Bloodstock.com.au - Full Article
Wednesday 15 August 2018, 5:07pm
Two integral members of Ciaron Maher Racing have taken the honours in an endurance horse race, the Mongol Derby.
Adrian Corboy, a trainer in his own right, and Annabel Neasham, part of the communications team, completed the gruelling 1000km journey in just over seven days, crossing the line on Wednesday afternoon, AEST.
Maher was to have ridden in the endurance test, but withdrew after breaking his leg in a fall from Jameka in the weeks leading up to the event.
The Caulfield-based horseman was as pleased for Corboy and Neasham just as if he had prepared a Group One winner.
"It was a great team effort," Maher said...
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