A show with approximately 600 Arabian Horses belonging to 350 exhibitors competing in halter, cross country, performance, endurance, jump, barrels, team penning and showing an Auction that brought around US$ 1 million dollars, all being aired by a cable TV to all of Brazil.
Class 5 | Mares (7-9 Years) First: Pianissima [Stadnin Koni Janow Podlaski] Second: Magora [HRH Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud] Third: Shownel [Dubai Arabian Horse Stud] Class 6 | Mares (10 Years and Older) First: Eagleridge Passionata [Ajman Stud] Second: Kharelle [HRH Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud] Third: Deska HJE [Ajman
Class 10 | Stallions (4-6 Years) First: Spartacus TO [Ajman Stud] Second: AJ Darrajj [Ahmed Hamad Musabeh Khalfan Almusafri] Third: Aj Dinar [Faysal Ghazi Al-Urfali] Class 11 | Stallions (7-9 Years) First: Q R Marc [Knocke Arabians Mr. Paul Gheysens] Second: Memphis 27 [Ajman Stud] Third: IM Bayad Cathare [Royal Cavalry of Oman] Class 12 | Stallions (10
MONDAY MORNING - FEBRUARY 20 - EQUIDOME - 8:00 A.M. Class 155 630 HA/AA WESTERN PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIP, JTR 14-17 To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown and judged in a designated qualifying class in the Half-Arabian Western Pleasure section for amateurs, owners or junior exhibitors at this show. To be shown at a walk, jog-trot and lope. To be judged
Well known for their endurance and spirit, Arabians are found playing polo at various levels of the sport all over the world. Much like the Arabian breed, the sport of polo represents a long history that has found a continued interest today and beyond.