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Sixteen UAE show-jumpers for Doha

posted on 02/03/2003: 1967 views

As many as 16 show-jumpers from the UAE will be taking part in the CSI Two-Star Fourth Qatar International Show-jumping Championship which will be held in Doha from March 5 to 7, 2003 under the patronage of Sheikh Tamin bin Hamad Al Thani. These showjumpers have been selected from Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club, Abu Dhabi Mounted Police and the Sharjah Equestrian Centre, a press release from the UAE Equestrian and Racing Federation said.

The 16 jumpers include Adil Khamis, Khalid Al Juneibi, Abdullah Shoibi, Rashid Al Hossani and Majid Sultan, all from Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club, Khalid Sayed Marzooqi, Abdullah Salam Al Amiri, Abdul Aziz Ali Al Mansouri, Ahmed Al Juneibi and Mufta Al Dhaheri, all from Abu Dhabi Mounted Police, Sheikh Majid bin Abdullah Al Qasimi, Abdullah Hameed, Mohammed Al Owais, Ahmed Amin, Mohammed Al Kumaiti and Mohammed Al Karby, all from the Sharjah Equestrian Centre. (The Gulf News)


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