Masaki Matsushima, Mrs. John Magnier, Michael Tabor and Derek Smith’s horse ‘Broom’, ridden by Aidan O’Brien and ridden by Ryan Moore, won the second category Dubai Gold Cup over 3200 metres. A prize of one million dollars, after he knew how to impose himself with force, with suitable tactics over the distance of the marathon.
Broome got what he wanted with an excellent victory over strong rivals who prepared for this race with great races to show that he is the champion of the enduro distance in the Dubai World Cup.
Jockey Ryan Moore did not rush at the start but kept his horse behind the lead horses until he reached the bottom of the straight before being able to flow brilliantly and lead quickly in the final furlong, winning by a neck from Siscanier from Godolphin, which was just around the corner just before the title, and Dr. Jay Walker was third, with champion Broome clocking a time of 3:16:83.mins.
And John Magnier, one of the owners of the horse “Broom”, expressed his joy for winning this magnificent night, which had the participation of the elite, stressing that “Broom” is a strong horse and that we hoped he would have. An excellent result and noted that the horse is one of three horses brought to Dubai to compete tonight.
Rider Ryan Moore felt that the victory was very special to be back on the podium at this great event, stating: “The competition was strong and the race very intense, but I kept my opportunity and I wanted to take it. The push needed to get the last distance to the top.”
Source: Al Ittihad
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