Events

WRC Event Calendar - April 2016

Scratchings/Cancellations:   Please go to our Scratchings/Cancellations page

Capping You may cap up to 2xs at our events per season.  After this point you must become a member to continue.  For more information please view our Rules and Regulations page.  

Banking Details:


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(Please use references as outlined for the event)
 

Wine and Cheese evening: Conformation clinic with Fiona Mead
Date: Wednesday 1st June
Venue: Kumeu Hall
Time: 6.30pm
Cost: $20 for members, $30 for non-members
Entries: Hayley Drury
Internet Banking Reference: (first initial.surname)(confo)
Queries:Hayley Drury
Info: Understanding conformation is an important part of riding horses, as undesirable conformation can limit your horse's longevity and capacity to be ridden. To discuss several common conformational 'faults' and their impact on performance, we have invited Dr Fiona Mead to present an educational and insightful talk. Your horse's intended use does have an impact on selection criteria, which Fiona will outline. She will also discuss how riding and assisting your horse's posture can help improve the way your horse moves and change them, for the better, in the long term. Veterinarian, Fiona Mead works locally and overseas mainly as an acupuncturist and biomechanics practitioner, (using animal osteopathy, chiropractic techniques and rehabilitation exercises), where she sees equine form and function impacting our horses every day. Come hear how you can assist your horse to live a longer, happier and more fulfilling life (whatever their conformation) and join us for wine and cheese!

 

HAVE A GO DRESSAGE DAY
DATE: Saturday, 18 June 2016
VENUE: Woodhill Sands
TIME: As per Draw
COST: $15 for 2 tests
$25 Ground fee
$2.50 Equestrian Entries admin fee
$10 Late entry fee
$15 Capping fee if you are not currently a member
ENTRIES CLOSE: Sunday, 12 June 2016
INTERNET BANKING REFERENCE: (first initial.surname)(HAG)
QUERIES: Michelle Reidy
INFO: Entry is online via Equestrian Entries. Draw will be up Thursday
prior to the event on the website.When entering equestrian entries you only select the one test as you ride the same test twice.


Come along and try a test at the next level, then have a chat to the
judge about your test.

Follow this up by re-riding the test to see how much you can improve
your score.
Tests:
Training 0:A (x2)
Level 1 1:A (x2)
Level 2 2:A (x2)
Level 3 3:A (x2)
Level 4 4:A (x2)
Test of Choice – Level 5 and above

Medical armbands to be worn by all riders on the day. Jackets,
plaiting etc not required, casual wear ok, however please ensure
suitable footwear and helmet.

If you are unable to pick up your test sheets at the end of the day,
please leave us a stamped self addressed envelope and we will be happy
to post them out to you.

All entries received after midnight on the 12 June 2016 will be
consider a late entry and will go on a waiting list. They will also
now incur a $10 additional charge which must be paid before you
receive your back number

 

 Equine Touch with Jackie McAra
DATE: Saturday the 9th of July
VENUE: TBC
TIME: 10am
COST:  $35
PLUS $10 Capping fee if you are not currently a member
ENTRIES: Sarah Vernon
INTERNET BANKING REFERENCE: (first initial.surname)(EqTouch)
QUERIES: Karine Dunn
INFO: Spend the morning with Jackie McAra - Equine Touch therapist learning how you can help your horses. Morning Tea will be provided and a takeaway sheet of some of the exercises you can do yourself afterwards

The Equine Touch is a gentle, non invasive, hands on discipline that addresses the horse as a whole without focusing on any particular problem in the body. A series of unique moves are performed all over the body in a choreographed pattern with observation periods interspersed throughout to allow the horse to process the message that is sent via the receptors under the skin and within the muscles.

For more information please visit Jackie's website: http://equinebodyrelease.vpweb.co.nz/

Come along and try a test at the next level, then have a chat to the
judge about your test.


Follow this up by re-riding the test to see how much you can improve
your score.