This is a classroom based clinic – no horses required!
Information covered is as follows.

What is TREC and where did it come from
What are the 3 phases of TREC
An in-depth look at each of the 3 phases
Equipment requirements, scoring principles, judging criteria etc
Examples and exercises to enhance understanding
What next?

This clinic lasts between 4 and 5 hours and at the end of this time you should have all the information needed to start up in TREC or organise an event. The minimum number of participants is 6 and the maximum is really dependent on available facilities. AEFL staff can travel to any suitable venue although travel costs would be extra depending on distance (from Melbourne, Victoria).

All information provided on the clinic is based on the guidelines used by the British Horse Society in the UK as TREC is not recognised by EA. The BHS adheres to the rules as dicatated by the governing body FITE and as such are recognised as being of international standard.

AEFLIntroduction to TREC