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What is Tracking-Up!

Tracking-Up! was launched in 2003 and is used to manage the organisation of riding tests. It handles pre show day organisation, building up a database of Riders, Horses and Judges, allocating bridle numbers, creating classes and managing start times. Information on sponsors for a show and/or classes can also be included for display and distribution on result sheets.
Tracking-Up! caters for pre-notified competitor's requests, such as: "She's my commander, I can't ride next to her"; "I want an early slot"; "I want a late slot"; "We're all on the same lorry".
Tracking-Up! can identify when there isn't sufficient time for a rider to change horses between rides.
A list of entries can be produced with check boxes to be ticked when competitors phone for times. The entry list and class schedules can also be exported ready to email or import into your own website.
On the day Tracking-Up! will enable judge's (judges') scores for each competitor to be added up and then validated. Competitors' scores can then be ranked and a results sheet printed for each class. Results can also be exported in a number of formats, including one suitable for British Dressage.
Tracking-Up! is FREE, although donations towards website and development costs will always be appreciated!.

Can you afford to be without such a modern productivity tool?
Send donations, made payable to: S. James & L. Stearn, at: Tracking-Up!, View Farm,
Dunsland Cross, Brandis Corner, Holsworthy, Devon, EX22 7YH or use PayPal    
 Tracking-Up! works with all your favourite Dressage and Riding Tests:
R.D.A. and Para-
Equestrian
British Dressage
F.E.I.
British Riding Clubs The Pony Club
British Eventing
British Horse Driving Trials Association
Side Saddle Association
E.F.A.
 

 The inclusion of a test in Tracking-Up! implies no right to use. No test may be used without the appropriate authority of the issuing organisation.

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