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@  colombina : (19 Декабрь 2017 - 11:41 )

чат жив? завтра опубликую новую статью в блоге

@  trec : (18 Март 2017 - 01:24 )

Немного обновили форум. Извините за перерывчик в работе.

@  ashka : (26 Февраль 2017 - 09:02 ) Добро пожаловать!
@  Пуфик : (26 Февраль 2017 - 01:22 ) Принимайте в семью))
@  бабайка : (24 Февраль 2017 - 10:49 ) Спасибо за предложение, но модератор из меня никакой, я лучше продажи понаполняю))) Или юмор)
@  trec : (24 Февраль 2017 - 10:35 ) Конечно. можно. Может какой-то раздел будете наполнять? Если есть желание, то на форум нужны модераторы.
@  бабайка : (24 Февраль 2017 - 08:36 ) Здрасте, к вам можно?)))
@  ashka : (23 Февраль 2017 - 02:30 ) Daytona про строительство вот http://forum.trec.or...m/32-koniushni/
@  ashka : (23 Февраль 2017 - 02:16 ) ветеринарию закончила на практикантах и как фотографировать копыта.
@  trec : (22 Февраль 2017 - 11:37 ) Daytona, Вы модератор раздела "Ветеринария"
@  Daytona : (22 Февраль 2017 - 08:13 ) окей)
@  ashka : (22 Февраль 2017 - 08:13 ) Daytona попробуй ентерами поразделять сообщения. а то уж сильно плохочитабельно. я ещё удаляла название и ответить перед каждым сообщением (удаляла через автозамену Ctrl H в ворде)
@  Daytona : (22 Февраль 2017 - 08:12 ) на Ваше усмотрение)) я пока сохраняю ветеринарию, можно туда))
@  ashka : (22 Февраль 2017 - 08:10 ) а раздел выбрать?
@  Daytona : (22 Февраль 2017 - 07:59 ) давайте, я не против)
@  trec : (22 Февраль 2017 - 07:53 ) Daytona, так может Вас сделать модератором на пару разделов?
@  ashka : (22 Февраль 2017 - 07:52 ) Для всех. не проходим мимо темы, что добавить на форум, т.к. в чате может затеряться http://forum.trec.or...dobavit-na-sai/
@  ashka : (22 Февраль 2017 - 07:50 ) со строительством хорошая идея. а подразделы к нему?
@  ashka : (22 Февраль 2017 - 07:49 ) первые 2 страницы закончила))
@  ashka : (22 Февраль 2017 - 07:48 ) ага,а как с ногами его соотносить?

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Отправлено 16 Март 2015 - 01:10

TREC Ireland is hosting the Young Riders European Championship in 2017 (you must be aged between 16 and 21 on the day of the competition, which is scheduled for the first weekend September-TBC).

Because it is on home ground and because we will be eligible to field more than one Team in 2017, we are asking everyone who has expressed an interest in the last year or two with regard to the TREC Ireland Young Riders Panel to get in touch.

TREC is quite a young sport in Ireland, but it is growing rapidly with lots of training days and competitions now being held across the country. As well as this, two new regions were formed in 2014 which will all help towards making training and competitions more accessible to our members.

Now that the brighter evenings are coming our way, it is time to start thinking about the coming year and making plans, but also keeping in mind that the next two years can act as training and schooling with the end goal being success for Ireland in 2017.

In order to do this, the committee would like to get an idea of how many young riders may be interested in training and competing between now and 2017.

If you are interested, please contact pro@trecireland.com or Helen McCormack at 3 Orwell Grove, Baylough, Athlone, Co. Westmeath. If you have any queries regarding the young riders panel, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

The Open Championships will take place in Quin, Co. Clare in May and they will be followed later in the year by the National Championship. Training dates and competitions details can be found on the TREC Ireland website www.trecireland.com.


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Отправлено 11 Март 2015 - 12:30

If you drive in, to or through Northern Ireland, the attached memo is important reading for you. 

