ABC.net.au - Full Article
By Jennifer Browning
June 20 2018
Fancy sitting on a horse for 10 days, travelling 1,000 kilometres through gruelling terrain with temperatures ranging from -5 degrees Celsius to 35C?
Not for one Australian family.
Henry Bell and his three cousins, Rob, Ed and Jack Archibald are gearing up to race the Mongol Derby in August.
They are doing it to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis, a disease that has left Henry's dad, Rob Bell, wheelchair-bound.
"The concept of the ride was the Archibald boys, they were the ones who decided to do it and Ed's been the big pusher of raising money and awareness for Dad on behalf of MS," Henry said.
Mr Bell, speaking from his property south of Goulburn, said his son's and nephews' efforts were "flattering".
"For me it was very heartening to know young people are so keen to get rid of this terrible disease," he said...
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