Country Tough Trail Versatility (CT2V) is a competition association in Missouri! It is a combination of trial, ranch horsemanship, and natural obstacles. A jacket series is scheduled for five months in 2021: March, April, May, July, and August. The national championship is scheduled for October 1-3, 2021. In addition to 30” ribbons at each competition and buckles for champion and reserve champion for each division at the national championship, a new award has been added for 2021!
Nominations for the Sportsmanship Award will be accepted all year long. This award is designed to celebrate not the most popular competitor, but the most uplifting and supportive competitor! Good sportsmanship makes the sport more enjoyable by every person. Being a good sport means being a humble winner and never a sore loser. The level of sportsmanship can make or break an organization. For this reason, CT2V wants to celebrate individuals that embody the highest level of sportsmanship. Winning this award will be more prestigious than winning the division titles. To ensure the award is not a popularity competition among the competitors, the National Advisory Board will determine the winners with a majority vote.
CT2V has managed a 200% growth in the past two years. With the influx of participants, we want to maintain the wholesomeness feel of the competition. The focus on sportsmanship is the exact proactive element to ensure continual growth of the association while harboring the true lessons from a horse competition. It is never about the ribbon and it is all about the relationship with the equine and time spent with friends and family.
If you would like to get involved, check us out at www.country-tough.com