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International Riders Senior Rider Selection Criteria 2022-2024

International Riders Senior Rider Selection Criteria 2022-2024

The International Riders’ Working Group would like to inform all Registered Riders, Development Group members and those who may be aspiring to ride internationally for TREC GB, that the Selection Criteria has now been reviewed for the FITE TREC Championships in 2024.

The selection criteria has now been published and is available to view, along with the Senior Riders Application Form and Competition Report Template in the International Riders Document Area:

Click here for International Riders Documents Area

The criteria for Junior Duo and Young Riders seeking to qualify for the 2023 FITE Championships will remain unchanged.

Trustee Elections 2023

Trustee Elections 2023

Would you like to become one of the TREC GB Trustees? Do you have the skills and experience to help develop TREC GB?
It is now three years since TREC GB introduced their new Constitution and so we need to hold elections for new Trustees. We are seeking up to 6 more Trustees to join the Board of Trustees. Trustees are elected for a period of three years after which they must either stand down or seek re-election.
There are a number of points that you must consider if you would like to stand for the Board.

  • You will be expected to have a good working knowledge of British TREC.
  • You should read and be familiar with TREC GB’s Constitution.
    TREC GB Constitution v2.0
  • You will be expected to attend, by phone or computer, conference calls that last about 2 hours. A conference call will usually be held each month.
  • You will be expected to become a member of at least one TREC GB Working Group.
  • You will have to sign a declaration to say that you are not barred for any reason from becoming a Trustee.
  • You will have to sign up to the TREC GB Code of Conduct for Trustees on an annual basis.
    TREC GB Trustees Purpose, Expectations and Conduct (annual Commitment) v2.1
  • Should you decide to stand down from being a Trustee, the remaining Trustees will expect you to inform them before you make your decision public elsewhere.
  • You must live either within Great Britain or on the Isle of Man – ie the countries within which TREC GB is the governing body for the sport of TREC.
  • You must never have been the subject of any disciplinary action within TREC GB including official removal from or suspension from any committee or sub-committee or in terms of your membership.

As a TREC GB Trustee, there are many things that you must do, including ensuring that:-

  • TREC GB is carrying out its purpose for the public benefit. You need to know what it can & can’t do, whether it’s fulfilling its purpose & whether it is actually making a difference.
  • Both you & TREC GB are complying with TREC GB’s governing document & the law. So you will need to be familiar with TREC GB’s Constitution & any laws that apply to TREC GB. You will also need to ensure that returns are made to the Charity Commission (CC) correctly & on time & that the CC is kept up to date with appropriate changes.
  • You act in TREC GB’s best interests by making informed & balanced decisions, recognising & dealing with conflicts of interest, being prepared to question, challenge & accept majority decisions, and to re-examine previously made decisions to ensure the continued best interests of TREC GB .
  • You act with reasonable care & skill, using your own skills & experience. Know when you need to take advice, seek it & act upon it. Ensure that you prepare for meetings. Be prepared in case something goes wrong.
  • TREC GB is accountable by meeting all its legal accounting & reporting requirements, showing that it complies with the law in an effective manner, is accountable to its members, volunteers & Affiliated Clubs & that they, in turn, are accountable to the TREC GB Board.

The requirements for being a Trustee are outlined in various documents available by the following links from the Charity Commission. Please ensure that you have read them.
The essential details:
The essential trustee: what you need to know, what you need to do – GOV.UK (
The Government’s “5 minute guides”:
Charity Commission guidance – GOV.UK (
You must not act as a Trustee if you are disqualified unless authorised to do so by a waiver from the Charity Commission. The reasons for disqualification are shown in the disqualifying reasons table and include:

  • being bankrupt or having an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA)
  • having an unspent conviction for certain offences (including any that involve dishonesty or deception)
  • being on the sex offenders’ register

Automatic disqualification guidance:
Automatic disqualification guidance for charities – GOV.UK (

In addition to completing the Application form, including asking one other TREC GB member to propose your nomination and another to second their proposal, you will need to complete the Declaration form confirming that you are not ineligible to become a TREC GB trustee.

