Becoming a member of EATG is a great way of meeting like-minded people, keeping up to date with what is happening and of course, receiving discounts on the EATG events that we organise. You can join EATG directly for just £15 a year (on a rolling programme),
the benefits of Joining EATG are:
- Preferential entry fees to all EATG events
- 3rd Party Liability Insurance cover at all EATG events
- Special events just for members
- Some reductions for entry to other Local TREC Club events
- £15 Annual fee on a rolling programme. £5 fee for young riders under 16.
EATG Membership £15 per year
- Benefits for 2020: 3 for 2 for WS competitions; £10 voucher for SS Competitions
- EATG and young riders £5 membership for under 16s
- Membership form – EATG-Membership-Form-2017 JSch
TREC GB Membership
You can join TREC GB by going to www.trecgb.com
You can join TREC GB, the National Body for TREC, where you will be eligible for discounts at the majority of affiliated Club Competitions across the country.
There are 2 levels of membership:
Eligibility for points in National Summer and Winter Championship Leagues Eligibility to ride in TREC GB Championships (if qualified) Discounted entry fees at most competitions
TREC GB Blue Tier Membership
Eligibility for points in National Summer and Winter Championship Leagues
Eligibility to ride in TREC GB Championships (if qualified) Discounted entry fees at most competitions
Members special prizes at some competitions.
Ability to apply for TREC GB places on international TREC training courses
Eligibilty to vote in TREC GB elections
TREC GB Red Tier Membership
All of the above, plus Public Liability Insurance up to £10.000.000
EATG run a League over the Winter Series each year.
Points are awarded for each result in our 4 League Competitions. The Winner receives a special rosette and EATG rug.
2018 winner: Christine Upchurch on Dennis the Menace
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.
If you do not want EATG to use your information in this way please contact us via the contact link above.