Horse Racing Results: Meydan, January 21 2012, Race 3, 19:25 Swaidan Trading Company Peugeot

Bawadi wins third race in meydan

The Third Race at Meydan on Saturday 21st January 2012, was the 19:25 Swaidan Trading Company Peugeot Thoroughbred Handicap, which was run over 1900M (roughly 1m1.5f) on the Tapeta surface.

Connections were competing for a share of USD $20,000 in prize money, of which the winner was to scoop $12,000.

The race was won by Bawadi under a good ride from Patrick Cosgrave, which saw him just get the better of Bin Shamardal under Wayne Smith, by half a length. Sheik Hamdan al Maktoum’s Masaalek was a couple of lengths back in third under Richard Hills.

Bawadi did well to get up on the line, but perhaps the eye-catching performance of the race was that of Masaalek, who was unlucky in running when produced from behind a wall of horses – this horse showed a good deal of speed, and, with a clear run, could have got much closer in this event, it is felt.

Full results are detailed below.

Meydan Result: January 21 2012, Race 3, 19:25 Swaidan Trading Company Peugeot

Pos Dist Horse Trainer Jockey
1st Bawadi (USA) M bin Shafya Patrick Cosgrave
2rd 0.5 Bin Shamardal (IRE) M Al Muhairi Wayne Smith
3rd 2.25 Masaalek (GB) D Watson Richard Hills
4th 1.5 Profondo Rosso (IRE) D Watson Jamie Spencer
5th 0.5 Furnace (IRE) E Charpy Colm O’Donoghue
6th 1.25 Uptown Guy (USA) D Watson Patrick Dobbs
7th 1.75 Highland Glen (GB) S Seemar Richard Mullen
8th Sh Paschendale (GB) M Al Muhairi James Doyle
9th 0.5 Mutual Force (USA) A Al Raihe Saeed Al Mazrooei ( 3.0 kgs)
10th 1.75 Street Act (USA) A Al Raihe Royston Ffrench
11th 4 Strecker (USA) S Chevalier Ted Durcan
12th 3.5 Shemoli (GB) D Selvaratnam William Buick
13th 6.5 Rehearsal Dinner (IRE) I Mohammed Tadhg O’Shea
14th Dist Mawaddah (IRE) M Ramadan Salima Al Taleei ( 3.0 kgs)

Video and pictures courtesy the Dubai Racing Authority.

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