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GCAT partners with four European shows

Global Champions Arabians Tour partners with four European Show Organisers

Prize money to be offered to yearling and junior classes in a bid to support small breeders

The Global Champions Arabians Tour (GCAT) is thrilled to announce a strategic partnership with the Organising Committees of four European shows to further the promotion of the Arabian breed and support small breeders across the continent. This collaboration marks a significant step in enhancing the breed’s visibility, and allowing breeders to showcase their stars of tomorrow.

Left to right: Mateusz Jaworski, Nils Ismer, Faleh al Nasr, His Excellency Mr Saad Bin Ali al Kharji, Chairman of Qatar Tourism, Claudio Mazza and Jurgen Lievrouw

“We are incredibly excited about this partnership with four of Europe’s most esteemed Arabian horse shows,” said Faleh Al Nasr, Chairman of the Global Champions Arabians Tour. “Our mission is to celebrate and promote the Arabian breed, and by working together, we can provide unparalleled opportunities for small breeders and create a more vibrant and connected community.”

Poland’s All Polish Arabian Horse Championships, Germany’s European Show and B International at Ströhen, Belgium’s Bruges Arabian Horse Event, and Italy’s Venice Land Cup will each receive a prize fund boost, with GCAT adding €4,000 to the purse for the yearling and junior classes in 2024, on top of the funds to support the general organisation of the show.

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