 12 and under and over 12yrs. Class 2 Prelim split 16 and under and over 16yrs. Class 3 Prelim and Class 4 Novice. ...
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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
Having arrived home saturday 13th from our holiday in Burma we seem to have come into christmas full on. We have had a christmas show jumping competition, a christmas jumper vaulting session and our annual christmas gymkhana. There wasn’t a huge turnout for the christmas show jumping, weather was miserable and wet which doesn’t help […]
We started vaulting at Talygarn with a small display in 2011, towards the end of 2012 we did our first competition, since then we have done a few competitions and several displays. So we felt it was time we ran our own competition especially as the British Equestrian Vaulting Champs is due to be held […]
The winter season has come around so quick the only consolation is that at this rate is won’t be long until summer. The dressage series starts in October with approx one a month until March/April. It is open to all and is an unaffiliated competition. There is a walk trot class, two prelims ad a […]
The last couple of years we have taken part in the British Vaulting Champs, this year they were to be held in Scotland. We did consider taking a team but decided it would be too far to travel our horses. Carys Morgan borrowed a scottish horse to compete on in the Senior Individual class and arranged […]
Buying horses that will be suitable for the riding school is always a challenge when all the facilities are available to try them out, ideally I would like to see school work in a school, roadwork in heavy traffic, how much control there is on grass and whether it jumps, ideally I could also want […]