NEARLY 40 horse-drawn sulkies rolled into Werris Creek yesterday, completing more than half their seven-day charity fundraising trip.
The Liverpool Range has been the backdrop for the group of 38 sulky drivers and 44 horses, who will finish their 276km journey at Willow Tree on Saturday.
They started at Tambar Springs on Sunday, travelling through Premer, Spring Ridge and Breeza before reaching Werris Creek. The annual drive is all in the name of charity, with tens of thousands being raised for children’s charity Royal Far West and a Quirindi-based group for kids with special needs over the past four years.
Last year’s charity drive raised $13,500 for the children’s groups.