 

Memo to Sport Sub Board Members:

 

Note from David Kirkpatrick, Hon Secretary, Equestrian Council for Northern Ireland

 

The Equestrian Council of Northern Ireland has recently been made aware of the above legislation

 

which impacts non UK vehicles weighing 12 tonnes and over using UK roads. These vehicles are

 

liable to pay a levy as soon as they enter UK territory – the levy is required to be paid before entering

 

the UK. It would appear that two R of I registered horseboxes travelling home recently were stopped

 

and had to pay a £300 fine. The costs which are payable on daily, weekly or monthly rates range

 

from £2.10 per day to £35 per month depending on the lorry vehicle band. Further information is

 

available from the following web sites:

 

https://www.gov.uk/g...-road-user-levy

 

http://www.eurotunne...road-user-levy/

 

This has the potential to impact equestrian sport within Northern Ireland and ECNI will be lobbying

 

the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland to seek an exemption for vehicles involved in equestrian

 

sport. We may be approaching you shortly to seek your assistance with this and will contact you

 

again later in this regard. In the interim we felt it was appropriate to make you aware of the

 

legislation as it may affect a number of your members with immediate effect. The websites also

 

provide information on how to pay the levy. We hope that we have included all relevant

 

organisations in this email and would ask that you forward it on as you consider appropriate.

 

Regards,

 

NOTE: UK HGV Road User Levy Information

 

The Equestrian Council for Northern Ireland would like remind HGV lorry owners aware of the HGV

 

Road User Levy. This legislation was introduced in April 2014 and requires all vehicles registered

 

abroad (including the Republic of Ireland) weighing 12 tonnes and over using UK roads to pay the

 

HGV Levy, vehicles are liable as soon as they enter the UK territory. The Levy must be paid before

 

entering the UK. The levy can be paid by day, week, month or year and discounts are available for

 

longer levy periods. Further information is available on www.gov.uk/government/collections/hgv-

road-user-levy and http://www.eurotunne...road-user-levy/. For

 

vehicles registered in UK the levy is included within the Vehicle Excise rates currently applied to the

 

vehicle.

 

ECNI is aware that two vehicles were recently the subject of on the spot fines of £300 on the A1.

 

The daily rates are dependent upon the vehicle size and vary between £2.10 and £10 per day, weekly

 

and monthly rates are also available and can be found on the above website. This has the potential

 

to impact equestrian sport within Northern Ireland and ECNI will be lobbying the Secretary of State

 

for Northern Ireland to seek an exemption for vehicles involved in equestrian sport.


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Отправлено 23 Февраль 2015 - 01:20

Despite the wind and rain, West Cork TREC held a very successful competition for the fourth leg of their winter league . The group would like to to extend their thanks to all at Bantry Pony Trekking in the Mealagh Valley for allowing competitiors to get in away from the bad weather!

Results:

Level 2:

1st Sara James Bailey 107pts

2nd Martha Norton. Winston 101pts

3rd Sue Pafitt. Jester 97pts

Novice:

1st Jenni Norton. Hector. 106pts

2nd Martha Norton. Cornflake 102pts

3rd Bridget Sheeran. Michaela. 85pts


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Отправлено 23 Февраль 2015 - 01:20

With the POR(orienteering) season approaching, Leintser TREC have organised a full day of Maproom/POR theory training on Saturday 7th March in Tallaght. This training has been tailored to suit all levels, from complete newbies to level 3/4 riders.

The morning session is suitable for newcomers, level 1 riders, and those intending to move up to level 2. It will run from 10.00pm to 1.00pm and will cover the following topics:

1. Basic intro to POR (equipment, what happens at an event, what is POR).

2. Map reading and speeds - using the legend, forests, roads, landmarks etc, plus marking kilometres and measuring a route, calculating times and speeds.

The afternoon session is for advanced riders (levels 2X/3) It will run from 1.30pm to 4.30pm and will cover the following topics:

- Reading 2X/3 Maps.

