Sheikh Hamdan with the horse Ghaiyyath.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, shared photos of winning horses Ghaiyyath and Pinatubo on his Instagram account.
He captioned the photos, “With the champions Ghaiyyath 🐎 and Pinatubo🐎 💙 @godolphin 💙…”
It was believed that the Dubai Crown Price was in England.
A day earlier, Sheikh Hamdan shared photos of playing paddle tennis at an estate.
Meanwhile, the horse, Ghaiyyath has been declared the best horse in the world after his relentless performance in last week's Juddmonte International at York earned him a new career-high figure on Racing Post Ratings, and with the BHA's lead handicapper.
The Godolphin ace's front-running win on the Knavesmire, his third consecutive Group 1 victory this season, generated a Racing Post Rating of 131, the joint-second best figure since the start of 2015 alongside Cracksman and just a pound shy of Golden Horn's best in the 2015 Coral-Eclipse, according to a Racing Post.
The BHA's head of handicapping Dominic Gardiner-Hill was also suitably impressed, allotting Ghaiyyath a mark of 130, the equal of Golden Horn and Cracksman, and pointing out that he is “now responsible for the two best performances in the world this year”, and noting that “his new mark has been bettered in that race this century by only seven-length winners Frankel (140) and Sakhee (133)”.
The videos show Sheikh flying a helicopter over lush green meadows with serene surroundings and mountains. It is not clear where the video was shot.
Sheikh Mohammed, smiling, grabs the man and performs what appears to look like a rare choke.
In a series of videos on his Instagram account, the Crown Prince of Dubai was seen playing tennis with Uncle Saeed.
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