Sunday, March 07, 2010
Great Britain: Endurance stars set out on Kentucky fund-raising routes
Yorkshirepost.co.uk - Full Article
08 March 2010
By Jill Armstrong
ENDURANCE riders and anybody wanting to try it out, have a new series of rides to look forward to this season.
The rides are being organised by Endurance GB to help raise funds to support the British team at this year's World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.
Around 23 Kentucky Rides will be taking place at different venues between now and August. These non-competitive rides will cover a range of distances to suit all levels of experience, from 10 miles to routes of 25 miles.
They are open to non-members and will be an opportunity to ride over some lovely countryside, often over land not normally open to the public. Riders can take part either for pleasure or to prepare for the competition season ahead.
"We have a really talented pool of riders and hope to be sending a strong team to Kentucky," said Jo Claridge, EGB chairman.
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