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KAROLIN MACGREGOR, Tasmanian Country
August 23, 2018
TASMANIAN riders are out to make it a hat-trick at home in the Tom Quilty Gold Cup national endurance championships.
Horse-and-rider combinations from Tasmania have won the prestigious 160km event for the past two years and with a field of strong entrants again this year, the state is in with a good chance.
Last year’s Quilty in South Australia was won by Tasmanian Brooke Brown-Cordell aboard
Tierview Salama from Tunnel.
Miss Brown-Cordell is expected to be one of the frontrunners again this year.
This year’s event, at Jetsonville near Scottsdale in the North-East, will be the 53rd Quilty...
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