Anzac Mehmood, the first Pakistani in the history of the World Endurance Championship, showed his brilliant grip over horses at the Euston Park of the Duke of Grafton.
Basically hailing from Jhelum, Punjab, Mehmood represented the country on his own at the grand competition. As many as 147 horse and riders combinations belonging to 38 countries took part in the 160 kilometer race.
While speaking to a daily, the Pakistani rider expressed disappointment saying that the horse failed to complete the race after initially showing so much performance.
He, however, expressed pleasure that his other horse won the race for Team Great Britain.