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Members Only ADRC Committee Meeting Open Evening

Have you considered being part of the team where you can put your views and opinions on the table for discussion and consideration? Do you have ideas on how the Club can develop its members and nurture the talent that we so clearly have grown?

Have you ever wondered what is involved in being on the committee and what happens at our monthly meetings?

Well now is your chance to come along and see behind the scenes.

We are looking to grow the committee and have 2 vacancies for enthusiastic members who wish to be part of the team.

So if you are interested, then please come along to the next meeting held at Moorhouse Equestrian Centre in the upstairs gallery. Meet the team and we can show you how your opinion really counts and ideas grow into fantastic events.

Please register your intention to come to Linda Binns (Chair) or Lynn Proctor (Vice Chair) either on Facebook or find contact information on the Committee & Contacts page.


Bitting Demonstration

More dates TBA

An Evening with Ema Baxter - Senior Loriner and Bitting Specialist

Understanding the World of Bitting is a unique and complex ability, but an art that Ema Baxter is a true professional and has a reputation to match. Regularly advising and providing bits for many of the sports leading athletes such as Lucinda Fredericks, Paul Tapner, Peter Charles, Scott Brash to name a few Ema will be appearing for an evening bitting demonstration at Moorhouse Arena on Monday 25th April 2015.

You will get the opportunity to see how a bit can change the performance of a horse in a series of live demonstrations. She'll also be covering the basics of bitting and helping you to understand how the bit works and how you can make improvements with your own horse.

You'll also have the chance to ask questions and advice throughout the evening. Ema is the Senior Bitting Advisor at The Horse Bit Shop, U.Ks largest Bit Bank and has over 30 years riding experience, having competed herself in several disciplines.

The price is £7:00 for non members and £5:00 for members to include a pie and pea supper.

WHEN: more dates TBA

WHERE: Moorhouse Equestrian Centre

Gap Farm, Moorhouse, DN6 7HA Doncaster

Faith graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London,

As well as being a fully chartered human physiotherapist and worked as Senior Academy Physiotherapist for Leeds United Football Club, Faith is also a Category A member of ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy). This signifies that she is an experienced, fully qualified and insured to treat your animal working under veterinary approval. Veterinary approval is a professional requirement set out by ACPAT to ensure that all practicing physiotherapists keep the lines of communication open and ensures that you as an owner receive the highest standard of care for your animal. For further information please go to

TOPICS: Advice on current causes and symptoms of back pain, looking specifically at kissing spines. Also including case studies of successful rehabilitation following back surgery.


This is a social event and open to members and non members. There will also be the chance to find out more about the club, what's on, when and where, you will also have the opportunity to renew your membership or join.

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