Board of Trustees Application Form

Board of Trustees Declaration Form

Please note that TREC GB has taken out Trustee Insurance so there is no financial risk to being a Trustee.
However, there are exclusions, including not covering you:-

  • for any liability arising from or connected with the giving of professional advice or service whether or not for remuneration or any act, error or omission relating thereto,
  • for any intentional dishonest or fraudulent act or omission or any wilful breach that you commit of any statute, rule or law.

Please note that all nominations must have been received by TREC GB Admin ( by midnight on Monday 20th February 2023.
Thank you,
on behalf of TREC GB Trustees

<strong> International Riders Selection Criteria Review January 2023</strong>

 International Riders Selection Criteria Review January 2023

The International Riders’ Working Group would like to inform all Registered Riders, Development Group members and those who may be aspiring to ride internationally for TREC GB, that the Selection Criteria are currently being reviewed for the FITE TREC Championships in 2024.

There will be significant changes, particularly for Senior Riders, who will begin qualification during the 2023 Summer Series.

The criteria for Junior Duo and Young Riders seeking to qualify for the 2023 FITE Championships will remain unchanged.

Once final details have been confirmed and the Selection Criteria documents updated, they will be published on the TREC GB website in the International Riders section and on the current Facebook pages. This will be during February 2023.

Special Awards 2022 – Results

Special Awards 2022 – Results

Congratulations to all nominees, runners up and winners in the TREC GB Special Awards 2022 which recognises the work of our Organisers, TDs, Traceurs, PTV course designers, Judges and Volunteers in running TREC events across the country. The results were very close again this year and the full list of finalists, runners up and winners can be found below.

The full list of nominations can be found here:

1. Best Summer TREC Venue

Winner: Welsh Championships, Llanthony

Runner Up: Grassroots Championships


  • Grassroots Championships
  • Marlborough Downs
  • Stourhead
  • Welsh Championships, Llanthony

2. Best Summer POR

Winner: Welsh Championships, Llanthony

Runner Up: Grassroots Championships


  • Grassroots Championships
  • Marlborough Downs
  • Stourhead
  • Welsh Championships, Llanthony

3. Best Summer PTV

Winner: Stourhead

Runner Up: Welsh Championships, Llanthony


  • Grassroots Championships
  • Marlborough Downs
  • Stourhead
  • Thornton le Moor
  • Welsh Championships, Llanthony

4. Best Saturday Night

Winner: Grassroots Championships

Runner Up: Deer Park


  • Deer Park
  • Grassroots Championships
  • National Championships

5. Best Winter Venue

Winner: Cheltenham RDA

Runner Up: Thornton House


  • Cheltenham RDA
  • Croft Farm
  • The Grange
  • LRAC Kenwick
  • Shuttleworth
  • Thornton House

6. Best Judges Hospitality

Winner: Grassroots Championships

Runner Up: Stourhead


  • Grassroots Championships
  • Stourhead
  • Thornton Le Moor
  • Welsh Championships, Llanthony

7. Best TREC Photo

Winner: We’ve Finished – photo by Victoria Adams Photography & submitted by Liane Robinson

Runner Up: The Beauty of TREC – photo taken & submitted by Kate Gillam


  • PTV Fun – photo taken by Paws for Thought Photography & submitted by Caroline Pederick
  • Somewhere over the Rainbow – photo taken & submitted by Dave Cromarty
  • Oh I do like to be beside the seaside – photo taken by Chris Gipson & submitted by Zoe Morton
  • Llanthony route checking – photo taken & submiteed by Cath Cromarty
  • Sit Tight – photo taken by Amy George & submitted by Helen Curley
  • Just Chillin’ – photo taken and submitted by Erica Thomas
  • That first cuppa – photo taken & submitted by Karen Butt
  • What a view! – photo taken and submitted by Lesley Lewis
  • Dreams do Come True – photo taken by NHMM Photography (France) and submitted by Kirsty Adams
  • Size doesn’t matter – photo taken by Harri Like & submitted by Cressy Murphy
  • Rain or Shine – photo taken & submitted by Hattie Abretti
  • This is fun! – photo taken by Andrew Youll & submitted by Tania O’Connell
  • Closing the gate – photo taken by Christopher Lee & submitted by Michelle Bowe
  • Level 3 Plotting grids – photo taken & submitted by Dave Cromarty
  • Say Cheese – photo taken & submitted by Charlotte Fleming
  • Happy Partners – photo taken by Tony Pays & submitted by Lucy Wild
  • The Beauty of TREC – photo taken & submitted by Kate Gillam
  • We’ve finished – photo taken by Victoria Adams photography & submitted by Liane Robinson

