LONDON: Oman's horse 'Maghazi' owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Nasser Al Hashar won the first place in the 4th round of the Royal Cavalry race for purebred Arabian horses for a distance of
1,500 meters on the track of the Chelmsford City racecourse in the United Kingdom.
Seven purebred Arabian horses of global level took part in the round.
It witnessed a strong competition from the horse 'Zahi' owned by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
This race is the third of the season where Al Hashar’s horses take part at the level of Europe after two races during June.
The first was at the British Doncaster racecourse where 'Karar' owned by Sheikh Nasser bin Mohammed Al Hashar won the Premier Cup and the title of the Royal Cavalry of Oman for
a distance of 2600 meter, and 'Maghazi' was the runner-up.