Horse Racing Results: Meydan, January 6th 2011, 19:00 Race 2 Meydan Tiered Restaurant Handicap

Ceedwell wins the 2nd race at meydan by 2. 5 lengths
Ceedwell wins the 2nd race at meydan by 2. 5 lengths

Horse Racing Results: the second race at Meydan, UAE, on Thursday 6th January 2011 was the 19:00 Meydan Tiered Restaurant Handicap race, run over 1200m (approximately 6 furlongs).

Ceedwell won the race by two and a half lengths from Indian Skipper giving connections, trainer Stephane Chevalier and jockey, Gregory Benoist a quick-fire double in the opening two races at this Meydan meeting.

Kilt Rock was a length behind in third, in turn just over a length ahead of Exceedingly Fast who led round the bend, but faded in the final 250m. Africanus came home in the fifth and final prize money place.

Video courtesy Emirates Racing Authority.

Meydan Results Thursday 6th January – Race 2 – 19:00 – Meydan Tiered Restaurant Handicap

Distance: 1200m

  1. Ceedwell (GB) – S Chevalier – Gregory Benoist
  2. Indian Skipper (IRE) – D Watson – Tadhg O’Shea
  3. Kilt Rock (IRE) – D Watson – Kieren Fallon
  4. Exceedingly Fast (KSA) – S Seemar – Harry Bentley
  5. Africanus (IRE) – M Al Muhairi – Wayne Smith
  6. King’s Congress (USA) – R Bouresly – Erhan Yavuz
  7. Very Far (USA) – S Seemar – Richard Mullen
  8. Dubai Set (GB) – D Watson – Patrick Dobbs
  9. Zafeen Man (GB) – A Al Raihe – Ahmad Ajtebi
  10. Ab Include (USA) – A Al Raihe – Royston Ffrench
  11. Marine Spirit (GER) – M bin Shafya – Patrick Cosgrave
  12. Crooner (IRE) – M Ramadan – Antioco Murgia

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