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Last updated 14:25, June 30 2015
The Mongol Derby is the longest and most dangerous horse race in the world, and two Cambridge men are preparing to take it on.
In August, Maxim van Lierde and Patrick Sells are taking on the challenge that will see them cover 1000km in 10 days on the backs of half wild mongolian steppe ponies.
The event, organised by a group called The Adventurists, doubles as a fundraiser for charity.
Each competitor must raise at least $1000 for a charity of their choice and another $1000 for Cool Earth, a charity that works with villages to stop rainforest destruction.
Van Lierde has chosen to raise money for the Waikato branch of Riding for the Disabled because he had seen first-hand the joy it give people.
He was looking forward to the challenge, and said: "Every 40km we get a new horse, so that keeps the horses fresh and they have to pass a vet check at each station..."
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