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Cartago captures Arabian Horse Cup

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Sat, 08 Dec 2018
GDN Online Desk
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CARTAGO was among seven favourites to live up to expectations at yesterday’s horse racing at Rashid Equestrian and Horse Racing Club in Sakhir.

Cartago, owned by Al Adiyat Racing, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Gerald Mosse, beat Saajid by three lengths to win the Arabian Horse Equestrian Services Cup carrying a cash prize of BD3,000.

Tonabrocky was third and Whistle Stop fourth.

Gharaieb, owned by Al-Afoo Racing Stable, trained by Mohammed Saeed and ridden by P Convertino, beat Parchment by three-and-half-a-lengthy to win the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Cup, also carrying a cash prize of BD3,000.

Daleel was third and Farange fourth.

Manama Boy, owned by Ramadhan Stable, trained by Jaber Ramadhan and ridden by Robert Tart, beat Tom Hark by three lengths to win the Arabian Horse Equestrian Services Cup carrying a cash prize of BD2,000.

Broughtons Salsa was third and Alphine Affair fourth.

Prince Bonnaire, owned by Al-Afoo Racing Stable, trained by Mohammed Saeed and ridden by Salah Isa, pipped Punk by a head to win the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Cup carrying a cash prize of BD2,000.

The Nazca Lines was third and Taking Libertys fourth.

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Al Jellaby 1683, owned by Al Riffa, trained by Abdulla Kuwaiti and ridden by Brett Doyle, beat Al Jellaby 1661 by three-fourth-length to win the Arabian Horse Equestrian Services Cup for Arabian horses carrying a cash prize of BD2,000.

Al Jellaby 1704 was third and Al Tuwaisah 1694 fourth.

Favourites won the two support races as well with Shajer, owned by Shaikh Isa bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, trained by James Naylor and ridden by Brett Doyle, beating Remaih by two lengths to win the first race of the day which was for locally bred horses carrying a cash prize of BD2,000.

Janah was third and Al Tariq fourth.

Blues Guitar, owned by Shaikh Mohammed bin Salman bin Al Khalifa, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Gerald Mosse, followed suit beating Blue Angel by three-fourth-length to win the race for locally bred horses, also carrying a cash prize of BD2,000.

Shomukh was third and Asir fourth.