Equestrian Advisory Committee
The Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust (Trust) meets regularly with Centennial Parkland Equestrian Centre licensees.
In addition, Trust representatives hold Equestrian Advisory Committee (EAC) meetings every two months, to gain a better understanding of the needs of Private Clients and Licensees.
The EAC provides an important opportunity for involvement in advising the Trust on equestrian matters. The EAC participates in the activities of equestrian planning and management (in an advisory capacity) across the Parklands and provides technical advice on matters affecting the Equestrian Centre business to the Trust.
The EAC does not deal with day-to-day operational matters, as these are the responsibility of the Manager of the Equestrian Centre.
Constitution of the EAC
The EAC Constitution is available to read here.
All Equestrian Centre users are welcome to submit matters for consideration by the EAC, and this can be done by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
new and existing clients
Richard Ballard has over twenty years experience as a farrier and is on site at the Equestrian Centre daily.
Centennial Park Veterinary Practice is a specialist equine practice ideally situated within the Centre.
John Leckie has been providing agistment and livery services in Moore Park for over 30 years.