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By Steve Hepburn on Wed, 21 May 2014
Susie Latta does not have to look hard for inspiration to help her endure a sport which takes up more than nine hours at a time.
Latta (44) has been selected in the New Zealand endurance riding team to compete at the World Equestrian Games in France in August.
The Nenthorn Valley farmer will make her international debut. Riders are required to cover a 160km course on one horse.
Latta is the mother of the late Dion Latta, a 15-year-old schoolboy who died after being trapped in a waterfall near Wanaka in early 2012.
On some chilly winter mornings, the thought of her late son motivated her to go out on her horse...
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