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MitchiestInge Sun 19-Jun-11 09:25:23

Had a dream about this last night, maybe it is a Sign. Anyone here do it?

SilverSky Tue 21-Jun-11 23:40:13

In the past! Good fun!!

ManateeEquineOhara Wed 22-Jun-11 20:29:05

No but would like to some time! Was it fun in the dream?!

MitchiestInge Thu 23-Jun-11 11:44:15

We were amazing in my dream! Can't find a TREC club within doable reach but maybe could start one, one of my long lost NVQ assessors used to do it and she said it would suit me and brown horse. Had just bought him then!

MitchiestInge Fri 24-Jun-11 23:14:19

Apparently they do it at Topthorn which is only a very short ride away! So my dream probably was a sign!

ManateeEquineOhara Sat 25-Jun-11 08:11:08

YES! Definitely a sign that you must do this and tell us all about it!!! smile I had a really realistic dream recently about jumping a course of really huge jumps, I was doing great, unfortunately with only Dmare these days that is not going to come true smile

BlueChampagne Wed 29-Jun-11 16:33:35

Ditto in the past - great fun, do give it a go if you can. Pairs can be particularly hilarious. Jumps aren't huge and there's always the chance to make up on other obstacles. We always found control of gaits the hardest part. Plus it gives you a bit of variety if you school at home.

SilverSky Wed 29-Jun-11 21:54:00

All the obstacles are optional so if you don't like the look of one or two they tell the marshal and score nil for that obstacle and move on. Easy!

Where are you ? There is a Trec group in the South East which is very active! You can do orienteering practice sans hoss etc etc.

MitchiestInge Wed 29-Jun-11 22:55:24

I'm in Suffolk, right in the middle. So, East rather than S East. Think that was a one off event at Topthorn sad

BlueChampagne Fri 01-Jul-11 13:21:08

They used to do Kelly Marks indoor Trec stuff in the winter at the College of West Anglia Wisbech. Try BHS website?

SilverSky Fri 01-Jul-11 17:36:13

Or try her Intelligent Horsemanship site!

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