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HM The Queen gifts Arabian horse to HM The King of Bahrain

HM The Queen gifts Arabian horse to HM The King of Bahrain

Earlier this month, Jenny Lees of Pearl Island Arabians delivered a very special horse to His Majesty King Hamad in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The gift was a three-year old colt called Hamdaany Al Ra’ad, and was bred from the Bahraini stallion belonging to HM The Queen, and out of one of Jenny’s mares.

King Hamad expressed thanks and appreciation to Her Majesty for Hamdaany Al Ra’ad, saying that the gift reflected her interest in the Bahraini horses that are characterised by their purity and beauty. He added that the arrival of Hamdaany Al Ra’ad mirrors deep-rooted historic and solid relations between Bahrain and the UK.

His Majesty King Hamad with Hamdaany Al Ra’ad.

Jenny added: “From the moment Hamdaany Al Ra’ad was born, I could see he had something about him. It was in May this year that Her Majesty decided to gift this special colt to His Majesty. There was a private meeting between Her Majesty and King Hamad where Hamdaany Al Ra’ad was presented, and King Hamad was delighted.

“It was an honour to be able to take Hamdaany Al Ra’ad to Bahrain on behalf of Her Majesty, and to share this precious bloodline.”

Jenny Lees leads in Hamdaany Al Ra’ad.
The presentation of Hamdaany Al Ra’ad from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to His Majesty King Hamad in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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