There is a fun filled packed Easter holiday programme with something for everyone at Talygarn - Come and have a go at Show jumping or Vaulting or spend a day looking after and riding ponies on a Pony Day All ...
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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
As many of you know several months ago we had a vending machine installed in the portacabin. It has proved to be very popular, many people appreciate being able to get a hot drink or chocolate bar (or both and a packet of crisps) so we decided to have another one installed in the indoor school. The difficulty with the vending machines is that they don’t give
Last Sunday March 23rd we took Michigan and Splash to the beach to Vault. Looking at the tide times mean’t we would have to go in the afternoon for low tide. We arrived at Ogmore beach just after 1pm to find that the tide hadn’t gone out much and the wind was blowing a gale. There was just about enough room for a 20m circle between the waves and the rocks an
The university of South Wales hosted its BUCS Equestrian Competition at Talygarn on Wednesday 5th March, The competition is held in riding schools throughout the country Generally four university teams compete at each event. Every participating Uni will host the event. The riders will not have ridden the horses before other than the host team. 4 horses will
What a manic week half term has been – A comprehensive school to teach on Monday and Tuesday, Team jumping Wednesday, Riding school jumping Thursday, Pony day and Vaulting tester sessions on Friday, Pony club Quiz on Saturday, and maximum entries (50) in the dressage on Sunday. Plus the usual 2 vaulting sessions and riding lessons all week. 28 teams took par
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