AMER, by Wafi out of Bushra, died in the morning of 14 June 2017. He was 33 years old. His passing away, which was expected because of his advanced age, leaves a deep void at the Haras du Grand Couregon where he has lived since 2010 and surrounded by many of his off-spring.
Three weeks after his success in the Abu Dhabi Poule d’Essai des Poulains, Al Shaqab Racing's Brametot won the QIPCO Prix du Jockey Club (Group 1), at Chantilly, on Sunday, 4 June.
The Al Shaqab Racing-owned Mekhtaal proved the strongest in the Prix d’Ispahan (Gr1) at Chantilly on Sunday, 28 May. After cantering on the outside of Robin Of Navan, in the lead, he attacked him in the middle of the home straight
Al Shaqab Racing’s Almaa (Amer) won the Prix Nefta (Gr2 PA), her second Group success, at Toulouse, France on Monday, 22 May. The Thomas Fourcy-trained filly cantered in third position, behind Diva du Paon (Munjiz), in the lead, and Naziq (Mahabb).
Sheikh Joaan Bin Hamad presented trophies to winners Godolphin’s RIBCHESTER wins Al Shaqab Locking Stakes Al Shaqab’s DENAAR wins Olympic Glory Conditions Stakes
His Excellency Sheikh Joaan Bin Hamad Al-Thani, President of Qatar Olympic Committee, presented the trophies to the winners of the main race, Al Shaqab Locking Stakes (Gr1), of the race meeting held at Newbury on Saturday, 20 May.
In presence of HE Sheikh Joaan Bin Hamad Al Thani, President of Qatar Olympic Committee, BRAMETOT brought a second classic success to Al Shaqab when winning the Abu Dhabi Poule d’Essai des Poulains (Group 1) (French Guineas for 3 Y/O Colts) at Deauville, France, on Sunday, 14 May 2017.