Allocating 705 prizes with a total value of 11 million and 415 thousand dirhams
Great turnout from camel owners in preparation for the start of the auction next Thursday
Mazayna Razeen is the second stop in the Abu Dhabi Mazayina season.
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Mazayna Razeen at the Al Dhafra Festival continues to install the electronic chip (tacking) for the participating camels, in preparation for the launch of the auction on Thursday, November 25, which will be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, and organized by the Festivals and Programs Management Committee Cultural and heritage in Abu Dhabi.
The camel casting is witnessing a great turnout from the owners of local, Majahim and purebred camels at the Mazayna Razeen site near Al Wathba City in Abu Dhabi. The concerned authorities, which are announced through the (Our Heritage) platforms on the social networking sites of the Cultural and Heritage Festivals and Programs Management Committee. Mazayna Razeen will witness the organization of 75 runs for local, Majahim and purebred camels in six age groups (Mafared, Haqaiq, Laqaya, Radio, Thanaya, Hawally), for which 705 prizes have been allocated with a total value of 11 million and 415 thousand dirhams.Mazayna Razeen is the second stop in the Abu Dhabi auction season, following the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to expand the scope of the Al Dhafra Festival, to include camel merchandise in Sweihan, Razeen and Madinat Zayed, in addition to the main auction site at the Al Dhafra Festival site.
The Al Dhafra Festival aims to preserve the purebred camel breeds, increase the number of camel owners participating in the Mazina competitions and heritage competitions related to the culture and traditions of the people of the region, preserve the folklore, encourage the members of the Emirati and Gulf society to practice it in its various forms, and strengthen human and social ties, in addition to contributing In developing domestic and Gulf tourism, stimulating economic activity, and strengthening the position of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to be the first destination for camel fairs and heritage events locally, regionally and internationally.
The Al Dhafra Festival started this season with a new look, as all camel auctions in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi are under its umbrella, which are distributed in four sites (Sweihan, Razeen, Madinat Zayed, and Al Dhafra Festival), in addition to the Mahlab competition and many targeted heritage competitions, which include: ( The purebred Arabian horse race, the falcon race, the traditional Arabian Saluki race, the falcon bidding competition, the Arabian Saluki bidding competition, the shooting competition, and the sheep grooming competition).
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