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Former champion Macau trainer Kim Cheong is hopeful that Australian import Obrigado Mais can give him his third SJM Macau Derby win.
Obrigado Mais shrugged off an interrupted preparation and an injury cloud when he continued on his winning way in the Class 1 Handicap over 1510 metres at Taipa last Friday night.
Frankel's jockey Tom Queally got off to a perfect start for his three week stint in Macau with an easy win on the Stanley Chin trained God Get People over 1350 metres at Taipa last Friday night.
Queally was enticed to Macau for a three week period by his friend Stanley Chin a former top international jockey now training in Macau.
Victorian jockey James Winks is raising the bar as he gears up for a second Mauritius stint starting from March.
Winks impressed the Indian Ocean island racegoers last year with the way he landed as trainer Patrick Merven’s retained jockey halfway through the season in July, quickly stamping his authority to go and boot home 19 winners for a healthy strike rate of 19.4% and a fifth finish on the Mauritius jockey’s premiership.
Macau star Bobo So Cute showed that he is right back to his best with a brilliant win in Saturday’s Group 2 Spring Trophy at Taipa.
Ridden for the first time by Ryan Curatolo, Bobo So Cute came from a mile back in the run to power home over the last two hundred metres to beat Kelowna Star (Martin Wepner) easily on the line, with Perfect Alloy (Horace Lam) close up in third.
Close finishes were the order of the day at Meydan on Saturday evening, including the hard fought success of Classic Collection, the only Godolphin-owned runner on the card, in the DP World, UAE Region, over 1800m on turf.
The race looked ultra-competitive on paper and so it proved with at least half-a-dozen of the 16 runners holding wining claims entering the latter stages.
Meydan’s fourth meeting of the 2017 Dubai World Cup Carnival was dominated by the Godolphin racing operation with two Group 2 thoroughbred races among their five wins on the seven race card.
The 1800m G2 Al Rashidiya Empowered By IPIC, on the turf went to Godolphin courtesy of Promising Run , trained by Saeed bin Suroor and the only filly among the seven runners.
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