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Published on August 19, 2013
ALBERTON – Green Cart day in Alberton proved to be the biggest challenge Monday for some of the young riders on the first leg of their 145-kilometre horseback riders. Five Trailblazers with the Handibear Hills Horse Sanctuary Youth Club are using the ride to help fulfill the requirements of their Duke of Edinburgh Challenge Program.
They left St. Felix shortly before 10 a.m. Monday and arrived at the Prince County Exhibition Fair Grounds in Alberton just after 2 p.m., travelling mostly cross-country and on dirt roads where possible. The horses were being stabled at the fairgrounds Monday night and their riders were staying with them.
Today, Tuesday, the group will ride to Port Hill, travelling mostly along Highway 12.
Big transfer trucks are a concern admitted Ashley Crombie, 22, who was riding Image, 15.
“You have to talk to them,” she said of the need to keep their horse calm. “I just say, ‘easy girl...’”
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