Saturday, July 09, 2005
SHAIKH Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa leads the Royal Team at the Catus International Endurance Horseride Championship which will be flagged off in France today.
The 120-km race is being held under the supervision of the International Endurance Federation.
Spain will be lining up 15 riders in this six-stage race which starts at 8.00 am (Bahrain time).
Brazil have three riders in the fray while Qatar two. Britain and Luxembourg will be each represented by one rider while UAE and the US are yet to confirm their participation.
Shaikh Nasser will be riding Australian-based Bawara Shabbi which will be making its European endurance debut. Shaikh Khalid will be astride Sunway River.
Royal Team members Yusif Tahar and Hamad Al Marissi will ride Australian-based Aloha Gooda and Sundry respectively while Fouad Jawhar will take part in the event on Sebastian.
Khalid Al Ruwae will not be taking part in the race as his horse Jallad is injured.
By Steph - July 09, 2005
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