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Fun Classes And TradGames!

The TGCA presents

Galloping Geldings, Motoring Mares, Speedy Stallions, competing in:



The TGCA TradGames



TradAgility, TradTrek, TradGymkhana, TradBall, TradDogs

 

KINDLY SPONSORED BY:

ENTRIES TAKEN ON THE DAY


Click HERE for Games schedule

TradAgility


Ring 4                                 Judge: Danielle Chandler                Start time: 8:30 Pm Prompt


Fee £5 per round or 4 rounds for £15


Class       In Hand

Class       Agility


No set times, arrive when convenient within the published times. Course is timed and 5 seconds deducted for any obstacles missed or not completed correctly. You may take part in both ridden and in hand and have multiple attempts.

Fastest top six in each section to go into the Evening Gala for presentation of In Hand and Ridden Agility Championship. Leader board on display outside the ring so you can see your time and go again.

TradTrec


Ring 4                               Judge: Theresa Fryer               Start time: 8:30 Pm Prompt


Fee £5 per round or 4 rounds for £15


Class        In Hand

Class        Ridden


No set times, arrive when convenient within the published times. You may have multiple attempts.


TGCA TradTrec is based on Le Trec . This is aimed at giving people a taste for Le Trec and to have fun whilst demonstrating obedience and versatility. The competition will consist of two parts, The MA (Maîtrise des Allures) or Control of Paces and the PTV (Parcours en Terrain Varié) or Obstacle Course. There are two classes, in hand/lead rein and ridden. Rules:

  • Tack – any suitable bit. 
  • No fixed martingales or reins.
  • Boots may be worn. 
  • Body protector is recommended. 

  • No whips or spurs.
  • At the end of the competition the points gained in each of the two phases are totaled and the highest total wins.


Part 1 - Control of Paces


Points are determined by the time taken for each pace. You are allowed three attempts to enter corridor, after which a zero score is applied. The timing will be started when the horse’s chest/shoulder crosses the start line and stopped when the horse’s chest/shoulder crosses the finish line.

In Hand and Lead Rein You have to trot down a measured corridor as slowly as possible then turn around and walk back as fast as possible without leaving the corridor or breaking pace. 

Ridden You have to canter down a measured corridor as slowly as possible then turn around and walk back as fast as possible without leaving the corridor or breaking pace. 


Part 2 – Obstacle Course


The course will be the same layout for both in hand/lead rein and ridden competitors.

There is a maximum time of 5 minutes to do the course in and it is timed from start to finish. Time penalties are added if you go over 5 minutes. There are no marks awarded for the fastest time. Each obstacle is worth up to 10 points. It is marked by positive scoring so you are allowed to miss out obstacles.

Top six in each section to go into the Evening Gala for final results of In Hand and Ridden TradTrek Championship.

TradGymkhana


£5 per race or all 7 races for £25


Ring 4                                    Judge: Theresa Fryer                Start time: 2 pm


Each class will be run in the following sections:


  • Lead rein and children aged 4 - 11
  • 12 years to 16 years
  • 17 years and above


Rules:

    • Whips and spurs not allowed. 
    • Stallions may only take part in the 17 and over section.
    • Points are awarded for those placed 1st to 6th.
    • At the end of the races, the highest points top six will be invited into the evening gala for presentation of the Championship.


    See schedule for games

     
     
     

    TradBall


    £5 per player. Open to mares and geldings, No stallions.



    Come and have a kick about, teams may be assembled prior to TOYS or set up at TOYS.


    Final to be held in the evening Gala on Thursday 2nd


    TradDogs and TradDog Agility sponsored by Charlotte Pursey


    £5 per class or all 7 classes for £25


    How special do you think YOUR cob is? Compete in the TradDog to showcase how amazing they are!!

    1. Waggiest Tail

    2. Best Trick

    3. Prettiest Bitch

    4. Handsomest Dog

    5. Dog Judge would most like to take home

    6. Scruffiest Dog

    7. Fancy Dress