2019 EATG Summer Newsletter

Jill’s South Coast Challenge: what Jill got up to in the summer or 2019

GGs South Coast Challenge write up (1)

 

GDPR EATG Privacy Policy Update 2018 EATG is working on the EATG Privacy Policy in line with the requirements of the GDPR law and will soon have it on line. Please note EATG does not share information about our members and competitors except to contact you about EATG and related events and to publish results, online, with TREC GB and in the Equine press. We also include photos taken at events by authorised photographers. If you do not want EATG to use your information in this way please contact us via the contact link below.

On going EATG News

Membership News

For WS 2019-20 3 for 2 entries
SS 2020 £10 voucher towards cost of entry

EATG WS League

The winner for 2018 was Christine Upchurch on Dennis the Menace; 2nd Jackie Beazley; 3rd Amanda Snowden; 4th Abbey Brotherton

EATG Volunteer Awards

The winners for 2018 were Jade and Christine Schofield who won a £50 voucher each and Colin and Charmaine Cooper who won a £25 voucher each.

Trec GB News

TREC GB National Championship dates 2020

  • Levels 2-4 to be announced
  • L1 latest: To be held in the EATG area – more to come

Other TREC GB News

See the Flu vaccine info below, this applies to all entries until further notice.

EATG Sponsors

Our Sponsor for Rosettes for 2020

Horseshoo Equine Transport ‘Moving yards, vets, clinics, beach trips. Even 24hr Emergency callout!

Chrissie Upchurch: 07577 683184
Facebook: Horseshootransport

Important for you to know: TREC GB Equine Flu 2019:

Unfortunately, as widely publicised, there have been outbreaks of equine flu over the past few months, and as per the website, TREC GB has issued a protocol to be followed for any competitions/training/events run under the TREC GB banner. Please be aware as a competitor that these are minimum requirements, and the actual event venue may have tighter rules (i.e. vaccinations at 6 monthly intervals). The Board of TREC GB would like to promote, as best practice, the following: Copies of passports with vaccinations (including the correct information PRIOR to 2014, i.e. the first 2 injections within the correct time, and all subsequent ones done on or within the 365-day timescale every year from 2014 to the present, OR a new course started from 2014, again with every booster on or within 365 days). This should be sent to the organiser/secretary as soon as possible, so checks can be made, and if necessary, a new course can be started. No horse/pony can attend a TREC GB event unless the 2 primary vaccinations have been done and this requires a minimum of 28 days to complete.

Help! Please help us run EATG competitions and events. We can’t do it without you!

EATG run a points Competition. Winners announced at our AGM in March.
2018 Winners: Christine and Jade Schofield £50 Vouchers To contact EATG use the email link below

TREC is a sport intended to test the skills of a horse and rider in planning and excecuting a long distance ride in unfamiliar country. It is originated in France as a way of testing and improving the skills of trail ride leaders, and was introduced into the UK in the early 1990s.

We are affiliated to TREC GB the controlling body for TREC in the UK.

East Anglia TREC group welcomes new members and any type of horse can compete.

GDPR EATG Privacy Policy Update 2018 EATG is working on the EATG Privacy Policy and the TREC GB policy, in line with the requirements of the GDPR law and will soon have it on line. Please note EATG does not share information about our members and competitors except to contact you about EATG and related events and to publish results, online, with TREC GB and in the Equine press. We also include photos taken at events by authorised photographers.

If you do not want EATG to use your information in this way please contact us via the contact link above.

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