Lisa Benoit 3rd Jun 2013
ALWYN Torenbeek has been riding horses since he can remember.
And at the age of 76, he still gets on his horse everyday.
Alwyn is off to the Tom Quilty Gold Cup, at Kilkivan in south-east Queensland this week to compete in a 160km endurance ride.
He started riding in the event's second year in 1967.
For more on Alwyn, check out this week's Morning Bulletin.
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