7. Best Volunteer

Winner: Sue Squirrell

Runner Up: Andy & Dave Chappell


  • Andy & Dave Chappell
  • Cath Cromarty
  • Helen Curley
  • Karen Butt
  • Mike Messenger
  • Sue Squirrell

    9. Unsung Hero

    Winner: Cath Cromarty

    Runner Up: Jess Wain


    • Cath Cromarty
    • Evie O’Keeffe
    • Jess Wain
    • Jill Perry
    TREC GB Special Awards 2022 Voting Now Open!

    TREC GB Special Awards 2022 Voting Now Open!

    Congratulations to all finalists in the TREC GB Special Awards 2022 categories. The finalists for each category are listed below along with the reason they were nominated. To vote, please click on the voting button at the bottom of this page.

    Please note: only current TREC GB members are eligible to vote for the Special Awards 2022.

    Voting closes on Monday 2nd January 2023.

    1. Best Summer Venue 2022

    Grassroots ChampionshipsLovely site, lots of room and nice facilities The signage was excellent for all phases of the competition. Everything was easy to see and find. Lovely competition with a very friendly atmosphere
    Marlborough DownsOutstanding PoR route using historic byways and race training area, beautiful coralling field set in rolling downland,  PTV and MA making great use of natural rolling downland setting too.
    StourheadA wonderful location offering large corralling field, beautiful woods for the POR and fabulous valley for the PTV with the loveliest host family.
    Welsh Championships, LlanthonyOne of the most beautiful places on earth. Epic views and big mountain feel. Lots of happy helpers. Easy parking and corralling. Great outdoor obstacle plan. Well organised. Loved every minute.   Just so beautiful, and so challenging to ride. Stunning scenery from the PTV field, walking distance to several pubs and a brewery/restaurant practically on site in the monastery!  What`s not to love!

    2. Best Summer POR 2022

    Grassroots ChampsVaried terrain, interesting route up to Level 1 championships standards, tickets and CPs well placed.
    Marlborough DownsStunning historic byways, race horse training routes, use of lanes and tracks, a joyous glimpse into another world.
    StourheadBeautiful woods, fields and quiet lanes.  Fabulous views. Really lovely and varied terrain. Challenging but not too much so. Great POR!
    Welsh Champs, LlanthonyStunning beautiful scenery, challenging riding, challenging POR.

    3. Best Summer PTV 2022

    Grassroots ChampionshipsA lovely flowing course perfect for grassroots enough difficulty for this event. Jubilee theme with a Queen double on the Clover Leaf which presented a good challenge for some horses.
    M&S_Marlborough DownsLong galloping course, loved the decorated obstacles. Interesting use of terrain in the PTV field and use of props (animal masks/ducks/saddles/hats) on obstacles
    StourheadLiterally the most fun PTV I’ve ridden! Long and flowing route making use of natural terrain and fully optimising the gorgeous valley it was set in. The PTV was like going for  a ride and meeting various obstacles,
    ThorntonLovely PTV with imaginative use of the wooded area and cross country course. Natural obstacles with good stretches between them. Happy judges! great terrain obstacles
    Welsh Championships, LlanthonyFabulous, flowing course over very varied terrain. Lots of options for different levels – 3 sets of Bending, 3 sets of ride ups and downs, varied jumps, for all abilities including a small tempting log for the L2s and a full height L4 log too.

