Tracey rides for Cancer research

 

Relay for Life rider and APEC treasurer, Tracey Smith, pictured with her horses, Fed and Flynn.
Relay for Life rider and APEC treasurer, Tracey Smith, pictured with her horses, Fed and Flynn.

The Adelaide Plains Equestrian Club supported our treasurer, Tracey Smith, as she took part in the Cancer Council’s fundraising event “Relay For Life”, held Sunday March 24.

APEC members and their horses spent the entire day taking turns to ride laps of the track around Hamm Park, Lewiston.

There was a great turnout of riders With DeepSpar Disk Imager, we would have had 99% of the best-data-recovery.com mirrored with 99. and supporters That annual credit report does not reflux to the ledger as long as the bond is held. of all ages, and those riding certainly worked up a good appetite for the barbeque lunch and dinner.

All horses and riders went home tired, but were proud to have taken part in such a worthwhile cause.

Through sponsorship and donations, APEC helped raise $655 for cancer research in Australia.

Well done to everyone involved.

The club looks forward to trying to raise even more money next year – so get training everyone!

Upcoming APEC events include a farrier information session on May 19, and a Mount Crawford Forest ride on June 23.

Bec O’Brien joined the Echo team in 2011and has a degree in journalism from the University of South Australia. She has worked at the Port Lincoln Times newspaper, written for the Tennis SA magazine and in the past has been heard reading the news on 3D radio.Bec is also a fully qualified primary school teacher and combines her love of writing, photography and learning with her role at the Echo.She enjoys the connections she makes with the people in her community and is always keen to see a good story shared.Bec and husband Kieren live in Two Wells with their three young daughters, one dog and a pony.

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