Camel race begins in Haima

Haima: Camel race begins today in the Wilayat of Haima within the purebred Arabian camel racing program organized by the Omani Camel Racing Federation at its first station in Al Wusta Governorate.

The race was sponsored by His Excellency Sheikh Muadhd bin Muhammad Al Yaqoubi, Governor of Al Wusta, in the presence of Sheikh Saeed bin Saud Al Ghufaili, President of the Omani Camel Racing Federation, and a number of officials.

The race included a section of folklore and poetry, as well as nine runs, the results of which were as follows:

In the first half, Hajjaj came in the first place, “Hafla”, owned by Hamid bin Abdullah Al-Harsousi, in the second place, “Najla”, owned by Khalid bin Ibrahim Al-Harsusi, and the third place was tired, owned by Nasser bin Al-Abd Al-Harsusi.

In the second half, Hajjaj Jadan came in the first place, “Shaman”, owned by Adel bin Salem Al-Junaibi, in the second place, “Shaheen”, owned by Yasser bin Salem Al-Amiri, and in the third place, Nasi, owned by Saeed bin Hamad Al-Junaibi.

As for the third round, Hajjaj came in the first place, “Qatana” owned by Saeed bin Mubarak Al-Harsusi, and in the second place “Goat” owned by Asaad bin Aziz Al-Junaibi, and in the third place “Shawaheen” owned by Abdullah bin Al-Abd Al-Wahaibi.

In the fourth round, Hajjaj – assigned to a car – came in first place, “Al-Nader”, owned by Mubarak bin Nasser Al-Harsusi, second place “Shaheen”, owned by Yasser bin Salem Al-Amiri, and third place “Saffron”, owned by Adel bin Salem Al-Junaibi.

In the fifth round, Hajjaj won the first place, “Shahiniya”, owned by Yasser bin Salem Al-Amiri, in the second place, “Khaleeyat”, owned by Mubarak bin Nasser Al-Harsusi, and in the third place, “Mithyar”, owned by Hamid bin Abdullah Al-Harsusi.

In the sixth round, Hajjaj came in the first place, “Al-Theeb”, owned by Al-Hamdi bin Hamid Al-Hakmani, in the second place, “Shaheen”, owned by Mubarak bin Muhammad Al-Harsousi, and in the third place, “Machil”, owned by Nasser bin Al-Abd Al-Harsousi.

In the seventh round, Hajjaj came in the first place, “Al-Shaheeniya”, owned by Muhammad bin Shaliweh Al-Junaibi, the second place was “Hamloulah”, owned by Hamid bin Abdullah Al-Harsus, and the third place was “Shawaheen” by its owner Badr bin Hadid Al-Junaibi.

In the eighth round, Al-Laqaya – assigned to a car – came in the first place, “Tala”, owned by its owner, Hatheth bin Munjash Al-Harsusi, and in the second place, “Ajayib”, owned by Hatem bin Salem Al-Junaibi, and “Shawahin”, owned by Saud bin Mubarak Al-Hakmani, in the third place.

In the ninth round, Al-Qayya came in the first place, “Pampered” by its owner Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Harsusi, the second place was “The Leader” by its owner Hatem bin Salem Al-Junaibi, and the third place was “Julmud” by its owner Hamad bin Nasser Al-Junaibi.

At the end of the race, His Excellency Sheikh, the sponsor of the ceremony, the President of the Omani Camel Racing Federation and the representative of Occidental Oman, the sponsor of the race, honored the supporting bodies and distributed prizes to the winners of the nine runs.

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