From April 13th to April 20th 2013 “The 3rd Annual Crackin’ Cancer Three Waters Horse Trail Ride” with your hosts Kerry, Deb and Steve
Now as you might have guessed yes April might sound like 2 months away but that in reality is only like 7 weeks away even less when you think about the preparations!!
Hard work I hear you say well… this is what you can look forward to on the Friday hmmm I can smell it now…
Have a look at some of the pictures and they pale into comparison when compared to actually being there.
The sights and smells – think roast pig and bacon and eggs and well hmmm ok and don’t think horse shit although there will be that as well.
Now of course the event couldn’t be run without the hard work of many people especially Marshall Fittler (President) and Laurie Cooper (Vice President) from Crackin Cancer. They tirelessly work all year round donating their time on the various Crackin’ Cancer projects. Laurie is on the left and Marshall is in the middle with Dr Sue Page (medical advisor) on the right.
Above is a wide angle shot of some beautiful scenery from last years ride. Remember you get to cover some 25klm plus each day with Wednesday being a rest day. You also get to ride into the town of Glen Innes and have a lovely meal at the pub.
We even get to sing the Crackin Cancer song as well as be entertained by yours truly for several hours each day from late afternoon and best of all raise monies for Cancer Research.
Have a look and listen I realise it was taken on somebodies phone but it’s better than nothing.
On the Wednesday which is normally the rest day there is a presentation by Mark Langley the son of the owner of Three Waters who has a business called Equine Ability and I have to admit he is absolutely brilliant when it comes to horse whispering – his way with horses is something to be watched and amazed by. Mark is on the left, his dad on the right…
You have to see this to believe it seriously
If you come along say hello, if you happen to be in the area then come on out and say hello we are all there for a good cause. It is hard to explain in words about how incredible this week is, all I can say is come along – the experience and friendships developed are well worth it.
Till next time cheers – Leigh