Posted by The Argonaut | Jun 2, 2021
WESTCHESTER RESIDENT PREPARES FOR UPCOMING MONGOL DERBY
By Alex Hutton
If you think a short horse race like the Kentucky Derby is grueling, try racing horses for an additional 600 miles or so.
That’s what Westchester resident Bianca Farmas-Griffith will be doing when she competes in the Mongol Derby, an annual endurance race across the Mongolian wilderness sometimes referred to as the most difficult horse race in the world. The trek is approximately 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) and Farmas-Griffith is scheduled to participate in August 2021.
Fascinated by horses and equestrianism for most of her life, Farmas-Griffith began riding horses during a childhood vacation to Poland.
“When I came home, I didn’t want to stop,” she recalled. “And the rest is history...”
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