Radio station 1116 SEN has taken the initiative with the Herald Sun/CityLink Run For The Kids for it's inaugural Hold Ya Horses event. Hosts of 1116 SEN Hold Ya Horses, heard every Saturday morning, former jockey Simon Marshall and Brad Spicer, decided to hold the event to help them get fit and give something back to the Royal Children's Hospital.

They are hoping members of the horse racing industry will take up the challenge, so far ten people have signed up including farrier Julian Holland, jockey Corey Brown and Travisty Clothings Shaun Wallis amongst others.To find out more or to jump on board and be part of this wonderful event visit the Run for the kids website here.