Born and raised in the professional horse racing industry, Australian Brent Albuino spent six years as a professional jockey before becoming a horse trainer himself. A 2014 Mongol Derby veteran, Brent has been searching for something as amazing as Mongolia since he left the steppe. He hopes he’s found it in Race The Wild Coast!
A life long cattleman who has traditionally utilized his horses to manage their cattle herd & farm, Jamey recently has a new found passion for fox hunting in the heart of prime hunt country in Virginia and has been honored to assist the Huntsmen of Bull Run Hunt as a Whipper-In. Whipping has broadened his
Growing up in Western Australia surrounded by beautiful beaches plus being a horse addict with an insane love of travelling – Louise feels like this race was created for Her!! She’s independent, strong willed and always up for a challenge. She loves crazy adventures and meeting amazing people and horses from all over the world!
Sarah is a Canadian endurance rider with over 1600kms to her name in competition, and easily ten times that in training rides and leisure. On home soil, in Southern Ontario, Sarah has placed in the top ten of every 40km to 88km events of almost every ride she has entered, receiving several top awards. She
Malcolm Hozack, native to Ireland, is a successful entrepreneur in the South African entertainment industry. Owner of several trend-setting bars and clubs, as well as a distillery, he finds peace in nature. He is an avid horse-riding enthusiast and frequent to horse riding competitions. Race The Wild Coast will be Malcolm’s most daring race thus
Racehorse enthusiast, traveller and surfer, as well as a 2014 Mongol Derby participant, Katja needed a good motivation to get into endurance after the Derby and in need of the perfect challenge for 2016: she found Race The Wild Coast! She has practiced her navigational skills by riding a motorbike 2000 km through Vietnam and
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