Mohammed Hassan (Abu Dhabi)
The knight Abdullah Ghanem Al Marri on horseback «Shabal Nabuka» from Zabeel Stables, was crowned the title of the Al Wathba Endurance Cup race for special stables and the individual entry for a distance of 100 km, which was held today in the Emirates Global Village of Al Wathba Endurance, with the participation of 102 knights, representing various stables and clubs Equestrianism in the country, and the emerging knight Abdullah Ali Al-Jhouri came second on horseback «Banda Fitz», for stables of achievement.
The scenario for the end of the race came as a duplicate of the special stables race, within the festival of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, for ability, which was held last week, as this duo dominated the first and second places in the same way and on horse stables. Zabeel and Injaz ».
Special stables races are held in the Emirates Global Endurance Village in Al Wathba, with the support of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, to encourage stables, riders and riders.
The champion, the knight, Abdullah Al-Marri, covered the total distance in 3:26:52 hours, with an average speed of 29 km / hour, 17 seconds ahead of runner-up Abdullah Al-Jhouri, who covered the distance in 3:27:09 hours, while he finished third Knight Muhammad Saleh Al-Attas on horseback «Cha Eclipse» to the stables of «Al Hazm 4» during 3:27:10 hours.
The race was strong and exciting and witnessed fluctuations in the positions in its various stages. The race champion was close to the lead horses, which enabled him to take the lead at the right time, as he was in the third stage in fourth place, but he benefited from the momentum of the mare «Chapal Napoca» Which is locked in or its participation in the state.
After the end of the race, Musallam Al Ameri, General Manager of the Emirates Global Endurance Village in Al Wathba, Mohammed Al Hadrami, Village Events Manager, and Abdul Rahman Al Rumaithi, the village supervisor, crowned the winning champions.
Muslim Al-Amiri congratulated the winners, praising the strong performance of the participants in the race and the effort made to climb to the podium. He said: “Private stables races are always very competitive, and this is a positive sign that strengthens the status of these races.” Al Ameri appreciated the support of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan for the ability of the Emirates Global Village and special stables races, noting that efforts are continuing in the village to host the remaining races of the season, and to provide technical and logistical support to the participants.