TheAdvocate.com.au - Full Article
18 May, 2012
A STRONG contingent of Coastal endurance riders are gearing up for this year's Tom Quilty Cup at St Helens.
The Australian Endurance Championships will be held from June 8-10, with a strong presence of Coastal riders expected to tackle the gruelling 160km ride, including Turners Beach rider Fran Jordan.
At 66, this will be Jordan's first Quilty, where she will ride her nine-year-old gelding Tierview Saadat (known as Louie).
"I've always wanted to compete in the Tom Quilty," Jordan said yesterday.
"I only took up endurance riding three years ago and because the Quilty is only in Tasmania once every seven years, as it is shared around the states and territories, this will be my first and probably last opportunity to compete in it."
Jordan successfully qualified Tierview Saadat after completing the 160km qualifying ride, the 2011 Sassafras Endurance Ride, in July.
Tierview Saadat secured the best lightweight and best conditioned horse at that ride...
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