He achieved his 11th victory in world races

"Adeeb" is the champion of the "Champion Stakes" at the end of the British horse racing season

  • The horse “Adeeb” deservedly won.

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The horse "Adeeb", owned by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, under the supervision of coach William Haggs, was crowned champion of the "Champion Stakes" race, reserved for the first category "Group 1", which took place yesterday for a distance of 2000 meters in the fifth and the president, at the end of the season. British champions races, and was held on the ancient "Ascot" track.

The six-year-old horse, Adeeb, added his 11th victory in the world of global horse racing, within the top-ranked Group 1 races in the world, following his brilliance this spring in the Australian races, and winning last March in the «Xanft Stakes» race. Which was held at the "Rosehill" racecourse in Sydney, and followed it in April by snatching the title "Kuwait Elizabeth Stakes" in the second day of the "Rawdick Autumn".

Knight Tom Markwand knew how to place the horse "Adeeb" close to the front horses, during the first stages of the game, before pouncing on the lead in the last 500 meters, and cutting the finish line in first place with a time of two minutes 12 seconds and 29 fractions of a second, two and a half lengths apart from The French horse "Escalette", owned by "Jean-Claude Cerol", under the supervision of coach J. Rainier, and which was led by Jean-Pierre Charles for second place, to go to third place for the title holder of last year's edition, the Persians "Magical" owned by "Darrick Smith and Messrs Magnaire and Michel Tabor", Under the supervision of the expert Irish coach Abdine O'Brien, and led by jockey Ryan Moore.

In the rest of the results of the rounds, the horse "Trojan" owned by "Barley Leeson" under the supervision of coach Alan King opened the first victories of the final day, after knight Holly Doyle led him to win the title of the "British Champion Long Distance Cap" for a distance of 3200 meters, so that the knight Holly returned to shine under her leadership The horse "Glen Shell", owned by "Hampton Racing" and supervised by coach Archie Watson, to win the second half title, "British Champion Spirent Stakes" for the first category, which ran for a distance of 1200 meters, and to catch the French skilled "Wonderful Tonight" owned by "Christopher Wright", under the supervision Coach David Mounesser, and knight leadership William Buick, won the third-half title «British Champion» for foals and mares «Group 1» for a distance of 2,400 meters.

The "Palace Pierre" foal, owned by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, under the supervision of coach John Gossden and led by the knight Frankie Dettori, was lucky when "Palace Pierre" was satisfied with the third place in the "Queen Elizabeth II Stakes" race, which is reserved for the "Group 1" horses. "For a distance of 1600 meters, which was crowned the horse" The Revenent "with the slogan" Al Asayel Racing ", and was led by the French knight Pierre Charles Boudoa.

"Bivouac" runner-up at the Australian "The Everest"

Godolphin "Bivuac", under the supervision of coach James Cummings, confirmed his position among the elite horses in Australian speed races, when he made a strong show yesterday, and finished second in the "Everest" race, which is the richest races on grass tracks in the world, with a total of 15 prizes. A million Australian dollars, and it is being built at Sydney Racecourse.

Bivouac, led by jockey Glenn Boss, finished the 1,200-meter race, 2.5 feet behind the winning champion, "Classic Legend" owned by "KK Howe", under the supervision of coach Les Bridge, who was led by the jockey Keren McEvoy, to finish the race and cut The finish line is in first place, with a time of 1 minute 8 seconds and 27 fractions of a second.

"Adeeb" finished the race by two and a half lengths, ahead of the French horse "Escalette".

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