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Jaimee Wilkens, Geelong Advertiser
August 2, 2018 8:25pm
TWO Anglesea mums are giddying up for a trip of a lifetime, travelling to Mongolia this month for a six-day endurance horse race through the Gobi Desert.
The Gobi Desert Cup is a 480km ride through some of the most unforgiving terrain on the planet, requiring riders to complete an 80km course each day.
It will test both the mental and physical strength of the riders, with only 20 people from across the globe entering each year.
But confessed horse-loving mothers Tania Orlov and Ruth Benney think they’re up for the challenge...
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