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By Fadhli Ishak - September 16, 2019
A TOP-FIVE target has been set for the national riders for the FEI World Endurance Championships for Young Riders and Juniors, which starts on Wednesday, in Italy.
The team, comprising Faris Haikal Hassan Sa'ari, Aimin Azfar Nazulki, Nur Qasrina Amani Zakaria and Yusuf Luqman Zakaria, left for Under-21 competition in San Rossore, Italy, yesterday.
Team manager Mohamad Din Mat said if all goes smoothly a top-five finish in the team category will be achievable.
“The race will be split into four phases, and there will be a veterinary inspection after each phase.
“The first inspection will be done after 40km. The second (inspection) is after the next 33km, the third after another 27km and the final inspection at the end of the race,” said Mohamad yesterday.
“During the inspections, the horses’ physical condition will be examined. Horses need to pass each inspection to complete the race.
“It is thus important for our riders to know when they can push their horses during the race. Otherwise, they may risk being eliminated.
“We will be using the same horses as we did in France recently and they should arrive in San Rossore today (yesterday) from France..."
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