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Kea Kids News: Kiwi rider in Mongol Derby is ready for world’s toughest horse race

The Mongol Derby is the toughest horse race in the world and Kea Kids News meets Sam Edney, the young Kiwi rider who is skilled enough to be competing for New Zealand.

No Kiwi has ever won the equestrian endurance race that covers a whopping 1000 kilometres of Mongolian wilderness, but Edney would like to change that.

Jockey Sam Edney is about to run the longest horse race in the world.

Kea Kids News

Jockey Sam Edney is about to run the longest horse race in the world.

Kea Kids News reporter ​​​​​​Lottie Tait, 12, from New Brighton Catholic School meets the jockey who is in training in Christchurch to find out more about the epic race and together we learn how to say “hello” in Mongolian.

The Mongol Derby is a 10-day race and usually only half of the riders who enter the race end up finishing it.

Kea Kids News

The Mongol Derby is a 10-day race and usually only half of the riders who enter the race end up finishing it.

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