ON A QUEST: Warwick Rodeo Queen entrant Ashleigh Geddes has been travelling around training racehorses and moved to Tannymorel last year.
ON A QUEST: Warwick Rodeo Queen entrant Ashleigh Geddes has been travelling around training racehorses and moved to Tannymorel last year. Jayden Brown

Quest is perfect for horsewoman

FOLLOWING her passion for horses has led Tannymorel's Ashleigh Geddes to the Warwick Rodeo Queen Quest.

A racehorse trainer and passionate horsewoman, the Rodeo Queen entrant said she was happy to get involved with the Warwick Rodeo.

"I'm really happy to help a good cause - it's all about trying something new," she said.

"I've been to the rodeo a couple of times. It's massive.

"It would be an honour to represent the Warwick Rodeo."

Ashleigh moved to Tannymorel last year, after travelling around training horses for five years.

"I don't know anything else. It's a passion," she said.

"I'm working for a cutting trainer at the moment."

The horse lover is a long way from her family and racehorses in Bundaberg, admitting she had only one horse with her at the moment.

"If I had the right horse I'd do barrel racing," she said.

Ashleigh will be joined by one of her best friends in the quest, with the pair planning a number of fundraisers together.

There will be a barefoot bowls fundraiser for Ashleigh at the Warwick Bowls Club on Saturday, October 4, from 4pm.

Entry is $10 per person, with a sausage sizzle and bar operating into the night.



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