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Our Story

Established in 1951, Bukit Timah Saddle Club (BTSC) was formed by passionate members who wanted to give former racehorses a second career in other sports such as dressage, eventing, and show jumping.

Over the years, BTSC has nurtured generations of riders and athletes, representing Singapore and medaling at major games such as the Olympics, Asean Games, SEA Games and Championships around the world. With more than 7 qualified instructors, being the largest training centre, BTSC offers recreational riding experiences and competitive training meeting the demands of the riding community in Singapore and the region. 

The Club’s best-in-class livery, yard, and riding facilities, with the capacity to hold more than a hundred horses, provide horse owners and riders with the confidence to train in a welcoming, safe and professional space. BTSC is also internationally recognised by the British Horse Society (BHS) as an approved yard, riding and assessment centre. 

Bukit Timah Saddle Club continues to engage the wider community to participate in equestrian pursuits, while enabling the next generation of riders and legacy of athletes. 

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Mission

To be recognized as the leading equestrian facility and resource in Singapore, with regional recognition and distinction while encouraging participation in riding throughout the community. 

Vision

  1. To offer recreational and competitive equestrian programs and events for our members

  2. To foster a passion for horses and equestrian pursuits in an environment that is safe and family-friendly

  3. To maintain global best practices in our daily operations, policies and procedures (as recognised by the British Horse Society)

  4. To actively collaborate with other local stakeholders to ensure the stability of common ground, and drive growth and development of our programs and facilities

  5. To offer opportunities for the wider community to participate in equestrian pursuits, and foster relationships with both private and public organisations for the benefit of the club and sport

  6. To be an employer of choice

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