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Now Henderson (below) will give Altior a Cheltenham prep race in the Game Spirit Chase or a racecourse gallop at Newbury on 10 February.
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Gallops of Oman, the Sultanate's first equestrian endurance competition, saw 110 riders from nine countries explore secrets of Sharqiyah Sands, mounted on Arabian horses, negotiating pristine deserts and rolling dunes.
Bidiyah, Feb 20 (ONA) Making their way down the dunes during the penultimate stage of Gallops of Oman, the horses and riders emerged at the coast, bordering the edge of A'Sharqiyah Sands, in preparation for the fifth and final stage.
Under the auspices of H E Ahmed bin Nasser al Mehrzi, Minister of Tourism, Gallops of Oman, the sultanate's first ever ride to combine adventure with a test of horsemanship, will come to a finish on February 21.
So many times our gallops were waterlogged and it meant getting out the horseboxes and travelling to all parts to get a good gallop into them.
That proves some horses save their best for raceday and the way they perform in these gallops shouldn't be taken too literally.
ONE of the last times I saw Gallops live was at Cardiff's Swn Festival in the upstairs room of a Queen Street bar.
REVIEW Gallops : Telford's Warehouse, Chester January 19 GALLOPS don't change with the seasons.
Silca's Sister, Opera Cape and Palace Episode, three of Godolphin's acquisitions last autumn, all came out on top in their respective racecourse gallops on the Nad Al Sheba grass yesterday.
Bidiyah, Feb 17 (ONA) The Gallops of Oman 2014 kicked off in the Wilayat of Bidiyah in the Governorate of North A'Sharqiyah today under the auspices of Ahmed bin Nasser al-Meherzi, Minister of Tourism in the presence of a number of ministers, undersecretaries, sheikhs and dignitaries in the Governorates of North and South A'Sharqiyah.
Muscat: Over 100 adventurous horseback riders will race over dunes, rocky terrain and beaches for five days in February as they compete in the first ever 'The Gallops of Oman' endurance horse race, The Royal Court Affairs, represented by The Royal Cavalry announced yesterday.