Al Wathba Cup organized by English Bath Racecourse

Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
Under the name “Happy Birthday, Your Majesty”, Bath Racecourse will host the third Jump Stallions Cup race in the English arena, for horses aged four years and over, rated “zero to 65” for a distance of 3500 meters, with the participation of 6 horses competing for the financial prizes of 4000 pounds sterling, promoted by the 14th edition of the HH Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan International Racing Festival for Thoroughbred Arabian Horses.
The Al Wathba Stallions Cup series is held under the guidance and support of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, with the aim of supporting and spreading the purebred Arabian horse racing in Europe. and America.
The competition is led by Steve Blackwell’s “Jewels”, under the supervision of the same owner, and led by Louis Sanders, who finished second in the Stallions’ Jump Cup race, which was held at Brighton Racecourse 10 days ago.
Owner and trainer Miss Plumb is pushing Jeewan, led by Dougie Castillo, and Jericho of Tinelli, led by Taylor Heard, and there is Falcon de Roche by Stride Ahead Racing, under the supervision of Mickey Malcolm, led by Cameron Ellis, winner of the race. jump last year.
Also in the line-up are “Stonehenge” under the direction of Peter Hammersley, the only confirmed winner for a two-mile distance, and “Heritage Valentino”, under the supervision of trainer James Owen, and led by Rehan Ingram, both horses will test your resistance for the first time.
Jenny Hines, CEO of ARO, said: “We are thrilled to have them racing again in Bath with the race in honor of Her Majesty The Queen’s birthday celebrations, which also falls on Women’s Day at the Racecourse.
She added: “ARO is very grateful for the support of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan Racing Festival and in particular his sponsorship through the Al Wathba Cup Series for Stallions, which supports the grassroots level of our sport.”
The festival is supported and sponsored by the Department of Culture and Tourism, Abu Dhabi Sports Council, National Archives, the main partner, Etisalat, the official partner, National Fodder, the strategic partner, and Emirates Airlines, the carrier. official. Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, the Viola Company, the Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club and the Emirates Arabian Horse Association.

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