Trotting or harness racing involves horses racing at a non-galloping speed driven by men or women on two wheeled sulkies. It grew in Wales in the late 19th century, originally involving Welsh cobs which are still still paraded at Cardigan's annual 'Barley Saturday', competing along roads. With increasing popularity, the races were moved to grass tracks and standard bred horses were imported from America to replace the native breeds.
The Tregaron Trotting Club Festival will feature two days of racing with the Welsh Classic taking place on the Sunday, a highlight of the British Harness Racing Season.
Live entertainment and free admission after 5pm.