Equestrian Saeed Ahmed Al Shamsi won the Private Stables Cup title at the Dubai Crown Prince Endurance Festival for a distance of 101 km, yesterday, in the Dubai International Endurance City in Seih Al Salam, with the participation of 186 male and female knights from various private stables and equestrian clubs in the country.
Al Shamsi snatched the title on horseback “Poly” owned by SS Stables, after he came in second place in the first and second stages before advancing to the lead in the third stage and maintaining it in the fourth stage, and the Uruguayan knight Brian Angelo came in second place on horseback. SM Porsche” owned by SS Stables, followed by the knight Suhail Al-Ghailani on horseback “Absolute de Vonperol” owned by SM Stables.
As for the racing competitions, the first stage for a distance of 35 km witnessed the Pakistani rider Junaid Nazeer leading the stage riding the horse “Erythras” owned by Al Jaber Stables, recording a time of 1:10:02 hours, and the rider Saeed Al Shamsi came in second place riding the horse “Poly”. » owned by SS Stables with a time of 1:10:30 hours, and Uruguayan rider Brian Angelo came third on horseback «SM Porsche» owned by SS Stables with a time of 1:10:49 hours.
In the second stage, for a distance of 25 km, the rider, Suhail Al-Ghailani, advanced from the fifth place to the first, riding the horse “Absolute de Vonperolle”, owned by SM Stables, recording a time of 54:06 minutes, and the rider Saeed Al Shamsi maintained his position in the second place with a time of 54:55. minutes, while the Pakistani rider, Junaid Nazir, slipped from first to third place, with a time of 55:26 minutes.
The excitement continued in the third stage for a distance of 21 km, after the rider Saeed Al Shamsi jumped from second place to the lead with a time of 46:04 minutes, and the Uruguayan rider Brian Angelo advanced from fifth to second place with a time of 46:02 minutes, while the leader of the second stage, the knight Suhail Al-Ghailani, retreated. To third place with a time of 46:36 minutes.
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