Thisisnorthdevon.co.uk - Full Article
September 12 2013
ENDURANCE rider Ginny Gidley praised her "amazing" horse after they helped the South West team win the Celtic Challenge.
Ginny and Desert Kudos, her super-fit nine-year-old horse, finished sixth in a 100-mile race over the Wiltshire countryside.
In a test of speed and stamina against the best from Wales, Scotland and Ireland, they led Devon and Cornwall to first place overall.
Ginny had trained four times a week to ensure they were ready for the arduous task of crossing the terrain of Barbury Castle.
Racing over two days, they had to cover loops up to 20 miles at a time and pass through various checkpoints where the horses were given stringent health checks.
"It's a bit like marathon runners the way you train," said Ginny...
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