Photo courtesy of World Horse Welfare

Photo courtesy of World Horse Welfare

Head along to a bitting clinic this month

By Imogen Johnson

Event diary

17 April 2012 15:06

World Horse Welfare (WHW) and British Riding Clubs (BRC) are bringing the experts to Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre near Blackpool in Lancashire later this month for a special bitting clinic.

The Order of Loriners recognise that three people are responsible for choosing the right bit for your horse – your dentist, your bitting technician and you, so this clinic aims to help you see how you can improve your horse’s performance by learning more about the horse’s mouth.

On Thursday 26 April 2012, Paul Waudby a BEVA trained equine dentist with a wealth of experience in his field, will be at the event at Penny Farm.  Paul uses his extensive knowledge of dentistry to ensure that your horse experience with the dentist is a positive one.

Heather Hyde from Neue Schule Bits will also be sharing her in-depth knowledge of bitting.  Heather is the designer for Neue Schule and uses a holistic approach to ensure that the comfort and performance of the horse is priority.

WHW is committed to education and is pleased to be hosting the event.  Tickets are £8 including a hot pot supper and are available from Penny Farm by calling 01253 766983.

To find out more about World Horse Welfare visit the charity’s website