Committee Members

Catriona Edwards – Chairman

“I started riding when I was 11 years old but didn’t have my own pony until I was 21. I currently own a 21 year old Fell Pony who has been with me for seventeen years. In the past I have had a go at most riding club activities but nowadays enjoy hacking in the countryside around Badbury Rings.”

 

Keith Caufield – Lawrence – Treasurer

 

Edna Loosemore – Secretary

Lynn Kelly – Vice Chair & Trainer Coordinator

 

Charlotte Ayres – Dressage Coordinator and Events Secretary)

“I have been on the committee of EDRC since it started and I’m now the entries/events secretary. I started sitting on ponies and riding when i was one and have continued to do so. Showing is what i love to do, from riding Arabs to riding side saddle to showing Welsh section A’s/natives in hand and ridden. When I’m not out showing, I’ll be out having fun hunting.”

 

Ben Ansell – Administrative Assistant

“I have been hooked since the age of three when I had my first riding lesson I gave been around horses ever since. Mainly hacking and pleasure rides but have recently been on my first competitive outings and loving the challenges that this brings. Hoping to get out and about and try a bit of everything”

 

Leandra Francis – Membership Secretary & Show Jumping Coordinator

”I started riding when I was about 3 years old, I own a gelding called Spirit and two New Forest colts called Rio and Casper, my main passion is showjumping however we have a go at all disciplines. I also enjoy being part of the EDRC teams! “

 

Katie Kenchington – Social Media & Teams

“I’ve been around horses for around 7 years however, I’ve only started consistently riding in the last 18 months. I have a retired heavyweight cob called Jake, my miniature Shetlands, Mabel & Boris, and I currently share a 13.2hh cob, also called Jake. I only do showing and flatwork bits at the moment. Hopefully I’ll be on the EDRC dressage team in the coming years.”

 

Lynn Kenchington – Editor

”I started riding when I was about 5 years old, however when I was 18 I took a break of 20 years away from horses. I bought my first horse when I was 38 but I haven’t ridden for over two years due to my nerve taking a one way trip. I enjoy watching and supporting others and just being around “horses”.

 

Dave Loosemore – Web Admin