Sunday March 16th – Show Jumping 1pm Classes start with Lead rein up to 3ft3. Classes from 2ft qualifiers for Cricklands. Held in Outdoor Arena (Indoors if bad weather) with large warm up arena. Rosettes and Trophies to winners. Refreshments available ...
Vaulting Lessons every Tuesday 5 - 6.30pm
Come along and have a go - wear leggings and thick socks or soft gym shoes - No experience necessary Non riders welcome. Suitable for age 6yrs and up (Max weight limit 9st) Tel ...
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Talygarn Equestrian Centre owned and managed by Chris and Steve Rogers is a BHS approved and local athourity licensed riding school, Yale college approved outreach college centre for equine training, BHS approved riding and road safety training and exam centre and Pony Club 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
Extreme weather conditions creates new and exciting challenges, throw a wicked sense of humour in and what do you come up with. Bareback Chase me Charlie in an outdoor school with the fence positioned 2 strides away from the water (riders rarely land in the first stride or so) The students at Talygarn also like a challenge so armed with my camera, 6 riders […]
During our holiday to Thailand we visited a friend who has a small riding school 30mins from Pattaya in Thailand. We were there by 9am in the morning and by mid morning it was hotter there (in their winter) than any of our summers. There were a couple of lessons early in the morning then everything late afternoon onwards because its too hot in the day. The s […]
Last year I organised and we have ran 32 show jumping competitions, 4 team show jumping comps 9 Dressage comps 7 Hunter trials or Arena Hunter trials, 1 christmas gymkhana, 1 open day, approx 12 pony days, 4 Camps, 4 Vaulting Displays, 3 Vaulting Competitions, 1 Dog Show, 2 Area Pony club Comps, Area Quiz which Talygarn Pony Club Centre team won and qualifie […]
Its great to be able to have a break even if backpacking 6000 miles across india isn’t the most relaxing trip. India is the worlds most diverse country. We saw poverty in Calcutta, dramatic scenery in Darjeeling and the Himalayas, Splendour in the Taj Mahal, Culture and Colour in Rajastan, Peaceful leisurely cruising in Kerala and beaches in Goa. Being able […]
Half term has been a bit manic and also the run up to it. Taking 20 kids to the English Vaulting Champs on the Saturday was challenging in itself especially as we decided to change Squad B’s routine altogether and then there was all those spotty costumes I made for the Dalmation display. The Vaulters did well and won several classes and had many places. On t […]