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The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Endurance Cup – 4 February 2017

Al-Ulla Endurance Village, Al-Ulla, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 4 February 2017.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Endurance Cup  was the second CEI1* 110km race of the season, which saw 33 combinations starting.

The biggest fight within the top five was for the fourth place, where at the start of the final loop Sulaiman Fahad Alkhalifah (JC KAOS) was able to keep close to three minutes’ advantage over Khaled Alshoushan (Kalody Park Patriach).

From the second loop onwards the podium places didn’t change, with Abdulaziz Aldwaish (Bint Al Reeh Al Tayiba) averaging a speed of 22.7 km/h and remaining the dominant player.

He retained a lead of almost five minutes on Saleh Alsultan (Aloha Merechal), who was always in control of the second podium placing.

Mahamat Nour Hisseine (Aloha Kia) also had a controlled race and never lost sight of the third podium place.

 

Image credits: Saudi Arabian Equestrian Federation


Race gallery


Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorseStable
1stAbdulaziz AldwaishKSABint Al Reeh Al TayibaAbdulaziz Aldwaish
2ndSaleh AlsultanKSAAloha MerechalSaleh Alsultan
3rdMahamat Nour HisseineKSAAloha KiaMahamat Nour Hisseine

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Endurance Cup – 4 February 2017

Al-Ulla Endurance Village, Al-Ulla, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 4 February 2017.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Endurance Cup  was the second CEI1* 110km race of the season, which saw 33 combinations starting.

The biggest fight within the top five was for the fourth place, where at the start of the final loop Sulaiman Fahad Alkhalifah (JC KAOS) was able to keep close to three minutes’ advantage over Khaled Alshoushan (Kalody Park Patriach).

From the second loop onwards the podium places didn’t change, with Abdulaziz Aldwaish (Bint Al Reeh Al Tayiba) averaging a speed of 22.7 km/h and remaining the dominant player.

He retained a lead of almost five minutes on Saleh Alsultan (Aloha Merechal), who was always in control of the second podium placing.

Mahamat Nour Hisseine (Aloha Kia) also had a controlled race and never lost sight of the third podium place.

 

Image credits: Saudi Arabian Equestrian Federation


Race gallery


Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorseStable
1stAbdulaziz AldwaishKSABint Al Reeh Al TayibaAbdulaziz Aldwaish
2ndSaleh AlsultanKSAAloha MerechalSaleh Alsultan
3rdMahamat Nour HisseineKSAAloha KiaMahamat Nour Hisseine
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