Celebrating the winners of Emirates Heritage Club Dressage Championship

On Friday the Emirates Heritage Club Dressage Championship has been concluded with celebrating the winners , that was carried out in Sultan Bin Zayed Grand Equrstrian Hall ay AL Khatem city. Dressage competition had witnessed the participation of a large number of national riders and from several nationalities residing in the country represented many stables in the state, with attendance of HE  Abdullah Mohammed Jaber Al Muhairbi, Executive Director of Support Services at the Club, Mohammed Muhair Al Mazrouei, Director of the Boudhieb International Equestrian Village and Stables , and a number of officials and fans of the sport.

The celebrating of the winners done by Mr. Mohammed Al-Mazrouei who awarded  the winners in various stages of the championship, where the rider Mohammed Saleh Al-Karbi won the 1st  place for the stage of the open for non-registered in the UAE Equestrian Federation, and the rider Hazza Abdullah Al Harbi won the 1st place in the  stage of the preliminary open for non-registered in the UAE Equestrian Federation,  While Sarah Frazer won 1st  place in the preliminary stage 4

Bianca Schutz won the 1st  place for the junior stage 4, while Lena Mowin won the 1st  position for the fourth stage of the UAE riders. The first prize was awarded to Tracy Gell for the 1st stage of the short horses and the first stage of the UAE Equestrian and Racing Federation. Fellow Emma Janzarin is the first pre-international St. George Championship.

The competition was held in accordance with the laws of the International Equestrian Federation and the UAE Equestrian and Racing Federation. It included eight stages, two of which were open to non-registered members of the UAE Equestrian Federation, in which eighteen male and female students from Boudhieb Equestrian Academy expressed their interest they gave got and their horses from this tournament.


Both of the rider Badr Mohammed Al-Balushi and Atiq Waleed Al-Rumaithi of the Boudhieb Equestrian Academy’s students expressed their pleasure in the competitions that took place, whether in terms of personal skills or in the field of participating horses. Their colleague Mohammed Saleh Al-Kerbi praised such competitions, In August Al Kerbi  won the third place in the show  jumping  in the European Championship for Arabian horses held in Vienna, Austria under the patronage of HH Sheikh Sultan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, His Royal Highness Q State President of the Emirates Heritage Club.

 Dressage and Horse racing competitions, organized by the club, have been received by horsemen from various stables in the country. Competitors compete to show their skills and abilities in this sport. These competitions develop the horse’s natural athletic ability and readiness to perform better. The performance required movements automatically, responding with great flexibility, which is at the top of the evolution of the performance of his promotion, to the movements of simple help from the knight of skill, which does not seem to make any effort, proving the knight in horse racing competitions in a modern way on his ability to train at all levels by performing “tests”, which is a specific set of moves that a horse should perform within a certain area.

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