‘The Canadian’ Triple Challenge comprises 3 Programs
Each section is a Voluntary, Permanent and Public Record of Achievement
Each section of ‘The Canadian’ Triple Challenge
In all programs:
‘The Canadian’ Program for Excellence relates to
The Program For Excellence comprises evaluation of individual horses against a standard. Evaluation is done by qualified people through electronic submission produced at “home” or at a “gathering”. CRTWH will recognize horses that meet the established standards through evaluating conformation and gaits and will award:
The Training Level Challenge relates to
The Training Level Challenge is a comprehensive program designed to recognize and reward horses at various levels of training. All entrants must successfully complete Basic Skills In Hand before challenging any other area. Three (3) categories of training are identified – HORSEMANSHIP, TRAIL RIDING and DRIVING. Each category is divided into 3 levels. In addition OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES (Dressage, Gymkhana, Reining etc) are recognized. It is the choice of the owner as to which category of training they wish to pursue. Levels may be challenged individually or collectively.
‘The Canadian’ Ultimate Walking Horse Award is the highest honor that will be granted. It will be presented when the horse has satisfied the requirements for the Gold Award in the Program for Excellence, The Basic Skills in Hand, Horsemanship Level 3, and Level 3 as outlined in 2 other categories (Trail Riding, Driving or Optional Activities)
The Ride Your Walker Program relates to
‘The Canadian’ Ride Your Walker Program recognizes the value of the Canadian Registered Tennessee Walking Horse as a valued partner in recreation riding activities. It recognizes the importance of the TWH in leisure activities and promotes the Canadian Registered Tennessee Walking Horse as a “stress reliever”. This annual program recognizes two (2) categories – one horse / one rider; and multiple horses / one rider. In both instances, riders track the number of hours spent with their horse(s) in a CRTWH log book.