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Two new Vice Presidents

 

The Mark Davies Injure Riders Fund is pleased to have two new, super Vice Presidents in the form of Nina Barbour and Claire O’Donnell.

International show-jumper Nina has evented herself up to CCI*** level and runs annual Bolesworth International Show as well as the Harthill Stud. Nina is well aware of the potential dangers of riding and is a strong believer in the important work MDIRF does to keep equestrians safe.

Claire has a wealth of business experience running her own interior design company. She has been involved with horses her whole life from her own pony club days right through her son Miles who started riding at four and is now a successful young show-jumper. Claire is absolutely committed to rider safety and has worked with us for the past year.

Nina and Claire join a strong team of committed Trustees and our Patron Zara Phillips who all work together tirelessly to assist injured riders.

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Horses: The Danger

Did you know that you are 20 times more likely to have an accident on a horse than on a motorbike? On average, two people per month are left paralysed from a horse fall and many others are left permanently disabled through severe head injuries.  And there are just as many dangers to be faced whilst handling horses from the ground too.

That’s why it is so important for horse-lovers to stick together.

The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund was founded to help those who become injured by horses whether riding or working with horses on the ground.  It is the only charity in the UK which helps all injured riders from leisure riders to competition riders, across all disciplines and at any level. You can find out how we help in our video featuring our Patron Zara Phillips and Belinda, one of our beneficiaries:

Your support means that we can make a difference to people like Belinda who unfortunately become injured by horses.  Find out how to support us and more about some of the people we have helped on our website.  You can also learn about who Mark Davies was. Thank you for your support!

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The Equestrian.com Hickstead Derby meeting Luncheon 26th June


 

Equestrian.com Hickstead Derby Meeting Lunch

Friday 26th June

All England Show Jumping Course

Hickstead, West Sussex RH17 5NU

Tickets include:

  • Day pass to the Members Enclosure
  • Fabulous guest speakers from the world of International Show Jumping
  • Free use of Members Car Park
  • Morning Coffee and Pastries
  • Delicious lunch and glass of Prosecco
  • Afternoon Tea and Cakes

All in a private room and grandstand next to the main arena

For any further information or queries please contact Charlotte Ennor charlotteennor@gmail.com

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Russell Gets on His Bike for MDIRF


The MDIRF would like to wish Russell Cooper the best of luck as he embarks on an epic fundraising journey to Paris this week.

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Brilliant Night at the MDIRF Mirror Ball


The MDIRF Mirror Ball took place on Saturday 2 August at Hickstead and was a great success. We would like to say a huge thank you to all 250 of our friends and supporters who came along to the Ball – your generous support and party spirit made it a night to remember.

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