All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen has insisted that a horse he part-owns running in a 7.4m race will not divert him from his sides Rugby World Cup quarter-final from Ireland. Nature Strip will run on Saturday into Australia horse race , The Everest, only a five hours in Japan. Hansen is trying to guide the All Blacks into another under his leadership, and a third successive World Cup triumph. Inspired by a reporter that of thehorses he was nervous about, Hansen stated:I dont know whether the boys would be really that keen on being known as horses but clearly it is a highlight to really have a horse at a race such as The Everest. There is not a lot I can do. I can not ride himI can not carry himI can not train him. So, its only a matter of sit back and enjoy for what it is, that. However, you can get an influence during the week using this team and weve tried to do that and we have tried to create an environment where we can access to Saturday, eager, full of energy and ready to rumble. So, which one is the most crucial? Well clearly the one that youre able to have the most control On Thursday Hansen named his team with Jack Goodhue and Anton Lienert-Brown selected at center ahead of Sonny Billy Williams and Ryan Crotty. Read more: