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Last updated 14:59, October 18 2017
An endurance horse rider has been inducted into the Marlborough Sports Hall of Fame.
Renwick woman Tess Wells was added to the region's list of sporting elite at a special ceremony at the Marlborough District Council on Monday.
The South Island champion has just returned from Queensland, Australia after representing Equestrian Sport New Zealand (ESNZ) in the Endurance trans-Tasman challenge.
Wells was named Marlborough Endurance Rider of the year by the Marlborough Endurance Club in July.
Wells said she was "quite nervous" for Monday night's ceremony, but excited to be inducted into the Marlborough Sports Hall of Fame, which is for Marlburians who have competed for New Zealand, in an international event at a senior level.
Her horse Barney was quite a character, with his "own opinion, everything else is a compromise", she said.
"He's not naughty, [he] just has a mind of his own..."
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