Final matches, Award Ceremony of Equestrian competition held to mark Diamond Jubilee Independence Day

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Winners of the Equestrian competition hold their trophies as a celebration of their victories.  PHOTO: Lin Yar Ma

To hail the 75th Anniversary (Diamond Jubilee) Independence Day, the final games of the Myanmar Equestrian Federation President’s Cup Equestrian Competition were held at the Myanmar Equestrian Federation Ground in Dagon Myothit (North) Township yesterday.
Myanmar traditional ride, gallop-ride competitions, and international jumping competitions for junior, and senior horse riders were included in the final matches.
Yangon Region Social Affairs Minister U Aung Win Thein, Yangon Region Sports and Physical Education Department Director U Aung Moe, President of the Myanmar Equestrian Federation U Pyone Maung Maung, Vice-President of the federation and committee members, professional horse riders and fans enjoyed the final games.
The federation president and committee members presented individual medals, cash awards and trophies to the winner of Myanmar traditional ride Zeyar Win (Shwe Zinyaw), first-runner up Pyone Cho (Htike Htar), and second-runner up Aung San Lin (Myanmar Pyay Chan Chan), and winner of gallop-ride competition (junior class) Zaw Myint (Padamyar May), first-runner up Chit Lar (Adipati), and second-runner up (Hteik Htar), and winner of gallop-ride competition (middle class) Kyaw Min Ko (Tun Tauk), first-runner up Chit Chit Naung (Htilar Takhon), second-runner up Sandra (Melgyi), and winner of gallop-ride competition (senior class) Chit Lar (Pyan Hlwar), first-runner up Aung Aung Soe (Ye Ye Tauk), and second-runner up Myint Soe (Duwun), and winner of gallop-ride (special edition) Phyo Thiha Zaw (Bondi Rollar), first-runner up Nan Ko Win (Kissapanadi), and second-runner up Zin Min (Moe Kham), and winner of dressage competition U Than Naing Aung, winner of jumping demonstration Poe Ei Phyu (Sein Win Mel), first-runner up Shin Khant Win (Mandalay New), and second-runner up Than Naing Aung (Sein Eain Thu) at the award ceremony. — Lin Yar Ma/KZL

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