For Baguio-based artist Solana Perez, the world's most grueling horse race is more than just a dream.
For Solana Perez, the Mongol Derby is more than just a dream. With some help from social media and the kindness of supporters around the world, Solana is also using the world’s most grueling horse race to shine a light on the Baguio horse-riding community that’s taken care of her since day one. Watch the video to learn more about how she and the pony boys are preparing for race day.
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