The Al Wathba Stallions Cup returns to the Belgian racecourse in Glenn

Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
The Al Wathba Stallions Cup, dedicated to purebred Arabian horses aged four and up, for a distance of 1500 meters, returns this afternoon to the Belgian Walomy Mons Glen racecourse under the auspices of the 14th edition of His Highness’s Racing Festival Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
The organization of the festival is under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Presidential Court, who contributes to the development of the horse racing industry in the world, supports the efforts to preserve the horses of Arab breed and encourages breeders to pay attention and care for them on various continents.
The race, which has a prize of 5,000 euros, gathers a large number of horses of 13 horses aged four years or older, in particular “Neil Adams” by Lauros Eichbacher, under the supervision of Francesca Eschbacher, led by Christ Denhens , and “Laskey” for owner and coach Syed Gidari and headed by Stefan Pro.
He is competing for the “first” title of Marco Giangori, led by Gary Sanchez, “Haluesha de Pouzles” by Marcel Mizzi, and led by Liz DeTren, both under the supervision of Elizabeth Bernard, and “Tex Da” by owner and coach Johan Versterben, led by Co Collimans, and “Danzich”. Umm Journey, supervised by Geely Journey, led by Robbie Hidnes, and “Sida de Soleil” for “SBM” for horse racing, supervised by Mold Bustima, and led by Nadia Ibrahim.
The festival is supported and sponsored by the Department of Culture and Tourism, the Abu Dhabi Sports Council, the National Archives and Library, the main partner, Etisalat, the official partner, National Fodder, the strategic partner, Emirates Airlines, the carrier official, and also sponsors Al Masoud Nissan, Areej Princesses and Omair Bin Youssef Travels, Yas Channel, the General Union of Women, the Supreme Council for Maternity and Childhood, the Viola Company, the Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club and the ‘Emirates Arabian Horse Association.

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