Competitive Trail Riding (CTR) consists of a horse and rider team. Veterinarian Judges evaluate and score the horses condition over a set distance of typically 25 – 100 miles, in a set amount of time.
The 2008 Canadian Nationals is hosted on behalf of Trail Riding Alberta Conference (TRAC) and is sanctioned by Canadian Long Distance Riding Association (CaLDRA).
The two-day 80 mile championships has both a provincial team championship and individual championship. The team championship entries are declared by each province. Team members also be CaLDRA members. Individual entries who are not part of a provincial team need not be CaLDRA members.
All CTRs will be run according to CaLDRA rules.
There will be prizes and points for horses participating with the Arabian Horse Association.
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