Royal Cavalry wins twice at British Chepstow Race

London: The Royal Cavalry’s horses continued to shine on British racecourses by winning first place twice in the British Chepstow race. The horse ‘Rehab’ bred by the Royal cavalry won the first place in the first race dedicated for the pure Arabian horses for 1,600 metres. Rehab was ridden by David Turner and supervised by trainer Said bin Butti al Badi. The horse ‘The Sohar,’ bred by the Royal Cavalry, won the first place in the sixth race, which was dedicated to the pure Arabian horses for a distance of 2,400 metres, ridden by Jonah Mousen and supervised by trainer Said bin Butti al Badi. — ONA