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22m x 42m Indoor Arena with FEI approved surface.

22 x 42 Indoor Arena with FEI approved surface! Available to hire from £20 per horse per hour!

The most fabulous asset to Cheadle Equestrian Centre is the fabulous indoor arena with the brand new FEI approved surface laid just months ago. slightly bigger than the average size arena this bright and airy arena has 2 entrances one for private use for liveries and those that are stabled on the yard and also the public entrance. The arena has a viewing gallery with plush fabric cinema type seats for extra comfort and recently adding the beautiful designed cafe with a viewing gallery within the comfort of the cafe. The arena also has a judging box located high up above the arena. 

The indoor arena is available to hire for as little as £20 per hour per horse with discount for block bookings and multiple horses. We welcome instructors, Clinics and Demos to be held at our venue. 

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Our indoor arena without jumps is available to hire for £20.00 per horse per hour, Additional horses are charged at £5. This price is without the use of lights. If lights are needed they are charged at a additional £5.00 per hour. For jumps the indoor is available for £25.00 but limited jumps will be available and this must be pre booked.
Yes we have a hard standing carpark and porta toilets
In some circumstances and if prior arranged with the proprietor yes this is possible but all horses will need to show up to date vaccinations before being accepted within the stables.
The indoor arena is supplied by equestrian Surfaces as being one of their more superior surfaces. It is FEI appoved and is a wax fibre mix called sound track. It has been used by the Queen as well as many FEI competitions such as the Global Champions Tours.
Yes but there may be a additional charge for your instructor to give lessons from our facility. The instructor would also be required to show their own insurance. Instructors can hire the arenas to conduct their own lessons and clinics prices and availability would need to be discussed beforehand