Senior Riders` Profiles – Liz Davison

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                                                      Photo courtesy of Steve Wall

Occupation

Soon to be retired  (whoop whoop)

Horse`s name age and breed

Indy 18 years Welsh/TB

Horse`s history, how did they end up being a superstar TREC horse

We have tried lots of different riding disciplines. In 2009 we tried TREC and the rest is history!

How did you get into the sport of TREC?

Bowland TREC group`s “Cartmel Camp” great riding out, training and fun 2009

What do you love about the sport?

It`s a friendly sport

Riding and exploring lots of new places

“A weekend away” I love watching all the different types of horses that take part, it`s such an inclusive sport

What is your favourite phase and why?

Difficult to choose…  POR – spending a “few” hours riding and exploring

PTV – exciting stuff and interesting challenges

What advice would you give someone wanting to get into the sport?

“Give it a go” – try a TREC camp or training day, help judge at a competition and watch what goes on.

And the one moment of TREC you will never forget?

Lots of great TREC moments – White Horse TREC Group Woodhouse Farm TREC 2015 competition – challenging POR with amazing views, great social and BBQ, challenging PTV and our first L4 competition