Gympietimes.com.au - Full Article
1 May 2013
THE closing date to nominate for Australia's international endurance horse ride, the Tom Quilty Gold Cup, has been extended to May 15.
The 48th Tom Quilty Gold Cup will be held at Kilkivan from June 7-9, hosted by the Kilkivan Endurance Riders Club (KERC).
To qualify for the "Quilty", riders must successfully complete a 160km ride prior to the event.
Several lead-up endurance rides were cancelled due to unprecedented weather events including repeated heavy rains and flooding in south-east Queensland since January.
The most recent cancellation was the Far-A-Way endurance carnival, due to have been held at Imbil over Easter.
KERC president, Vern Berry said nominations to date for the Quilty were down on expectations because many key qualifying rides had been washed out...
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