Horseandhound.co.uk - Full Article
11 January, 2016
The future of Britain’s most famous endurance ride has been secured thanks to the appointment of a new event organiser, but the ride will not go ahead this year.
Exmoor’s Golden Horseshoe celebrated its 50th anniversary last year (17-19 May), but the continuation of the event hung in the balance after its long-serving committee chose to step down.
The committee, headed by Barbara Wigley, was struggling to find a replacement team.
However, Mrs Wigley confirmed to H&H that a new organiser had stepped in and the ride is expected to continue in 2017.
“It’s not running this year, but we think it will run next year,” Mrs Wigley told H&H.
“I’m really pleased — it is a nice feeling. The person who is taking it on is getting a new committee together.”
Mrs Wigley said she will be able to confirm the name of the new organiser and further information on the future of the ride in March...
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