Sharjah, 9 September 2022 (WAM) — The first edition of the ‘Al Asayl Exhibition 2022’ continues to captivate audiences for the second day in a row, attracting all horse, camel and game bird owners, breeders, Stables, clubs, veteran, professional and amateur riders all come together at Expo Al Dhaid, a great place to be.
Hosted by the Sharjah Expo Center with the support of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), the show attracted a large audience of falconers, equestrians, outdoor sports enthusiasts and tourists. The latest horse and camel care products, breeding, nutrition and veterinary care products are on display.
The Peregrine Owners and Farm Pavilion generated great interest among visitors by displaying the finest peregrine falcons and providing useful information on techniques and guiding principles for practicing falconry . The stand also offers a variety of tools and supplies needed for falcon care.
Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO of Expo Center Sharjah, expressed delight at the impressive participation of visitors and exhibitors. He noted the effectiveness and effectiveness of the Center’s strategic plan to hold various exhibitions and revitalize the economic, commercial and tourism sectors of the Central and Eastern Regions while at the same time increasing public interest in the culture of the local Emirates. He said it has proven successful.
Many exhibitors have praised the excellent organization of the event and SCCI’s efforts to put on such a hugely successful show. Mr. Salem Al Ramsi Al Tunaiji, Director of Class Falcons Emirates Group, said that the Peregrine Falcon, Shaheen Peregrine Falcon, Taba Peregrine Falcon, Pure Peregrine Falcon, Tsuba Peregrine Falcon, and Pure Gyr Peregrine Falcon.
Meanwhile, Hassan Bin Ali, Director of the Horse Establishment and HBA Equestrian Equipment, said the event will feature the latest in equestrian sports equipment and equipment manufactured by his company, as well as a large selection of purebred animals. He said it provided him with an excellent platform to showcase his nutritional supplements.
The second day of the fair also included a series of activities and educational workshops on caring for horses, camels and falcons. In addition, a group of veterinarians organized a session on artificial insemination and improving animal breeding.
Hunting and equestrian clubs and societies also exhibited the latest equipment designed to care for purebred animals. The exhibition will end tomorrow at 18:00.