Leamington man will be first disabled person to tackle Mount Everest on horseback



MOUNT Everest and a possible record awaits a intrepid man from Leamington.
Max Stainton, who suffers from cerebral palsy, is preparing to attempt to become the first disabled person in the world to reach Everest Base Camp on horseback.
The 26-year-old has set up the Riding Everest project to challenge perceptions of disabled people and to raise funds for the Riding for the Disabled Association’s (RDA’s) new National Training Centre in Warwickshire.
Having teamed up with independent travel company, Adventure Alternative, Max and his team will set out on their journey next March and expect... read more

 
28 July 2017 in Regional West, Views: 37
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