At the glittering finale of his three-day Highness Amir Sword Festival, Lady Princess wins the biggest prize in Qatar that was missing from her CV when she clinched a purebred Amir Sword at Allayeran Park on Saturday. I put it in.
His Highness Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Altani, along with the winner of the HH Amir Sword Festival at the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club Alleyan Park on Saturday.
Jockey Jim Crowley has led Harry Fabinseal Arquali’s favorite Lady Princess to a thrilling victory. This was the third victory at the age of six in the last four outings. Lady Princess finished third in last year’s Amir Sword Race, but has since won the Qatar International Stakes in Goodwood and the Jewel Crown in Abu Dhabi, making her her favorite Saturday.
Five major candidates, defending champion Mon’nia, and the three-time winners of the prestigious titles Ebraz, Munir Du Soleit, Abbes, and Lady Princess, all noticed early on that they were heading backwards. rice field.
However, the Lady Princess, piloted by Crowley and trained by French Thomas Fork, came in a slow, intense run to put rival Abbes on the collar and reached the finish line in a 2400-meter run. Powered up the road. Guided by Maxime Guyon, Ebraz finished third in the sensational Group 1 Purebred Arabian. This is the third leg of the triple crown. Mwarid and Mon’nia settled in 4th and 5th respectively.
The outbox connection is celebrated after the 7-year-old gelding wins the HH Amir Trophy.
The race was attended by His Highness Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Altani, who was the winner of the race, which attracted attention on the final day of the three-day festival.
The princess’s victory has also completed the Grand Double of owner Khalifa bin Shale al-Kwari and jockey Crowley, who previously claimed HH Amir Silver Sword with Moshriff. The winner got rich for $ 570,000, the runner-up received $ 220,000, and the third-place winner left for $ 110,000.
Outbox stuns favorites to clinch the HH Amir Trophy
Prior to the HH Amir Trophy (Saturday’s first major race in the same prize pot as the exact distance), many favorites were mentioned, including last year’s winners Noor Alhawa and Helenistic.
But it was the least rated outbox, piloted by Hollie Doyle against a big gun to win the HH Amir Trophy in half length for trainer Archie Watson. “The outbox ran the cracker, but she (Hollie Doyle) gave him a great ride. She put him out and put him in a good position, and he traveled well across his legs. It’s really good, “Watson told the Gulf Times.
A British trainer who praised Qatar’s organization said he loved the atmosphere of a “great” race day. “It’s a great day for racing and a great place to come to Doha. It’s my first time to come to Qatar directly from the UK, but it’s a wonderful and wonderful atmosphere and everyone welcomes us very much. It was really, really good, “she added.
The Lady Princess connection is celebrated after a 6-year-old mare wins the HH Amir Sword for Thoroughbreds at Allayeran Park on Saturday.
Outbox became the second horse to win the Hamburg Racing Silk in Qatar. Easily ridden through a one-mile, four-furlong contest, Doyle kept things simple with a seven-year-old gelding, rounding home bends and sending them to the lead, pulling French challenger Mutabahi half the length of the line. did not. Foxtal, a British Racing Traveler of the Fellow Team, won the third place honor of Andrew Balding and owner King Power Racing Limited.
Outbox follows in the footsteps of a former stable master who won the Allayeran stakes in Doha in 2019. As a result, both horses Watson has so far selected to compete in Doha have brought back Qatar’s wealth for their connections. Noor al-Hawa, with Albert Sanna, finished fourth, and In the Night, led by Thomas Lucasek, completed the top five clubs.
Meanwhile, Moshriff was in his own class when Crowley’s Colt won a 1.5-length victory over the $ 250,000 HH Amir Silver Sword. Trained by François Rohout, the four-year-old dominated the race with Tom Mercand’s guided Sahab and Monda, respectively, in second and third place.
Also on Saturday, the honor of HH Amir Scharfa was awarded to the Thunderstone operated by Markand. Led by Marco Casament, Thunderstone defeated Always Waitin in a quarter length to defeat trainer Jasim Gazari. Guided by Eduardo Pedroza, Pazeer finished third in the race.
Previously, Guyon, who won the title of the Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Cup in Palo Alto on the second day, won the Ghazali victory and took the Nuance to win the Al Rayyan Mile – Thoroughbreds (Class 1) dominance. ..
This was the third title of the day for Jockey Gion, who had a big win over Samura in the Qatar International Cup, and for Black Pearl, who had another overwhelming victory at the Allayeran Breeders Cup.
Taxiwara, who has Ronan Thomas in the saddle, also won the title and won the Ducan Sprint.
HH Amir Sword
(Gr 1 PA) – Purebred
Arabic (3rd leg of triple crown) $ 1,000,000 2400m (4YO and above)
1. Lady Princess (FR); Thomas Fourcy, France; Jim Crowley
2. Abbes (FR); Alban Elie De Mieulle; Olivier Peslier
3. Ebraz (GB); Rudy André Nerbonne; Maxime Guyon.
HH Amir Trophy (QA Gr 1) Thoroughbred (Class 1) $ 1,000,000 2400m (4 years and older)
1. Outbox (GB); Archie Watson, UK; Hollie Doyle
2. Mutabahi (FR); Henri-Alex Pantall, France; Olivier Peslier
3. Fox Tal (GB); Andrew Balding, UK; David Provert
HH Amir Silver Sword – Purebred Arabic $ 250,000 1850m (4YO only)
1. Moshriff (FR); Francois Rohaut, France; Jim Crowley
2. Sahab (FR); Alban Elie De Mieulle; Maxime Guyon
3. Monda (FR); Xavier Thomas-Demeaulte, France; Tom Mercand
HH Amir Scharfa –
Thoroughbred Open Handicap (Class 2) $ 250,000
2000m (for 4YO and above)
1. Thunderstone (IRE); Jassim Ghazali; Tom Mercand
2. Always Waitin (USA); Deborah Amanda Claire Mountain; Marco Casamento
3. Pazeer (FR); Bader al-Balushi; Edward Pedroza
Al Rayyan Mile (QA Gr2) Thoroughbred (Class 1) $ 250,000
1600m (3YO only)
1. Nuance (GB); Jassim Ghazali; Maxime Guyon
2. Scherzo (FR); Georges Mihalides; Tom Mercand
3. General Panic (GB); Ibrahim Saeed al-Malki; Tomas Lukasek
Dukhan Sprint (QA Gr 3) Thoroughbred (Class 1) $ 250,000
1200m (3YO only)
1. Taxiwara (IRE); Osama al-Dafea; Ronan Thomas
2. Region (GB); Edward Bethel, UK; Kevin Stott
3. X-Force (IRE); Ibrahim Saeed al-Malki; Tomas Lukasek
Qatar International Cup (Gr1) Purebred Arabian $ 250,000 1600m (4+)
1. Samurai (FR); Francois Rohaut, France; Maxime Guyon
2. Jabara (FR); Alban Elie De Mieulle; Ronan Thomas
3. Jafar (FR); Jassim Ghazali; David Alan
Allayeran Breeders Cup – Local Thoroughbred $ 250,000
2000m turf (for 4YO and above)
1. Black Pearl; Bader al-Balushi; Maxime Guyon
2. Equinoxe; Alban Elie De Mieulle; Ronan Thomas
3. Shaman Butaira; Ibrahim Saeed al-Malki; Tomas Lukasek
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