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Outback feats leave show crowds in awe

One of the highlights of this year’s Glen Innes show was the Rooftop Express’s Dave Manchon who showed great feats of horsemanship that thrilled local crowds.
Nanjing Night Net

The Rooftop Express is a first class arena spectacular show that features world first stunts, true blue Australian comedy and awe-inspiring horse riding skills.

Principal performer David Manchon said the shows amusing storyline encourages crowd participation and family fun and he was very pleased with the Glen Innes crowd.

“It is a wild west arena spectacular, we have the working dogs, the cattle, the stockmen and women and we do things that we guarantee the people of Glen Innes haven’t seen since the last time we were here,” he said.

“My favourite part of our show is just looking at the people’s faces and seeing their reaction to the different stunts and comedy skits we do.”

Glen Innes local Betty Bellamy said she was amazed at the skill shown by the whole Rooftop Express team.

“The show was great, I had a very good time,” she said.

Mr Manchon said he gauged the reactions of the showground crowd and put extra things in for the locals as the show progressed.

“What we love about Glen Innes is that it is a country town and we are country boys so we really like showcasing what is possible with animals,” he said.

“The crowd at the showgrounds know all about cattle and horses and good dogs so we brought the noise, the best we had to impress the crowd, and it went off.”

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