The horse "Baid" is crowned champion in the British "Judemont International".
"Far" scored his tenth victory in the world of racing.
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Yesterday, the undefeated horse "Far" with the "Shadwell" logo, under the supervision of coach William Haggas, was crowned champion in the "Goodmont International Stakes" race for the first class horses, which took place at York Racecourse, at the opening of the ancient Ebor Festival.
The four-year-old "Baeed" added his sixth consecutive victory in the first category races, and the tenth in his racing career.
"Ba'id", led by jockey Jim Crowley, outperformed last year's title holder, the Saudi horse "Mushrif", owned by Prince Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah Al-Faisal.
And Crowley succeeded in driving "Bayer" to cross the finish line in a time of two minutes, nine seconds and 30 milliseconds.
In today's competitions, the young skilled "Mouge" with the "Godolphin" logo and under the supervision of international coach Saeed bin Suroor, is chasing her second victory in the second category races, when she competes in the "Lauter Stakes" race for a distance of six furlongs (1,200 meters grass), on the second day of the "Lawther Stakes" race. Ebor.
Al-Mahra has previously recorded two victories in the world of racing, including in the "Ditches of Cambridge Stakes" race for "Group 2" horses, at the "July Newmarket" festival last month.
“Mouj” is facing 13 elite fillies, among whom (Emirati) stand out: “Swing Long”, owned by Sheikh Juma bin Dalmouk Al Maktoum, and the supervision of coach KR Burke, who came from a victory two weeks ago in the “Longines Champions” race, next to “Glenlorell” » Owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Obaid Al Maktoum, and supervised by coach Kevin Ryan, who previously won last June in a race held over the same distance of 1200 metres.
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