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Horseboy Rowan in Mongolia

Sunday Times writer Tim Rayment enjoys Mongolian sheep innards as he reports on autistic child Rowan, 5, who is riding a horse in Mongolia, accompanied by his parents Rupert and Kristin, their Mongolian guide Tulga, his six-year-old son Bodibilguunson and an American documentary TV crew. .Rowan's parents believe horses and shamans can unlock their sonís autistic mind. This is their journey of discovery across Mongolia on horseback. .The story is published by the Sunday Times and accompany text by Tim Rayment.

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Sunday Times writer Tim Rayment enjoys Mongolian sheep innards as he reports on autistic child Rowan, 5, who is riding a horse in Mongolia, accompanied by his parents Rupert and Kristin, their Mongolian guide Tulga, his six-year-old son Bodibilguunson and an American documentary TV crew. .Rowan's parents believe horses and shamans can unlock their sonís autistic mind. This is their journey of discovery across Mongolia on horseback. .The story is published by the Sunday Times and accompany text by Tim Rayment.