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From Argentina to Canada, on Horseback

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From Argentina to Canada, on Horseback

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From Argentina to Canada, on Horseback

From Argentina to Canada, on Horseback

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Susan Stamberg talks with Eduardo Diskoli, who is riding a horse from Argentina to Canada. As of Saturday, he was near Atlanta. Diskoli spends eight to nine hours a day on his horse, covering 15 to 20 miles. He considers himself a "goodwill ambassador" for Argentina.

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