GDNonline.com - Full Article
July 17 2017
Bahrain Royal Endurance Team’s Hamad Janahi won first place in the 130-km Argenton Race held in France to qualify for the World Youth Championship which is set to be held in Italy.
Janahi rode his horse Samira to victory clocking 06:24.57 hours at a speed of 20 km.
Completing Bahrain Royal Endurance Team’s impressive performance were Mohammed Al Miqdad, who finished third, and Mohammed Abdul Samad at fifth.
Al Miqdad clocked 06: 25.02 hours at a speed of 20 km, while Abdul Samad registered clocked 07: 11.55 hours at 18 km speed.
Last year, Bahrain Royal Endurance Team’s Rashid Al Rowaie also won first place on the same horse, Samira, on the same location.
With his victory, Janahi joined fellow Bahraini riders Fahad Al Khateri, winner of the latest edition of the World Youth Championship in Chile, Dana Al Bengadeer, Rashid Al Rowaie and Salem Sabt to the World Youth Championship...
Read more here:
TheAdventurists.com A new world-class horse race in Patagonia. We here at The Adventurists created the Mongol Derby a staggering 10 year...
FEI.org Stories - Full Article July 3 2018 In our latest Horse of the Month feature, we get to know more about this WEG Endurance lege...
April 29 2018 73 starters representing 24 nations tackled the 120-km CEI 2* endurance event Saturday April 28 at Tryon, North Carolina. It...
The CI notation was later removed and does not now show up on the race stats Credit : Screen shot Grandprix-replay.com - Full Article ...