Five Omani riders qualify for World Endurance Championship

Muscat: 5 riders from the Royal Cavalry have qualified for the World Endurance Cup France 2024 and will represent the Sultanate of Oman in the next World Cup.

Jockey Hussein bin Ali Al Farsi, riding the Royal Cavalry’s horse “Fanshdouh,” was able to pass the stages of the French “Compiegne” race, which was organized by the International Equestrian Federation for a distance of 140 km, with the participation of male and female knights from various countries of the world.

Last April, Hussein Al-Farsi, riding the horse “Fenshdouh”, passed the stages of the French “Saumur” race, organized by the International Equestrian Federation, for a distance of 160 km, and as a result, he will qualify for the World Endurance Cup, which will be held next September in France. Four riders from the Royal Cavalry have qualified for the World Endurance Cup in France 2024. They are the rider Mahmoud bin Marhoon Al-Fawri, riding the horse “Dalila”, the rider Hisham bin Saleh Al-Farsi, riding the horse “Balxima”, and the jockey Ahmed bin Salem Al-Hamdani, riding the horse “Kasba”. And the knight, Saleh bin Salem Al-Balushi, riding the horse “Stik”.

For his part, Dr. Sarhan bin Salem Al Zaidi, Director General of the Royal Cavalry, said that this qualification for the World Endurance Cup in France 2024 is an achievement added to the successive achievements of the Royal Cavalry at the international level, which came with the high interest and continuous support of His Majesty the Sultan, may God protect him and protect him. To highlight the name of the Sultanate of Oman in various forums.

He added that the Royal Cavalry specialists had drawn up a plan and goals to ensure qualification and competition in the upcoming World Endurance Cup in France 2024, explaining that the work plan for qualification was launched after the Abu Dhabi 2023 Endurance World Cup, which included participation and competition with a group of riders and horses in a number of international races. Organized by the International Equestrian Federation in various countries of the world, the riders participated in several qualifying races.

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