Warminster Saddle Club
Warminster Saddle Club is a British Horse Society (BHS) approved Riding Centre situated in the foothills of Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.
The Club was founded by Robert Sullivan Taylor in the 1970s with a single pony called “Goose”. He and his wife, Sylvia, dedicated many long hours to the club delivering countless events and lessons. Robert was Chairman of Club for over 30.
The club is self-financing and is managed by a committee of military members and the civilian management team. The Club’s primary purpose is to promote the efficiency of the armed forces by the provision of equestrian courses, events and facilities to service personnel and their dependants. The secondary purpose is to promote relations with the wider community. The Club is very proud of the support of its civilian membership and the local equestrian community who frequently visit for tuition, or to attend competitions.
The Club teaches the charity Riding for the Disabled, has a Pony Club centre and continues to deliver group and private lessons for all ages and abilities.
Warminster Saddle Club has both indoor and outdoor schools, 3 grass arena, cross country course, dressage arena, showjumps and a lecture room. The centre also provides livery services to the military and to civilians.