CountryTimes.co.uk - Full Article
10th June 2019
By Anwen Parry
A HORSE named Herbie won the 40th Man v Horse race in Llanwrtyd Wells.
The largest horse race in Britain saw 650 runners try to outrun 60 horses over a 22-mile course on Saturday, June 8.
Ilkley Harriers' runner Jack Wood, from Yorkshire, was the fastest human to complete the course at Maes y Gwaelod in two hours, 23 minutes and 39 seconds. His finishing time was faster than the winning horses from the previous two years.
Jack said: "It's a great course, great organisation so thank you."
Woottonheath Herbie, ridden by Mark Adams from the New Forest, crossed the finishing line and won the race in two hours 18 minutes and 34 seconds.
Had he beaten the horse, Mr Wood would have been the third person ever to do so since the competition started in 1980...
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