The Royal Moroccan Federation of Equestrian Sports (FRMSE) will organize, from July 15 to 23 in Dar Es Salam in Rabat, the 38th edition of its Moroccan championships on the occasion of Horse Week.
Placed under the high patronage of King Mohammed VI and under the chairmanship of Sharif Moulay Abdallah Alaoui, President of the FRMSE, the Horse Week will see the best riders in the Kingdom compete in the disciplines of show jumping and dressage, indicates the Federation.
This equestrian event, continues the same source, will put 353 couples, riders and horses in competition, in 20 different categories in order to win the gold medal. Junior, confirmed and amateur riders will compete for the podium during 9 days of competitions which will take place day and night.
This unmissable event in the Moroccan equestrian landscape saw FRMSE licensees compete from all over the Kingdom in order to win their qualifications for this championship.
Created in 1958, the Royal Moroccan Federation of Equestrian Sports (FRMSE), with its 48 affiliated equestrian clubs and more than 11,000 riders, continues to work for the development and influence of this sport, all disciplines combined.
In recent years, alongside numerous national and international competitions, the FRMSE has seen its activities grow, driven by a great spirit of innovation and evolution. Thus, in 2016, the FRMSE obtained the FEI Solidarity Trophy for the promotion of equestrian sport, in particular through the construction and equipment of a state-of-the-art federal veterinary clinic, as well as the establishment of a new training course for equestrian leaders and instructors.
The FRMSE projects itself into the equestrian future, with even more commitment and perseverance to maintain its leadership.