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On Saturday 18 August 2018, Shaheen Yayhya Shaheen Khalfan Almazrouei (UAE) and his mount Castlebar Tazzani earned first place at the 120 kilometers course of the fourth ride at Euston Park. He was followed by compatriots Salim Said Al Owais on Keeshan D’Aillas and Saeed Hamoud Saeed Al Khayari on As Arapey.
Longines is proud to be the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the 2018 Euston Park Endurance rides. This competition includes 80, 120 and 160 kilometers rides and offers the opportunity for top riders and horses from all over the world to compete at the stunning Suffolk venue.
Renowned Swiss watchmaker Longines presented another successful edition of the HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Endurance Cup, which took place on the 6th of January at the Dubai International Endurance City. The international event featured some of the top names from the world of endurance riding competing over a distance of 160 km. It began at dawn on Saturday and consisted of five stages of decreasing length at the purpose-built Dubai International Endurance City course. The eventual winner, Saif Almazrouei, who won aboard Nopoli Del Ma, was granted an elegant Longines timepiece ...
On Saturday 19 August 2017, Salem Hamad Saeed Malhoof Al Kitbi (UAE) finished first at the 160 kilometers course of the fourth ride at Euston Park. He succeeds to compatriot Mansour Saeed Mohd Al Faresi who won one month ago the third ride.
Longines is proud to be the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the 2017 Euston Park Endurance rides. This competition includes 80, 120 and 160 kilometers rides and offers the opportunity for top riders and horses from all over the world to compete at the stunning Suffolk venue.%break%In addition, the Emirian rider was rewarded an elegant Longines ...
Longines has been appointed First Partner and Official Watch of the remainder of a host of new Endurance rides that are taking place at the iconic Euston Park, England this summer. The rides, which comprise 80, 120 [junior and senior] and 160 km courses, are on June 19, July 16 and August 13 and follow a successful first event on May 28. They offer an unprecedented opportunity for top riders and horses from across the globe to compete at the stunning Suffolk venue, which played host to the 2012 World Endurance Championships.
On Sunday 19 June, the winner of the 160 kilometre course, Sa...