Dr Jane Greatorex wins the inaugural Scottish Horseshoe Endurance Ride

26 May 2016

Dr Jane Greatorex, Undergraduate Tutor & Fellow, wins the inaugural Scottish Horseshoe Endurance Ride. This endurance horse ride is 186 km ridden over 2 days (the longest distance ever achieved competitively in the UK) and includes 13,200 ft of climbing for horse and rider. The route consists of two loops, 40km and 50km respectively, starting and finishing at Loch Ness Riding, Dores, repeated on Day 1 and Day 2. Jane's horse, Rusty, also won the best condition prize at the end judged by the vets. Jane received a gold horseshoe award and various sponsorship prizes.

The competition raised funds for South Loch Ness Access Group and the Equine Grass Sickness Fund.
Dr Jane Greatorex and team at Loch NessDr Jane Greatorex at Inverfarigaig

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