Annual ride for diabetes

There were 19 riders that braved heat and humidity for the fourth annual Cowboy Challenge on Aug. 5 in Mansfield.
Sheila Toll rounds a corner during the Cowboy Challenge at the R.S. Ranch on Sunday afternoon. The event was an annual fundraiser for diabetes research and brought in over $700.
R.S. Ranch owner Suzie Carrier navigates an obstacle during her run through the course.

Aug. 5, 2018
On Sunday afternoon, cowpokes of all ages gathered at the R.S. Ranch in Mansfield to ride through obstacles and raise money for diabetes research.
Carol Malony of Otter Lake has been organizing the annual Cowboy Challenge for the past four years. She started the event because she wanted to get involved after her daughter, Natasha Harris, was diagnosed with type one diabetes.
There were 19 riders from across the Pontiac and Ottawa Valley that participated in the event, divided among three categories.

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