Preparation in the Final Phase for All Pakistan Burn Hall First Tent Pegging Competition

The competition is scheduled for 8-9 June.

Preparations for the inaugural Pakistan Burn Hall's tent pegging competition are nearing completion. A meeting of the organizing committee was recently held at Burn Hall to review the progress and finalize the details.

The meeting was attended by several notable figures, including Abbas Haider Shah of Rajohah Saadat, Chinot; Muhammad Umar Afzal Kiani of Lehri-Gadari, Jehlum; Zulfiqar Shah of Dulmi, Gujar Khan; Malik Khurram of Pindi Ghab; Malik Jamshaid of Bahria Town; and Raja Naveed Qurban Bhatti of Gujar Khan.

Abbottabad: Sardarzada Abbas Haider and rest while inspecting the ground during their visit.

During the meeting, the Burn Hall College management provided a comprehensive preparation briefing. The committee members expressed their satisfaction with the progress and readiness of the event.

This competition is set to be a landmark event, with a total of 35 teams participating from across the country. The competition is scheduled for 8-9 June and promises to be a thrilling showcase of skill and horsemanship.

In addition to the tent pegging competition, a musical event and dinner are planned for the evening of 8th June. This cultural evening aims to provide entertainment and foster camaraderie among the participants and attendees.

The event has generated significant excitement and anticipation, as it will bring together some of the best tent-pegging talent in Pakistan. Organizers are confident that it will be a memorable occasion for all involved.

With the final preparations in place, Burn Hall is set to host an event that will not only highlight the traditional sport of tent pegging but also promote sportsmanship and community spirit.

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