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
2016 has been an amazing year at Talygarn Equestrian Centre – Many young people have represented the centre in teams and as individuals, taking part in Show Jumping, Dressage, Vaulting & Pony Club with many wins and places. Some on home ground and some away – Our Pony Club Quiz Team reached the nationals finals […]
Written by Pony Club Member Olivia Murray Saturday 29th October Talygarn celebrated a Halloween party. It started at 6:30 with parents and members of the pony club decorating the school beforehand at 4:30. There was an excellent turnout with many fun activities to keep people entertained, including Sumo suits, a bouncy castle, rodeo bull, gladiator […]
Written by Pony Club Member Macey Bridge In October half term Talygarn held its very own client showjumping. In preparation for the showjumping, the C and C+ pony club had a competition in which they designed showjumping courses towards their showjumping badges, there were lots of fantastic courses designs; in the end the winners were […]
Written by Pony Club Member Emma Ruggles On Wednesday 26th of October, I had a fantastic first day of the Team Show Jumping series at Talygarn Equestrian Centre. There was great support from other Pony Clubs and Hunt groups, the standard was high and everyone was in it to win it – even the mums! […]
Written by Pony Club Member Leah Ruggles On Tuesday 25th October Talygarn Pony Club Centre visited the South Wales Mounted Police Section based in Bridgend. Where eight horses are stabled. Our guide Rick was very informative. He started our tour of the yard at the Horses’ turnout paddocks. Here Rick spoke about four horses; Charlie, […]