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2007 Monpazier CEI***/** 160km/120km


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Karin Boulanger and Armia - First to Finish 160km!

1BEL15.83313:28:45Karin BOULANGERARMIA
2FRA15.60213:37:37 Marilyn LEMOINEKRAK II
3FRA15.60113:37:39Pierre Marie MORVANLARRA D'EN SICRE
4FRA14.81614:09:52Laetitia GONCALVESKALMOUK DES
5BRN14.80214:10:28Delphine JOHNSONWALIDA
6FRA14.80114:10:30BETTY MARTINJIVAGO
7FRA14.23714:35:52Julien GOACHETLUBIANA DE COAT
8FRA14.22614:36:23CELINE REYLOZERE DE COURBONS
9FRA14.22614:36:23Francoise BALEMBOIS VOGLERJAHMAN
10FRA13.02915:37:38Jose BLANCHARDJOURIKA D?ALAYRAC
11BEL13.02615:37:46 Michel LEQUARREKWINJY


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A Monpazier story - Basil de Milo

For a dedicated follower of french rides there has been a lot of pleasure this year to be found in contrasts. The age spread has meant that two riders with over fifty years between their ages can race for the line together, sometimes on horses with seven years separating them. The weather over here can offer extremes with the race starting some twenty degrees (centigrade) lower than the finish. These kind of details are manna to the endurance reporter who otherwise can struggle to find an interesting way to tell the readers that Tom's horse overtook Dick's mare then Harry overtook both of them.

The seventh running of the Monpazier 160k ride, held on Friday 21st September, although smoothly organised, offered nothing exceptional for the spectator. It was as if all the riders were following a scripted manual. Thirty six combinations started just before dawn which included five 'etrangers' (literal translation is strangers) and the best known French rider ? Jack Begaud.

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