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“It’s our view that the Aga Khan is the greatest trophy in our sport.

The Aga Khan III in 1936
Source: 
horseandcountry.tv

An all-female team has won the Nations Cup Jumping for the first time in its 91-year history.

Piled on pressure

It was Team USA who took the title in the final leg of the FEI Nations Cup Jumping Europe Division 1 League in Dublin, finishing on a zero score.

The Netherlands and France threw down a challenge in the closing stages of the competition, which piled the pressure on American anchor Laura Kraut. However, the double-Olympian was more than up to the task and posted the second US double clear of the competition riding Confu, to secure victory.

Uunbelievable job

Sports Illustrated ] - ALAMSHAR WINS IRISH DERBY FOR AGA KHAN - 2003-06-29

Source: 
sportsillustrated.cnn.com

Alamshar won the Irish Derby by half-a-length from favorite Dalakhani at The Curragh on Sunday to end the French Derby winner's unbeaten record and deliver a home victory for jockey Johnny Murtagh and trainer John Oxx.
Alamshar, who was third in the Epsom Derby, and Dalakhani, unbeaten in six outings before Sunday's race, were left to battle it out as the furious pace left the field trailing with the two horses running neck-and-neck two furlongs from home.

Dublin Jamatkhana, Republic of Ireland

Dua time : Fri 7.30pm Sun 6.45pm

President John Hughes Citation - 2008-06-30

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AKDN

A Sheánsailéar, Do Mhórgacht, A Sholeigh, a Mhuintir na hOllscoile agus a Dhaoine Uaisle (Chancellor, Your Highness, Your Excellencies, members of the University and Distinguished Guests):

2008-06-30-NUI01

2008-06-30-NUI01

Dublin, Ireland, 30 June 2008 - His Highness the Aga Khan today received an honorary law doctorate from National University of Ireland, Maynooth. He was cited for “outstanding contributions to the elimination of global poverty, the advancement of women, the promotion of Islamic culture and the furthering of pluralistic values in society”.

His Highness the Aga Khan, Princess Zahra Aga Khan and Dr. Garret FitzGerald, Chancellor of the National University of Ireland in the courtyard of the University's historic building.

Source: 
Maxwell

2008-06-30-NUI02

2008-06-30-NUI02

Dublin, Ireland, 30 June 2008 - His Highness the Aga Khan today received an honorary law doctorate from National University of Ireland, Maynooth. He was cited for “outstanding contributions to the elimination of global poverty, the advancement of women, the promotion of Islamic culture and the furthering of pluralistic values in society”.

The Aga Khan enrobed for the ceremony.

Source: 
Maxwell

2008-06-30-NUI03

2008-06-30-NUI03

Dublin, Ireland, 30 June 2008 - His Highness the Aga Khan today received an honorary law doctorate from National University of Ireland, Maynooth. He was cited for “outstanding contributions to the elimination of global poverty, the advancement of women, the promotion of Islamic culture and the furthering of pluralistic values in society”.

The Aga Khan with Princess Zahra Aga Khan in the University courtyard.

Source: 
Maxwell


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