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Cape Summit bags richest race of day

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Sat, 23 Jan 2016


CAPE Summit was the biggest winner as three outsiders, including two in feature races, created upsets at yesterday’s horse racing in Sakhir.

Cape Summit, owned by Al Nasseriyeh, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Rosie Jessop, won the richest race of the day when it beat Mayo Lad by half-a-length to win the Minister of Youth and Sports Affairs Cup which carried a cash prize of BD4,000.

Allergic Reaction was third and Among Equals fourth.

Question Mark, owned by Al Nasseriyeh, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Brett Doyle, was the other big winner when it beat favourite Rayaash by one-and-three-fourth-length to win the University of Bahrain Cup which carried a cash prize of BD2,000.

Lazzaz was third and Socialite fourth.

The day began well for the favourites as Obeyan 1620, owned by Al Wasmiya, trained by Abdulla Kuwaiti and ridden by Brett Doyle, lived up to expectations beating Rabdan 1639 to win the Minister of Youth and Sports Affairs Cup for Arabian horses which carried a cash prize of BD2,500.

Al Krush 1614 was third and Al Jellabieh 1590 fourth.

Farange, owned by Al Nasseriyeh, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Brett Doyle, followed suit beating Harash by one-and-one-fourth-length to win the Minister of Youth and Sports Affairs Cup for locally bred horses which carried a cash prize of BD3,500.

Rising Sun was third and First Mate fourth.

Favourite

Tonabrocky, owned by Mohammed A Rahman Al Jassmi, trained by Fawzi Nass and ridden by Harry Bentley, was another favourite to oblige when it beat Jumeirah Glory to win the Rashid Equestrian and Horse Racing Club Public Relations Cup for imported horses which carried a cash prize of BD2,000.

Burnett was third and Arabic fourth.

Sun Dancer, owned by Al Nasseriyeh, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Brett Doyle, beat Murjana by one-and-three-fourth-length to win one of the two support races for locally bred horses which carried a cash prize of BD1,500.

Riyaah was third and Ghazaliya fourth.

Let Go Ego, owned by Ras Rumman Stable, trained by Taleb Ali and ridden by Husain Makki, won the second support race for imported horses which carried a cash prize of BD1,500 when it upset Fehaydi by two lengths.

Celtic Man was third and Vitamin fourth.






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