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Key Personalities To Speak At Scone & Cambridge Seminars

Friday, 10th June 2016

Mitavite-hosted evenings are being held in Australia and New Zealand – at the Cottage Restaurant 196 Kelly St. Scone on Tuesday June 21 and at the Onyx Restaurant, 70 Alpha St. Cambridge on Thursday June 23. The events will feature two superb speakers with a global perspective on the thoroughbred industry. They are:

John Schreck: The burgeoning China racing industry is a prime target for Thoroughbred Breeders, producers and industry service providers globally. With the promise of new business, the competition to establish a foothold in this market is fierce. Former Chief Steward in NSW, Hong Kong and Macau, John's wealth of experience and his deep knowledge of racing matters across the board is unquestioned and the reputation he built as a racing 'lawman' remains firmly entrenched in racing's history. John is now closely involved in China and is well placed to offer a unique insight into this complex and rapidly changing market place.

Dr Catherine Dunnett BSc, PhD, R.Nutr: A recent addition to the Mitavite Nutrition Team, Equine Nutritionist Dr Catherine Dunnett is a well-respected consultant with Newmarket-based Independent Equine Nutrition, a worldwide consultancy business that offers an innovative range of services, including prohibited substance analysis, nutritional troubleshooting and commercial technical support. Catherine is highly regarded by trainers, professional riders, veterinarians and nutritional scientists as having a knowledgeable but practical and pragmatic approach to nutrition. She is a regular contributor to European and American Trainer magazines. Catherine provides a unique European perspective on current nutritional practices and trends.

Drinks and food will be served from 6pm for a 6.30pm start. Mitavite encourages you to bring key members of your team to the evening, but please RSVP by today, Tuesday, June 14, by clicking on this link.

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