Racing at Jebel Ali on Friday afternoon is highlighted by the Pat Smullen Conditions Stakes, a race sponsored by the racecourse itself and named in honour of the former Jebel Ali Stables’ and multiple Irish Champion Jockey who sadly succumbed to cancer last year.
Pat Smullen will be remembered at the Jebel Ali Racecourse on Friday, with the management holding a feature race in honour of Jebel Ali Stables’ former jockey and nine-time Irish champion, who passed away in September last year.
Action at Jebel Ali Racecourse on Friday will send pulses racing with the seven-race card bolstered by two Listed races in the shape of the Jebel Ali Stakes and Jebel Ali Sprint. Both the races carry attractive purses of Dh500,000 each in a card that has a
A good card at Jebel Ali on Friday afternoon is highlighted by a pair of Listed races, one at either end of the track’s distant ranges, with the 1000m Jebel Ali Sprint and the 1950m Jebel Ali Stakes. The Listed Jebel Ali Sprint, sponsored by Shadwell,
Dual Listed features at Jebel Ali Racecourse on Friday and the speedsters were first up in the 1000m Jebel Ali Sprint which proved a memorable event for trainer Doug Watson who not only saddled the winner, Al Tariq, but provided runner-up Fanaar for good measure.
There couldn’t have been a more popular winner than Shamikh with Ryan Curatolo astride -- competing in the colours of racecourse patron Sheikh Ahmed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum -- who registered a poignant victory in the 1600m Pat Smullen Condition Stakes,
Jebel Ali Stables could not have asked for a better start than this to begin a season. The yellow silks of Sheikh Ahmed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the racecourse’s founder and patron, sparkled brightly during the afternoon sunshine at the venue on Saturday after unstoppable resident trainer Michael
On this occasion, plenty of surprises are in store for the fans. An interactive competition with the audience will take place, during which a variety of questions will be asked and cash prizes in the amount of Dhs5,000 will be awarded to the winners.
He is trained by Musabbeh Al Mheiri, as is runner-up Shajjy who led throughout most of the race with Doug Watson’s Fanaar taking third.
The iconic horse shoe-shaped Jebel Ali racecourse is all set to host the curtain-raiser meeting for the 2021/ 2022 UAE racing season on Friday, the first of the 11 scheduled at the venue. The seven-race card opener will play out in front