Doha, Qatar :The fourth round of the Qatar Equestrian Tour Longines – Hathab 7th season is set to commence at the outdoor arena of the Qatar Equestrian Federation in Al Rayyan today, continuing through tomorrow.
This round will begin with the Future Riders’ competition (Optimum Time) at 2 pm, featuring hurdle heights of 60 cm for ages 6 to 12 years and 80 cm for ages 12 to 16 years. Following this, the Small Tour – Accumulator with Joket (110/115cm) event will take place at 3:30 pm. The evening will showcase the Medium Tour (individual & teams) Table A One round against the clock with jump off (13/135cm) competitions starting at 6:30 pm.
Tomorrow’s schedule includes the Table A One round against the clock (100cm) event for Amateur Riders at 2 pm, followed by the Open Class - Table A One round against the clock (120/125cm) competition at 3:30 pm, and the Big Tour - Table A One round against the clock (145/150cm) at 6:30 pm.
As of now, Cyrine Cherif leads the standings in the Big Tour with 87 points, while Jaber Rashid Al Amri leads the Individual Medium Tour with 71 points. Abdullah Hassan Al Emadi tops the Small Tour with 71 points. Muhammad Abdullah Al Marri leads in the Future Riders’ first level with 90 points, and Azzam Barzan Saleh leads the second level with 79 points. Hadi Nasser Al Shahwani is the leader in the Amateur Riders’ category with 80 points. In dressage, Maryam Ahmed Al Saimatt leads Level 1 with 60 points, and Abdullah Khaled Al Julandani tops Level 2 with 55 points.
The Longines Hathab - Qatar Equestrian Tour is a prominent local championship designed to support and develop equestrianism in the country. It provides a high-quality competitive platform for participants to enhance their skills and abilities while fostering cooperation and partnerships among local authorities involved in the sport.