- Grid references/bearings on the map.

- The theory of riding off road and measuring off road.

This is an excellent opportunity to learn from Gwen Bastian, International TREC Judge and International TREC competitor. Please queries to Paula Donohoe,paula.donohoe@deafhear.ie. Entries close Tuesday 3rd March.


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Отправлено 20 Февраль 2015 - 11:40

Leinster TREC are delighted have TRI Equestrian sponsor their PTV/MA League 2015. TRI came on board last year for the first time and we are extremely proud to have them back again.

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The PTV/MA League consists of four legs, run in counties Kildare, Wicklow and Meath throughout the year. Each leg will contain a mix of obstacles and the control of paces section to challenge riders through novice and open classes. There will be wonderful TRI Equestrian prizes for the top placings at each leg and Leinster TREC members will be eligible for overall league prizes at the end of the year, to include generous TRI vouchers.

 

Check out www.leinstertrec.ie for more details.


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Отправлено 18 Февраль 2015 - 12:09

UPCOMING EVENTS
Please visit www.trecscotland.com for more information and entry forms.

Sunday 8th March 2015
Winter TREC + POR, Biggar
Affiliated and Unaffiliated TREC winter at Kelburn, Ayrshire

20th - 22nd March 2015
On Foot Training Weekend, Isle of Arran

Saturday 28th March 2015
Affiliated Indoor TREC at Sandyflat Glasgow

Sunday 29th March 2015
Affiliated and Unaffiliated winter TREC at Kelburn, Ayrshire

Sunday 12th April 2015
TREC Scotland 2015 AGM Beecraigs, Linlithgow

Sunday 19th April 2015
BHS Ayrshire Trec Training Day with Rhoda McVey, Eglinton Park

12-14 June 2015
3 phase TREC Competition Qualifier Mosswood, Aberdeenshire

14 - 16 August 2015
GB TREC Championships 2015 Temple Farm Livery Stables, Gorebridge, near Edinburgh – (14 th to 16 th August 2015)

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Отправлено 18 Февраль 2015 - 02:30

On Sunday, 15th February, eager riders and their mounts headed for Kingsdale Stud near Derrinturn, Co Kildare for a chance to brush up their PTV skills in readiness for the year ahead.

Thanks to owner Padraic O’Neill, we had both the large outdoor arena and the Derby Field Obstacles available for practice, and he had even organised the sun to shine for the day! With so much space, a total of 14 different TREC obstacles were laid out, many of which could be done as Led Obstacles also. They included Mounting, One-Handed Figure of Eight, Low Branches, Slalom, Tree Trunk, Ditch, S-bend, Water Crossing, Path Crossing, Drop and Step-Up.

As the first group headed out, on-foot helper Rosemarie Bryson went with them, accompanied by experienced rider Diana O’Huid. An experienced Judge, Rosemarie was able to tell the riders what was required at each Obstacle while Diana rode them to demonstrate how it should be done. With many newcomers on the day, as well as riders who had come along for a refresher, this formula worked well. Other groups were also accompanied on-foot, by Karen Reilly and Catherine Bartley who are both International riders, and with Niamh O’Huid (Level 3 TREC rider) mounted to demonstrate the Obstacles.

The last group of the day were 3 Junior Participants mounted on ponies, who were trying TREC for the first time. Accompanied by Catherine on foot, they had a great time either trying to get the ponies to stand (Immobility) or go (Water Crossing) and enjoyed ducking down to do the Low Branches!

As always with TREC, the challenges of the variety of Obstacles made for an interesting and fun day, and the smiles on everyone’s faces on finishing their practice said it all.

Our PTV/MA League starts on Sunday, 1st March and we have plenty more practice and training sessions organised throughout the year, so we look forward to meeting everyone again soon.

