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MSRC Spring Newsletter 2018

Dear Member, Is this winter ever going to end? Mud glorious mud, everlasting rain, wind and snow the like of which we have not seen for quite a few years. Competitions and training sessions have had to be cancelled on … Continue reading

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Dressage Team Update

Our dressage teams had another successful day at the area intermediate dressage competition on 13 Jan at KSEC. We won the qualifier only class with Jackie Dyer and Danielle Rhodes both gaining 1st places and Amanda Bown finishing 3rd. Our … Continue reading

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MSRC New Year Newsletter 2018

MSRC New Year Newsletter 2018 Dear Member, Happy New Year to you all! We will start with a brief round up of last year’s team activities – 2017 was again not a vintage year but the dressage teams are definitely … Continue reading

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CANCELLED – Tomorrow’s Show Jumping (21/01/2018)

CANCELLED – MSRC Open Unaffiliated Show Jumping Competition Sunday 21st January 2018 at King’s Sedgemoor Equestrian Centre, Due to expected Bad Weather the decision has been made to cancel. Our next Show Jumping Competition will now be Sunday 11th March, … Continue reading

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Dont forget your Membership Renewal!!!

Membership is due for renewal on November 1st. Please renew promptly & please remember to advise Julia of any change in your details such as address – email or phone number (mobile or land line). Please make your personal data … Continue reading

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MSRC Autumn Newsletter 2017

MSRC Autumn Newsletter 2017 Dear Member, It is the end of another summer season and the nights are really drawing in now – and worst of all the dark mornings are with us. We have run quite a full programme of … Continue reading

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MSRC Spring Newsletter 2017

Dear Member,  Nearly the end of March and we really have come through the winter without too much angst caused by the weather and indeed the grass barely stopped growing and the horses are now well into shedding their winter … Continue reading

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