Knight Salem Muhammad Al Ketbi won the Dubai Crown Prince’s Endurance Cup for a distance of 119 km, in the Dubai International City for Endurance in Saih Al Salam, with the participation of 151 knights from various stables and equestrian clubs in the country.
Al-Ketbi won the title after he came in fifth place in the first stage, advanced to third place in the second stage, then fell to fourth place in the third stage, before climbing to the lead in the fourth stage on the horse “Wilomere Encore” owned by M7 stables, and came in second place The jockey Suhail Al Ghailani on horse “Seven Larzak” owned by the M7 stables, followed in third place by the jockey Saeed Ahmed Al-Harbi on horse “Castelbar” owned by the F3 stables.
As for the stages of the race, the jockey Khalfan Juma Khamis topped the first stage, which ran for 40 kilometers on the “Siam Do” horse, owned by MRMM Stables, and finished the distance in a time of 1:19:21 hours, and the jockey Suhail Al Ghailani came in second place. On horseback “Seven Larzak”, owned by M7 stables, recording a time of 1:19:39 hours, followed by jockey Hazza Abdullah Saeed on horse “Berdaberg Rasta” owned by Al Reef Stables, with a time of 1:20:03 hours.
The jockey Rashid Hammoud Al-Junaibi topped the competitions of the second stage of the race for a distance of 32 kilometers on the horse “Al Thor of Gredos”, owned by the countryside stables, with a time of 1:06:34 hours. Salem Mohammed Al Ketbi came third on the horse “Wilomere Encore”, owned by M7 Stables, with a time of 1:08:33.
The excitement continued in the third stage for a distance of 27 km, with the progression of the jockey Saeed Ahmed Al-Harbi from the 14th to the first place on the horse “Castelbar” owned by the F3 stables with a time of 57:41 minutes, and the jockey Saeed Hammoud Al-Khiari came in second place on the horse “Akeem” De Planol”, owned by M7 stables, had a time of 59:40 minutes, and the jockey Suhail Al Ghailani came third with a time of 59:56 minutes.
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