 


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Отправлено 14 Февраль 2015 - 04:28



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Отправлено 06 Декабрь 2014 - 01:21

TREC Scotland 2015 Calendar update

Calendars have now arrived. I have tried to contact everyone either by email or fb message with payment details. If you haven't received a message, please let me know - trecayrshire@hotmail.com

For all those who already paid, your calendars are on their way to you. Ho Ho Ho x

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Отправлено 20 Декабрь 2014 - 01:30

Two spare TREC Scotland 2015 Calendars up for grabs. £10 per one, or £9 each per two. First come first serve. Postage £2.80 second class, £3.20 first class. Don't miss out!! A3, full colour, 13 page. If interested, please contact trecayrshire@hotmail.com or in the comment box below.

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Отправлено 21 Январь 2015 - 03:58

Very Happy New Year Everyone!
Please find below the upcoming events. Please note, more events are added on regular bases, please keep checking www.trecscotland.com
If you cannot ride but are able to help, please let us know. Helpers and volunteers are always needed and very welcome and this is the best way to learn about this sport.
If you are a newcommer and are not sure about what winter TREC competitions are about, please watch this video
http://www.trecscotl...and-videos/ct4p

Saturday 24th January 2015 - TREC 3 phase competition, Biggar - Rosettes and points will be awarded in all classes.

Monday 26 January 2015 - BHS Lothian TREC Training with Rhoda McVey - Each group will last 1 hour. We intend to have a maximum of 5 riders per group

Saturday 7th February 2015 - TREC 3 phase competition, Biggar -
All winter series will have leagues so the more times you compete, the more chance of some lovely prizes. Rosettes and points will be awarded in all classes.

Sunday 15th February 2015 - Affiliated Indoor TREC at Sandyflat Glasgow

Sunday 8th March 2015 - TREC 3 phase competition, Biggar - All winter series will have leagues so the more times you compete, the more chance of some lovely prizes. Rosettes and points will be awarded in all classes.

20th - 22nd March 2015 - On Foot Orienteering Training Weekend, Isle of Arran - Included in the programme are two days spent orienteering training with Andy and Elanor McNamara on the hills of Arran, transfers to and from the ferry, dinner, bed and breakfast, packed lunches and sociable evenings. Guaranteed to be a relaxing, exciting and friendly occasion.

12-14 June 2015 - 3 phase TREC Competition Qualifier - 3 phase TREC competition on 12-14 June 2015 at Mosswood, Tough, Alford, Aberdeenshire AB33 8EP.

14 - 16 August 2015 - GB TREC Championships 2015 -
2015 GB Championships, which will be held at Temple Farm Livery Stables, Gorebridge, near Edinburgh

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Отправлено 24 Январь 2015 - 12:55

Please see below details of upcoming Child protection Training. As always the courses will be held at our head office in Naas, commencing at 6.30pm on each evening. The Code of Ethics Basic Awareness Training costs €20 per person and the Children’s Officer Training Costs €25 per person.

PLEASE NOTE: The Children’s Officer Course has been revised by the Irish Sports Council, this was formally a 6 hour course and has now been reduced to 3 hours. To attend this course, all participants must have complete the Basic Awareness Course beforehand.

Course Dates:

Thursday January 29th 2015 – Basic Awareness Training

Wednesday March 25th – New Children’s Officer Training

Thursday May 7th – Basic Awareness Training.

I have attached application forms for all 3 course dates, I would ask that as the National Children’s Officer of your affiliate, you promote the availability of these courses, and encourage attendance from your members.

In early 2015, the National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012 is due to commence. This will enforce a legal requirement on all persons working with Children in our sport to hold a valid Basic Awareness Certificate and Garda Vetting Clearance.

Finally, all information is regularly updated on our website in relation to the above. This can be accessed at the following link:

http://www.horsespor...ild-protection/


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Отправлено 24 Январь 2015 - 01:00

The inaugural TREC GB Championships of Great Britain will be held at Temple, near Edinburgh,

 

 

 

Date: 14-16 August 2015. Entries close on 1 August

 

 

 

Location: Temple Farm Livery Stables, Gorebridge, near Edinburgh,  

 

 

 

TREC Ireland riders who qualify to attend do not need to be a member of TREC GB for this year but you do need to have BHS Gold membership because of the public liability insurance that BHS membership provides you; TREC GB’s own PL insurance will not cover riders that live outside the UK.

