Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Australia: Quilty looks positive

Ground Jury Ieva Roberts who travelled from Western Australia
and South Australian Endurance Riders Association president
Sarah Adams at the ride that was based at Bungaree Station.

Northernargus.com.au - Full Article


About 40 endurance riders from South Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria made their way to the Bungaree Station last Saturday and Sunday (October 24, 25).

The South Australian Endurance Riders Association held the first Clare Cup throughout the valley over the weekend.

"It has been the most beautiful setting and we must thank the land owners Tom and Sal Hawker they have been fantastic.

"Riders have said it is a challenging and beautiful course," president of the SAERA Sarah Adams said.

Endurance riders had the choice of three different legs, the 'Black leg' that headed north from Bungaree at a distance of 37.5 kilometres, 'Red Leg' that headed east through Emu Rock and was 35.5 kilometres and the third leg was the 'blue leg' that went through Bungaree and headed out 20 kilometres toward Blyth.


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