Tenterfieldstart.com.au - Full Article
June 26, 2013
THE weekend of June 7-10 saw the running of the 48th Tom Quilty Gold Cup.
This year’s event was held in Queensland (the event moves from state to state each year) in the small township of Kilkivan in the South Burnett district.
Kilkivan has been hit with three major floods in the last 18 months but despite this the small community managed to host an excellent event with help from sponsors and local government support to rebuild many of the buildings lost in those floods.
Five members of the Tenterfield endurance-riding club attended with their horses plus support crew to take up the national challenge.
They joined 245 other riders from across Australia and several international riders. Greg Lyons was riding Chingford Just Dreaming, Narelle Childs was riding Halo Kazaam, Damien Keys was riding Elfar Karnella, Michael Combe wasriding Nasr and Caroline Windle was riding Sarina Rosetta.
This year, the weather was unseasonably warm, but at midnight on Friday, June 7, riders headed out into the night on the first leg of the five-leg course.
The course without doubt was a true “Quilty” course. The conditions and terrain were challenging which led to a low successful completion rate of only 43 per cent...
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