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February 19 2019
Sandra Coombe plans to spend some of her spring standing tall in the saddle.
The longtime local was the 12th and final rider selected for the seventh annual Gobi Gallop, a 10-day, 700-kilometre traditional ride on herd-minded Mongolian stallions from the steppe into the mountains and back down again at the end of May.
She plans to get all four of the innoculations recommended for travel to the region, including typhoid and rabies, but she seemed more concerned about altitude sickness.
She reached the race’s organizer, Julie Veloo, through a video chat Tuesday afternoon.
“We’re technically skirting around the limits of it,” she said, with the riders starting at 7,200 metres in the western Gobi Desert, ascending to 8,600 metres then descending to about 5,000 metres. “Many people could have other issues.”
Coombe was selected after a three-hour interview process...
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