A duo from Carmarthenshire celebrated their second win on the bounce at the BHS TREC Welsh Championships last weekend (16-17 June).
Theresa Nazer and Pauline Crossland, both from Carmarthenshire, scored a decisive victory in the Level 2 pairs category to take the competition for the second year in a row.
The Pembrokeshire event, which was sponsored by Chevron, attracted almost 100 competitors from all over the country. There were a record number of entries for Level 2, with Nottinghamshire-based Rachael Wilmot and her Fell pony Grindle taking the individual title.
Helen Weston and Sarah Thurnell (pictured right) took the Level 3 pairs class, meaning that Helen now holds all four TREC championship titles.
Deborah Swan from Hampshire notched up her first championship when taking the Level 4 class for the most advanced competitors. Deborah and her ride Urban Legend picked up a bronze medal at the European TREC Championships last September.
TREC is a competition that is designed to test rider and horse combinations through a range of activities, including orienteering, control of paces and a cross-country course.