Category: Hall of Fame

Katie Morgan

Katie has ridden at the top level in the UK from very early on (1999 if not before), has qualified as an International Judge and has supported the Young Rider teams through thick and thin from the very early 2000s. Katie also volunteers her time to act as chair of the FITE Liaison Working Group and keeps all at TREC GB informed of the latest news from FITE, the international governing body for TREC.

Jenny Snowdon

Jenny started in the world of TREC in 2003 with her homebred horse, Hobo. They both loved it and progressed quickly to Level 2a. Due to his age, they didn’t go any further up the levels.  Sadly, Jenny lost Hobo to colic in 2009, and was fortunate to be given Max on loan. Max was also very talented, but Jenny also lost him 2 years later. Since then, Jenny has had a variety of horses, but none of them have been particularly interested in TREC, plus her own health hasn’t been brilliant.

Jenny organised her first full TREC In 2004with experienced TRECcie Laurie Smith. From there, the Balanced TREC was formed and they ran several competitions in Surrey until Jenny’s move to Essex in 2013.

She continues to travel from her new home in Essex to run Winter Series competitions in Sussex. Jenny is also a TD, Judge Trainer and TREC Trainer as well as volunteering on a few TREC GB Working Groups and is always keen to promote TREC far and wide.

Anne Williamson

Anne, now sadly deceased, was a HUGE influence in getting TREC started in Scotland and kindly loaned her very talented event mare to get riders into the Senior and Young Riders teams to represent the UK in 2000 & 2001.

Joy Taylor

For being there for everybody right from the start of TREC. She has worked tirelessly since the inception of TREC, competing,
training, judging, TD and running competitions. Never afraid to stand up and be counted she travels many miles each year to give everyone enjoyment.

Sue Squirrell

Sue is a founding member of Keysoe & Three Shires TREC Club and is instrumental in organising Keysoe & Three Shires events, training and taking care of the club kit.  She has helped and encouraged many of our members in the sport.

Diane Richmond

Diane Richmond is a small lady with a big heart. Back in 2005 she organised for Rob Jones to come up to Osbaldeston Equestrian Centre in Lancashire and do a talk and demo about TREC.


In 2006 she organised a camp at Cartmel Racecourse in Cumbria, by 2007 this was the first official Bowland TREC Group camp. Until a couple of years ago she was a driving force behind BTG suggesting and helping organise summer competitions, training and every year the summer camp at Cartmel.


She stepped down from her committee roles a couple of years ago but still encourages her young mentee along with the local pony club members to find out about and take part in TREC. Without Diane initiating and encouraging, the sport of TREC would not be so strong and well represented in the North.