The UAE riders won the full mark in their participation in the endurance races in the Rashford Arenas in Norfolk, Britain, and our riders excelled in the three rounds that started last June and concluded the day before yesterday through a group of races of different classification and distances.
The results of the last round, which spanned over two days, resulted in the jockey Salem Hamad Malhouf Al Ketbi winning first place for the second time in a row in the 160 km challenge, and Malhouf won the World Championship for the ability to ride “Aigol Email” for M7 Stables, and came in second place The jockey Abdullah Ghanem Al-Marri on the “Cali de Punklet” horse for F3 Stables, while the British rider won the third place on the “Majdi” horse.
In early August, Salem Malhouf achieved first place in the 160 km race on horseback “Ahmed Dor Bartas” for the M7 stables.
120 . Race
Saif Ahmed Al Mazrouei took the lead in the 120 km race on Magic Glen Tamar for MRM Stables, runner-up Hamad Obaid Al Kaabi on Tuba Breno for MRM Stables, and thirdly Rashid Mohammed Ateeq Khamis Al Muhairi on Balkan Bielska for F3 Stables.
The jockey Saeed Muhammad Al Balushi won the 100 km competition on the “Al Shamimi” horse for F3 Stables, and Abdullah Ghanem Al Marri on the “Lokilystarod Comet” for the F3 Stables came second, and the British jockey Fiona Griffiths came in third.
Happiness and praise
Salem Malhouf Al Ketbi expressed his happiness for winning the second time in a row in Rashford, which is one of the important stations for the UAE riders before the upcoming international competitions.
The organizing committee of the championship appreciated the great support of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, may God protect him, for endurance sports in the world and endurance races in Rashford, which contributed to the organization of races at the highest level.
The UAE riders have invested the European participation in order to prepare and prepare for the upcoming international benefits, most notably the World Endurance Championship for adults over a distance of 160 km, which is scheduled to be held in Verona, Italy, next October, in addition to the World Cup for young horses at the age of 8 years in Spain next September.