The Triple Crown will include the July Goodwood Arabian race, the Qatar Arabian World Cup in Paris, and the H.H Emir's Sword Gr 1 at the Qatar International Equestrian Festival 2016
27 February 2015, Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club ~ The recent signing of the 10-year partnership between Goodwood Racecourse and Qatar Equestrian Federation brings a bonus of support for British racing, but also for Arabian racing around the world.
The partnership will bring in an additional £2 million prize money for eight key races during the July Qatar Goodwood Festival 2015, as well as a commitment to increase this year-on-year. Total prize money on offer for five days beginning 28 July now totals £4.5 million.
A press conference during the Qatar International Equestrian Festival announced a Triple Crown bonus of $1Million Dollars to the winner of all three legs of the Triple Crown
Arabian racing is a pride in Qatar and is not forgotten in the Goodwood bonus. There will two races at the Qatar Goodwood Festival for Arabian horses, with one being the first leg of the Arabian Triple Crown. The second leg will take place on Prix de l’Arc day in France in October and the final race of the Triple Crown will be in Doha, Qatar, in 2016.
The Goodwood Racecourse blends fashion, high society, and world class horsemanship. Located 30 miles from Brighton and Southampton, Goodwood has been called “one of the most beautiful Race courses in England”.
Over 1 Million Euros on offer for each of three single Arabian races
With over 1 Million Euros on offer for each of three single races – The Kahayla Classic during the Dubai World Cup, the Qatar Arabian World Cup, and the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Jewel Crown in November in Abu Dhabi – and now the addition of a 1Million Dollar Bonus for winning the Qatar Arabian Triple Crown, there has never been a better time to own an Arabian race horse.
Photo: Jean Christophe Giletts, Lord March, owner of Goodwood, Mr Hamad Bin Abdulrahman Al Attiyah, President of Qatar Equestrian Federation, Genny Haynes, Managing Director of the Arabian Racing Organization UK, and Mr Adam Waterworth, Managing Director of Goodwood Racecourse
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