Queenslandcountrylife.com.au - Full Article
12 Jul 2019,
A year ago Taroom's Sally Conway was full of dreams of riding in the Mongol Derby and raising awareness of mental health in rural Australia - in another few week's time it won't be a dream but reality.
The 22-year-old is one of six Queenslanders in a pack of 45 competitors from around the world that will be on the ride of their life in the 11th annual Mongol Derby starting on August 7.
Sally had originally planned to take on the world's longest and toughest horse ride last year but realised she needed time to both do a good job of the ride and to honour her desire to make a difference with a suicide awareness message, so she postponed.
She was also in year three of a farm business management degree.
Now she says she's ready for the Mongolian adventure and has a great plan in place to help a cause close to herself and others...
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