The race was UAE-bred maiden horses will be ruin over 11 furlongs and is open to Private Owners only with Invest AD chipping in as sponsors.

The race was UAE-bred maiden horses will be ruin over 11 furlongs and is open to Private Owners only with Invest AD chipping in as sponsors.

The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage’s (ADACH) HH Sheikh Mansoor bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Flat Racing series continues with a 14 horses contesting the Al Wathba Stud Farm Maiden race for Private Owners at the Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club race course on Sunday, February 14.

The race was UAE-bred maiden horses will be ruin over 11 furlongs and is open to Private Owners only with Invest AD chipping in as sponsors.

Abdullah Al Qubaisi, Communications Director of ADACH, said, “After the success of the HH THe President’s Cup (Group 1) race we revert back to supporting Purebred Arabian horses from Private Owners. This will offer them a level playing field and give them more chances to compete against each other.”

Lara Sawaya, Director of HH Sheikh Mansoor bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Flat Racing said, “We welcome Invest AD as our partners in this race series.We thank Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), Bonyan International Investment Group LLC, Invest AD, Abu Dhabi Sports Council, Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club, Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition 2010 (ADIHEX).”

Mussalam Al Ameri, Racing Manager for Sheikh Mansoor’s stables said, “We have some good horses like Mooser, Ameer Al Sraya and BH Gazal running in the Al Wathba Stud Farm Maiden race for Private Owners. An interesting contest is on the cards 

Today’s Al Wathba Stud Farm Maiden race is part of a six-race meeting which includes the UAE Arabian Derby and the Emirates Fillies Classic, both Prestige races fior Purebred Arabian horses.