Monday, April 03, 2017

Australia: Club back after ten years to host endurance ride

TheChronicle.com.au - Full Article

3 April 2017

BONY Mountain on the Darling Downs will play host to five endurance rides this Easter weekend with riders from as far afield as Manilla in New South Wales looking to enjoy the break with their horses and take on the challenging terrain.

The rides - which range between 20 and 80km in distance - have been organised by the Lockyer Valley Endurance Riders (LoVERs) club which was reinstated to host this event after a 10-year sojourn.

Ride organiser Lyndell Abercrombie said she was delighted to see the club reunited and looked forward to welcoming both new and existing endurance riders to the Darling Downs.

"We're thrilled to be back in the saddle, so to speak, to host the LoVERs Endurance Ride and welcome scores of families and their horses to Bony Mountain," Ms Abercrombie said...

Read more here:
https://www.thechronicle.com.au/news/club-back-after-ten-years-host-endurance-ride/3162080/

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