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Last updated 12:00, April 30 201
Waikato man Eion Kemp is always up for a challenge.
And in August he'll leave his home in Matamata to compete in the world's toughest horse race, the Mongol Derby.
The 1000 kilometre derby, in Mongolia, is run across high valleys and open passes, semi-arid dunes, wetland and river crossings.
Temperatures can drop to -8 degrees Celsius and soar to 50deg C in one day.
In the past, riders had suffered dehydration, hypothermia, broken bones and concussion...
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