215 Companies from 21 countries will be taking part in the International Equine Trade Fair that kicks off from 29 October until 31 October. Al Fares 2014 will attract many equestrians from the region as it coincides with the start of the Dubai 2014/2015 Racing season that starts on 6 November.
A large of number of visitors is expected to visit the exhibition at the Dubai Exhibition Centre that allows direct retail shopping prior to the race that will be held in Meydan according to Rasheed Mbayed, Exhibition Manager, Al Fares 2014, organised by Al Fajer Information and Service every two years. In reports from media source Mbayed stated: “This year, a significant number of global players from the equine trade are participating, endorsing the fact that Al Fares remains the one and only exhibition recognized worldwide as a leading trade platform to do business and capitalize on the booming regional market for equestrian products.”
The UAE imports the majority of it’s equestrian equipment, horse feed and veterinary supplies from Europe and the UK so it is great that the international suppliers are supporting one of our local events so enthusiastically.