By Sports Reporter Doha
To mark the 25th anniversary of the pristine Al Shaqab equestrian venue which is hosting the final leg of the Longines Global Tour, the Global Champions League and the third edition of the ongoing Hathab national equestrian series from November 9 to 11, the organisers has added a new dimension to the events in Doha by including fun-filled recreational activities targeted at family audiences.
Thus, beyond attracting the equestrian enthusiasts, LGCT Doha is not featuring world class showjumping competition but has also been transformed to be a day full of activities to cater to every member of the family.
Tailored especially for families and children, a line-up of activities such as pony rides, jumping castles, horse riding simulator, face painting and roaming magician are on offer. And, just like Doha, the old and the new exist side-by-side as areas have also been set aside for Qatari traditional games as well as virtual reality sets which will allow children to experience both old and modern activities.
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