Saturday, December 15, 2018
Long Rider Jing Li cements his place in equestrian history
Jing Li has ridden thousands of kilometres across some of the world’s most remote terrain. Photos: Longridersguild.com
Horsetalk.co.nz - Full Article
December 15, 2018
Jing Li, once dubbed the world’s most elusive Long Rider, has completed an epic ride across Russia, and is now making plans for an 11,250-kilometre horseback journey from St Petersburg, Russia, to Jiang’an in China.
Long Riders’ Guild founder CuChullaine O’Reilly says the Chinese-born rider has established himself as the foremost equestrian traveller in the saddle today.
The completion of his latest ride from the Caucasus Mountains across Russia has added to Jing Li’s remarkable series of achievements in the saddle.
At the end of the 4380km journey, he carried the Guild flag into the Moscow lecture hall of the Russian Geographical Society...
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