The Saudi show jumping team qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, after achieving first place in the Group G qualifications of the Doha International Show Jumping Championship.
The Knights of Al-Akhdar were able to snatch the qualification card after presenting a distinguished performance among the participating teams through each of the knights, Ramzi Al-Dahami, Abdullah Al-Sharbatly, Abdul-Rahman Al-Rajhi and Khaled Al-Mubti.
For his part, Prince Abdullah bin Fahd, President of the Saudi Equestrian Federation, congratulated the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Highness the Crown Prince and Minister of Sports for achieving this achievement and the great success of the Kingdom’s equestrian.
The President of the Saudi Equestrian Federation said: “The achievement that has been achieved today comes thanks to God, and then the great support given by the wise leadership to the nation’s sport.”
He added, “Show jumping and equestrian sports in general received generous support from the wise leadership, and follow-up and attention from His Highness the Minister of Sports, as this contributed to qualifying for the Olympics after achieving first place.”
Prince Abdullah bin Fahd affirmed that the Saudi Equestrian Federation seeks to continue achieving the best achievements worthy of the name of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
He concluded his speech by saying: “I congratulate our heroic knights for the wonderful level today, as we congratulate all the Saudi people for achieving this achievement. And, God willing, we will succeed in providing honorable results in the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.”
It is noteworthy that the Saudi show jumping team holds an honorable record in the Olympic Games, where it previously achieved the bronze medal for teams in the Olympic Games hosted by London 2012 AD, as well as the Olympic knight Khaled Al-Eid achieving the bronze medal in Sydney 2000 AD.
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