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Posted on August 4th, 2021

Can you Hack it for Essex & Herts Air Ambulance?

Following Great Britain’s success at the 2020 summer Olympics, horse-riders from across the region are being challenged to join ‘Tack2Hack’, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance’s (EHAAT) brand-new equine event, that will see supporters and enthusiasts horse ride 100 miles throughout August 2021 in aid of their local life-saving charity. 

Riders can tack up to hack out and conquer their 100 miles at a time that suits them, counting the miles during each ride. Solo, or together with friends, riders can create their own route to take the reins and stride out. All funds raised will go towards helping to keep the regions life-saving service operational for those that need it most.

Kerry Russell Head of Events at EHAAT said, “We are thrilled to launch this new event that will allow riders and enthusiasts of all abilities to choose how and when they hack out with their horses and ponies whilst also enjoying a boost to their wellbeing.  No matter how riders choose to take part, they will be joining hundreds of horse enthusiasts who will be taking advantage of the regions majestic countryside and showing that together we can help save lives.”

To join, riders can find out more information and register for free at www.ehaat.org/tack-2-hack to receive their free fundraising pack, t-shirt, mile tracker and safety hi-vis arm bands. Participants can then simply ride out to achieve their 100-mile target.  Those that raise the minimum fundraising amount of £150 will receive a beautiful sash for their horse to wear with pride.

For more information about EHAAT and its work, visit ehaat.org.