TheAdvocate.com.au - Full Article
July 20 2018
Elliot’s Megan Finn will compete in the 2018 Tom Quilty Gold Cup to be held at Scottsdale in October after completing the five-stage, 160 kilometre Queensland Endurance Riders Association State Championships at Imbil last weekend.
Needing to complete the event to guarantee her place in the Tom Quilty, Finn crossed the finish line in a time of 15 hours and nine minutes to finish ninth in the lightweight category and also finished fifth in the stallion category.
Finn said she found the latter stages of the race very difficult after losing riding companion Linda Lochtenburg, who broke her arm in the fourth of five legs.
“I was so lucky to be riding the first three legs with Linda Lochtenberg, as she helped me through the hardest points of the track and kept me moving forward,” Finn said...
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