Mohammed Hamad Ali Al Attiya owned and trained Battash came up with a dazzling performance while clinching the Al Uraiq Cup, a Local Thoroughbred Handicap for horses rated 70 and below at the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club (QREC) on Thursday, March 5.
Hamad Bin Abdulrahman Bin Hamad Al Attiya’s Sejalaat (Kheleyf - Laqataat) posted a thrilling victory over stable mate Rock Up in the Rowdat Rasheed Cup, a Thoroughbred Handicap for horses rated 75 to 95, run over 1100 metres
The Qatar Racing & Equestrian Club (QREC) is organising a horse sale/auction, at the Horse Parade Ring opposite the QREC Grandstand, on 20 and 21 March 2015.
A major new race series for Purebred Arabians has been announced by the Qatar International Equestrian Committee in Doha on Thursday 26th February, The Qatar Arabian Triple Crown.
Educate A Child (EAC), a programme of Education Above All Foundation (EAA), received a financial contribution from the Qatar Racing & Equestrian Club on the concluding day of the H.H. The Emir 24th International Equestrian Sword Festival.
Sheikh Tamim Bin Joaan Al Thani’s “Dubday” wins HH The Emir’s TrophySheikh Hamad Bin Tamim Al Thani’s “Al Mourtajez” wins HH The Emir’s Sword
Qatar’s two most prestigious races for Thoroughbreds and Purebred Arabians are set to be broadcast in the UK for the first time this week by leading dedicated satellite horseracing broadcaster, Racing UK.
PRESTIGIOUS awards were made on Tuesday 24 February to mark the achievements in 2014 of three outstanding Qatari-owned horses as part of the eight-day H.H The Emir 24th International Equestrian Sword Festival staged under the patronage of H.H Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani.
Al Shaqab, which has high hopes for Dubday in the HH the Emir’s Trophy, made an early entry to the winner’s circle at Al Rayyan racecourse when their brilliant French-trained four-year-old Mister Ginoux retained his unbeaten record in the Group 1 Qatar International Trophy
QATAR’S biggest international fixture of the season lived up to its name when Roi De Vitesse, originally trained in England, but now based in Dubai for Bahraini connections, got up in the last two strides to win the Group 3 Qatar 2022 Invitation Cup on Tuesday 24 February