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Equestrianism set to rein at Cambodian Country Club

Equestrianism set to rein at Cambodian Country Club

The Cambodian Country Club will hold a horse-jumping competition at its equine facility today. The one-day event, which starts at 9am, involves jumping over cross poles in three different categories: 50cm, 50 to 70cm, and 80cm to 1m, with prizes assured for the top three finishers.

While the field includes regulars as well as novices, the highlight of the show will be keen competition among several national team members who will be seen in action.

The CCC has in its sports complex the country’s only horse park and is the home of the Cambodian Equestrian Federation.

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