Eight horses compete for the President's Cup in Italy today

The 2000-meter race is for horses four years old and over.

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The San Siro racecourse in Milan, Italy, is today hosting the seventh round of the President's Cup series of Arabian horses, as part of the agenda of the 27th edition.

A press release said: “The Cup race witnesses the participation of eight elite Arab horses in Italy and Europe in the intense competition for the title race, which will be held for a distance of 2000 meters, in the category (Group 2), which is intended for horses from the age of four years and over, with a total of prizes of 50 thousand euros ».

The list of participants includes “Waves Al Khalediah” and “Shadwan Al Khalediah” descended from the descendants of Nashwan Khalidiya of the Al Khalidi stables, in addition to Jazma Athbah Bint Julnar Al Khalediah and Mohdaf Athbah Ibn Amer, and there is also Abu De Gallura, next to each of Flying Hay, Valentino Bigonari, and Volcano Peponorviso .

For his part, the head of the supreme committee organizing the President's Cup series for purebred Arabian horses, Matar Al-Yabhouni, said: “Arriving at the Italian station after the successful stations in France, Sweden, Russia, Belgium, Germany and Britain, translates the escalating path of a series of great gains from all A station, reflecting the soundness of strategic planning regarding adopting the races' agenda and the countries concerned to reach it, to support plans for the upgrading of the Arabian horse and encourage them to take care of it by providing important opportunities and great races to embody interaction and development in Arabian horse races.

For his part, the Advisor to the Abu Dhabi Sports Council, General Supervisor of the President's Cup Series for Arabian Horses, Faisal Al-Rahmani, expressed his pride in the continuity of the mission and goals of the cup tours, in accordance with the approved and ambitious plans to raise and elevate the Arabian horse.

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