Tenterfieldstar.com.au - Full Article
July 9 2019
One of the biggest events on the endurance riding calendar is set down for this weekend and four Tenterfield competitors will take on the gruelling ride.
Tom Quilty Gold Cup is the annual national championship event for equestrian endurance.
The 160 kilometre ride rotates between states and this year will be hosted at Imbil in Queensland by Stirling's Crossing Endurance Club.
Local vet Luke Annetts will be aiming for his 11th Quilty buckle when the ride gets underway at 12am on Friday.
Last year, Annetts and Glen Innes-bred Churinga Taboo were the fifth heavyweight pairing over the line and received the prestigious best conditioned award in their division.
He and Churinga Taboo are heading to Imbil for this year's event...
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