Abou Hussein stands in front of historical photographs, wishing that his eyes would obscure the view of the present.
The accomplishments that began in the 1970s have been hung on the walls, and the hippodrome is relying on what is left of its potential… potentials that do not have much time to burn again.
The horse’s home is also under threat, and horse politicians are frugal with their meals because the war of others is reflected in their high prices. To comfort him, Hatem avoids riding his horse. Because of his attachment to it, he has been unable to sell it until now. He is a horse enthusiast.
Pay cuts are a daily threat for workers here, and the weekly prize in the race is an ambition that they avoid. They claim that a victory no longer alleviates the fatigue they feel throughout the week.