    4. Best Saturday Night 2022

    Deer ParkFood was excellent and plentiful and cooked freshly by fantastic caterers.
    Grassroots championshipIt was delicious home cooked abundant and served with a smile. Pimm’s reception was a bonus 😀 KTS are renowned for their food and did not disappoint this year at the championships. 3 very tasty casseroles all home made with rice or bread went down well.
    National ChampionshipsGreat meal held at the local cricket ground so you knew you could keep dry and warm if it rained. It didn’t but there was plenty of seating and people could easily mix. You can’t beat pie and peas! Plus loads of pudding choices and second helpings! Pie and gravy. What more could anyone want?!!!!!

    5. Best Winter Venue 2021/2022

    Cheltenham RDAWinner last year, and continues to be the main stay of Wessex Winter Events has large parking area, gallery, large indoor and outdoor schools. Easy access, easy parking, spectator viewing. Cake! Happy helpers, well organised.
    Croft FarmHugh indoor arena, great all weather warm up, great hard standing car park.
    KenwickPlenty of parking, big warm up arena, good surfaces in both arenas with collecting ring inside. Lots of different classes for everyone
    ShuttleworthIndoor school to warm up as well as separate indoor school for competition, and they always have hot soup and cake in warm classroom available, Super friendly helpers.
    The GrangeLarge indoor arena and indoor warm-up, plus a viewing gallery and plenty of hardstanding parking.
    Thornton houseThe indoor arena is huge allowing for good space to lay out the obstacles together with the MA. Plenty of parking and always a kitchen full of cakes 😀 Always a lovely supportive atmosphere.

    6. Best Volunteer 2022

    Andy and David ChappellTravels the country supporting TREC with husband David – I’ve seen Andy at all of the competitions I’ve been involved in this year! Yet again these 2 deserve a volunteers medal. I have ridden at many competitions over the years, at various spots across UK and they are often there, they did 2 checkpoints at the GBs and came to help at Llanthony too. They travel all over judging at competitions and have probably been to more venues than any one rider this year.
    Cath CromartyAlways there, always doing her thing. So many reasons – running a great competition at Llanthony. Volunteering as Vice Chair of the Trustees, Chair of Training Working Group and Rules Working Group. Thank you. Cath does SO much for our local group as well as TREC GB, organising competitions and judging and providing help and support to everyone taking part.
    Helen CurleyShe spends so much time, and travels so far helping, even when she is poorly and moving house. She is kind and encouraging, just a lovely person. Helen is an exceptional Treccie; although she’s not competing herself at the moment she dedicates so much of her time to Trec events making sure everyone has the best experience. She is so encouraging and welcoming to new members and is always there until the bitter end at all competitions. She turns up everywhere to help. Always smiling
    Karen ButtAlways goes above and beyond. So much time!
    Mike MessengerGreat scorer Done lots of set up of the scoring program. When not caring for his mother in law been at the events input scores and changing entries at the last minute on the day  when pairs have decided to on their own
    Sue SquirrelNothing is too much trouble. Her ideas and energy are endless Great advocate for the sport Really supports the newcomers Having arranged a fabulous camp she then followed it up  with the Grassroots Champs and even managed to compete herself which deserves a medal!

    7. Unsung Hero 2022

    Cath CromartyFor being the walking rule book, fountain of knowledge of TREC and giving so much of her time to support TREC in all of its pursuits For all she does, summer and winter to keep TREC flourishing. Anybody needing support or questions answered knows she will do that. Cath works tirelessly for TREC GB she competes, is on the board of trustees, runs TRAC Club, runs competitions, organises competitions, is a TD, works on several TREC GB working groups. Is extremely knowledgeable, and remembers everything.
    Evie O’KeeffeHer passion and enthusiasm for TREC is fantastic, and very catching. With her training program and competitions she is opening up TREC to a whole new audience. Her training style is great she is warm and encouraging and helps everyone. Just an all round wonderful person who consistently puts others above herself and does an amazing job of promoting TREC and encouraging people to embody the spirit of TREC.
    Jess WainFantastic mentoring and encouragement of the international  junior riders. The championship was a huge challenge for all the junior riders and Jess really supported them getting the right balance allowing the riders to feel proud of their selection and recognising the responsibilities that go with representing TREC GB but at the same time giving them the framework to enjoy it. Jess took the time to make sure we were prepared for travelling to France with zoom calls and caught up with us at training and competitions before the championships. At the championships she looked after us and made us feel like a team and supported us to cope with the challenges of riding abroad for the first time Jess was a wonderful source of information, advise and encouragement. Having been a young rider herself she knew exactly what was expected and coached the juniors with a fantastic, positive attitude, always making the training fun. France was an incredible experience for the junior riders and their supporters & Jess more than earned her place with her wealth of knowledge, endless energy and devotion to her junior team.
    Jill PerryJill has put on so many events mostly single handed and really supports grassroots. Her events and training are always super, she also supports the neighbouring clubs. Works tirelessly promoting TRECin East Anglia and offering training to new and old competitors. A great ambassador for Trec..

