Oman Royal Cavalry’s ‘Jawhar’ wins first place in Sharjah

Sharjah: The Royal Cavalry’s horse “Jawhar” wins first place in the third round competition, the Firdaus race for purebred Arabian horses, for a distance of 1,700 meters, which was held at the Sharjah Equestrian and Racing Track in the United Arab Emirates.

Jawhar was crowned first place, led by jockey Connor Beasley and supervised by coach Ibrahim Al Hadhrami, while second place went to the horse “Jim Time” from Al Reef Stables, led by jockey Abdulaziz Al Balushi and supervised by coach Jaber Bitar, and third place went to the horse “Nisreen Al Wathba” from Al Wathba Racing, led by jockey Jules. Maupin and under the supervision of coach Eric Martinel.

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