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Well where do I start.

We purchased Aloha Thee Desperado last April as a stud horse. He had only been with us 2 days and I decided to have a ride with no intention to do much more as he was 15.5 years old but boy was I wrong He loves to work so our journey began. He has done 1x40 and 4 x80km placed in 3 of the 80 km then the Arabian national championships held a endurance horse events so I decided to have a go never to have entered a show in my life and having to school him was hard but rewarding as on the day he did everything right and won reserve champion ridden endurance horse. He is amazing and versatile. He has won in led class. he has won 4 Arabian races with previous owners, placed in endurance and now placed in ridden. I’m so proud of Des.

Please note a small change to the rides at Toongabbie in May and September.
A 5km event has now been added to both weekends' ride menus.
Dust off the kiddies and the ponies and get involved

What an AMAZING adventure we have enjoyed!! It all started about 2yrs ago when there were tentative talks about reprising the infamous Winton to Longreach Endurance Ride.
Growing up in Jericho I was fortunate to start my endurance career participating in rides around Longreach and so had grown up hearing stories about the Winton to Longreach Ride that had run its last race in 1988, the year before I was born. Hearing these stories, reading the articles I vowed that if ever the ride was to take place again I was going come hell or high water!!

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Well, Moyston CFA Endurance has been ridden and completed. Lots of happy campers, some tired horses, riders, strappers, officials and volunteers.

We ran 4 rides across the weekend. 20km & 40km Saturday. 60km elevated and 100km elevated Sunday. There was a total of 80 riders in all with very few non-completions but numerous riders on the Sunday who chose to DNE (did not elevate).