More info can be found on http://www.trecgb.com

 


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Отправлено 24 Январь 2015 - 01:05

It was a cold and icy day today for the first event of the year, PTV and MA in West Cork.  

Results 

Novice class:

1st : Roo Joyce, 2nd : Megan Davies, 3rd : Maeve O'Shea, 3rd : Bridget Sheeran,

Level 2:

1st : Bastian, 2nd : Sandra Schmid, 3rd :Jane Capener. 4th : Sue Parfitt, 5th : Judith Faunch, 6th : Shirley Squire

 

Control of Paces :

1st : JaneCapener, 2nd : Shirley Squire, 3rd :Sandra Schmid, 4th : Bastian, 5th : Roo Joyce, 6th : Sue Parfitt

 

Well done to all the competitors many who had never done the COP before!  The West Cork group would like to extend their thanks to  Jenni and

Chris for the use of their venue!

 

 


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Отправлено 01 Август 2014 - 09:35

There was an air of anticipation as the riders and judges gathered in the indoor arena of the legendary Stradbally Hall, Co. Laois for the rider’s briefing of this year’s Trec Ireland National Championships. Traceur, Adrian Flynn and Technical Delegate, Karen Nicholson laid down the ground rules and the guidelines for all three phases of the competition. Riders from across Ireland and Britain were informed that they would start their competition in a map room at Leech’s pub of Wolfhill and the level 3 and 4 competitors would navigate their way 30 kilometres across country back to the estate.

The electrolyte sachets and syringes that were given to every competitor by event sponsors, Horse First were put to good use as the temperatures soared and together with fly spray they became a saddlebag essential. It was late afternoon on Saturday before the last riders were welcomed over the finish line by judges, Grainne Ni Uid and Adele O’Connor. Early leaders after first phase were current European Cup champion, Hilary Bernard in the level 4, Kerry’s Elaine Waters in the Level 3 with young rider Rohan Madhaven hot on her heels. Level 2 pairs, West Cork’s Jane Capener and Shirley Squire were in a head to head battle with Britian’s Amanda Marfleet and Vicki Glynn while the level 1 pairs were equally exciting with only two penalties separating the duo of Turas Trec’s Cassie O’Connell and Maeve Begley from Ciaran and Anne-Marie Cronin. Organiser’s Niamh O hUid and Sheaffe Mitchell welcomed the competitors, judges and their families a hot meal in the local pub where wrong turns, moments of doubts and feats of horsemanship were relived. When the scores for the day were posted, the buzz heightened as congratulations and commiserations over missed tickets.

Adrian Flynn took full advantage of the beautiful parklands to produce a fast and exciting obstacle phase that saw riders taking on challenging but straight forward cross country jumps in combination with the more technical Trec style ones. The course flowed over almost 3 kilometres and the level 3 and 4 riders were required to attack the course to avoid time penalties. Mairead Moynihan and Bambi Carroll closed the gap but were unable to pull ahead of Hilary who took the Level 4 crown. Donegal’s Lisa Moore on her cracking coloured cob, Jo Dazzler pulled out all the stops to take the level 3 title with Leinster’s Rohan Madhaven in second. Britain’s Amanda Marfleet and Vicki Glynn didn’t put a foot wrong and won the Level 2 pairs and qualified for the British Championships in August. Johanna Connor finished just one penalty ahead of Judi Pheysey to take the Level 2 individual crown. Level 1 had a nail biting finish with time penalties proving to be the downfall of many but Heidi Doyle and Elaine Neary wasted none to take the lead over the obstacles to pull ahead and come away with the Level 1 title.

