FOLLOWING a bad fall in July at an RDS qualifier, Kerrie Anderson has made her return to the saddle.
The Co Wicklow rider was told that her injury would mean that she would have to completely rest for three months. She is now back in the saddle, albeit at a much slower pace for now, but is keen to get back to where she left off.
Kerrie, who is well-known in the amateur circles, has a host of wins to her name. Riding her horse Topkick, she won many titles which include winning in the RDS three years in a row along with the National RC Title. She also clocked up results with Oakfield Alley Cat, Farrigs Master Murphy and Bernadette Lady H.
Kerrie was full of praise for her trainer John Mulvey and her friends and family for their support.