The sport of equestries has long been a part of the UAE’s cultural and economic life.
But the sport has also been affected by economic issues in the past, such as the closure of the national championships in 2007 and the ongoing economic crisis.
Since then, there has been a resurgence in the sport, with the popularity of the sport in the country increasing dramatically and the number of tournaments increasing.
But there is still no national championships, so equestrians have to look abroad for competitions.
The latest international championships took place in Morocco on Sunday, and in the final of the World Series, equestros from around the world will compete for the title of the best male and female equestrienne.
The winner will be crowned the World Champion.
“In Morocco, the national championship has never been held since it was established,” says Alia Dabashi, the general manager of the Sharjah Equestrian Club.
“It was closed down after the financial crisis.
It is very difficult to make a profit in the game, especially during this time of economic crisis.”
However, there are some who hope the World Championship will help raise awareness of the plight of equets, as the tournament will provide an opportunity for the sport to reach young people who may be missing the chance to see it on the big screen.
“We hope that it will open new eyes,” Dabshi says.
“There are still many people who don’t know about the sport.
It can change that.”
A sport that has long taken its place in UAE culture has come under increasing pressure due to the economic crisis in the Middle East, as well as to the political unrest that has gripped the country since the ouster of President Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2011.
But with the economy in crisis and no national championship, the sport of the Arabian Peninsula is facing a unique situation.
“This sport is very popular, so we hope that the World Championships will bring more awareness to the plight and the sport,” Dabaashi says.
The World Series is being hosted by the Sharjiah Equestrians Association in Sharjah, which has already started organizing its own tournaments, including one for men, in partnership with Sharjah University.
The two sides hope to bring more spectators to the tournament, and Dabashi says they are already looking into hosting a women’s competition.
“Our goal is to attract more young people to this sport,” she says.
Dabasi says that the competition is being held under the auspices of the National Council of the Emirates, which is the main body in charge of organizing the tournaments in the Emirates.
The council has the power to award the World Cup to the country where the tournament takes place, and the decision on the host country is made by the council.
“The decision will be made by Emirati Sports Federation and Sharjah City Council, but the decision is final,” she adds.
The UAE’s economic crisis has affected many of the country’s elite sports.
The country has struggled to provide enough financial support to sports, such a major sport such as equestrials, which have a financial impact on the economy.
The government has been keen to support equestrisks, but it has struggled with the task of managing the sport and its sponsorship contracts, as they are not easily available outside of the Gulf.
In 2011, the Shariah Equities Association launched a campaign to increase the number and popularity of equests.
But after the election of the current president, Mohammad bin Rashad Al Maktar, the number fell to just a handful of events, and events have been scaled back to the level of a few thousand.
According to Dabassi, the tournament organizers are planning to host events to increase their participation, and she is hopeful the number will increase.
“I hope that we can create an atmosphere of awareness for this sport, and hopefully we will make this a success,” she explains.
“People want to see the sport grow.
I am optimistic that we will be able to do that.”
For Dabasis team, it is an opportunity to build on the success of their recent success at the World Nationals, where they placed fourth overall.
“When we finished fourth at the Nationals, it was our first time at the top of the rankings,” Dabbashi says, “and we have to prove that we are the best in the world.
The result of that Nationals is our next goal.”
With more and more women taking up the sport as well, Dabases hopes that the sport will continue to grow.
“Women are still a small part of society,” she continues.
Dabasy is confident that the popularity and growth of the”
If we continue to see young women take part, it will help the sport expand.”
Dabasy is confident that the popularity and growth of the