Royal Cav­alry’s Riyam and Sylvine al Maury vic­to­ri­ous at Dubai In­ter­na­tional Day in UK

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Mus­cat - The Royal Cav­alry won two cups at Dubai In­ter­na­tional Day for Pure Ara­bi­ans in its 36th ver­sion which was held in New­bury Race­course in Berk­shire, Eng­land.

Top Arabian horses from Europe and Arab states took part in the race, stated a press re­lease.

Royal Cav­alry’s Riyam came first in the third race where 11 horses com­peted over 1,400m. The horse was rid­den by Ma­canzi and trained by Said al Badi.

While Shu­moos from Athba Sta­bles came sec­ond and was rid­den by Taj Osshi and trained by Philip Kol­ing­ton.

Sylvine al Maury re­tains ti­tle

Royal Cav­alry’s Sylvine al Maury re­tained its ti­tle in the Free Zone Race which took place over 2,000m.

The mare won the ti­tle last year too and this year it se­cured the same in the fifth race which was for Pure Ara­bi­ans of four year old and above.

Nine horses com­peted in the race.

The horse was rid­den by Bernard and trained by Eliz­a­beth.

Sylvine al Maury is one of the best mares in the world and has won Best Mare awards two times.

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