Gujrat Race Club, The District Gujrat of Pakistan is famous for its Naza Bazi ‘Tent Pegging’ Often referred to as equestrian skill-at-arms, the sport has a mounted rider riding at a full gallop across a timed course, on the flat using a lance to smite ground and elevated targets. Military cavaliers have practiced tent pegging for more than two-and-a-half millennia, and it is one of only ten disciplines officially recognised by the FEI, the global governing body for Olympic and international equestrianism.
Address: Race Club Road, Jaurah Railway Station, Jaurah, Lalamusa, Pakistan
Phone: +47 (0)22 95 6200
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