Still raising money for charity after 70 years

Riders put to the test at Gladstone Campdraft

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There were plenty of talented riders at the Gladstone campdraft.


Gladstone Campdraft started raising money for returned servicemen and ambulance station after World War 2 - and today is no different.

More than 70 years later the committee from Gladstone Campdraft is still donating to charity.

Some of Australia's best known riders were among the 200 competitors from Newcastle to Inverell that were put to the test in the dusty conditions.

Many riders donned pink shirts in support for the Country Women's Association Gladstone's Evening Branch 'pink up the town' fundraiser for breast cancer.

More to come.


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