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Al-Jahuri is the champion of the Mohammed bin Zayed Endurance Cup in Al-Wathba

  • Who crowned the winners yesterday.

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Jockey Abdullah Khalfan Al Jahouri won the Mohammed bin Zayed Endurance Cup for a distance of 120 km, yesterday, at the Emirates International Endurance Village in Al Wathba, Abu Dhabi, with the participation of 236 knights from various stables and equestrian clubs in the country, at the conclusion of the third edition, which was held over three days. Al-Jahouri brilliantly led the horse "Sha Eklipsi", owned by Al Wathba Stables, to win the first place, after leading the first and second stages, and despite falling to fourth place in the third, but he returned to first place and won the title in the fourth stage, on the other hand, came the second Iranian jockey Asmaa Muhammad Ali Sahwa The horse "Fakir de Libos", owned by Seih Al-Salam 3 stables, followed in third place by the Syrian jockey, Massa Adnan, on the horse "Ro Shi Moon", owned by Al-Wathba Stables 1.

In the race stages, the jockey Abdullah Khalfan Al-Jahouri topped the first stage for a distance of 40 km, after recording a time of 1:21:55 hours. The jockey Issa Radwan Al-Ghilani came in second place on the “Koshais” horse, owned by Commandos Stables 2, with a time of 1:22: 05 hours, and the jockey Afnan Ibrahim Moussa came in third place on the horse "SM Bonilla", owned by the Commandos 9 stables, with a time of 1:22:07.

Al-Jahouri maintained the lead in the second stage for a distance of 35 km, recording a time of 1:16:10 hours, while the jockey Saeed Hammoud Al-Khiari advanced from seventh to second place on the horse “Duka de Luc”, owned by M7 stables, with a time of 1:15: 44 hours, and jockey Issa Al Ghailani fell from second to third place with a time of 1:16:14 hours.

The excitement continued in the third stage for a distance of 25 km, after the jockey Issa Al-Ghilani advanced to the first place with a time of 53:53 minutes, and the jockey Afnan Ibrahim Musa came in second place, advancing from the fourth place with a time of 53:55 minutes, and the Syrian jockey Masa Adnan from Fifth to third place with a time of 54:01 minutes.

• 236 male and female knights participated yesterday in the race, which spanned a distance of 120 km, and was held at the Emirates International Endurance Village in Al Wathba in Abu Dhabi.


• The third edition of the three-day festival concluded yesterday.

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