Business councils under the umbrella of Dubai Chamber are sponsoring the sixth evening of the Dubai Racing Club’s races at Meydan Racecourse today. The evening includes six races that will witness a distinguished participation of horses through which owners, trainers and jockeys aspire to achieve valuable victories on the world track.
And the Dubai Racing Club races reach the sixth station, which is the last stop in the current year 2021, before moving on to the new year, which will be full of events and big races, starting with the Dubai World Cup carnival, passing through the famous “Super Saturday” evening, and reaching the most expensive evening, the Dubai Cup. Global.
In a press statement, Sheikh Rashid bin Dalmouk Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Racing Club and Dubai Equestrian Club, praised the support and sponsorship of the Dubai Chamber and the efforts of all strategic partners, institutions and companies participating in sponsoring the events and horse races hosted by Meydan Racecourse, stressing the important role played by these bodies from By supporting races, and contributing to the success of various sporting events in general and those related to equestrianism and horses in particular.
The evening includes six runs with the support of the Dubai Chamber, launched by the first race under the auspices of the American Business Council, followed by the second under the auspices of the British Business Group, the third under the auspices of the French Business Council – Dubai, the fourth under the auspices of the Czech Business Council, the fifth race under the auspices of the Dutch Business Council, and the sixth race under the auspices of the Indian Council For business and professional. Hamad Mubarak Buamim, Director-General of the Dubai Chamber, said in a press statement: “The efforts of the Dubai Racing Club to support the sports march in the emirate are a fundamental pillar in serving Dubai’s economy and enhancing its competitiveness, as a global destination for equestrian sports and a global business center.”
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