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November 8 2015
By Zara Margolis and Kathleen Calderwood
A horse trainer and endurance rider from north-west Queensland is one of only 40 people in the world who has been chosen to take part in the Mongol Derby, the longest and toughest horse race in the world.
Competitors ride semi-wild horses 1,000km through the Mongolian Steppe, changing horses every 40km.
Originally hailing from a small country town in France, Camille Champagne moved to Australia seven years ago to work on a property in Queensland, and now lives on Summerville Station, north of Richmond.
The keen horsewoman said she was chosen for the ride because of her experience with horses and success in endurance races in Australia.
She has been competing in endurance races in Australia since 2008, but they are nothing compared to the Mongol Derby...
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