Riders from near and far turned out in pink for the annual Beaudesert Cutting and Western Performance Club National Breast Cancer Foundation fundraiser.
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People came from Toowoomba and Warwick, Caboolture and Tamborine Village, joining locals from Beaudesert and surrounds for a common cause.
At time of print, club President Troy Welsh said the fundraising tally was at about $1700.
The 16 October event was the club’s first pink fundraiser since before Covid.
The club, which last year celebrated its 50th anniversary, has 80 to 100 members and experienced a strong turnout for its major annual fundraiser.
It was also a cutting competition day for the club, which has eight cutting days throughout the year, as well as eight ranch versatility competition days.
Mr Welsh said the pink day was a success.
“We had stalls selling pink cupcakes and some pretty cool prizes one of our members donated – the pink horse rugs for the winners and the pink garlands – and a lot of people from town donated things for the monster raffle we had on the day,” he said.
“Extra people came out and had a bit of a look who wouldn’t normally come and all in all it was a really good day.”