Horseandhound.co.uk - Full Article
11:58 - 19 September, 2016
A horse has been put down at the FEI world endurance championships at the weekend (15-18 September).
Ajayeb, ridden by UAE rider Sheikh Rashid Dalmook Al Maktoum, tripped and fell on the fourth loop of the 160km track in Samorin, Slovakia.
The 15-year-old chestnut mare suffered “an irreparable leg injury” to her off fore and had to be put down.
“It was a very tough day”, said Spanish rider Jaume Punti Dachs, who took team and individual gold at the competition.
“There were magnificent horses in front of me, but endurance sometimes happens like this. You do everything right and then something goes wrong. It’s like life..."
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