Thursday, September 28, 2017

Australia: State championships heading to Woodstock - Full Article

27 Sep 2017

One hundred miles ridden on a horse in one day is an amazing feat in itself and that is exactly what will be occurring during the October long weekend at Woodstock.

Riders and horses have 24 hours to complete the ‘100 Miles In One Day’ and the Lachlan Endurance Riders Club (LERC) are excited to welcome horses, riders, volunteers, spectators and many others.

There is much experience and depth in LERC’s amazing committee, as they are not strangers to running championship events. They have run the state championships in 1995, 1997 and 2010, as well as having run the Tom Quilty National Championships back in 2003. The club often takes on zone championship events also.

The championship ride commences at 1am (ESDT) Sunday, October 1 and the course closes 1am Monday, October 2. The course will be a mixture of gravel laneways, fat lamb country, paddocks, cropping country and good verges along bitumen in small sections...

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