The presentation of prizes was held on the scenic front lawn of the big Stradbally Hall. Horse First provided impressive hampers packed with their popular supplements for the victors. A great supporter of Trec, Horse First’s Terri Brosnan and organisers Niamh O’hUid and Sheaffe Mitchell presented the hampers, rosettes and trophys to a the winners accompanied by huge cheers and applause. The National Grangeclare Cups went to the Irish riders with the highest score in each division. Turas Trec’s Bambi Carroll came away with the Level 4 cup while Donegal Trec’s Lisa Moore won the Level 3 cup. Leinster Trec’s Diana O’Huid was a popular winner of the Level 2 cup and Turas Tec’s Cassie O’Connell was cheered as she went up to receive the Level 1 honours. The English Team, Foreign Legionaires managed to pip the Donegal Team in the last phase to take the team honours.

Trec Ireland will like to thank all the volunteers who came to judge and help, to vet Kate Murray, farrier Finian Carroll and all of Leinster Trec who hosted the event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Отправлено 25 Сентябрь 2014 - 04:50

The weekend witnessed the first event of Three Counties TREC held in Drumshanbo Co. Leitrim by kind invitation of John Mcloughlin of Grangefort Equestrian Enterprises. A new member of TREC Ireland Three Counties TREC covers the counties of Leitrim, Roscommon and Longford. This new club was founded earlier in the year and having won the level one pairs national championship title in Stradbally Co. Laois they successfully went onto to host their first Training day in Co. Leitrim which took place on Sunday 21st.

 

With superb weather there was a good entry for the day, including many newcomers to the sport with eight competitors in the Junior section! In addition to welcoming riders from across the region some as far as Athlone and across the border this offered many riders their first opportunity to experience TREC.

 

This successful day was made further possible by our Technical Delegate of the day and Secretary of TREC Ireland Karen Murphy. Karen recently returned from Italy, where she mentored the young rider squad who competed at the TREC Young Rider World Championships.

 

The day kicked off with riders all kitted out in high vis gear with highlighters at the ready for Map room training with Karen. This was followed by a short break for some refreshments and home made treats which were kindly provided on-site throughout the day by Maura Farrell.

 

Sun cream was then applied by a few before setting out for the course walk to include COP (Control Of Paces) and PTV (Obstacles). Spectators were interested to see the variety of equines competing ranging from 11hh ponies up to 16.2hh .The use of western tack was also a focal point used by one competitor Elizabeth Cunnane who came all the way from Co. Roscommon much to the interest of Rob Steinke master saddler who came to support.

 

Some interesting options on course with breathtaking views but nothing would distract from the much coveted High score sash to be won! This was kindly sponsored by X-Factor rosettes located in Co. Galway.

 

Co Founder of Three Counties TREC, Elaine Neary spoke of the incredible reaction from competitors and spectators alike “ They were blown away by the facilities, stunning scenery and the warm welcome from the Grangefort team” Elaine said.

 

John McLoughlin,,owner of Grangefort Equestrian Enterprises, has many plans for the future. A professionally run facility with newly built indoor walker and lunge pen,2 all weather arenas plus approx 120miles of trekking to explore surrounded by forestry and the stunning Sliabh an Iarainn mountains.

 

“Grangefort has so much potential.It is a stunning venue and everything is here to create a leading competition centre in the Mid West.I am very excited about my future plans and completing further construction to help make it the success I want it to be.” John said. Hosts John and the wonderful team at Grangefort treated riders to a beautiful setting and with great orienteering and excellent facilities; we all look forward to returning for more adventures later in the future.

 


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Отправлено 13 Октябрь 2014 - 09:45

TRI EQUESTRIAN LEINSTER TREC 3-PHASE EVENT, PUNCHESTOWN RACECOURSE, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12TH

Many hands make light work, or in the case of Leinster TREC, many hands worked hard to ensure the success of the group’s three phase competition held on the 8th of October. The TRI Equestrian sponsored event also served as the final event in the TRI Equestrian sponsored PTV/CoP League. With almost 50 riders participating in the competition, it was a busy day for all involved.

