TheAdvocate.com.au - Full Article
12 July 2017
Staverton’s Debbie Grull has once again tasted success at the prestigious Tom Quilty Gold Cup.
Grull and her horse and her horse Lauralyn Notorious finished equal second in the middleweight division of the the 160 kilometre endurance event held over the weekend.
Grull and Lauralyn Notorious finished the course in 11 hours and 11 minutes after starting at midnight on Friday, backing up after last year’s win in the event.
This year’s event was held in Wirrina Cove in South Australia, with strong winds and rain an obstacle on what was already going to be a tough course.
“We are quite pleased with how we did,’’ she said this week.
“We also won the Shareym award for the horse with the most consecutive buckles at the Quilty and the Newbridge Trophy as the first registered horse across the line...”
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