Argentine jockey Melina Mendez won the Al Fahidi Endurance Cup title for a distance of 119 km, yesterday, in the Dubai International Endurance City in Seih Al Salam, with the participation of 136 male and female riders from various stables and equestrian clubs in the country. Melina Mendez won the title on horseback “Magnifed” owned by “M7 Stables”, although she came in 24th place in the first stage, then advanced to 18th in the second stage, and continued her progress by coming in second place in the third stage, before rising to the fore. In the fourth, the knight Zayed Al Muhairi came in second place, on the horse “Arush Bin Tango”, owned by “F3 Stables”, followed by his brother, the knight Rashid Al Muhairi, in third place, on the horse “Barouder” owned by “F3 Stables”.
In the stages of the race, the rider, Musab Al Falasi, topped the first stage for a distance of 40 kilometers on the horse “Castlebar Legend” owned by “Jumeirah Stables”, and the rider Rashid Al Muhairi came second, and the third was the Uruguayan knight Brian Angelo, on the horse “Sirberry” owned by “M7 Stables”. ».
The second stage, for a distance of 32 km, witnessed the rider Angelo progressing from the third to the lead, and the rider Saeed Al-Harbi jumped from the 16th place to the second on the horse “Castlebar Texaco” for “Esnad Stables”, and the third, the knight Suhail Al-Ghailani, on the horse “Conderosa” for “M7 Stables”. ».
In the third stage (27 km), knight Angelo maintained first place, and jockey Melina Mendez jumped from 18th to second, and rider Majid Al Muhairi came third on the horse “Hilston” for “F3 Stables”.
Male and female riders from various stables and equestrian clubs participated in yesterday’s race, which spanned 119 kilometers.
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