The Organizing Committee of the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Excellence in Horse Racing announced the names of the winners of the fourth edition of the award, who were honored “remotely” yesterday, on the sidelines of the silver jubilee evening of the Dubai World Cup, which was held on the Meydan Racecourse in Dubai.
The retired Japanese mare “Almond Eye” was crowned the best horse award, before the award went to the French Christophe Lemerre, the best coach for the benefit of the British Charlie Appleby, the coach of Godolphin, and the best owner of “Slick Racing Limited”, and to give the audience their vote in the “People’s Choice Award” “In the interest of British knight Holly Doyle, and the curtain comes down to the award of excellence for tireless giving won by Jerry Pelly, who had previously won four occasions in the Dubai World Cup, the most prominent of which was in the first edition with the American horse“ Segar ”.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, launched in 2016, His Highness’s Award for Excellence in Horse Racing, in recognition of His Highness for everyone who contributed to the development of horse racing and industry around the world, in addition to creating a new ground. , Support horse racing globally.
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