Gympietimes.com.au - Full Article
Arthur Gorrie | 15th Jul 2016
THE equestrian world has come to Imbil forest this weekend, to experience Australia's first purpose-built endurance riding centre.
The centre, headquarters of the newly formed Sterling Crossing Endurance Association, was a cow paddock only 12 weeks ago.
But it has been a big 12 weeks, club founder and endurance ride organiser Matthew Sample told The Gympie Times.
"We've spent millions," he said. "We've done a lot in a very short time."
"We've only employed local workers and tradies," he said.
"A lot of fertiliser," he explained as he spoke of the transformation he has overseen, to get the 59-hectare property up to scratch for the internationally accredited 2016 Equestrian Australian Endurance Championships...
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