The AGM for the 2022-23 will take place on Sunday 3rd December at the Royal Oak at Walgrave. There will be an opportunity to complete judges’ training and then have some lunch before the AGM itself gets underway. Please click here for the JotForm to register your interest in attending.
The Katie Memorial trophy will be presented at the AGM, to the owner/rider of the horse chosen by the CTG membership as most deserving. Please nominate your chosen horse via the JotForm link above and watch this space for how to vote for your favorite of those nominated.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our combined training and competition at Moulton this weekend. Hopefully the weather will be kind (as is currently forecast) as we are outside again – please wrap up warmly and plan for wet weather all the same!
Start Times v2 are now available – these have not changed significantly and have also been emailed to all competitors.
Please email any queries up to Saturday lunchtime to firstname.lastname@example.org. After Saturday lunchtime, please call Bev or Mary (mobile numbers are in the Competitors’ Information document).
Come and join us on 12 November The George, Brixworth, Northampton for a pub lunch and map drawing training.
We’ll meet at midday for lunch, followed by the training which is being delivered by Mary Weston, the current Level 3 Pairs Champion, 2022 Level 2A Individual Champion, Qualified TREC GB Traceur and TD.
Please fill in the JotForm here to sign-up. There are only 10 spaces available. The training is £5 for members and £10 for non-members and lunch is to be paid for directly to the pub.
We are mixing things up for Moulton 2 on Sunday 5 November. The day starts with the TREC GB Novice Horse and Newcomer classes. We then have the opportunity to have a 30 minute training session on 3 or 4 PTV obstacles with the option to then take part in a club class (starter level). The day finishes with our usual in-hand class followed by a pick your own line in-hand class where you can put your course combining skills to the test!
Please click here for the Schedule and email email@example.com if you have any queries.
We had a fabulous sunny day at Moulton to kick off our 2023-24 arena TREC season!
The results from the day are now available on our Results page. We look forward to seeing you at our next Moulton event on Sunday 5th November. The schedule and event booking form will be out very soon – watch this space!
Our Arena TREC Winter Series 2023-2024 is taking place at Moulton College, Northamptonshire, featuring classes for both the CTG and the TREC GB League.
The dates are:
- Sunday 5 November 2023 (entries close 22 October) – Schedule available here
- Sunday 10 March 2024
- Sunday 14 April 2024
Further details are available on our Moulton page, including the Schedule.
We are hoping to offer some training over the course of the winter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you might be interested.
We had a fabulous weekend (albeit a little soggy on Saturday) at our Cannock Chase competition which was also the English Championships. Jackie and Lynne did a fantastic job organising the competition and found a wonderful new venue. Thank you to them and to all the judges, volunteers and competitors; we couldn’t have done it without you!
The results are now available and pictures are available to buy from the brilliant Indie Pics here.
We received this lovely message from the venue owner, which we wanted to share with you:
“Thank you to Jackie, her team and competitors for being wonderful, low-maintenance guests as promised, for leaving the site spotless and for an interesting insight into trec and all it involves. They were a pleasure to host…you would be welcomed back.”
45 riders and 15 helpers gathered in south Leicestershire this weekend for the summer TREC at Shangton Grange. The sun shone, the ponies behaved (mostly), the views were pretty and the food was universally hailed as delicious so it was a roaring success! We handed out the prizes at 5:30om on Sunday and the placings and phase details are now available on Results page, so head over there to see how you and your friends did!
Louise Jarvis won the prize draw for having read her Competitors’ Information closely enough to have spotted the code (or magic, according to our stalwart tack check judge, Izzy France) word. Be warned, CTG might do something similar in future but if we do the code word might not be at the end of the information, so make sure you read the document properly… Competitors’ Information is a vital piece of the communication process between organisers and riders, so we do hope that they are always read and digested (not just glanced through to see if the directions are at the start of the end…)
Once the last bits of clearing up are done (collecting in ticket punches and checking the toilets have been collected) our attention will turn in earnest to the next event in our summer season – the English Championships at Cannock Chase in July. Entries will open on 1st June so be ready to get yours in – places are sure to go fast! Full details are available on our Calendar page. We would be delighted to hear from anyone who would be able to help or judge for all or part of one or both days, please fill in a Helper Information Form to register your availability (also available on the Calendar page). If there is demand for a session of judges’ training we will look to run one, please email email@example.com to register your interest.
We are looking forward to seeing lots of members at our competition at Shangton Grange next weekend, and will be giving out the prizes for our 2022-23 Winter League at the Saturday night social. Provisional standings are available here, but please be aware that final results may be different to these. Any queries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than noon on Monday 15th May 2023 (as we need to get the prize glasses engraved).
We have lots of events coming up including a social, walk and summer competitions. Please see our Calendar page for all the details.