HORSE TIMES Magazine :: THE LEADING EQUESTRIAN MAGAZINE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Add HorseTimes Egypt's Equestrian Magazine to your Favorites Join HorseTimes Egypt's Equestrian Magazine on Facebook Subscribe to HorseTimes Egypt's Equestrian Magazine on Youtube Follow HorseTimes Egypt's Equestrian Magazine on Google+ Pin HorseTimes Egypt's Equestrian Magazine Photos Follow HorseTimes Egypt's Equestrian Magazine Latest News
HOME PROFILE ADVERTISE SUBSCRIBE LINKS CONTACT

The Leading Equestrian Magazine In The Middle East

Welcome To Horse Times
HORSE TIMES is a complimentary quarterly English-language magazine established in Egypt in 1997. It is the only English language publication in the Middle East dedicated to improving access .. read more..

Horse Times Magazine :: Spring Issue # 53

PUBLISHED SPRING 2017, ISSUE 53 FEATURES:

20TH ANNIVERSARY
HRH PRINCESS HAYA BINT AL HUSSEIN

20TH ANNIVERSARY
RIDERS’ PROFILES

20TH ANNIVERSARY
BLUE BLOOD ADDICTED TO HORSES

20TH ANNIVERSARY
BEHIND THE SCENES

20TH ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRITIES WITH PASSION FOR HORSES

20TH ANNIVERSAR..

VIEW MAGAZINE ISSUES HERE >>

Horse Times Weekly Headlines :: Issue # 29

LGCT CHANTILLY: JÉRÔME GUERY VICTORIOUS IN HOTLY CONTESTED CSI5*

TRYON SUMMER SERIES 2017: ANDREW RAMSAY & COCQ A DOODLE WIN FINAL GRAND PRIX

DUTCH DELIVER AT LAST IN FABULOUS FALSTERBO FEI NATIONS CUP™ JUMPING

WINS CSIO5* €200, 00 GRANDPRIX STEVE GUERDAT

LGCT CHANTILLY HARRIE AND EMERAL..

VIEW HEADLINES ISSUES HERE >>

HORSE TIMES RELEASES A NEW BOOK


ALLTECH FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES
NORWAY 2014

Download here >>
NEWS EVENTS HEADLINES ISSUES ARTICLES VIDEOS STREAMING BLOG
HORSE TIMES NEWS DETAILS
>> STATEMENT FROM SAUDI EQUESTRIAN
Date: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Horse Times Egypt: Equestrian Magazine :News :STATEMENT FROM SAUDI EQUESTRIAN

STATEMENT FROM SAUDI EQUESTRIAN

Statement regarding the findings of the International Court of Arbitration for Sport

The entire team at Saudi Equestrian is delighted with the findings of the International Court of Arbitration for Sport which has reduced the original eight month ban handed to Khaled Abdulaziz Al Eid and Abdullah Waleed Sharbatly, to two months and, following their voluntary suspension in February, allows both riders to start competing again with immediate effect.

With Khaled Al Eid already qualified for the London Olympic Games with Presley Boy, the focus is now on Abdullah Sharbatly qualifying on Sultan V before 17th June.

We would like to draw attention to the original findings of the FEI Tribunal which acknowledged, in both cases, that neither the rider nor the team had deliberately administered Bute to their horses, and reiterate that Saudi Equestrian is an unequivocal supporter of the FEI’s Clean Sport campaign.

Ziyad Abduljawad, the Managing Director of Saudi Equestrian said, “This has been an extremely difficult and testing time for the Saudi Equestrian team and I would like to praise the way in which both Khaled and Abdullah have handled themselves throughout the process.

I would also like to praise the entire Saudi Equestrian team who have remained focussed and have gone about their own competition schedules in an exemplary fashion.

I would also like to extend my thanks and gratitude to Jeremy Dickerson and his team at Burges Salmon for all their hard work on this case.”

*This is brought to you via www.saudiequestrian.com
**To learn more about Saudi Equestrian, use the following link:

http://horsetimesegypt.com/pdf/articles/PROFILES/Saudi_Equestrian_Olympic_Vision_And_More.pdf

COMMENTS




Upcoming Events & Coverages



Olympia Horse Show (13-19 December 2016) - EQUIST (19-21 May 2017)

Copyright 2009 - 2017 © Horse Times. All rights reserved. powered by zanss.com