A two-days event, which took place on June 9-10, 2011 in the capital city of Amman, and where three different main styles were executed: the Hungarian (European), the Korean (Asian), and the Turkish (Qabaq), in addition to the Jordanian Style being introduced for the first time this year.
About 35 competitors from various counties, including Jordan, participated in this unique event. This championship also presented different shows of horseback archery, such as; the Tent-pegging Show, the Mogu Show, and many more illustrated by the Polish, the Hungarian, and the Korean teams as well as other demonstrations performed by the hosting country’s team.
A three-days event, which took place at “Meidan Al-Faris” at the Mounted Police Command, located opposite to the Royal Polo Club in Zarqa, on May 23-26, 2012. About 45 competitors participated from the following countries: Britain, China, France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, USA, and Jordan (the hosting country).
Three different main styles were performed: the Hungarian (European), the Korean (Asian), and the Oriental (Turkish combined with Jordanian disciplines), which was introduced for the first time this year. Also, the Korean Style introduced for the first time the “Triple Show” in addition to the other two shows; the “Multiple” and the “Serial”. As well, the event demonstrated various shows and performances of horseback archery presented by some of the competing countries, in addition to the hosting country’s teams. They took place on the last day during the finals and as part of the Closing Ceremony.
The first two days of the competition saw the “Elimination Stage” for all 45 competitors, while the last day witnessed the “Final Runs” for only 16 competitors, who scored the highest during the “Elimination Phase”. There was one day of rest between the “Elimination Phase” and the “Final Runs”. The winners of the individual styles of the finals were determined and announced on the last day together with the winner of the main title “Al-Faris Champion”. The proceeds of this event went to the injured military officers of the Public Security Directorate, who have served their country and its citizens.
A two-days event, which took place on April 20-21, 2018 in the capital city of Amman, and where three different main styles were executed: the Oriental (Jordanian) Style, known as “Al-Ghara”, the Asian (Korean) Style, and the European (Hungarian) Style.
The best competitors from 25 countries, including Jordan, participated in this unique event. They competed not only to win the first three ranks per style, but also to win the allocated prize money and both “Al-Faris Champion” titles.