Al-Mutawa, Seidrawi and Al-Tabtabaei victorious
KUWAIT CITY, Feb 27: Kuwait Hunting and Equestrian Club’s Jockey Ali Al-Khorafi won the main 130-cm height trophy in the First National Days Barrier Jumping competitions held at the Hunting and Equestrian Club jumping track to mark the 57th Independence and 27th Liberation Days of the country.
Al-Khorafi was followed by Ghazi Al-Juraiwi, Rakan Al-Hasawi and Bafil Forenco in that order, while female horse rider Yara Al-Hunaidi occupied the fifth and sixth places. Chairman of the International Competition Referees from United Arab Emirates Khalil Ibrahim crowned the winners. Lady jockey at Kuwait Hunting and Equestrian Club Jamilah Al-Mutawa came first in the 120- cm height jumping and excelled over Bafil Forenco and Ali Al-Khorafi.
The trophies were presented to the champions by international track designer from UAE Yousef Al-Mahmoudi. In the 110-cm height competition, Jockey Murbet Al-Seidrawi edged past Monic Van Hurst, Abdullah Al-Awadhi and Bader Al-Haifi. They were crowned by referees Dr Martha Thompson and Nada Al-Awadhi.
The 100 cm height ended in favor of Al-Messila Club’s Jockey Ahmad Al-Tabtabaei, followed by Meshari Al-Shatti and Hala Al-Mulla. Referee Muhannad Al-Bahar presented trophies to the winners.