Built right next to the Singapore Racecourse at Kranji, the STCRC provides a range of programmes to introduce the fun of horse riding to everyone in Singapore, beginning with youths and school children with the ultimate goal of grooming successive generations of riders who can represent Singapore in regional and international competitions. The Centre is a mix of both modern architecture and abundant flora. It has the most state-of-the art facilities and yet is kept green and lush to provide plenty of turn out and paddock facilities to its four-legged friends.
Host venue for Equestrian sports at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in 2010, and Southeast Asian Games in 2015. Today, STCRC is an active riding centre which provides a high level of engagement experience with safety priority to all clients. The Centre also hosts regular inter-club competitions including FEI events in Singapore's sole covered riding arena.
The Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre (STCRC) is an exciting community project by the Singapore Tote Board and Singapore Turf Club. The aim is to develop the horse riding community in Singapore and to introduce and educate the public about horses and horse care. The Centre is very dedicated in sharing the joys of horses and horse-riding to everyone and in providing opportunities to those who do not have a chance to own their own horses to compete with.
The Singapore Turf Club is proud to introduce its Riding Centre – the country’s premier equestrian facility. Set on 3 hectares of lush greenery, the Riding Centre features the most advanced riding facilities in Singapore. Featuring two world-class riding arenas – a 50m x 100m open arena and a 50m x 80m sheltered arena – which can accommodate all events and weather conditions, comfortable classrooms where lessons on core subjects such as stable management and the care of horses will be taught. It also has a modern administration building, 40 well-trained riding ponies and horses, a viewing gallery that can seat up to 250 persons and a café.
1 Equestrian Walk (off, Woodlands Ave 3, 737863)
Singapore Changi Airport
Kranji MRT Station and Marsiling Mrt Station.