Mudgeeguardian.com.au - Full Article
By Ben Harris May 31, 2013
Horseman John Howe joined an exclusive club on the weekend when he notched up 10,000 kilometres of endurance riding.
The milestone was achieved during the Mudgee Endurance Ride on Sunday.
Howe and his trusty horse Ashbend Perazzi, or Ears as the 12-year-old is known, were given an enthusiastic applause when the pair crossed the finish line.
Howe was only able to celebrate the milestone once the vet gave Ears the all clear after the 83km event.
“I got the thumbs up from the vets and it was absolutely fantastic,” Howe said.
It has been a journey 26 years in the making and one that would not have begun if it weren’t for cricket.
“I was watching the cricket one night and seeing the likes of Allan Border scoring a truckload of runs, and I knew I was never going to be carrying the drinks for Australia so I thought I could be successful at endurance riding,” he said...
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