Sharjah, February 4, 2023: For young equestrians Sheikha Azza Bint Khaled bin Saqr Al Qasimi and Said Mohammad Al Musharakh, the annual Pink Caravan Ride is more than just a leisurely horseback ride - it's a powerful platform to inspire the community, especially the younger generations and raise awareness about the importance of early detection and regular screening to tackle breast cancer.
Azza, a determined 12-year-old, has been a part of the annual PCR ride since the tender age of five and continues to use her passion for horse riding to make a positive impact on the UAE community. With her siblings by her side, she proudly set out on the first leg of the Sharjah route on Saturday, inspiring all those around her with her unwavering spirit.
And at just 9 years old, Said is already making a name for himself in the equestrian world and has been riding horses since the age of five at Sharjah Equestrian Club. For him, participating in the annual awareness ride is a thrill unlike any other, as he joined forces with like-minded individuals to spread a message of hope and the significance of early detection.
Together, Azza and Said are part of 820 riders that embody the youthful spirit of hope, courage, and determination, inspiring the community to make a difference and help eradicate the disease.
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