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Too many new purebred raisers think if they win ribbons at fairs, they can sell all their lamb crop as breeding stock.
In the third round, named Jabal Darbat for a distance of 1600 meters and for Purebred Arabian horses, the first place was won by the horse Sawah, owned by Yasser bin Hamoud al- Kindi, rid by Isa bin Mohammed al- Balushi.
With this announcement IPIC has added one of the world's premier Purebred Arabian contests to their existing flat race portfolio which already includes the Al Quoz Sprint, a top-tier contest which attracts some of the world's best sprint stars.
Requirements for show dogs and purebreds include competition in at least one event in the past year, a title from a purebred dog registry or the owner's participation in a purebred breeding club that enforces a code of ethics for breeding.
A sub herd of 30 commercial purebred Charolais heifers was established three years ago within SAC's 200 cow spring calving herd on its Easter Howgate LFA unit.
Champion trainer Ernst Oertel holds strong claims in the Purebred Arabian version with champion jockey Tadhg O'Shea electing to ride Nymphea Du Paon, a winner of seven of her eight career starts.
So, where is it written that only purebred dogs get the blue ribbons and airtime?
The champion Ezil secured his second successive President Cup for Purebred Arabians with his impressive victory over the Qatari Mebrouk.
Yazeed, with Stephan Ladjadj on the back, shocked Emir Sword Group 1 PA winner Ebraz (Theo Bachelot) to claim the Purebred Arabian Guineas 1,600m race by quarter length.
The race will include eight rounds, six of which are allocated to purebred Arabian horses and two rounds to hybrid purebred horses.