“Targeted” the hope of the Emirates horses in the French “Arc” today

During a "targeted" victory with the "Shadwell" logo, the title of the "September Stakes" race.

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Today, the eyes of horse lovers are heading towards the ancient French Longsham Racecourse, which is witnessing the launch of the famous "Arc of Triumph" race, which is dedicated to the world's highest-ranked Group 1 horses, for a distance of a mile and a half (2400 metres), in a competition that includes 20 of the horses. The elite of horses on the international scene, led by the representative of the UAE "targeted" with the slogan "Shadwell" and the supervision of coaches John and Teddy Gosden.

Target is based on his chances of giving the UAE its fifth victory in the French “Arc” on the strength of his momentum that led him to snatch seven victories in his career, the last of which came early last month in the “September Stakes” race for the third category horses “Group 3”, which took place on the “Kippton” track. British.

Target’s ambitions collide with the presence of a strong forum of horses with achievements in the “Group 1” races for the current season, including the representative of Saudi Arabia, the “Westover” pony, with the logo of the “Gudumont farm” and the supervision of coach Ralph Beckett, who was crowned last June with the title of “Irish Derby” by seven lengths from his closest competitor.

Arab hopes also depend on the champion of the “Saudi Cup” for the year 2021, the horse “Mushrif”, owned by Prince Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah Al-Faisal, under the supervision of coach John and Teddy Gosden, especially that “Mushrif” is looking forward from the “Ark” gate to restore his luster and won his first victory in the “Group 1” races. Since his August 2021 title of "Jedmont International Stakes" at the British "York" track.

Also competing for the Ark title are Albanista, who won the Darley Yorkshire Oaks, and Luxembourg, who won the Irish Champion Stakes.

It is noteworthy that the UAE horses have an honorable record in the "Arc" race, where the "Carnegie" of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum won the 1994 edition, led by jockey "Terry Garnett" and supervised by coach Andre Faber, before witnessing the next year's edition ( 1995) Sheikh Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum won the title, led by the jockey Frankie Dettori and supervised by the national coach Saeed bin Suroor, before the Godolphin horses achieved the title of the 2001 and 2002 editions with both “Sakhi” and “Marbenbard”, who supervised On their training, Saeed bin Surur.

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