RESULTS MEETING 27
1st race: Beautiful Bhutan opens his account
Beautiful Bhutan, the runner of the Serge Henry stable has open his account after a stunning finish in the final straight to beat Deux Fabuleax at the post. After having followed at the end of the pack, Beautiful Bhutan (R. Bhaugeerothee) showed his top speed to rapidly close the gap on Deux Fabuleax who had in the meantime dominated Port Albert in front. The latter ended third while Fire Wire (B. Sooful) completes the quartet.
2nd race: Shakleton back in the winner’s enclosure
After having followed in third position behind the leaders Torero (B. Bhaugeerothee) and Smitten (J. Geroudis), Shakleton (D. David) had chosen the bars in the final straight to go and win in front of Smitten who was like a winner at 50m of the post. It’s the sixth win of the horse of the Allet stable at the Champ de Mars. Made of Money (R. Joorawon) took the third place behind Don’t Tell Mama (N. Juglall).
3rd race: Three in a row for Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup (N. Juglall) has recorded his third consecutive win in the third race. He showed the best finish to come and catch Rainbow Man (P.C Orffer) and Umhlanga who entered the final straight with a good lead. Always Flirting (R. Burke), the stable mate of Ryder Cuo took the second place in front of Umlanga while Rainbow Man ended fourth.
4th race: Double for Juglall with Dynastar
The Mauritian jockey, Nooresh Juglall signed a double in this meeting by leading Dynastar to the victory in the fourth race. After having followed in the middle of the pack, the runner of the Maigrot stable proved to be the strongest with his attack at the outside to come and catch Bongo Beat who had put the leader Steel of Approval (P.C Orffer) under pressure in the last corner. Count Emmanuale (K. Latham) took the second place in front of Princeton (C. Segeon) and Bongo Beat.
5th race: The Last Samurai at the finish
After having finished second on his last two races, The Last Samurai (R. Burke) crossed the post as a winner this time. The runner of the Foo Kune stable had patiently waited for the final straight to place his attack on the bars. He dominated Red Lotus (R. Hoolash) who tried to do the race in front from pillar to post. He finished second in front of Pablo (V. Sola) and Iwayini (N. Juglall).
6th race: Esteco from start to finish
Esteco (M. Neisius) caused a big upset by winning the main race in front of his stable mate Diamond Light (R. Burke). At the opening of the boxes, Esteco jumped out rapidly to take the lead in front of Ghost Dog (J. Geroudis), Lividus (N. Juglall) and Diamond Light. The latter lost his position in the downhill and he was trapped in the last corner. In front Esteco was put under pressure by Ghost Dog who seemed able to catch the leader but the horse of the Foo Kune stable showed a great resistance to go and win his second win at the Champ de Mars. Diamond Light found the opening too late and finished second in front of Ghost Dog and Dunraven (D. David).
7th race: Redemption for Wieland
Narrowly beaten the last time by Pegasus Legacy, Wieland redeemed himself by winning the seventh race from start to finish. Once at the outpost, Wieland (J. Geroudis) set the pace before placing his final acceleration in the final straight. Alvaro (B. Bhaugeerothee) took the second place in front of Uly (N. Juglall) and Skywalk Luke (K. Latham). Note that Kruger Rand and Leisure Jet had been scratched after having caused some troubles in the stalls.
8th race: Victorious debut for Georgean Boy
The new horse of the Rameshwar Gujadhur stable had started victoriously his career at the Champ de Mars. Ridden by Piere Corné Orffer, Georgean Boy showed the best acceleration in the final straight to win in front of Kumba-Ya who ended strongly at the outside. Thursday Lunch (K. Latham) took the third place in front of Eagle Award (R. Burke).