The 2017 Weddin Mountain Muster took place this week with over 120 riders registering for the event. The Grenfell Showground was transformed into a caravan city last Sunday as participants set up camp in anticipation of the fantastic week ahead.
The large group enjoyed a number of adventures throughout the week with one of the highlights being the ‘Wacky Wednesday’ ride through town which followed a delicious morning tea at O’Brien’s Hill lookout. Riders dressed up in costumes for the annual trek down Main Street which this year raised funds for the Grenfell branch of Can-Assist.
Following the Main Street ride the group returned to the showground for an afternoon of fun with bending, barrels, flags and a stockman’s challenge followed by horse and riders being put through a series of grueling tests including the ‘opening gates’ and ‘ponying horses’ through to the great ‘vanilla slice dash’.
Be sure to check out the Grenfell Record’s 2017 Muster photo gallery at www.grenfellrecord.com.au