Horseandhound.co.uk - Full Article
5 September, 2015
Devon eventer Mary King is “excited” about a new 100km trail ride across Dartmoor.
The Dartmoor Derby, taking place next September, is inspired by the Mongol Derby, but will be less gruelling.
It will take in open moorland, gorse, forests and ancient stone circles.
Riders can take their own horses or ride borrowed mounts on the three- to five-day ride.
“We’ve had guests from all over the world riding with us and the feedback we’ve had is that Dartmoor is fantastic,” Elaine Prior of organisers Liberty Trails told H&H.
“There are vast areas that can only be seen if you are a keen rider.”
While the ride is long-distance — participants will cover at least 100km in total — it is not a race and combinations do not need endurance experience.
A pilot event over 80km will take place later this month (24-28 September) before next year’s full ride, with 15 places open to the public...
Read more at http://www.horseandhound.co.uk/news/mary-king-welcomes-launch-of-100km-dartmoor-derby-508635#Q345SpG4ivILEuGl.99
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