Monday, November 20, 2017
UAE: Dead or Alive? The Not So Strange Case of Altered Results
The CI notation was later removed and does not now show up on the race stats
Credit : Screen shot
Grandprix-replay.com - Full Article
Sunday 19 November - 17h52 | Lulu Kyriacou
For the second weekend in a row, there have been fatalities in a United Arab Emirates endurance ride, this time in the AL MARMOOM ENDURANCE CUP – CEN 120 KM. But the two horses concerned here are particularly special. They rose from the dead when the results were altered an hour or two after being published on the official scorer's website, Tawqeet.
THE ORIGINAL RESULT
The ride was organised by the Dubai International Equestrian Club in association with the Emirates Equestrian Federation. Catswhisker Tiro Centauri, a ten-year-old chestnut gelding, and Kurrajong Unique a 16-year-old bay gelding were both listed on the original live scores as CI, Catastrophically Injured. Catswhisker Tiro Centauri apparently met his end on the second loop, and poor Kurrajong Unique did not even get as far as that, he was out the first gate. The horses are both registered in the UAE and both appear to come from the same training stable although Kurrajong Unique was ridden by a Bangladeshi national Nur Mohommod Ali Bablu. Catswhisker was ridden by a more experienced rider, Khalifa Mohammed Saeed Salem ALKHYELI.
NOT DEAD AFTER ALL........ ?
An hour or so after the race finished a check on the results found that the CI had been changed to FTC (Failed To Complete)...
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