Race2Prague 2019

About Blizzard Ponies

Blizzard Ponies are taking part in Race2Prague 2019 which is raising funds for Edinburgh Students' Charities Appeal

"Audrey is from Singapore. Sara is from Portugal.
Audrey studied Business and is now doing a masters in Art. Sara studied Art and just finished a masters in Linguistics.
They met 3 years ago playing Capoeira in Edinburgh and both enjoy life through playing, learning, and sharing. Another thing they have in common is a dear friend who brings sunshine to their Scotland and inspires them to go as far as their imagination takes them!

Audrey and Sara are the Blizzard Ponies! Bound together by a passion for traveling, they will forgo their love of warmth, blizzarding through peak-winter Europe until they reach Prague, to prove how strongly they feel about their cause!




Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a rare and rapidly progressing terminal illness which stops signals from the brain reaching the muscles. The disease may cause someone to lose the ability to walk, talk, eat, drink or breathe unaided. At present there is no known cause or cure for MND. More than half die within two years of diagnosis.

MND Scotland is the only Scottish charity providing care and support to people affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND), as well as funding research into finding a cure. They provide hope for a world without MND.

Information provided by Dr Ruth Porter, Speech and Language Therapist, diagnosed with MND and affected with speech loss.




About MND:

- Average life expectancy is just 20 months after diagnosis.

- There are over 450 people in Scotland currently living with MND.

- On average almost 200 people are diagnosed each year in Scotland.

- 53% die within one year of diagnosis.

- 6.5% live for more than 5 years after diagnosis."

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