The PTV gave plenty of opportunity to open the horses up with a good canter between obstacles. Ailbhe Gavin and Tara Creighton prepared a fair yet challenging course making good use of the natural terrain as well as the cross country facilitates in Punchestown. Traceur’s for the event, Niamh O’Huid and Sheila Fuller prepared a varied POR route with stubble fields, winding tracks,, secluded tree-lined pathways, open pasture land and the type of grassy lanes that leave you itching to kick on in canter.

Overall placings are listed below. A range of spot prizes were also presented; Best Co-ordinated Horse and Rider: Lorna O'Neill, Best PTV Score (134 points): Sophie Robinson, Best CoP Score (47 points): Louise Parkhill, Best Newcomer: Jasmine Mortimer, Furthest Travelled: (Jane Capener) and

Best Under 18: Sophie Robinson

Sincere thanks must go to all who made this event the success it was, to riders who travelled to represent TREC groups from as far afield as Kerry, South East, West Cork, Midlands, Donegal, Northern Ireland as well as the hosts, Leinster TREC. To the volunteers who travelled to support the event, also to Technical Delegate; Adrian Flynn. Thank you also to the generous landowners without whom routes would not be possible, to Punchestown Racecourse, for first class facilities and generous sponsorship of spot prizes, to TRI Equestrian for their ongoing generosity in sponsoring both the competition and the league. Finally, sincere thanks to the Leinster TREC committee who dedicated themselves to many months of planning for the event; congratulations on a job well done.

Level 3 Individual - 1, Sullane Lady (Mairead Moynihan); 2, Annie’s Prince (Rohan Madhaven); 3, Rock on Villa (Karen Reilly).

Level 3 Pairs - 1, Blossom (Edward Coyle) and Wisp (Cathleen Coyle).

Level 2 Individual - 1, Ross ML (Caroline Aragane); 2, Jake (Lorna O’Neill); 3, Full Set Fred (Aisling Hughes); 4, Gladys (Jane Capener).

Level 2 Pairs - 1, Flash (Anna McCarthy) and Floss (Alex McCarthy); 2, Surprise (Paula Donohoe) and Haize (Eva Byrne); 3, Bezel (Keelan McCarthy) and Peter (Sophie Robinson); 4, Mouse (Karen Murphy) and Freya (Katie Elwood); 5, Bread (Paul Donnelly) and Fiddy Cent (James Donnelly).

Level 1 Pairs - 1, Piccolo (Katie Martin) and Paris II (Siobhan Wolf); 2, Cocky (Louise Parkhill) and Prada (Sophie Sauveroche); 3, Betty Boop (Jen Moore) and Loughway Sid (Holly Long); 4, Horse (Jasmine Mortimer) and (Derek Donnelly); 5, McCarra Hugo (Laura Murtagh) and Caspian (Kayleigh McCormack); 6, Jodi (Bidina McCabe) and Cassie (Emer O’Reilly).

TRI Equestrian Leinster TREC PTV/CoP League (Leg 5).

Open - 1, Peter (Sophie Robinson); 2, Ross ML (Caroline Aragane); 3, Sullane Lady (Mairead Moynihan); 4, Surprise (Paula Donohue); 5, Bezel (Keelan McCarthy); 6, Freya (Katie Elwood).

Novice - 1, Cocky (Louise Parkhill); 2, Jodi (Bidina McCabe); 3, Piccolo (Katy Martin); 4, Priestown Clover (Feaha Moore); 5, Horse (Jasmine Mortimer); 6, Paris II (Siobhan Wolf).

TRI Equestrian Leinster TREC PTV/CoP Final.

Open - 1, Shakespeare (Maura Walsh); 2, Ross ML (Caroline Aragane); 3, Regal Ivy (Celia Taylor); 4, Coolroe Gold (Diana O’Huid); 5, Choral (Siobhan French); 6, Bob (Ailbhe Gavin).

