Mongol Derby winner 2014, what else can we say!
Monde Khanyana has been riding horses since he was a young boy, growing up in KwaZulu-Natal where he was born on a farm near Kokstad. He has experience in endurance riding, polocrosse and he is currently involved with horse training related to the traditional tripling racing culture in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape. In 2013
In the throws of a mid life crisis Chris Maude was a professional jump jockey for 17 years and rode over 400 winners. Having ridden in eight grand nationals and riding 3 winners over the national fences, Chris is no stranger to victory, nor the odd spill. Chris finished joint 2nd in the 2014 Mongol
Half Marathon; check. Triathlon; check. Tough Mudder; check. World’s longest mulit-horse race; check. Breaking horses on a remote cattle station in the middle of the Australian Pilbara; check. The goals keep getting bigger and the list is getting shorter. And than Stevie found this race. Stevie started riding twenty years ago and have since competed
Aerospace engineer and Mongol Derby Veteran.
Born in Guatemala, Damyan is an endurance rider with more than 18 years of experience. His passion for nature takes him on travels across Guatemala to undertake multi-day horseback adventures, treking and mountaineering.
Anthony Ward-Thomas was an amateur jump jockey for many years and is a veteran of the Mongol Derby. A true life adventurer, having just had a new daughter at age 57, Anthony is currently pedal/rowing across the Atlantic. Assuming he makes it, he’ll be joining us for Race The Wild Coast in October 2016!