Wednesday, July 07, 2004

Scotland: Lorraine tops the bill on Lauder ride


THE Scottish Endurance Riding Club ride at Lauder was a great success, with the 50-mile race at the top of the bill.

A ride which approximately takes around seven hours to complete in total, was won by Lorraine Sloan with her horse Manning, from Northern Ireland, who completed the ride at a speed of 8.4 mph and a finish heart rate of 48 to achieve a gold award.

The winner of the Whizz Trophy, which went to the highest placed SERC member and second in the race ride, was Rachel Fothergill on Royal Wonda, who completed the ride at a speed of 7.57 mph and a finish heart rate of 48.


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