Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride

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The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride, sometimes referred to as the Santa Fe Ride, is an annual 515-mile equine endurance ride conducted over a fourteen-day period in close proximity to the historic Santa Fe Trail. The 2007 Ride was won by Scott Griffin of Seattle, Washington, with a combined time of 61 hours 45 minutes over fourteen days. The 2007 Pioneer Ride was won by Karen Fredrickson of Kneeland, California. She completed the 515 miles on a named Murphy in a little over 86 hours.

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