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Just three Marlborough riders made the long trip down to Cannington, Cave, last weekend to compete in the South Island Endurance Championships.
Rides were contested on Saturday (160km and 90km) and Sunday (120km and 80km) in perfect conditions.
The CEI 3* 160km ride started at 3am on Saturday and the last riders home finished around 7pm, their ride times around 12 1/2 hours.
The winner was former Marlborough rider Phillip Graham (now Cheviot-based), on seasoned campaigner Wolf Gang Amadeus, his time 9hr 33min.
Also starting in the dark, at 5am, was the CEI 1* 90km Senior and Junior rides.
The winners of these classes finished in exactly six hours, with six horses (four senior and two junior) all galloping for the finish line together...
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