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Saudi horse racing cup winners honored in Tokyo

15 Oct 2019
 Equestrian Club General Manager Adel Al-Mazroua awards the Saudi cup to Al-Ishibashi Shuo, jockey of the winning horse Sirus. (Photo/Supplied)
Equestrian Club General Manager Adel Al-Mazroua awards the Saudi cup to Al-Ishibashi Shuo, jockey of the winning horse Sirus. (Photo/Supplied)
 Equestrian Club General Manager Adel Al-Mazroua awards the Saudi cup to Al-Ishibashi Shuo, jockey of the winning horse Sirus. (Photo/Supplied)
Equestrian Club General Manager Adel Al-Mazroua awards the Saudi cup to Al-Ishibashi Shuo, jockey of the winning horse Sirus. (Photo/Supplied)
 Equestrian Club General Manager Adel Al-Mazroua awards the Saudi cup to Al-Ishibashi Shuo, jockey of the winning horse Sirus. (Photo/Supplied)
Equestrian Club General Manager Adel Al-Mazroua awards the Saudi cup to Al-Ishibashi Shuo, jockey of the winning horse Sirus. (Photo/Supplied)
Updated 15 Oct 2019
15 Oct 2019

SPA

TOKYO: Equestrian Club General Manager Adel Al-Mazroua presented the fifth edition of the Saudi Arabia Cup to first-place winner Al-Ishibashi Shuo in Tokyo on Sunday.

Nine runners competed for the Saudi cup, held at Tokyo’s Fuzhou Racecourse. The first-placed horse was Sirus, second placed was Silk Resing and third placed was Aposorotismo.

Saudi Ambassador to Japan Naif bin Marzouq Al-Fahadi was at the cup presentation, and the event was attended by ambassadors, diplomats, businessmen and representatives of Japanese ministries.

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