GympieTimes.com.au - Full Article
20 Dec. 2017
by Rowan Schindler
TOUGH: Gayle Holmes competed at the 2017 Tom Quilty (160km), in South Australia in July (160km), with a broken hand and had only just come back from a shattered foot.
The 56-year-old Widgee-based Holmes recently did the seemingly unthinkable by winning a host of state and national riding titles straight off the back of a serious injury.
Holmes, who has represented Australia at the World Equestrian Games, had her foot shattered when a horse kicked her last year.
The injury required the surgical insertion of a metal plate and seven screws.
She climbed back on after just several months and picked up the Queensland State Distance Rider and Points Rider awards, the State Distance Horse and Points Horse, won the Collier Cup, equal first place as National Distance Rider, second in National Points, second in Horse Points and third in Distance...
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