Connect with us

Sports

Ajman Arabian Horse Auction posts record-breaking sales

AJMAN, 27th November 2021 (WAM) – The Ajman Arabian Horses Auction, organised on Friday by the Emirates Arabian Horse Society (EAHS), at Ajman Stud, achieved a record-breaking trade of AED8.1 million for 55 pure-bred Arabians, out of 58 offered.

The highest bidding price of the day went to A.J. Raheda, a mare by WH Justice and Lumiar Roslaita, which fetched AED700,000.

More than 37 owners from the UAE and 46 from abroad attended the auction.

"The auction results exceed all expectations," said Mohammed Ahmed Al Harbi, Director-General of EAHS.

"Chaired by H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, EAHS seeks to provide world-class services and support to the owners of the best and noblest Arabian horse breeds," he added.

Al Harbi noted that thanks to the follow-up of Sheikh Zayed bin Hamad Al Nahyan, Deputy Chairman of EAHS, the Society follows the international quality standards and best practices in all its activities, including races and services offered to the owners.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sports

Pogacar wins Liege with epic solo break, launching bid for Giro d’Italia and Tour de France

Tadej Pogacar won the Liege-Bastogne-Liege bike race on Sunday thanks to a solo break 30km from home launched on a steep climb and sustained to the finish line.

Continue Reading

Sports

Dozens of Chinese swimmers failed doping tests ahead of Tokyo Olympics

Twenty-three Chinese swimmers tested positive for a banned drug before the Tokyo Olympics in 2021 the World Anti-Doping Agency confirmed Saturday, defending the decision to let them compete based on China's findings they had ingested it unknowingly.

Continue Reading

Sports

Tests expose worrying flaws in France’s anti-drone system for 2024 Olympics

With less than 100 days to go before Paris hosts the 2024 Olympics, which organisers plan to open with an elaborate waterborne ceremony on the Seine river, concerns are mounting about the efficiency of the anti-drone shield meant to protect the French capital from a potential terror attack. According to several security sources, recent tests have exposed some worrying flaws in the system.

Continue Reading

Trending