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March 30, 2013
BAHRAIN'S Shaikha Najla bint Salman Al Khalifa yesterday raced to victory in the 100-km Ladies Endurance Ride in Abu Dhabi.
The Ahmed Al Fateh Stable rider extended her impressive form to finish the race on top amidst a significant turn up of more than 80 riders from the UAE and other GCC countries.
Shaikha Najla was dominant in the race recording an average speed of 29-km per hour.
She was followed by Dana Mattar of Seeh Al Sallam of the UAE, while Ammar Stables rider Layla Josi rounded off the top three.
The event was divided into four stages of 33kms, 27kms, 24kms and 16kms each.
The Bahraini winner was congratulated after the race by Bahrain Royal Equestrian and Endurance Federation president Shaikh Faisal bin Rashid Al Khalifa.
Shaikh Faisal lauded the performance of Shaikha Najla and wished her further progress...
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