    8. Best Judges Hospitality 2022

    Grassroots ChampionshipsHot meals on Friday and Saturday evenings. Packed lunches for POR and PTV days. Hot drinks, cakes available to help themselves. (As well as  being bought round during the PTV.) Well fed, well organised, can’t get much better!
    StourheadHuge choice of packed lunches with the best cakes!  Tasty and generous evening meal for those helping for two days.
    ThorntonOrganisers always smiling, coffee and cake always available, excellent food throughout.
    Welsh Championships, LlanthonyAll details of where to be were emailed well before and on the weekend there was plentiful food. Drinks came around on PTV day and extra snacks too if we needed them. A small but welcome gift of a torch was given to us all.

    9. Best TREC Photo 2022

    This shows some of the hard work put into the ‘behind the scenes’ prep for competitions.
    Whilst the TD, Shadow TD and Traceur all walked, these 2 junior riders also loved to help, one on his first ever mountain ride.
    The young girl in the photo also walked the whole of the L2 routes
    Cath Cromarty
    L3 competitors at my Checkpoint doing their Grid referencesDave Cromarty
    Was a great achievement as has taken 3 years to teach flora to open and shut gatesChristopher Leigh
    This photo shows one of the Llanthony TREC volunteers testing the PTV. Just showing that size doesn’t matter!!!!Harri Like
    TREC Camp 2022. What could beat a morning cuppa, in a beautiful place, with TREC friends and your pony?!Karen Butt
    Just love the scenery and catching the moment. One day, at the end of the rainbow, I will find my perfect score!!Dave Cromarty
    This photo captured Bradley and Jackie Bennett as they finished the PTV at the National Championships where not only did they win the L4 but it was also to be Bradley’s last ever level 4 competition.  Bradley is certainly one of the great TREC horses.Victoria Adams
    An example of the stunning and challenging terrain faced by competitiors at the Weslh Trec Champs.Lesley Lewis
    Jan Tucker and Rosie taking on the ditch at Beechwood TREC in fine extravagant style showing that TREC riders and horses are brave and prepared for anything.Amy George
    This is my lovely mare who, after competing at the GB national comps in 35 degrees is relishing a sloppy bucket of saracen recovery mash. It captures how hot and challenging the event was, and how the organisers and sponsors provided the right things for us to have a great weekend.Charlotte Fleming
    Sums up Trec! Making a cuppa whilst pony has brekkie and ‘come rain or shine, its Trec time!’Hattie Abretti
    Just love this pic of Schweppes and I at Whitby!Chris Gibson Photography
    Epically chilled Guinness!Erica Taylor
    Stapleton May 2022
    Fairly new to outdoor Trec (we had done one competition in 2021) my mare Pen was just coming back from having months off with a suspensory ligament injury so both of us were so happy and grateful to be there ❤️
    She was giddy with excitement on the MA as you can see on her face and we did great, we got a 3rd place 😃😃
    Andrew Youll
    I just love it. The beauty of the trec camp. Lots of little things going on.Kate Gillam
    This collage captures my absolutely joy at having completed a really tricky Championship PTV which I was so nervous about. The jump was just fantastic and Emma caught my relief and joy at finishing so brilliantly.Paws for Thought- Emma Nunns
    The happiest pair I’ve ever seen on a POR! Emma Burrows and (I think!) Marley 🙂Tony Pay (grassroots champs)
    This is a place I never dreamed I’d be. I’m on my horse of a lifetime wearing the Union Jack, being supported and encouraged by a huge band of fantastic people, meeting and making new friends, and it’s all as a result of TREC. There’s no sport I’d rather being doing more.NHMM Photography (France)
    TREC in the News

