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Royal Cavalry’s horses excel in Wolverhampton races
June 11, 2018 | 3:33 PM
by Times News Service
 
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Muscat: Royal Cavalry of Oman’s stallion ‘The Sohar’ came second in the fourth race of the Wolverhampton races on Sunday.

In the 1600m race for the pure Arabian horses, Said Al Badi-trained ‘The Sohar’, which was ridden by Joanna Mason, finished second behind ‘Pharitz Fahr’.

‘Pharitz Fahr’, which is owned and trained by B. Deutrom, was ridden by David Turner.

Meanwhile, stallion ‘Muhaajer’, owned by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum and ridden by Ciaran Jones, settled for the third place.



In the 1600m fifth race, which was also dedicated to the pure Arabian horses, Royal Cavalry of Oman’s stallion ‘Laheeb’ finished in second place. Said Al Badi-trained ‘Laheeb’ was ridden by Ellie Mackenzie.

The race was won by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum-owned ‘Halib Des Forges’, which was ridden by Wale Beetes.

In the 2000m sixth race, Royal Cavalry’s mare ‘Rehab’, ridden by David Turner, finished third.

The race was won by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum-owned stallion ‘Al Kaaser’, which was ridden by Joanna Mason.

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