The STC Equestrian and Sport Centre was officially launched and followed by the first National Horse Show.

Organised the first Basic Horse Management programme conducted by Wangaratta College of Tafe, Australia


Launch of the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme.


Purchase of the Percival, the first interactive horse simulator in the country.

Organised the very first Equine Forum, bringing the participants to share and discuss the direction of the Malaysia Equine industry. 



Organised the first training programme for farriers, in collaboration with the Malaysian Equine Council.

The STC Equestrian and Sports Centre is the proud owner of two beautiful carriages – Glass Coach and Royal Mail Coach from Australia and these coaches made their first appearance during the National Horse Show ’97.


The start of the young athletes programme jointly with Malaysian Equine Council and the National Sports Council to develop the sports from the grass root level.


The start of the young athletes programme together with Malaysian Equine Council and the National Sports Council


The centre also started the coaching programme for young disabled riders from the Riding for Disabled Association (RDA).

The centre started the Combined Driving activity and subsequently conducted the first demonstration of this event.

The first ever clinic on Judging for Jumping Equitation was organised.

The first harness driving centre in Malaysia was opened by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed.


Combined Driving was introduced as a competition category and it saw the participation of the Prime Minister and some prominent corporate figures.


The centre was the official venue for XXI SEA Games – the Equestrian Competition category.


The biggest display of horse carriages during the 45th Merdeka Parade.


Organised the 1st Derby Competition in the country.


The first eventing competition was conducted during the STC Equestrian Championship.


Organized the National Horse Show in Terengganu, which saw an overwhelming attendance of 40,000 people from the East Coast Region.