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Ride Against Cancer

22/09/2018 (6.30 PM)

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Ride Against Cancer
Castlereagh Hotel
79 Talbragar St, Dubbo NSW 2830
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Sue-Elle Lovett, a cancer survivor herself, is riding approx 800kms throughout Central West NSW to raise money to fight this dreaded disease.

Sue-Ellen, riding trusty Australian Stock horses with her amazing guide dog, Armani, will be guided by her vigilant sighted guides mounted on Australian Thoroughbred horses supplied by Racing NSW from their re-homing programme for ex-racehorses. She will add this to her previous nine long distance rides, having ridden in excess of 16.000kms raising over 3.1 million dollars for worthy causes.

All money raised will go to the new Dubbo Integrated Wellness Centre located in the Oncology Department of Dubbo Base Hospital.

The Challenge will visit the following towns:

  • Dubbo
  • Geurie
  • Wellington
  • Goolma
  • Mudgee
  • Gulgong
  • Dunedoo
  • Coolah
  • Binnaway
  • Mendooran
  • Gilgandra
  • Collie
  • Warren
  • Trange
  • Narromine

About Sue-Ellen Lovett.
From humble beginnings growing up on a farm near Mudgee, Sue-Ellen had visions of representing her country. She knew what she had to do, how to do it but had no idea it would take her on the journey she has travelled thus far.
Without the luxury of full sight, and now totally blind, her vision is much more than just seeing...

"if I can help one person achieve their potential then it is all worth it."

Your opportunity to also make a difference. 
Please show your support by donating electronically to Mudgee Lions Club.

The Integrated Wellness Centre
Will focus on cutting-edge treatments as well as research. There are four major components:

  • Diagnosis: early imaging and pathological diagnosis.
  • Treatment: chemotherapy, radiotherapy and survivorship at one site.
  • Research: providing patients with access to clinical trials and cutting-edge treatments.
  • Education: educating the community about cancer prevention, detection and treatments.
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