Waitaki Herald : October 22nd 2014
12 WAITAKI HERALD, OCTOBER 22, 2014 Run!: Tessa Sutcliffe keeps an eye out for zombie Rory Foley at Knottingley Park in Waimate as she prepares for next month’s Walk. Zombie Run/ Photos: SUPPLIED/ BELINDA DOCHERTY Undead: Rory Foley is ready to scare at Waimate’s Zombie Run next month. Dale Myler NEWS Coming to Christchurch In Conjunction with Zilco NZ Ltd & Clarke McKenzie Saddlery Christchurch Seminar: Addington Raceway Events Centre Sunday 30 November 6.30pm. Cost only $10.00 each Christchurch Horse & Rider Clinic Weedons Monday 01 Dec restricted to 8 lessons Cost only $100 per rider and $10.00 each welcome observer. Lunch provided. Contact Clarke McKenzie Saddlery for more details and ticket sales Tel (03) 323 6536 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org The Mylers have designed an entire bitting system to effectively communicate with any horse at any level of training. Based on bitting a horse appropriately through his training, the system works by releasing points of pressure and using softer bits as the horse progresses. Clarke McKenzie 802 Main North Road Belfast, Christchurch 8051 Phone: (03) 323 6536 www.clarkmckenzie.co.nz Everything Equestrian Horrific run hopes for a big turnout By DANIEL BIRCHFIELD email@example.com Zombie Run/Walk at Knottingley Park in Waimate. Organiser Rory Foley said A there’s plenty of people from Waimate and beyond keen to take part in the event. ‘‘There has been huge interest. I’d say there will be 200-odd people who are going to be competing.’’ The day will act as a fundraiser for Oamaru’s Jasmine Rule who heads to Cairo, n estimated 200 runners will attempt to dodge the undead at next month’s Egypt in December for the women’s golf croquet world championships. Those competing will wear a tag on each thigh and attempt to complete a two kilometre course featuring several obstacles, similar to an assault course. However, those obstacles are nothing compared to the most challenging ones of all. ‘‘There will be 30-plus zombies trying to drag the tags off you,’’ said Foley. If successful, Foley believes the Zombie Run/Walk, which he says is extremely popular in the United States, will return. ‘‘We’re really keen to make this a long-term thing,’’ he said. The event is open to people 13 years of age and over. However, Foley said those under the age of 16 require their parents permission. The cost is $10 per person or $40 for a team of five with a gold coin donation for those keen to watch the action, which gets underway at 1pm on November 8. Runners and walkers can register on the day. The Zombie Run/Walk is the brainchild of Studholme farmer Rory Foley, the mind behind the Studholme Maize Maze and the Waimate Asylum Horror House attractions. VETLIFE Free Entry Oamaru A&P Show Grounds, Sunday November 9th at 10.30am Classes: Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Mice/Rats, Cats, Dogs, Lambs, Sheep, Goats, Calves, Horses, Other. Age groups will be decided on day dependant on numbers on all groups apart from calves. Ribbons to 5th place in all sections and all children will receive a sweet treat for participation. Calves: Two age groups, 10 and under, Over 10 under 17 Classes: Care, Condition and Grooming • Leading • Knowledge The calf classes will be the start of the World Wide Sires Accumulator Pet Calf competition running in conjunction with Southern Canterbury A&P ( Nov 22nd ) and North Otago A&P ( February 28th ). Points will be collected in each class and also for Champion and Reserve in each age group. Any bred of animal can be entered including Beef, this class will not be judged on conformation. For more information in this competition please contact Katrina Kelly 4346422 or look on the North Otago Calf Club or North Otago A&P page on Facebook. Dog Trial Day 16th November 9-30am at the Showgrounds 6361173AA Lamb Drinking Race (please bring bottles with 300mls of milk) Fancy Dress All Pets Dog Agility Demonstration BBQ Lunch available followed by Scruffs Dog Show at 1pm.
October 15th 2014
October 29th 2014