Friday, March 05, 2010

Brazilian horse won best condition award in UAE

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Brazilian horses are gradually showing potential in Arab lands. Adaptation in the desert can be a little slower to Brazilian horses, but in his time has shown good results.

Caraiva CSM was Best Condition in the Ladies Endurance Ride - CEN 90 km in the Dubai Endurance City this weekend, February 26. The breeder of the mare in Brazil is Claudio Ribas (Kazik Stud) and now she is in the second season in the United Arab Emirates. She assured the 6th place been ridden by Hamya Ali Mohm Al Saiqal. The average was 25.15 km/h average and arrive 18min48s after the champion. Caraiva completed the race in 3h34min40s. In the Best Condition she added 53, 36 points.

The Brazilian mare make up the team Seeh Al Salam Endurance Stables in UAE, which is owned Sh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Caraiva has completed some evidence in UAE.
Another Brazilian highlight was Pommery FGJ, from the same stable, the mare finished the race in 21th place. The Anglo Arab was been ridden by Jamila Ahmed, finishing the race in 4h26min15s and the average was 20.28 km / h.

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