Begadistrictnews.com.au - Full Article
December 5 2017
Kerrie O'Connor and Joel Erickson
Forty-five riders traversed the Murramarang National Park as part of the South Coast Zone Endurance Riders’ training day at Willinga Park on Sunday, December 3.
Riders from the South and Far South Coasts and the ACT chose from 10, 20, or 40-kilometre rides, starting from the Bawley Point equestrian facility.
Ride organiser Clare Feary, of Wandandian, said the sport of endurance riding was accessible to any person.
“It’s a fantastic sport for families to get involved in,” she said. “It welcomes a huge array of people and a huge array of horses.
“There are 70-year-old folk doing 400-kilometre rides, so certainly in these shorter distances almost anyone can take part...”
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