Novice - 1, Mason (Lisa Weston); 2, Cocky (Louise Parkhill); 3, Surprise (Paula Donohue); 4, Jake (Niamh O-Huid); 5, Prada (Sophie Sauveroche); 6, Misty (Niamh Campbell).

Leinster TREC POR League (Leg 4).

Level 3 Individual - 1, Annie’s Prince (Rohan Madhaven); 2, Sullane Lady (Mairead Moynihan).

Level 3 Pairs - 1, Blossom (Edward Coyle) and Wisp (Cathleen Coyle).

Level 2 Individual - 1, Jake (Lorna O’Neill); 2, Ross ML (Caroline Aragane); 3, Full Set Fred (Aisling Hughes); 4, Gladys (Jane Capener).

Level 2 Pairs - 1, Flash (Anna McCarthy) and Floss (Alex McCarthy); 2, Surprise (Paula Donohue) and Haize (Eva Byrne); 3, Bread (Paul Donnelly) and Fiddy Cent (James Donnelly); 4, Mouse (Karen Murphy) and Freya (Katie Elwood); 5, Bezel (Keelan McCarthy ) and Peter (Sophie Robinson).

Level 1 Pairs - 1, Piccolo (Katie Martin) and Paris II (Siobhan Wolf); 2, McCarra Hugo (Laura Murtagh) and Caspian (Kayleigh McCormack); 3, divided between Horse (Jasmine Mortimer) with (Derek Donnelly) and Cocky (Louise Parkhill) with Prada (Sophie Sauveroche); 5, Betty Boop (Jen Moore) and Loughway Sid (Holly Long); 6, divided between Harry Potter (Jenny Brennan) with Belle (Rachel O’Sullivan) and Jodi (Bidina McCabe) with Cassie (Emer O’Reilly).

 


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Отправлено 01 Ноябрь 2014 - 11:30

LOUGHWAY STUD, TIMAHOE, CO KILDARE

 

LEINSTER TREC VERSATILE TREC

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19TH

 

Novice - 1, Eddie (Danielle Herbert); 2, Choral (Siobhan French); 3, Mason (Sheaffe

 

Monteith); 4, Juliet (Mandy Cooke); 5, Shakespeare (Maura Walsh); 6, Fanta (Ciaran Smyth).

 

Pre-Novice - 1, Juliet (Mandy Cooke); 2, Callie (Laura Filan); 3, Maggie (Liz Burbage); 4,

 

Santa (Una Mion).

 

Mini Treccies – equal 1, Bingo (Katie Reilly) & Paulank Tuffy (Penny Kelly) & Flash Fred

 

(Charlotte Kelly).

 

Best Turned Out – Callie (Laura Filan).

 

Best Performance – Choral (Siobhan French).


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Отправлено 08 Декабрь 2014 - 07:05

TREC Ireland as members of Horse Sport Ireland, are keen to support excellence across all equestrian spheres.  There is no doubt that Bertram Allen is an example of such excellence.  Therefore we ask you to read the following news release from H.S.I and Team Ireland Equestrian and give Bertram your vote for this prestigous award.

Showjumping sensation Bertram Allen has been nominated for the Irish Independent Young Sports Star of the Year Award. Bertram has had an incredible year so we are asking all Affiliates to support the campaign to help him win this prestigious and deserving award.

The nomination reads: ‘’Bertram is, unquestionably, the biggest sensation in international showjumping right now. The 19-year-old from Wexford lies 19th in the World Rankings following a sensational year during which he won a qualifier for the 2015 World Cup in Las Vegas as well as the Grand Prix in Belgium and Dublin Horse Show before joining the Irish Team for the World Equestrian Games in Caen, where he finished seventh in the individual.’’

 

Please help Support Your Team Ireland Equestrian Nominee by asking all your members, friends and contacts to Vote for Bertram.

Simply collect and complete coupons available in the Saturday and Monday issues of the Irish Independent until voting closes on 17th December. And tell all your friends!  


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