Bicentennial National Trail on Wild Horses with Alienor Le Gouvello : TPZ 149

Bicentennial National Trail

Photo credit: Cat Vinton

The Bicentennial National Trail stretches over 5,000 km and crosses some of eastern Australia’s most remote and spectacular landscapes.  It took 13 months for Alienor Le Gouvello and her 3 horses – Roxanne, River and Cooper – to complete the trail making her the first person to finish it on wild horses.  Before setting out she had to break and train these wild horses, known as brumbies, with the help of the Guy Fawkes Heritage Horse Association.  Alienor also traveled to Mongolia to compete in the 6-day 480 km Gobi Desert Cup endurance race on Mongolian horses where she finished in first place.  You can learn more about Alienor and her adventures on Facebook at wild.at.heart.australia.  Alienor Le Gouvello, welcome to The Pursuit Zone.

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