The Dubai Equestrian Club announced the calendar of the new season of endurance races at the Dubai International Endurance City in Seih Al Salam, which will start on the seventh of next November, while the most prominent races of the season, which is the Mohammed bin Rashid Endurance Festival, will start on February 27 of next year.
The 2022-2023 season will witness the holding of 26 different races between main, qualifying and women’s races, and the same for private stables and equestrian clubs, as the season will start with the Al Wasl Endurance Cup race for private stables on the seventh of next November.
On the other hand, the Dubai Crown Prince Endurance Festival will start on December 29 with the women’s race, then the private stables race on January 3, and the Yamama Cup for mare on the fourth of the same month, while the main race for the Dubai Crown Prince Cup will be held on January 7.
As for the Mohammed bin Rashid Endurance Festival, it will include four races, starting with the women’s race on February 27, then the Private Stables race on February 28, and the Jamilati race on March 1, while the Mohammed bin Rashid Cup will be held on March 3.
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