Segovia, a bit of history

published the 05/08/2016 | 9h09

Segovia, a bit of history

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It is no wonder that the World Championships of TREC 2016 organizers have chosen the Roman aqueduct of Segovia as conspicuous emblem of the event.  This aqueduct, to the remarkable state of conservation, which figure among the buildings the best preserved of Spain and all the Roman world, logically represents the symbol of Castilian city, capital of the province of Segovia, autonomous community of Castile-Leon.

Segovia, city of more than 50,000 inhabitants, inscribed on the World Heritage list of UNESCO since 1985, has furthermore - with Alcazar that attests to its eminent role of stronghold dating back to Celtic times, its countless churches, many monasteries and many other treasures, palaces and stately homes, from the time the city was the capital of the wool industry of the Kingdom of Castile - an extraordinary architectural historic capital.

110 competitors from 14 nations - Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany,  Great-Britain, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands,  Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and USA - will participate in these Championships. 44 of them compete for the title in the young riders category and 66 in the senior category.

Centaure 2019

The legendary three days, three nights Raid Centaure POR will take place this year in Llagostera, Spain, from February 8th to 10th. All information at links below.

Reglement

Reglamento

Regulation

Fiches d'inscription/Registration form 

EuroWorld championship of TREC  

The TREC EuroWorld Championships took place on the 30 August to the 1st September 2018 in Bracciano, Italy.

This event gathered 90 riders from 18 nations. Two countries were represented off competition, China and Russia.

Details results of Seniors European championship can be found here.

Details results of Young riders World championship can be found here. 

 

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European Championships of Working Equitation

The European Championships of Working Equitation took place in Eersel, Netherland from 23 to 26 August 2018. 

Four nations were represented in seniors and young riders levels for a total close to 40 riders in competition. 

All results can be found here. 

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Sustainable development

The FITE made practical worksheets to help organisers to create sustainable equestrian events.

Find all complete sheet here

FEI

Memorandum of Understanding FITE-FEI

Contact

FITE - Parc Equestre Fédéral - La Colonie

41600 - Lamotte

FRANCE

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