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Rabain gets go-ahead for jumping finals

The FEI World Jumping Finals, where Kirista Rabain will represent Bermuda, have been rescheduled for July 27 to 29 in Alger, Algeria

The event had been set for May 3 to 6 but was postponed after the Algeria Government suspended all sporting and cultural events to be held in the country between May 4 and the following weekend because of its parliamentary elections.

Rabain will compete against countries including New Zealand, South Africa, Chile, Iran, Venezuela, Ecuador, Uruguay, Lebanon, India, Morocco, Mauritius and Uzbekistan.

“The finals will provide Ms Rabain with an excellent opportunity to meet and compete against riders from around the world,” read a statement from the Bermuda Equestrian Federation.

Challenge ahead: Rabain will compete in Alger, Algeria

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Published May 11, 2017 at 9:00 am (Updated May 10, 2017 at 10:49 pm)

Rabain gets go-ahead for jumping finals

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