“Al Dhafra” is witnessing fierce competition between camel owners in the Emirates and the Gulf

75 Camel Beauties crowned in "The Millions Run"

Munqiyeh (Shabak 11), first place winner, Al-Jamal "Tlad 15 Magahim" run.

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The Al Dhafra Festival, in its 14th session, announced the results of the camel Al Magahim competition for the "15-year-old Camel" run, on the main booth in Zayed City in the Al Dhafra region.

The festival, which is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, and organized by the Committee for the Management of Festivals and Cultural Programs in Abu Dhabi, witnessed strong competitions with the participation of camel owners in the Emirates and the Gulf within the "Camel Tallad 15 Years" run. Majahim, known as the “Millions Ride,” where the winning camels in the first places, which amounted to 75 rides, were shown by 15 rides of different ages of camels from each owner.

The results resulted in the winning of the purifier (Shabak 11) for its owner Mubarak Hammoud Salmeen Hamid Al-Mansouri, while it came in the second place. The filter (Shabak 3) came in fourth place for its owner Eid Rashid Theban Muhammad Al-Mansouri, while the fifth place went to the filter (Shabak 4) for its owner Awad Suhail Naif Muhammad Al-Ameri.

It is worth noting that the 14th edition of the Al Dhafra Festival, this year, comes exceptionally in light of exceptional circumstances to confront the challenge of the emerging Corona virus (Covid-19), and the festival competitions are limited to camels for the local and Majahim categories, falconry, falconry competition, and Arabian horse racing Al-Asilah, the championship of the Arab Greyhound Heritage 2500 meters race, the traditional Arabian Saluki race, the archery competition, and the sheep parade, as part of the schedule and times of each class, three days at the end of each week for about 13 weeks.

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