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RIDING HIGH

Bronte McShane may not have been born in the saddle, but she was still in nappies when her mother first introduced her to the delights of riding horseback. The 16-year-old year 11 student from Hobart’s Fahan School has grown up to become a passionate one-day eventer and travels all over Tasmania representing her school and Monmouth Pony Club in competitions.

“I started riding when I was 18 months old,” she says. “My mother has always loved riding and so she encouraged me and my two brothers to

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