The eyes of horse racing fans around the world are heading today to the ancient Newmarket racetrack, where 15 elite foals from the age of three enter the mission to win the title of "1000 Guinness" for the world-class "Group 1" horses, and it is the first racing series The triple crown of the current season is led by Godolphin "Final Song", under the supervision of coach Saeed bin Suroor, who seeks to win her first victory on Newmarket.
Final Song is facing 14 of its competitions, led by Prince Khalid bin Abdullah Al Saud, which is supervised by coach Roger Charlton, and chaired by Knight Jason Watson, who led her to win all three of her racing events, the last of which was led by skillful "Quadreralral" owned by Prince Khalid bin Abdullah Al Saud. The "Velez Mile" race for the first class, which was held last October along the same distance and track in Newmarket.
The Emirati hopes for the title-taking mission depend on five foals, in addition to the "Final Song", which will be led by Knight Pat Cosgraf, joined by her colleague in the "Godolphin" skill "Summer Romance" under the supervision of coach Charlie Appleby and the leadership of knight William Buyuk, especially that the skill Descended from the progeny of the stallion "Kingman" had previously announced itself as a prominent competition in classic races, winning last June and on the same track in the "Newmarket" title of "Race Course". It also includes the list of Emirati horses, "Rafal Prize" skilled owned by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, under the supervision of coach Mark Johnston, and the leadership of rider Michael Barzalona, a capable skill and has three titles, and won the runner-up in three races in her career, as well The skill of "Clock of Spirits", owned by Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum, under the supervision of Coach Richard Hannon, and the leadership of Knight Anthony Atzini, to complete the five-year Emirati with the skill "Under the Stars" with the logo of owner Saeed Manana, under the supervision of coach James Tate, and the leadership of Knight PJ MacDonald, And aiming to achieve its first title in the top-rated first-class races, after the results of last season's supervisors in the lower-rated races, the last of which was winning last October the title of "Action Stakes" in Newmarket. The competition widens in the title, when veteran Irish coach Addian O'Brien, who supervised three of the winners of the last three copies, pushes the "Love", which is crowned in September, in the "Stakes" race for "Group 1" horses, and finished third in her last race behind "Quadreral". It also stands out in the list of skilled competitions «Melesil» supervised by coach John Harrington, and who previously won the "Group 1" race at Newmarket, when last September she won the title of the "Chevley Park Stakes" race, but at a less distance, and is looking forward to achieving her first title on Tilt distance.
A quad for Emirates horses at Newmarket UK
Tirtlum, led by jockey Frankie Dettory, won the title "Dahlia Stakes". From the source
The horses of the Emirates continued to shine on the ancient British Newmarket track for the second day in a row, after yesterday, it had achieved four wins out of the eight rounds included in the race.
The most prominent victories came with the skillful Godolphin «Turbulom» under the supervision of coach John Godson and the leadership of the knight Frankie Dettory, after her victory in the third half title of “Dahlia Stakes” for the Group 2 horses for a distance of 1800 meters, which came as a complement to the victory of the dowry “Far Above” owned by Sheikh Rashid bin Delmok Al-Maktoum, supervised by James Tate, and the leadership of the jockey Patrick Joseph MacDonald, in the second half title "Palace House Stakes" for a distance of 1000 meters and was allocated to the horses of "Group 3".
The "regular" dowry owned by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, under the supervision of coach William Hagus, and the leadership of jockey Jim Crowley, won the title of the sixth game for a distance of 1600 meters grass, before the horse "Blue by Wind" owned by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, under the supervision of coach Mark Johnston and the jockey Patrick Joseph McDonald's, led the seventh game for 1400 meters grassy.