Royal Cavalry participates in the Endurance World Championship in Abu Dhabi

Muscat: The Royal Cavalry of the Royal Court Affairs participated in the opening ceremony of the World Endurance Championship, which is being hosted by Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

The Royal Cavalry will participate in the chamionship, which will be held in Bu Theeb in Abu Dhabi, UAE. 129 male and female riders representing 36 countries from around the world will compete in the championship.

The competition includes 6 stages for a distance of 160 km, where the distance of the first stage is 31 km, the distance of the second stage is 30 km, the distance of the third stage is 30 km, the fourth stage is 29 km, the distance of the fifth stage is 20 km, and the distance of the sixth and final stage is 20 km.

The Royal Cavalry completed their readiness to participate and compete in the tournament, where the Royal Cavalry will be represented by Mahmoud bin Marhoon Al-Fawry on horseback Dalila, the knight Hisham bin Saleh Al-Farsi on horseback Al-Raisa and the knight Ahmed bin Salem Al-Hamdani on horseback as a winner, and the knight Saleh bin Salem Al-Balushi on horseback Stick and the rider Adel bin Saeed Al Balushi on horseback Tuscan.

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