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May 27th, 2016, 01:00AM
Written by Lynn Grierson
RIDERS of varying abilities are encouraged to learn more about an upcoming endurance event in the Avon Valley.
The WA Endurance Riding Association kicks off the season with a challenge on July 30 in Mokine, near Northam.
Co-ordinator Amanda Rayner said organisers were anticipating a big turnout due to the growing popularity of the event in the past two years.
“Local farmers have graciously opened up their properties for the running of this event,” she said.
“This will allow minimal travelling on gravel roads.”
She said the Kep Track and Spencers Brook heritage trail would also be used in the event.
The ride will comprise distances of 80km, 60km, 40km and 20km to cater for qualified endurance riders through to social, trail and pony club riders...
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