The Corporate Adventure Challenge takes place on Friday 8 September at Drumlanrig Castle, with teams from across the property industry battling it out against each other for the trophy.
More than 80 three-person teams will compete in three categories – mixed, men’s and women’s.
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The course, which changes every year, has been designed and delivered using BlueSky Experiences and participants can expect to cover around 50km of Queensberry Estate over the course of 6 hours.
The popular event is known in the industry as a test of physical fitness, stamina and mental stamina with a range of outdoor activities including running, mountain biking and climbing along with the secret activities being revealed on the day.
In past events, teams have faced surprise challenges including obstacle courses, kayaking, Highland games, and even a bushtucker trial.
Buccleuch Property has also announced that Horsetime will return as the event’s charitable partner.
Based in the Scottish Borders, Horsetime specializes in providing enhanced trauma therapy for individual horses and group workshop programs with feedback from horses.
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Horses are able to give immediate, honest, and non-judgmental feedback on how our behavior is being interpreted by others.
Experienced trauma therapists use appropriate strategies to provide the insight needed to support the process of change and subsequent recovery.
Programs include Horses for the Troops for veterans, first responders and their families, Horse ChAT for kids and teens and a bespoke option designed for individuals or small groups.
All funds raised by the Buccleuch Property Challenge will go directly towards funding these programmes.
Following the cancellation of the 2022 Challenge due to the death of Her Majesty The Queen, Buccleuch Property and Horse Time have been heartened by the generous donations from Challenge participants and supporters raising over £6,000.
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This funded a much needed group therapy course for 6 participants who reported great results.
To date, the challenge has raised over £200,000, helping a variety of charities such as Projekt 42, Childline, Ovarian Cancer Action and Borders Children’s Charity.
David Beck, Managing Director at Buccleuch Property said: “It’s an exciting time to launch a challenge and we always generate a fantastic response from the industry for what is known as one of the best events of its kind that will not disappoint our participants and raise much needed funds for our charitable partner.”
For more information about the Buccleuch Property Challenge, or to enter a team, visit www.buccleuchproperty.com
For more information on Horse Time, please visit www.horsetime.org.uk
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