Emirates riders continued to dominate the power races in Europe, after taking the first places in the Mohammed bin Rashid Festival of ability, which was held in Euston Park, England with the participation of elite riders of Europe and the world, with the participation of 650 riders and riders from the UAE, Europe and various countries of the world, competed to win the sporting event The event was organized by Meedan in cooperation with the British Equestrian Federation and the British Endurance Sport Committee, under the supervision of the International Equestrian Federation.

The UAE Knights reasserted their dominance in the European racing season, after they excelled in the most prominent local races last season, which witnessed the establishment of races among the most important in the world, with the participation of European and world champions, most notably Mohammed Bin Rashid Festival, Dubai Festival in Saih Al Salam, and President's Cup. The UAE is in Al Wathba, while the Mohammed bin Rashid Festival in Britain is one of the most important races in Europe, in preparation for next season, which will include the World Cup for young people in Italy in September.

The Mohammed bin Rashid Festival of Ability is one of the most prominent races in the calendar of international ability races, due to the international technical level, and the intensive participation of riders, in addition to the high value of awards, which strengthened the status of the event to become the focus of attention for those interested in the ability races in the world.

For his part, Director of the Dubai Equestrian Club Mohammed Issa Al-Adhab, praised the achievement of the Emirates Knights, stressing that it is in addition to many of the achievements made in the last period, said: «We thank His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE Ruler of Dubai and HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, for the great support and follow-up, which led the UAE Knights to achieve many local and external achievements honorable, pointing out that the achievements of the Emirates Knights speak for themselves.

He added that Mohammed Bin Rashid Festival of Ability is the best preparation for the UAE riders for the upcoming entitlements, pointing out that it is a good opportunity to equip the horsemen and horses for the next season.

He pointed out that His Highness's support has had the best impact on the ability of the UAE to reach the highest ranks in the world. “The unlimited support of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has contributed a lot to the development of the sport of racing in the UAE and the world. His Highness 'support has increased the popularity and popularity of this sport.'

Al Adhab expressed his happiness for the UAE riders' achievement, praising their preference on the international level by controlling the top positions in the various races in which they participate. »For the current season, while emphasizing the importance of the festival, which in its current version in England recorded a record in terms of participation with a total of 650 horses.

The Director General of the Dubai Equestrian Club pointed out that the festival, in its third session, seeks to spread the message of love and peace by sponsoring and organizing this sporting event which reflects the progress achieved by the UAE sports, especially with regard to the ability races in terms of the development of horses and their readiness to participate in terms of organization. .

At the end of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Festival of Ability, the UAE cavalry was crowned, who were able to assert absolute control over all competitions included in the tournament, confirming their leadership through the recent victories in England.

Al Ketbi crowned the title of the President and Al Amri Junior Champion

Salim Hamad Al Ketbi was crowned the winner of the second half of the 120km race on the third day of the festival, riding the horse band S Banderaso for Umm Steven stables, recording a time of 04:38:30 hours.

The second place was the rider Mohammed Aida riding horse riding «Acabane des Olvers» stables F3, and recorded a time of 04:52:32 hours and came third place Saeed Ahmed Alharbi, riding horse riding «Claudie Park Rockin Robin» Stables F Archaeological, recorded time of 04:55:05 hours.

Abdullah Ali Al-Amri clinched the 120-km two-class race for the juniors, riding the Longcron Maikami stables for the F-3 stables, with a time of 04:47:51 hours. F-3, recording a time of 04:47:51 hours, and came in third place knight Shaheen Yahya Al-Mazrouei, riding the horse of the horse «Tamya de Dorzon» for the F-3 stables, and recorded a time of 04:48:47 hours.

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«Azizi Real Estate Development» continues to sponsor the festival

Azizi Real Estate Development, one of the leading private property developers in the UAE, continued its sponsorship of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Capacity Festival in the UK this year for the third consecutive year. The move is part of its strategic partnership with Meydan.

The event, which is held in Euston Park in the British area of ​​Thetford, is known as the UK's premier capacity event.It includes four races, 120 kilometers and 80 kilometers, with riders and jockeys from 33 countries participating.

“We are delighted to contribute to the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum to sponsor and promote equestrian sport in the UAE and around the world. The friendship between the UAE and the UK also stimulates the spread of the sport that brings people of different origins. Our sponsorship of this event is part of our strategic partnership with Meedan Group and stems from our pride and passion for supporting major global events that strengthen the bonds of friendship between communities. ”

• Mohammed bin Rashid Festival is considered the most prominent capacity events in the UK, and includes four races, 120 and 80 kilometers, and participated by riders and riders from 33 countries around the world.

• Knight Abdullah Ali Al-Amri clinched the title of the 120km race for juniors and classed two degrees.