    TREC in the News

    Articles relating to TREC published in the Press can be found listed below:

    PetPlan Equine Article: “TREC – All you need to know” (published 7th February 2023)

    Horse and Hound Article “Redefining rest time” (published December 2022)

    Horse and Hound article: “From Chemotherapy to TREC Championships” (published December 2022)

    Horse & Hound Article: Don’t rule the Oldies out! 28 year old pocket-rocket mare & 75 year old rider win national title” (Published 31st October 2022)

    TREC GB National Championships 2023

    TREC GB National Championships 2023

    TREC GB are pleased to announce that the 2023 TREC GB National Championships will be held at Bibury Farm, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. GL7 5PB on Friday 18th to Sunday 20th August 2023.

    Plans are well underway and TREC GB would like to thank Mr Nick Phillips and Wessex TREC Club for hosting this year’s Championships

    For 2023, TREC GB will be holding a single National Championship which will incorporate the following Grassroots Level 1 classes:

    • Level 1 Grassroots Newcomers Individual – Open to all qualified riders who have not competed in a full Summer TREC competition (3 phase affiliated TREC GB) before 1st August 2022.
    • Level 1 Grassroots Newcomers Pairs – Open to all qualified riders, where both riders have not competed in a full Summer TREC competition (3 phase affiliated TREC GB) before 1st August 2022.
    • Level 1 Grassroots Open Individual – Open to all qualified riders
    • Level 1 Grassroots Open Pairs – Open to all qualified riders
    • Level 1 Veteran Horse Championship – Horses must be born in or before the year 2003 (20 years old) and must have completed at least one full three phase competition within the last 2 years. Individual class only.

    The qualifying period for the National Championships 2023 will run from 1st August 2022 to 30th July 2023 inclusive.

    For the full details of the qualification criteria, please pop over to the website:

    We look forward to seeing you all at the National Championships 2023!

    Awards Night 2022

    Awards Night 2022

    It’s Back!

    We’re pleased to announce the annual celebration of Summer Series, Hoofbeats and Special Awards is returning to the luxury 4* Ardencote Manor Country House Hotel & Spa on Saturday 21st January 2023. The price of tickets this year are:

    • Awards Night Meal only – £38.50
    • Twin Room B&B plus Awards Night meal (per person) – £106
    • Singe Room B&B plus Awards Night meal – £177.50
    • Double Room B&B plus Awards NIght meal for 2 people – £212 

    To make it economic for members and their guests, tickets will be on sale with the option of paying a 50% deposit, followed by the balance by Wednesday 21st December 2022.

    The Summer 2022 League awards will be presented after dinner, along with the Hoofbeats and Special Awards as voted for by our members. We will also be inducting more people and horses who have influenced the sport of TREC to our Hall of Fame.

    Numbers are limited so make sure you buy your tickets promptly. Pop over to the shop to purchase your tickets now!

    Awards Nominations 2022

    Awards Nominations 2022

    We will once again be celebrating our organisers, clubs and volunteers who have given their time willingly for the love of our wonderful sport in our Special Awards, which has kindly been sponsored by the TREC GB Chair. If you would like to nominate your favourite POR, Summer or Winter venue, Summer PTV, Saturday Night social, Judges Hospitality, Photo of the Year, best volunteer or your unsung hero click on the link below!

    The categories for 2022 are:

    1. Best 2022 Summer Competition Venue
    2. Best 2022 Summer POR
    3. Best 2022 Summer PTV
    4. Best 2022 Saturday Night Meal
    5. Best 2022 Winter Competition Venue
    6. Best Volunteer for 2022
    7. Unsung Hero
    8. 2022 Competition with the best hospitality for Judges
    9. Best 2022 TREC Photo of the Year

    Please take a moment to nominate via the website so we can reward our organisers and volunteers for all of their hard work.

    All nominations must be received by midnight on Friday 25th November 2022. Voting for all awards will open on Friday 16th December 2022 and will close at midnight on Monday 2nd January 2023.
    All nominations will be acknowledged on the website after our Awards Evening.

