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Ben Freeburn, 10, completed his first 80km endurance ride in 8.5 hours and he's keen to saddle up again as the Colbrook Challenge comes to town
May 18 2018
by Michelle Smith
When you saddle your horse and head off on an 80km endurance ride before dawn, you quickly realise you’re not the only thing moving through the forest as your head lamp picks up the reflective eyes of all the other creatures active in the dark.
Some might find it creepy but 10-year-old Blakeville rider Ben Freeburn finds it calming.
The Ballarat Grammar pupil recently completed his first 80km endurance ride in 8.5 hours, including a five minute nap while his horse Teddy continued on the course.
To qualify for the 80km distance, Ben and Teddy had completed two 40km rides earlier in the year...
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