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Swalcliffe Park Equestrian is a family run equestrian centre 6 miles from Banbury. We host various competitions from Pony Club & Riding Club to affiliated British Eventing Horse Trials. Keep an eye on our facebook page or follow us on twitter for up & coming events, competitions & training.

With over 120 cross country elements set around this beautiful family run farm on the edge of the Cotswolds with newly constructed water feature which attracted over 4000 cross country riders last season.

Swalcliffe Park Equestrian

We are located on the Warwickshire/Oxfordshire border in the heart of Warwickshire hunting country. Swalcliffe Park is easily accessible from the M40 motorway, A361 and Fosse way. Swalcliffe Park Equestrian is very popular with Pony Clubs for rallies, camps and competitions and is very pleased to announce it will be hosting the British Riding Clubs National Horse Trials Championships in 2013.
Richard Taylor heads the team at Swalcliffe Park alongside Sarah who looks after all the admin and DIY yard, Barbara who coordinates cross country bookings and venue hire and Simon who assists Richard with course building, general maintenance across the business and ground keeping. Click here to get to know the team a little more.
Alongside the equestrian facilities, the Taylor family run a B&B from the farmhouse allowing those travelling a little further to rest overnight in the peaceful surroundings before heading home. This is ideal for those wanting to attend some of the many clinics and workshops that are run here; including BE course builder training, British Riding Clubs stewards training and British Eventing rider clinics.
Swalcliffe Park Equestrian aims to deliver a high class service offering facilities to cater for all equestrian disciplines.
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