Tenterfieldstar.com.au - Full Article
May 22 2013
FOR the Tenterfield Endurance Riders Club, the weekend of May 4-5 was a big one.
It was the 27th consecutive ride the club has staged.
The 210 horses, riders and supporters crammed into our Girard State Forest base and tested our resources, not to mention our plumbing and water supplies, and our ability to organise and manage a ride of this magnitude
It was the second biggest endurance ride held in Australia this year.
Despite several campers managing to spear the underground water pipes with star droppers, and the huge demand on the hot water boiler and our plumbing, the “maintenance crew” managed it all with quiet aplomb.
Then there was the matter of finding, five or six veterinarians and technical support people required for a ride of this magnitude.
The administrative and technical people who kept track of the progress of each horse and rider from 3am to the last rider later in the day...
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