Jockey Mohammed Khaled Al Kaabi won the title of the 101 km endurance race, designated for private stables, yesterday, at the Dubai International Endurance City in Saih Al Salam, with the participation of 148 male and female knights from various private stables and equestrian clubs in the country.
Al Kaabi won the title on the horse “Doner”, owned by Al Fahidi Stables, after topping the race in its four stages. He came in first place in the first stage, a distance of 35 kilometers, with a time of 1:11:42 hours, and maintained the lead in the second stage, a distance of 25 kilometers, with a time of 55:18 minutes, and maintained his position at the top of the standings in the third stage, a distance of 21 kilometers, with a time of 51. :12 minutes, and finished the race in first place in the fourth stage, a distance of 20 kilometers, with a time of 44:54 minutes.
In second place came the knight Yousef Muhammad Al-Hammadi, riding the horse “Emir DB”, after he came in 13th place in the first stage, with a time of 1:16:24 hours, and advanced to 11th place in the second stage with a time of 57:33 minutes, and rose to He placed eighth in the third stage, with a time of 50:06 minutes, before jumping to second place, and finishing the race in second place with a time of 40:43 minutes in the fourth stage. French horsewoman Letitia Gloriant came in third place riding the horse “Ghalib de Luzi”, owned by Ben Daen Stables. She came in 19th place with a time of 1:16:59 hours in the first stage, and advanced in the second stage to sixth place, with a time of 55:39 minutes, and continued her progress by reaching second place in the third stage with a time of 50:01 minutes, while she finished the race in position. Third with a time of 42:08 minutes.
Follow our latest local and sports news and the latest political and economic developments via Google news