His Royal Highness Prince Bandar bin Khalid Al-Faisal, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Supreme Equestrian Authority and President of the Horse Racing Club, crowned this evening the stallion “Nabil Al-Sakab” with the gold of the Kingdom’s International Championship for Arabian Horses (Kahilah).
The championship will be held for the second year in a row under the supervision of the King Abdulaziz Center for Purebred Arabian Horses, at the Riyadh Front for Exhibitions and Conferences in Riyadh, and lasted for five days.
511 purebred Arabian horses from different countries of the world participated in the tournament the largest number recorded in the number of horses participating in the international championships in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and competed for 48 titles.
While the closing ceremony witnessed the crowning of the winners of ten championships for the participating categories, namely, fillies championships, mares championships, foals championships, horse championships of Saudi origin and origin, and stallions championships, honoring the participants, sponsors of the championship, arbitration and discipline committees.
The gold results for the tournaments were as follows:
The filly championship, ages one year, was awarded to the skilled Layali Al-Sayed for Al-Sayed Stud.
The championship of fillies Omar (2 and 3) years, and was the share of filly SK Tia for Stables Pouring.
The Mares Championship was won by DJ Djamilja of Hamat Stud for purebred Arabian horses.
Foals Championship, age of one year, crowned with gold, the pony Farid Al-Sawary of Al-Sawary Farm.
The Omar Colts Championship (2 and 3 years) went to the Shaman Al-Arib foal at Dosser Stud for the purebred Arabian horses.
The Stallion Championship was won by the stallion Nabil Al-Sakb for Al-Saqab Stables.
The filly championship is of Saudi origin , and it was the share of the filly, Alia Athba, for His Royal Highness Prince Abdulaziz bin Ahmed bin Abdulaziz.
The Foals Championship is of Saudi origin. The dowry was a fresh immigrant to His Royal Highness Prince Abdulaziz bin Ahmed bin Abdulaziz.
The mares championship is of Saudi origin, and the horse Khazna was the second for the elderly stud.
The stallion championship is of Saudi origin and origin, and it was awarded to the stallion Muhannad RH of Abqaiq Stud.