Riding School
We accept riders from 7 years old and above
COVID-19 Guidelines
Advice for equestrians during the pandemic
Course Dates
Updates on the courses for the year 2022

Set Your Riding Goal

Make an addition to your daily fitness routine with horse riding

Fulfilling Your Dream

Fulfilling Your Dream

Get to know our location, barn rules and safety procedures

Early Booking Required

Early Booking Required

Contact the number on our website to check for available dates

Trained Horses

Trained Horses

We currently have 15 trained horses that can be used for lessons.

Welcome to the Malaysian Equine Council

Everything is Possible With Us

Also known locally as Majlis Ekuin Malaysia (MEM), we were officially incorporated in January 1993 as an awning organization to promote and coordinate all forms of equine activity in Malaysia that are common to all who participate in the sport.

Courses and Training

Let us take you to the next level of qualification in the equine industry.

Horse Management
Horse Management

Learn the concepts of general horse management, essential to the horse welfare and practice.

Riding
Riding

Learn the basic concepts of equestrian riding, essential to the horse and rider welfare and safety.

General Coaching
General Coaching

Practice the essential skills and knowledge of basic equestrian coaching in a safe and nurturing environment.

Farriery
Farriery

For those who want to gain a Farriery Apprenticeship

News Blog

Stay updated with the latest news and blog posts written by local content writers in the industry.

KudaGuru – How the Position of the Rider influences the Horse’s Movement?
The Ashleigh Sanderson Clinic on How the Position of the Rider influences the Horse’s Movement How do we communicate with our horses? Via cues or pressures? A correct seat gives you the tools to give these cues precisely, and clearly, improving your communication with your horses! This was the theme of Ashleigh Sanderson’s clinic to some fifty-odd equestrians from all over the country and as far away as Sarawak and Singapore. They and Ashleigh braved the sweltering heat of the day to learn what rider biomechanics is all about. The term rider biomechanics describes how the rider uses their body during riding and how their posture affects the horse and its way of moving. To quote Ashleigh :
 “A proper seat gives the rider stability, core strength, lightness, flexibility in the joints and the ability to exert precise pressures or cues to communicate what you want your horse to do. If the rider is unstable and their leg is constantly moving, the horse then has difficulty differentiating between this constant leg movement and an actual leg cue. Combining an understanding of how the horse learns with improved rider biomechanics make a whole riding experience more harmonious and satisfying.”
Ashleigh is a rider biomechanics expert and hails from England and makes frequent visits to the region, offering her services to groups as well as individuals. MEM wishes to thank the Coaching Panel for arranging this clinic. We also would like to thank coaches Wan Ming, Syakir and Rahizza who did a splendid job on their mounts; AK, Admiral and Remi, as demonstrators. MEM will endeavour to organise more upskilling and reskilling courses in the near future, so keep a look out for announcements on our website; Facebook and Instagram. - DMJ