The results are in, the placings have been counted and verified and the final standings for the Central TREC Group Summer League 2018 are now available!
To summarise the way the standings are worked out, all results gained in TREC GB affiliated TREC competitions run in the summer 2018 season by CTG members count towards this league. Placings from pairs and individual classes at the relevant level(s) are all awarded points (1st = 10 points, 2nd = 9 points, 3rd = 8 points, etc). The best 3 results gained at each level are counted, and ties are split using the MA+PTV score gained by that rider at each competition for which the placing is counted.
Engraved wine glasses are awarded to the top 6 members in each league, and they will be presented at our AGM and Awards Presentation on 25th November at the Blue Lias Inn, Stockton Road, Southam. We hope to see lots of winners there!
The results are now available for our split competition at Alconbury and Tur Langton. Please visit the Results page for more information.
The 2018-19 winter season is about to get underway, with our first Arena TREC competition at Long Drove Equestrian Centre. We hope that you will join in the fun at some of our events, and don’t forget that all CTG members who compete in the same class at more than one CTG event will be entered into the 2018-19 Winter League.
We have also organised the date and venue for our Annual General Meeting – Sunday 25th November at the Blue Lias Inn, Long Itchington. We will have Sunday lunch, there will be a paper-based training exercise available for those who would like to exercise the grey matter a little, the AGM of the charity and then we will award the prizes for the 2018 CTG Summer League. Full details of the day can be found on the Calendar page, and the provisional standings for the summer league will be posted here once they are available.
The results for the Alconbury event (also comprising the MA and PTV phases of the Alconbury and Tur Langton split competition) are now available on the Results page. Well done to everyone who rode, and many thanks to all those who judged and helped (particularly Sarah Wynn who organised the event and Claire Pollard who TD’d).
The second half of the competition will be the POR at Tur Langton on 30th September, and there are still places available for that event. The schedule is on the Calendar page of the website and we look forward to seeing lots of people there!
Following on from the success of the 2 applied dressage training events that we have run with Tara Osborn so far this year (in January and April) we have booked another date at Long Drove near Huntingdon – Saturday 22nd September 2018. If you want to polish your MA and PTV skills in time for the winter season or fancy trying your hand (or hoof!) at TREC for the first time then come along and join the fun. We may be able to run an in hand session if there is demand for this, just mark it on your entry form.
We are also offering judges’ training alongside the mounted training, if you are interested please email email@example.com. Judges who were trained in the first year of TREC GB (2015) need to refresh their qualification by the end of October 2018 if they don’t want to have to go through the provisional sign-off process again.
Full details of the mounted training and the entry form can be found on our Calendar page.
The sun shone on our recent inaugural Anglesey TREC competition and a fantastic time was had by all, despite the challenging terrain! We would like to thank our fabulous landowners and the Anglesey Drag Hounds for all their help, and have plans to return to the island for more TREC events in future.
The results are now available on our Results page, well done to all the winners.
The schedule is now available via our Calendar page and entries are open for our split venue competition in August/September at Alconbury/Tur Langton.
We’ve tried to make the schedule as straight forward as possible but if you do have any questions such as to how to enter or which combination of classes can be completed then please get in touch with Sarah via firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Anglesey competition is confirmed to include Levels 1, 2 and 2A for both individuals and pairs. The route has been planned and checked and the Traceur reports that the POR route goes through a beautiful area with fabulous views!
The schedule and entry form are now available on the Calendar page, and there is also a link to the online entry system. If entering online you will need to pay separately, full details are given on the form. Any queries or suggestions should be sent to email@example.com.
Riders and volunteers alike basked in the sunshine at the National Forest TREC competition on 19-20th May, and all enjoyed a well-organised competition in beautiful surroundings. Thanks go to Jackie and Lynne for their tireless efforts in setting a great POR and challenging MA and PTV courses, not to mention keeping competitors and judges very well fed! The Young Riders judged willingly all weekend and there were all manner of interesting fund raising activities for the International teams – Liane ran an excellent quiz alongside the Saturday night social and there was an honesty tombola and Guess the Weight of the Cake competition.
The results of the TREC competition are available on the Results page, well done to all the winners and those who picked up qualification cards for the GB Championships later in the summer.
The results from the competition at Park Farm over Bank Holiday weekend are now available on our Results page.
Many thanks to all our valiant helpers, who we were pleased to find needed sun cream more than waterproofs on the day! We couldn’t have done it without you, so huge thanks to you all.