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Horse Racing Results: Meydan, January 21 2012, Race 6, 21:20 Saeed & Mohammed Al Naboodah Group

The sixth, and final, race of the Meydan card on Saturday 21st January 2012, was the 21:20 Saeed & Mohammed Al Naboodah Group Thoroughbred Handicap run over 1400M (approximately 7 furlongs) on the All-Weather surface.

The runners were competing for a share of USD $110,000 in prize money, of which the winner would collect $66,000.

The race was won in some style by Ip Man who was produced half way along the straight by jockey Oscar Chavez, and, in just a few strides, had raced clear of the pack to win handsomely.

In second, just, by a short head, was Primaeval under Jamie Spencer, who took the runner-up spot narrowly from Tamaathul under Richard Hills. Next home in a bunch was Global City ridden by Kieren Fallon, but none of the 14 strong field could produce anything to stop the impressive Ip Man.

Ip Man’s win broke the course record over this trip, and was Singapore trainer, Steven Burridge’s third winner from only four runners at Dubai Racing Carnival 2012.

Meydan Result: January 21 2012, Race 6, 21:20 Saeed & Mohammed Al Naboodah Group

Pos Dist Horse Trainer Jockey
1st Ip Man (NZ) S Burridge Oscar Chavez
2rd 2.5 Primaeval (GB) J Fanshawe Jamie Spencer
3rd Sh Tamaathul (GB) A Al Raihe Richard Hills
4th 0.5 Global City (IRE) S bin Suroor Kieren Fallon
5th 0.75 Canwinn (IRE) D Selvaratnam William Buick
6th 0.25 Montmorency (IRE) S Seemar Richard Mullen
7th 0.5 Bridgefield (USA) M Al Zarooni Mickael Barzalona
8th 1 Bravo Echo (GB) M Attwater James Doyle
9th 4 Al Aasifh (IRE) S bin Suroor Silvestre De Sousa
10th 1.75 Famous Warrior (IRE) D Watson Tadhg O’Shea
11th 0.75 Russian Rock (IRE) M Al Muhairi Wayne Smith
12th Hd Desuetude (AUS) S Seemar Harry Bentley (nil)
13th 2.25 Zabarajad (IRE) J Oxx John Murtagh
14th 3.5 Il Grande Maurizio (IRE) A Al Raihe Royston Ffrench

Video and picture courtesy Emirates Racing Authority.

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