An ideal setting for training and competition

Swalcliffe Park Equestrian nestles within 900 acres of Grange Farm, a family run farm situated on the Oxfordshire/Warwickshire border 6 miles from M40 junction 11.
Established in 1997 as a cross country training facility, SPE now offers the ideal setting for training and competitions for riders and their horses of all ages and levels.

With over 120 cross country elements built by Olympic course builder Richard Taylor, director of SPE- there’s something for everyone!

Cross country course

Swalcliffe Park is mainly known for its top class cross country schooling facility and courses. Built by 4**** course builder Richard Taylor, Swalcliffe Park is decorated with numerous feature fences such as the infamous caterpillars, the Ariat ducks and new for 2013, the Blenheim fox; each creating a real educational experience for horses and riders of all ages!
With over 150 fences ranging from 50cm to 1.10m (Novice height), combinations including three water complexes, banks and ditches over undulating ground, Swalcliffe Park has something to offer everyone looking to go cross country schooling.

Livery Swalcliffe Park

SPE offers DIY, full and part livery. All livery packages include turn out paddocks all year round, use of the cross country facilities, 60m x 20m flood lit arena and lunge paddock.

Looking for somewhere to hold your club show or horse trials?