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    Default NCHJA 'c' Shows..TTC, Tri Farms, Bennett bunn etc

    Which of these are the nicer, more competitive, NCHJA 'C' shows.

    -Bennett Bunn Plantation
    -TTC
    -Triangle Farms @ the horse complex

    Also, how are the TTC ones ran? Competitive horses? Nice facilities? etc..



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    What is TTC? We are so fortunate in this area to have quality C shows. The shows at the Horse Complex are usually very well run and competitive. Bennett Bunn shows are lovely too and I'm sure quite competitive.

    The C shows at Sedgefield are very competitive and well run. Andrew Ellis is having a C show at Carolina Horse Park at the end of June which should be a great show.

    Lots of choices. What division are you planning on doing?



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    TTC, Bennett Bunn, The Ark, and the Carolina Mane Event shows aren't ulta competitive. It's mostly little kids on OK horses.

    The Triangle Farms shows are middle of the road competitive, as are the shows at the Carolina Horse Park. Sometimes they fall on the less competitive side, like with the A shows, but I'm sure the C show will be a little better.

    Sedgefield shows are very competitive.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Limerick View Post
    What is TTC? We are so fortunate in this area to have quality C shows. The shows at the Horse Complex are usually very well run and competitive. Bennett Bunn shows are lovely too and I'm sure quite competitive.

    The C shows at Sedgefield are very competitive and well run. Andrew Ellis is having a C show at Carolina Horse Park at the end of June which should be a great show.

    Lots of choices. What division are you planning on doing?
    Thank you! I had never heard of TTC either but it stands for Thoroughbred Training Center. Are they having any more at the horse park this year besides the one this month?



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    Check out www.carolinahorsepark.com They have another C show in September as well as three more A shows.



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    I have evented at TTC -- they have a nice ring and lovely jumps, the stadium course was very nice.



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    I would stay Sedgefield is going to be one of the most competitive series. I have never done a rated show at TTC--did an schooling hunter show there once, done their jumper and dressage shows a few times. Nice place, but felt the classes were over priced and they gave out the cheapest ribbons. That was 10 years ago, so things may have changed.



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    TTC is definitely not known for their tough competition, but the facilities are lovely and the show is well run. I have not done their rated shows but we do their schooling hunter shows with my wee ones and green beans.
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