By Maha Ellawati.
Benghazi, 30 April 2014:
A festival of pedigree Arabian horses was held in the Al-Guaresh area of Benghazi last week.
A . . .[restrict]member of the Libyan Horse Stables Association told Libya Herald that this was the fifth overall festival and the second after the February 17th Revolution. It stands out, he added in that it enjoyed the largest number of participating horses totally over 73 horses, of which 2 were precluded and 1 withdrew.
The festival was conducted under the supervision of the Libyan Association of Arab Pedigree and hosted by the Libyan Horse Stables. The festival was divided into 8 categories; 4 for stallions and 4 for mares. An auction was held in which 15 horses participated, with 2 horses being sold.