Thank you to all who have taken time so far to vote for your favourite competitions, food, photos, volunteers and unsung heroes of 2020 & 2021.
The vote is now open for the Best TREC Photo of 2020/2021. Please click the link below to cast your vote.
Voting for all categories will close at 10pm on Sunday 2nd January 2022.
A full list of nominees will be published on the website following the Awards Evening.
- Learning to read the map on the hoof
David, normally a judge, was thrown in at the deep end to ride at the English Championships in the level One class. The photo was the night before, learning how to read a map, on the Friday night. He rode as an Individual.
Photo taken & submitted by Cath Cromarty
- Last minute route checking
I took this photo of Traceur Cath and the route riders, Bev and Steph doing last minute route finding, literally as the combine harvesters and balers were still working,
Photo taken & submitted by Dave Cromarty
- The sheer joy of riding
The sheer joy of riding this amazing little horse in beautiful places.
Photo taken by Sarah-Jane Bullock & submitted by Karen Butt
- Sunset over a clean corralling field
A lovely clean corralling field sums up the perfect end to what was a perfect weekend.
Photo taken & stubmitted by Sarah Kelsey
- Can sheep take part?
It just makes me smile. Roger (the sheep) came in the arena and did the jumps too!
Photo taken & submitted by Chris Paine
- How low can you go?
Helen Barnes is a fabulous volunteer and always brings her camera and gets some amazing snaps. This is one of many I could have chosen but this shows the great partnership between Sully and Nichola Peace in one of our open competitions
Photo taken by Helen Barnes & submitted by Helen Curley
- Just chillin’
Love this photo myself and partners horse Spot/mojo love their trec camps as much as we do. Whilst we where panicking that we had all of our equipment they where just chilling before the off 🥰
Photo taken & submitted by Cilla Claxton
- Simply the best
This photo shows my amazing Little Miss Satisfaction at her best, loving her job and rewarding me with a fantastic score of 144 at Park Farm English Champs, pulling us up into 2nd place in L2a individual.
Photo taken by IndiePics & submitted by Judith Fisher
- Did someone say beach?
This photo is one of my favorites of myself and my part-bred Arab Sofi on the beach phase at Gower Trec. Apart from being very colourful in our mix of hi-viz, it sums up Trec in my opinion:
– a spin on the beach
– the rider engrossed in her map
– the horse alert and happy, watching and waiting eagerly for her next direction.
Photo taken by Mandy Thomas Photography & submitted by Lesley Lewis
- Parting ways
The lady parting from her Patchy Twat in the back ground (Christine Banks) was such a great sport and happily unhurt! My Trec partner kim Leney is in foreground – from Brightling 2021
Photo taken by Nigel Goddard & submitted by Kay Ford