Horse Racing Results: Meydan, January 13 2011, 21:40, Race 6, “Conquest” Conditions Race

Our giant wins conquest conditions race at meydan 2011

Race 6 at Meydan on Thursday January 13th 2011 was the 21:40 “Conquest” Conditions Race for Thoroughbred racehorses.

This race took place on the All-Weather circuit over a distance of 1200m (around 6 furlongs, or six eighths of a mile), and connections competed for a share of the $110,000 USD prize fund, $66,000 USD of which went to the winner.

Our Giant kept on well in the closing stages to win by half a length under another good ride from Christophe Soumillon. Next came the closely matched Inxile and Alo Pura who were separated only by the judge after a photograph showed David Nicholl’s gelding to be a short-head in front. Bankable was a length behind in fourth place, followed by a blanket of four closely matched horses to make up the remaining prize-money places.

Video and images courtesy Emirates Racing Authority.

Meydan Results – Thursday 13th January – Race 6 – 21:40 – Conquest Conditions Race

Distance: 1200m

  1. Our Giant (AUS) – M de Kock – Christophe Soumillon
  2. Inxile (IRE) – D Nicholls – Michael O’Connell
  3. Alo Pura (GB) – D Selvaratnam – William Supple
  4. Bankable (IRE) – H Brown – Ryan Moore
  5. Invincible Ash (IRE) – M Halford – Lanfranco Dettori
  6. Verde-Mar (BRZ) – E Martins – Bruno Reis
  7. Atlantic Sport (USA) – M de Kock – Kevin Shea
  8. Dohasa (IRE) – I Mohammed – Ahmad Ajtebi
  9. Mutheeb (USA) – M Al Muhairi – Richard Hills
  10. Rock Jock (IRE) – T Collins – Ted Durcan
  11. Force Freeze (USA) – D Watson – Kieren Fallon
  12. Montpellier (IRE) – A Al Raihe – Royston Ffrench

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