Kuwait, March 12: The camel Malameh owned by Majid Al-Thufairi won the trophy of the 5km race for young female camels which was held as part of the 23rd Camel Racing Club Competition. Malameh won following a tight contest with the camel Azayem owned by Abdullah Al-Ajmi which took second place, while the camel Al-Dhabi owned by Abdullah Al-Qahtani came third. Secretary General of the Camel Racing Club Rabah Faraj Al-Ajmi presented the trophy to Majid Al- Thufairi and congratulated the winner.
He expressed delight over the success of this heritage sport as well as the concerted efforts exerted by the organizers.
In other competitions, the camel Al-Admali owned by Mansour Khamees won the second round of the Qa’adan race, while the camel Al- Anoud owned by Riyadh Al-Qahtani won the third round of the same category. The camel Hadaf owned by Ali Al-Shelahi won the fourth round and the camel Habibah owned by Abdulhadi Al-Ajmi won the fifth round.
The camel Al-Raked owned by Hamad Al-Morry was declared winner of the sixth round. In the seventh round of the race, the camel Raghad owned by Shenar Al-Ajmi beat other camels to take the first place. The camel Serab owned by Mansour Al-Ajmi excelled to win the eighth round. The camel Shahed owned by Khalid Al-Shatti beat the other camels to win the ninth round. The camel Met’ab owned by Mansour Al-Ajmi came first in the tenth round, and the camel Al-Kayedah owned by Hamad Al-Hajri turned out to be the best in the eleventh round of the race.