TREC is an international equestrian sport that tests the skills, confidence, and abilities of horses and riders or driving teams over various terrains and obstacles. The 3 phases of a Ridden TREC competition include Trail Orienteering, Control of Paces, and a Cross-Country Obstacle Course. The 2 Phases of a Driven TREC competition include Driven Orienteering and Driven Obstacles.
Challenge Yourself to Something New! Riders and Auditors Welcome!
- Kim Stoddard, 2016 TREC World Championships Chef D’Equipe & 2012 World Championships Competitor
- Tim Thomas, TREC Instructor & International Competitor
- Lee Ann Bunn, TREC-USA Vice President and Northeast Representative
All Ages/All Levels/All Disciplines/All Breeds. Helmets must be worn while mounted. Negative Coggins & Rabies required.
- Friday: 6-8pm Pizza, Presentation and Evening Q&A
- Saturday: 9am-3pm – Learn all about the Orienteering Phase and have fun finding your way on a course with a map and compass. Auditors will learn how to serve as a checkpoint official and time the start/finish. Lunch & snacks will be provided.
- Sunday: 9am-3pm – Learn about the Control of Paces and Obstacle Phases and practice each with your horse. Auditors will learn how to judge these phases. Lunch & snacks will be provided.
Overnight stabling is available for your horse. Camping is not allowed on the grounds July 6-8, but local accommodations abound for riders/auditors, including our Ranch House.