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remounts

all horses owned by the army to be used for army service.
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Muhammad Yousaf Majoka, a minus (-2), Hav Shehzad handicap 1, Raja Kashif, a one handicap, and international Raja Sami Ullah a four handicap player while Army Remounts team including Capt.
Diamond Paints and Dollar East/Master Paints are leading the points table by winning three matches, out of four while Army Remounts and Master Paints/Habib Metro have registered win in two matches each.
The second match of the day between Master Paints and Army Remounts was the most entertaining and thrilling encounter of the day.
The year began with a belated holiday present: the remount of Baz Luhrman's senses-blowing rendition of ``La Boheme.
Hayyat scored a field goal on the pass of Shah Shamyl Alam for Rijas Remounts to narrow the margin in the same chukker Hassam Ali Haider struck thrice in the second chukker scoring two fields goals by his solo effort and third one as a field goal by near side shot.
Graham Smith Remounting uproar A jockey who is unseated at the last in the Grand National when 30 lengths clear, and then remounts, is instantly disqualified.
ZERO TO HERO: Tony McCoy is unseated by Family Business (left) but finally remounts to collect.
In the first match of the day, Diamond Paints will play against Master Paints/Habib Metro at 12:30pm, Master Paints and Army Remounts will vie in the second match at 2pm while in the third and last match of the day, Sabeeha Anees will take on Learning Alliance at 3:30pm.
LAHORE -- Polo D Sufi defeated 4 Crops by 5 goals to four goals to face Rijas Remounts in the final of the Bank of Punjab Lahore Open Polo Championship to be played on Sunday as two matches were decided on Friday at Lahore Polo Club.
LAHORE -- Living up to the expectations Dollar East/Master Paint scored a convincing 8-4 goals victory against Army Remounts in the final and won the historical Borjan Punjab Polo Cup 2016 here on Sunday Aibak polo ground.
Rijas Remounts thrashed Army Green by 10 goals to four goals in the second match.
Trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies also felt welfare was the primary issue, but added: "Equally it should be left to the discretion of the jockey, and if he remounts and commits a misdemeanour he should then be penalised.