Muscat: The competitions of the eighth Oman Arabian Horse Championship, organised by the Royal Cavalry in the Affairs of the Royal Court, concluded yesterday evening at the Al Rahba Farm in the Wilayat of Barka.
52 horses from the elite beauty horses in the Sultanate of Oman participated in the eighth edition of the championship. The horses were divided into nine classes, which competed on Thursday, to qualify the horses with the best places to compete on Friday. Where the tournament is one of the agendas of the European Organisation for Arabian Horse Beauty (Ecaho) in terms of the laws and regulations adopted in its organisation and arbitration.
The closing ceremony was sponsored by His Excellency Basil bin Ahmed Al Rawas, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth for Sports and Youth.
The closing day included a number of events presented by the Knights of the Royal Cavalry, such as horse hypnosis and a review of the most prominent breeds of beauty horses in the Royal Cavalry.
The tournament was accompanied by an exhibition highlighting the status of the purebred Arabian horses through models of horses adorned with silver horse decorations, and pictures of a number of Royal Cavalry horses that have achieved advanced positions in horse races and various equestrian sports. The exhibition contains products for a number of small and medium enterprises.
The conclusion also included the event of horse riding for children, as the Equestrian Training Centre of the Royal Cavalry organised this event, amid a large turnout of children and a large public presence. of specification.