Thursday, 21 Nov 2019 | 24 Rabi Al Awwal 1441
Royal Cavalry wins three cups in UK

Royal Cavalry wins 3 cups in UK

Eighty pure Arabian horses competed in the race meeting which includes group 1 horses that had crucial planet victories, stated a press release.

Royal Cavalry’s Nafees won the primary race right after powerful competitors, although Hatrick won 3 cups. Brig Gen Abdulrazak bin Abdulqader Alshahwarzi, commander of Royal Cavalry, mentioned, “Dubai International Arabian Raceday at Newbury Racecourse is one of the most important race. Royal Cavalry won three cups, the most important of which is the main race where Nafees won.”

Brig Gen Alshahwarzi expressed his joy for the victory particularly that Nafees is bred by Royal Cavalry and the victory came from a strategy for breeding horses for international races.

Nafees won the sixth race and the primary race, which was for pure Arabians, Group 1, and ran for two,000m. It was ridden by Olivier Peleh and educated by Charles Gordon.

Alshami, a stallion, won the fourth race which was for pure Arabians, Group 1, and ran for 1,200m. It was ridden by Olivier Peleh and educated by Said al Badi.

Tharwah, a filly, won the third race, for pure Arabians, 1,400m, ridden by Olivier Peleh and educated by Said al Badi.

Nafees won the primary race in Dubai International Race Meeting, Group 1, named as Shadwell Dubai International Stakes, Group 1 PA, that ran for two,000m.

World renowned pure Arabians competed in this race.

Al Muwafaq, owned by Shaqab Stud came second. It was ridden by Julian Owg and educated by Thomas Foresey, although Mehdaf, owned by Athbah Stud, came third.

Royal Cavalry’s Alshami, a stallion, won the fourth race, for Arabian, Group 1 PA, and Ahraz, owned by G M Watergan came second, and Sotreem, owned by Behretz came third.

In a photofinish, Royal Cavalry’s Tharwah came very first in the third race for 3 year old Arabians, named Diyar Race for 1,400m.

Filly Zo D Galllery, owned by Gofana came second, although filly Hddiyah, owned by Royal Cavalry came third. Stallion Laheeb, owned by Royal Cavalry came third in the second race for Arabians run more than two,000m.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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