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Larkhill Equestrian

Eventing and Schooling

Eventing at Larkhill Equestrian

Eventing at the Larkhill Equestrian site takes place around the wonderfully situated Larkhill Royal Artillery race course. The cross-country course is situated inside the point-to-point course, with show jumping and dressage situated within the immediate vicinity and outside the course.

Generally the ground at Larkhill is exceptional.

The cross-country track is a strong galloping course offering excellent going throughout the season and provides the minimum chance of cancellation due to bad weather. The ground is varied with some steep inclines that will test fitness of both horse and rider. The excellent going in a natural amphitheatre means that the course is challenging and exciting for competitors and easy to spectate from a number of vantage points. We believe it is one of the premier courses in the South West. Dressage and show jumping are available on large well maintained areas close by. 

The eventing facility is designed and built to meet BE standards by our outstanding course builder John Hoare. The site can be booked for events, cross country schooling and clinics and currently hosts events run by

British Eventing, Bourne Valley Riding Club, Tedworth Hunt, Royal Artillery Pony Club and the

Royal Artillery & Army Hunter Trial (ARAHT).

The Larkhill Equestrian Committee

Larkhill Equestrian is run by a committee of both military and civilians dedicated to providing a top class facility in Wiltshire.

Larkhill - home of the Royal Artillery

The Royal Regiment of Artillery was formed in 1716. Its Regimental Home was Woolwich until 2007 when it moved to Larkhill. Larkhill has been synonymous with artillery training since 1897 and is now very much at the heart of today's Royal Regiment of Artillery. The Royal Artillery is very proud of its equestrian heritage and facilities at Larkhill, being the only serving regiment with such an equestrian facility as Larkhill.'