Her horses shine with 4 titles

A historic victory for "Godolphin" in the field .. "Real World" is flying

The horse "Real World", under the supervision of the national coach Saeed bin Suroor and the leadership of the jockey Daniel Todhoop, presented the "Godolphin" international team, the ninth historical victory in the "Zabeel Mile" championship dedicated to purebred hybrid horses "Group 2", which took place in the seventh round and the main of the third ceremony in The Dubai World Cup Carnival season, which was held yesterday at Meydan Racecourse, was sponsored by Emaar, with a total prize money of $870,000, and 95 elite local and international horses competed for its titles.

"Real World" confirmed its worth over the mile (1,600 meters grass), achieving its fifth victory in a row, and its first in the "Meydan" track, after his brilliance in a European season without loss last year, he headed last October, by winning the "Wild" race. Daniel Waldenstein for Group 2 horses at the French Arc at Longsham.

The "Godolphin" horses continued to shine in the ceremony, winning four victories, as in addition to the victory of "Real World" in the main race, his colleague in the stable, the horse "Siscany", under the supervision of coach Charlie Appleby and led by jockey James Doyle, grabbed the title of the third half "Trophy" dedicated For the “Listed” horses for a distance of 2810 meters grass, before the name of trainer Charlie Appleby re-brightened again, with the horses “Star Safari” and “Man of Promise”, who were led by jockey William Buick, to win the titles of the fifth and eighth periods “Zabeel Turf” and "Dubai Sprint", who were designated for the "listed" category, but for the 2000 and 1200 meters grass races, respectively.

On the same evening, the skilled "Chahama" of Bahrain, coach Fawzi Nass and the leadership of jockey Adri de Fries gave the title of the first classic tournament in the carnival season, by winning the title ""1000 UAE Guinness" allocated to three-year-old fillies "listed" for a distance of 1,600 sand metres, and took place in the fourth round.

In the rest of the results, the horse "Batwan" with the logo of "Oliver Lodge" and under the supervision of coach Nicholas Coloy and led by jockey Michael Barzalona, ​​opened the first victory of the ceremony, by winning the first-half title "Dubai Sprint" classified in the category of conditional races "Conditions" for a distance of 1200 meters grass, before The horse "Discovery Island", owned by Muhammad Khalil Ahmed, supervised by coach Bupat Semar and led by jockey Tag O'Shea, snatched the "Dubai Auctions" prize, which was held in the second half for a distance of 1,600 sand metres, and is classified in the "Conditions" category.

The horse "Baker" gave Shadwell Stables and coach Doug Watson the "Downtown Dubai" Cup, after jockey Dean O'Neill led him to win the sixth game title, which ran over a distance of 1,400 sandy metres.

International coach Saeed bin Suroor commented on Real World’s victory in the Zabeel Mile Championship, saying in a press statement: “We felt that Real World was 90% ready for the race, and its level improved with any test training, and he needed this participation.” To be more ready for the next races."

He explained: "The pace of the race was strong, after its first stages witnessed an exchange of leadership by its competitors, which helped Real World to run well and maintain its rhythm until the last stages, and then capture the first place, finish the race as required and win the title." .

Regarding the next destination of Real World, Bin Suroor said: "The options are open to participate in the first category races, "Group 1,", and he is registered to participate in the Saudi Cup, and the "Super Saturday" evening, in addition to the "Dubai World Cup" evening.And the reason for his involvement on the grass tracks is to prepare him later for the sand races.”

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