Thursday, January 18, 2007

Myna Cryderman on Canadian Broadcast TV


“Myna Cryderman”

Ever thought of changing your life completely to pursue a dream? This Sunday, January 21, on Country Canada we’ll introduce you to someone who did just that.

Myna Cryderman is a Manitoban who grew up a city girl, but developed a passion for endurance horse racing the led her to the top of the sport: she’s ranked number one in Canada. Myna shows us what it’s like to ride a hundred miles in a day -- the training and conditioning that horses and riders need to be capable of finishing a race.

Then we’ll take you with us as we follow Myna through the toughest race of all… the Tevis Cup in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. With its dusty trails, steep inclines and treacherous cliffs, competitors are lucky just to finish the race.

Join us for Myna Cryderman’s compelling story this Sunday, Jan. 21 on Country Canada, at 12 Noon on CBC Television.

For more information, contact:

Ryszard Hunka
CBC Country Canada
tel: 204-788-3648 January 17, 2007

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