Gympietimes.com.au - Full Article
7th Jun 2013 6:37 AM
TODAY sees the Tom Quilty Gold Cup come to Kilkivan.
The endurance ride is arguably the toughest in Australia and was founded by the legendary RM Williams.
Since 1966, long distance competitive horse riding has been an organised sport in Australia.
The Tevis Cup endurance ride, held in the US since 1955, inspired RM Williams to start an Australian long distance race.
At the time he was editor of Hoofs and Horns, Australia's pioneer horse magazine.
Through his magazine, RM Williams extended an invitation to all those interested in conducting Australia's own 100 miles-in-one-day ride...
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