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The excitement continues for the second day of the Dubai International Arabian Horse Championship

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The 19th edition of the Dubai International Arabian Horse Championship, held at the Dubai World Trade Center, continues for the second consecutive day, with the participation of 150 horses, competing for prizes valued at 4 million dollars.
The second day of the preliminary qualifying rounds for the main tournaments witnessed exciting competitions between all the participating horses, especially with the convergence of the points difference.

The competitions will conclude on Sunday with the main championships, which are the yearling championship, the filly championship, the mare championship, the yearling championship, the colt championship and the stallion championship.

In the details of the competitions on the second day, “Nesma Al-Hawajer”, belonging to Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud Al Qasimi, obtained 92.83 points, and achieved first place in the sixth round for mares from 7 to 9 years old, while that “AJ Amanah El from Ajman Stud was second with 92.75. One point, and third was “Estonia”, which belongs to Youssef Ahmed Abdullatif Al Ali.
In the seventh round, dedicated to mares 10 years and older, Ajman Stud’s “Passendrstpmuchilo” topped the top spot with 93.25 points, and Sheikh Abdullah bin Majid Al Qasimi’s “Majesty” with 91.25 points, while ” Nawal Bey Apollo” was ranked third for Al Jazeera Stud for Arabian Horses with 90.67 points.

In the ninth round for a year’s dowry, the first section “A”.

Al-Jawahir Arabian Horse Stud’s pony “GS Troy” was topped with 92.75 points, while Dr. Ghanem Muhammad Obaid Al-Hajri’s “Dhafer Al-Hawajer” with 91.92 points came in second, and ” Sheikh Sultan Muhammad Abdullah Al Thani’s Wareth Al-Zubayr ranked second with 91.08 points.

In the second “B” section of the ninth round, Sheikh Saeed bin Juma Al Maktoum’s “SM Mashhour” scored 92.42 points, while Dubai Arabian Horse Stud’s “De Toujan” came in second with 92.25 points. , and “Falah Al-Hawajer” by Dr. Ghanem Muhammad Obaid Al-Hajri with 91.50 points.

In the tenth round of two-year-olds, “Di Shehar” from Dubai Arabian Horse Stud came first with 93.25 points, and “Ezz Al-Khashab” from Kuwaiti Al-Khashab Stud with 92.42 points, and “Mounir KH ” for Al-Kahila Arabian Horse Stud, with a score of 92.42 points. 91.83 points.

In the eleventh round, dedicated to 3-year-old foals, “De Shahir” from Dubai Arabian Horse Stud took first place with 92.25 points, and “AJ Ajban” from Ajman Stud came second with 92 points, while “Nishan” King Khalid was third, Ghanem Mubarak Al-Amiri with 91.83 points.

Sheikh Abdullah bin Majid Al Qasimi’s stallion “IS Prince” led the twelfth round of 4-6 year old stallions with 92.83 points, and Sheikh Muhammad bin Saud Al Qasimi’s “Saif Al-Badayer” with 92.33 points, while in third place was Mohab BHM, owned by the owner, Talal Hamid Muhammad Al-Maskari, who scored 92 points.


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