This weekend, the Al Maktoum Endurance Cup Festival was held in Euston Park, and this year's Festival, which is Europe's richest endurance meet, will wrap up today.
Sheikh Mo has been on a whirlwind tour of Europe, and visited the Emirates factory in Hamburg earlier this month, where he toured the A380 first class cabin.
After leaving Hamburg, the UAE royal headed to the UK to attend the Al Maktoum Endurance Cup Festival, which sees over 300 riders from around the world.
The Al Maktoum family own and sponsor Godolphin, and the stable had several horses present at the event, but it's not just a family affair: last week, the prestigious horse racing team announced that they were looking for interns for the 2017-2018 season.
"The programme will be delivered in Dubai, Newmarket (England) and Kildare (Ireland) from January 2018 through to October 2018. It begins in Dubai with an induction phase, before moving to the United Kingdom for formal study and riding lessons at The British Racing School," Godolpin explains on their website.
"The central portion of the course follows, with trainees spending time embedded in Godolphin's fast-paced UK operation. Once there, trainees will experience an insight into best practice in the breeding and training of thoroughbred horses, and the management systems which support them. Finally, the programme is brought to a close with a graduation ceremony held in Dubai."
After this weekend's event, you'll definitely want to consider joining the team!