Horse Racing Results: Meydan, January 6th 2011, 20:15 Race 4 “Farriers” Handicap

Race 4 at Meydan, UAE, on Thursday 6th of January 2011 was the “Farriers” Handicap over 2800M (1m6f).

This race was won by Achill Bay, who won with a little in hand, by two lengths from Captain Webb, who had pulled well clear of Leitmotiv in third.

Achill Bay is trained by S Seemar and was ridden in this race by Harry Bentley.

Video courtesy Emirates Racing Authority.

Meydan Results Thursday 6th January – Race 4 – 20:15 – “Farriers” Handicap

Distance: 2800M

  1. Achill Bay (IRE) – S Seemar – Harry Bentley
  2. Captain Webb (GB) – E Charpy – William Supple
  3. Leitmotiv (IRE) – M Al Muhairi – Wayne Smith
  4. Royal Prince (GB) – D Watson – Tadhg O’Shea
  5. Habalwatan (IRE) – A Al Raihe – Royston Ffrench
  6. New Guinea (GB) – E Charpy – Ted Durcan
  7. Sunday Symphony (GB) – S Seemar – Daragh O’Donohoe
  8. Dynamic Saint (USA) – D Watson – Patrick Dobbs
  9. Pearly King (USA) – M Al Muhairi – David Smith
  10. Arqaam (GB) – D Watson – Richard Hills
  11. Craigstown (GB) – E Charpy – Rory Cleary
  12. Kerashan (IRE) – A Al Raihe – Antioco Murgia
  13. Book Of Music (IRE) – S Seemar – Richard Mullen

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