EQUINE FLU UPDATE
Would all riders and competitors please present their horses passport at the office prior to unloading their horse, whether hiring arenas or competing. Horses whose vaccinations are not within the last 12 months will be refused entry to the site.
The UK’s Longest-Established Riding Club
Welcome to Solihull Riding Club. Since we opened our doors in 1943, we have grown to become the UK’s largest riding club, catering to all disciplines and all levels from grass-roots to professional. With over 75 years of success behind us, and a strong, experienced team who are passionate about all things equestrian, we are well-established as not only one of the best riding clubs in the country, but also as a leading event venue.
Evolving from a small members club to a premier competition centre, we have developed our facilities (and our expertise) over many years. Set over 220 acres, our site features one of the largest indoor riding arenas in the country, and permanent stabling to accommodate your horses in comfort. We play host to a wide variety of competitions and events, and also hire our facilities to other organisations planning their own events.
A Competition Centre with Fantastic Facilities
You can always expect a warm welcome when you visit Solihull Riding Club, and our site is well-equipped to handle events and competitions of all sizes. Affiliated with British Riding Clubs (BRC Area 5), British Dressage, British Eventing and British Showjumping, our competition centre is the premier destination for amateur and professional riders alike. Situated in the heart of England, close to the motorway network, we are conveniently located for visitors from across the country.
If you are planning an equestrian event, Solihull Riding Club could be the venue you have been looking for. To take the first step towards hiring our fantastic facilities, contact us today on 01564 770 180 to check availability, or complete our quick contact form.
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