Tuesday, July 05, 2005
AL Khaldiya Stables captain Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa yesterday won the 'Youngest Arab Rider' title after taking part in the Florac International Endurance Horseride Championship in France. Riding Asterida Izba, Shaikh Khalid finished 20th in the six-stage race held over a distance of 160 kms.
The race, which started at 4am yesterday, witnessed a strong European participation who competed against the Roay Team riders and UAE's contender Adnan Sultan Al Nuaimi.
Royal Team rider Yusif Tahar also managed to finish the race despite experiencing difficulties, particularly in the second stage.
Meanwhile, Hamad Al Marissi, who was riding Sunway River, quit in the second stage.
The Royal Team left for the Catous region to train for the next race to be held on Saturday.
His Majesty King Hamad congratulated Shaikh Khalid on his achievement.
By Steph - July 05, 2005
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