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Al Shira'aa International Horse Show in images, part two

Thursday, 17 January 2019
Al Shira'aa International Horse Show 2019

The third annual Al Shira'aa International Horse Show took place in Abu Dhabi (UAE) last weekend. We give you a glimpse behind the scenes at the beautiful Al Forsan International Sports Resort! Just like last year, Sweden's Evelina Tovek opened her 2019 season in Abu Dhabi.

All photos (c) World of Showjumping by Nanna Nieminen.

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Denmark's Tina Lund, who is based in the United Arab Emirates, with Carallo.

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Catch Me If You Can and Anna Kellnerova were one of the European pairs that had chosen to start their season under the UAE sun.

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Evelina Tovek and Dalila de la Pomme placed sixth in the Longines & Al Shira'aa Grand Prix on Saturday.

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Henrik von Eckermann and Mohammed Al Hajri were in high spirits walking the Grand Prix course on Saturday evening.

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Hamad Ali Al Kirbi won the first ever derby held in the region on Friday night.

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Janika Sprunger and Bacardi VDL took the 9th place in Saturday's Longines & Al Shira'aa Grand Prix.

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The wall in the Longines & Al Shira'aa Grand Prix was almost bigger than Linda Heed. She had no trouble with it though, and placed 8th with her 10-year-old gelding Jarvis van D'Abelendreef.

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Portugal's Luciana Diniz was at Al Shira'aa International Horse Show for the first time.

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Here with her new horse, the 11-year-old mare Clair de Lune 11.

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A fun idea on the course; a fence where riders could leave their signature. Here Japan's Mike Kawai signing the jump.

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Italy's Paolo Paini and the lovely Ottava Meraviglia di Ca' San G.

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Henrik von Eckermann's 9-year-old Peter Pan took the runner-up position in Saturday's Longines & Al Shira'aa Grand Prix.

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Germany's Philipp Weishaupt walking the Longines & Al Shira'aa Grand Prix course.

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Shane Breen and the impressive, 9-year-old stallion Colmar placed fifth in the Grand Prix.

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Time for a treat; Abdel Said's groom Sofi meeting her horse and rider after their round.

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