Mudgeeguardian.com.au - Full Article
John Howe would never know the feeling of scoring a century in an Ashes Test at Lords but winning the Best Managed Horse award at the annual Shahzada ride could come close.
The Green Gully horseman was the “overall winner” of the ultimate endurance event.
He becomes the third local in five years to win the event’s top award after Garry Bennett in 2009 and Sue Todd in 2010.
Howe, who achieved his 10,000 kilometres rug at the Mudgee Endurance Ride in May, was stunned to be named the winner of Shahzada.
“I was absolutely speechless. It was a big surprise,” he said.
“I came to Shahzada hoping to get my ninth buckle because I’m 60 next year and I always want to get my 10th when I turn 60..."
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