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Trevor Walton knows all about endurance riding.
The 71-year-old is a national champion in his chosen sport, receiving the award at a special function in Christchurch last Saturday night.
There's no engine power, just good old horse power with Walton claiming the New Zealand endurance title on his 12-year-old Arab gelding, Lotus Blue Moon.
Walton, who has a block of land near Bell Block, had the best points tally in the national series, beating competitors young enough to be his grandchildren.
Riders had to compete in at least five races in the series, over distances between 40km and 79km.
"You take your best five rides over the year from rides in different areas and different types of terrain . . . from Wairarapa to Pukekohe. I'm up against riders from 21 or 22 right through. I was the oldest rider competing in the series," he said yesterday...
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