Top equine range to go on show in Dubai
Dubai, March 7, 2012
A wide range of international equine products, services, equipment and technology for horse owners, breeders and equine professionals in the Middle East will go on display at the upcoming Dubai International Horse Show.
Now in its 8th year, the show takes place from March 15 to 17 t the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
It will incorporate almost everything pertaining to horses and the equine industry, from supplier presentations and demonstrations, riding classes, pony rides and an equestrian art exhibition.
“Horses have been a part of the Arab culture for centuries, Dubai is an ideal meeting place for equine enthusiasts from the region and the Dubai International Horse Fair is an important trade platform and meeting place for those passionate about horses,” said Abdulla Qassem, board member – Higher Organising Committee of Dubai International Horse Fair and Dubai International Arabian Horse Championship.
“An important part of the industry, this event brings together professionals from around the world who recognise the opportunities for growth in this region,” added Qassem.
The event will showcase a wide range of products and services from leading international and local companies including Al Awani, Dubai Equine Hospital, Jebel Ali Race Course, Laake Equestrian Systems, Royal Cavalry, Shadwell Estate and Stableforce Trading.
Also a number of companies, including Arabian Fine Art, Belhasa Projects and Carolyn Morton will be participating for the first time this year.
Completing the display of equestrian products are live demonstrations in the Dubai International Horse Fair Riding Arena including dressage, show jumping, riding classes, falcon displays as well as competitions, supplier seminars, pony rides as well as exciting demonstrations by skilled riders and trainers.
There are also exclusive show discounts available on all displays and equipment from equine care to transportation. – TradeArabia News Service
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