About Sunnybank
Sunnybank Equestrian Centre is a BHS Approved; Equestrian Centre, Riding School, Livery Yard & Facility Centre.
With the livery yard being opened in the early 90s, and the competition centre in 2006, followed by the riding school in 2013.

Based in South Wales, our international sized indoor arena plays host to the majority of our events, such as; Showjumping, Dressage, Showing, Indoor Eventing & more!
We have a beautiful selection of outdoor fields in which we hold our annual Summer Show on and is also home to our lovely cross country course

The 30 x 60m arena also hosts lessons for all abilities in our riding school, providing clients with a dry and excellent facility to learn in, and we have a seating gallery which seats over 300 people!
At Sunnybank. we cater for both novices and affiliated riders.

We also have a covered warm up arena which means no more getting wet when you work your horse in or whilst you wait to compete.
Both arenas are used for lessons, so no getting wet!

We provide catering facilites at all of our events, and have a large hardcore lorry park adjacent to the indoor arena.

At Sunnybank, we hold events of many discliplines, such as;
- Showjumping (Both Unaffiliated & British Showjumping)
- Dressage (Both Unaffiliated & British Dressage)
- Showing (Both Unaffiliated & Many Other Affiliations)
- Eventing
- Cross Country
- Arena Cross Country
- Working Hunters

We also make all our own rosettes and sashes! We are a real family powered business!

The facility is also available for hire by the day or hour, Ideal for club events and flat clinics or lessons, just give us a call!

Sunnybank also runs qualifying rounds for UK Riders (show jumping and dressage) Trail Blazers and our own Welsh Championships for show jumping and dressage and our grand final.
We also hold Cricklands Qualifiers, Pony Club Qualifiers & more at our showing shows!

Our Livery & Riding School Details are Under The Livery Section.

As well as our full calendar of events for 2020.
Ring us for further information on 07767374079 or email [email protected]

Livery at Sunnybank

We are a BHS Approved livery yard and we have some spaces for 2020!
Our facilities are ideal for competition horses or ponies, with the following;
Indoor Arena
Covered Menage
Horse Walker
Solarium & Wash Room
Lunge Pen (Under Construction)
Beautiful Mountains & Countryside Hacking
Fabulous Turnout

Also, a veterinary clinic is always available on the first Thursday of every month by B&W Equine Vets. Please ring by the Tuesday before to book in your horse.

Give us a ring for information or visit our livery section for further information about the competitive packages on offer.

Your support is vital to the success of the centre.

We are also;

– A Haddon approved Apprentice training Yard

– An outreach College Centre for Coleg Gwent

– A BHS Approved Riding and Road Safety Training and Exam Centre

- A British Showjumping & British Dressage Competition Venue

National Diploma in Horse care level 1
National Diploma in Horse care level 2
BHS Training

The Equine Industry used to train students as working pupils who financed themselves, then came the equine courses at Agricultural Colleges. However, many people would still like to train on a professional or local yard. Coleg Gwent operates a successful scheme, where centres become a classroom of the college. In other words the college delivers training on the yards just as they would on college premises, so the college is going out to the yards as opposed to the students coming into the college. Students can enrol on full or part time college courses and receive their training at Sunnybank . Students can go to Coleg Gwents Usk Equine Campus to use the facilities at any convenient time and are entitled to exactly the same support and services as a student on the main campus.

We are welcoming ideas from all our competitors as to who they would like to do a demonstration so please let us have your ideas.

Proprietor judge and regular competitor Terinna Pesci-Griffiths who has been in the industry for 50 years, her husband David, who is a qualified farrier and has been in the inudstry for over 50 years & their son Tyler, who is an apprentice farrier and co-runs the centre,s ee the facility as a real benefit to Equestrianism and to tourism in the area;

'We are thrilled to be able to put Caerphilly on the equestrian map for novice and professional competitors alike, and offer them this purpose built venue.'