TREC,  WORKING EQUITATION AND GROUND WORK
  

                                   
FOR TRAINING:  Please call Centre to arrange session dates on Events Diary or one at another time occassionally. 
CLINICS: IN HAND, INTRODUCTION AND EXPERIENCED HORSES AND RIDERS WELCOME. Generally these are an hour in length in small groups.

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- confidence building for your horse and you the handler. Learn to read your horse better! Improve your communication! Improve your horses way of going: straightness, proprioception, balance as well as competition preparation for those wishing to compete.
 



 
The next few sessions will be arena based.

As we move through the year to the better weather there may be field based sessions so that we can include our natural obstacles on the site for training purposes.
Please note Body protectors 2009 are to be worn for field based sessions if ridden. Air jackets may be worn in addition but not instead. Not necessary for arena based sessions. Hats must also not have a fixed peak.


If you would like to have a look at a competitive Arena Trec round Click Here
 
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DETAILS FROM A PREVIOUS COMPETITION TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA of what is involved:
25 March  Arena Trec Competition - unaffiliated  

On Friday the MA (Control of Paces) will be done first. trec-09

 

Class1A and 1B Slowest Trot and Classes 2 and 3 Slowest canter will be timed from A - C around the edge of the arena. Then The fastest walk for all classes A - C. There will not be control of Paces in Class 1C the In Hand Section.

Competitors will then move on to the PTV Obstacle Phase. Time limit 4 1/2 Minutes. 10 obstacles to complete. If you run out of time whistle/bell will sound indicating you need to go to the Finish to stop the clock. Any uncompleted obstacles are not scored.

 



 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 

 
   
   
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