Emirates International Endurance Village: The new season programme announced

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The epic contests will take place in Al Wathba.

The programme for the 2022/23 season for the Emirates International Endurance Village has been announced.

One of the UAE’s most impressive endurance horse riding venues, the village hosts numerous races annually including The President’s Cup, National Cup Day and the Emirates Championship.

Beginning on 27 November with the National Day Cup, the season will run until the end of March.

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The President of UAE Endurance Cup will take place on 12 February 2023 at the village located in Al Wathba.

The Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak for Private Stables – Ladies Endurance Cup CEN 100 km ride will take place on 3 December while the Sheikha Fatima bint Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan Ladies Endurance Cup CEN 100 km ride will take place on 18 February with the Sheikh Mohammed bin Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan Endurance Cup for Private Owners CEN 100 km to take place on the following day.

The Sheikh Zayed bin Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan Endurance Cup for Private Owners CEN 100 km ride will take place on 17 March.

The list of competitions hosted by the village also includes the Abu Dhabi Festival Endurance Ride for Ladies CEN 100 km ride, to be held on 18 March, followed by the Abu Dhabi Festival Open Endurance Cup CEN 120 km ride, to take place on 19 March.

Speaking on the announcement, Musallam Al Ameri, Director-General of the Village, thanked Sheikh Mansour for his unlimited support for heritage competitions.

“Under the directives of Sheikh Mansour, the village’s team has completed all preparations to exert all the possible efforts to host the new season.”

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