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TREC: Top 10 tips for success

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Jane Barden, 21 January 2010 12:09

1 Phase 1 POR: Many a POR has been ‘won’ or ‘lost’ in the map room! Depending on your level, you only have between 10 and 20 minutes to copy your course from a master map. It may sound a lot, but carelessness – an error of just millimetres – could cost you dozens of points. So don’t waste precious ...

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TREC: The competition structure

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Jane Barden, 21 January 2010 12:04

Phase 1: Parcours d’Orientation et de Régularité (POR)This phase is map-reading on horseback. It’s not a race as the speed between checkpoints is set by the organisers – in fact competitors can lose points for going too fast as well as too slowly. Beginners tackle a course of up to 12km but anything up to 45km is usual at championship ...

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TREC: What is TREC?

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Jane Barden, 21 January 2010 11:49

TREC is a unique test of horse and rider partnership that appeals equally to novices and champions alike. Just about anyone can have a go, on any type of horse or pony, as an individual, pairs or even teams. What’s on trial is not the beauty of your horse or his jumping talent or even his speed but his versatility, ...