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