    Final Results of TREC GB Summer League 2022

    Final Results of TREC GB Summer League 2022

    The results of the TREC GB Summer League 2022 have now been finalised and we look forward to seeing your at the Celebration & Awards Dinner on Saturday 21st January 2023 to receive your prizes. Congratulations to all placegetters in this year’s league!

     Level 1 Individual Level 1 Pairs
    1st     Susie Ford
    2nd    Judith Yarnold
    3rd    Caroline Gudgeon
    4th     Emma Wood
    5th     Mary Bray
    6th     Laura McKay
    7th     Nicky Bunting
    8th     Graham Clack
    9th     Holly Siever
    10th  Kim Leney
    1st   Kay Ford & Kim Leney
    2nd   Hannah Groombridge & Lydia Thomas
    3rd   Cilla Claxton & Caroline Richardson
    4th   Michelle Bowe & Vicky Cresswell
    5th   Alex Wells & Rachael Wilmot
    6th   Lynnette Marsh & Jo Murrell
    7th   Catherine Greening & Jo Taylor
    8th   Zara Lawlor & Ann Maisel
    9th   Liz Payne & Mick Payne
    10th    Sue Squirrell & Lynsey Ellis
    Level 2 Individual
    Level 2 Pairs
    1st    Diane Smith
    2nd   Dawn Phythian
    3rd  Vicki Glynn
    4th   Lesley Lewis
    5th   Charlotte Fleming
    6th   Chrissie Upchurch
    7th   Emma Wood
    8th   Zoe Morton
    9th   Jane Anscombe
    10th Graham Clack
    1st    Amanda Aldridge & Donna Sharp
    2nd   Tina Negri & Amanda Royle
    3rd    Claire Bagshaw & Susie Clague
    4th    Anne Warner & Helen Duckmanton
    5th    Amanda Renshaw & Gemma Marshall
    6th    Kathy Whitehead & Willa Muir
    7th    Zoe Morton & Elen Rees
    8th    Wendy Neath & Kay Kitson
    9th    Jessica Clague & Georgia Smith
    10th Erin Baldwin & Alex Baldwin
    Level 2A Individual
    Level 2A Pairs
    1st    Liz Davison
    2nd   Eleanor Prescott
    3rd    Sian Griffiths
    4th    Mary Weston
    5th   Kirsty Adams
    6th    Helen Wain
    7th    Kay Kitson
    8th    Cathy Hoyt
    9th    Kathryn Rollinson
    10th Jennie French
    1st    Marnie Bassi & Tania Guinness
    2nd   Chris Paine & Jane Anscombe
    3rd    Liane Robinson & Alex Robinson
    4th    Sue Perks & Judy Clark
    5th    Kathryn Rollinson & Isla Murdoch
    6th    Eleanor Prescott & Louisa Brammer
    7th    Helen Halpin & Julie Brand
    8th    Kirsty Collinson & Rachel Glossop
    9th    Kirsty Collinson & Kate Tebbett
    10th Gillian Newey & Sam Frize
    Level 3 Individual
    Level 3 Pairs
    1st    Faith Anderson
    2nd   Kirsty Adams
    3rd    Mary Bray
    4th    Christine Harling
    5th    Sheila Rogerson
    6th    Vicky Rothwell
    7th    Caroline Brammer
    8th     Jackie Bennett
    9th     Lel Benyon
    10th  Lynne Mabbitt
    1st   Julie Brand & Helen Halpin
    2nd  Cath Cromarty & Cressy Murphy
    3rd  Jane Anscombe & Vanessa Warren
    4th  Liane Robinson & Alex Robinson
    5th  Louisa Brammer & Eleanor Prescott
    6th Dave Rogerson & Sheila Rogerson
    7th Claire Pollard & Heather McLeod
    Level 4
    1st   Caroline Brammer
    2nd Lynne Mabbitt
    3rd   Jackie Bennett
    4th   Kirsty Adams
    5th   Kate Gillam
    6th   Faith Anderson
    7th    Christine Harling
    8th    Mary Bray