Hareer Al Reef, ridden by Bernardo Pinheiro, races towards the finish line to win the Al Ain Marathon Series.
The 1600m Group 3 Al Ain Mile, the biggest race of the season in the Garden City, was the undoubted highlight of Friday’s meeting in Al Ain, especially for connections of Dagui Lotois who proved a class apart from his ten rivals.
Seven races at Al Ain on Friday evening were officially highlighted by a 1400m handicap which was turned into a procession by Arif, one of several winners on the card to benefit from positive tactics and second to break a track record.
The enigmatic Sauternes Al Maury registered his third career success for Doug Watson and Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum in Al Ain’s Saturday finale, the concluding 2000m conditions contest, which was the highlight of a 7-race card.
The strong winds played havoc at Yas Links but Jamieson remained steady and composed as he battled to a two over par 74 to enter the weekend on a seven under leading total.
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South Africa finished on 288-3 for a seven-wicket victory with 11 balls remaining. South Africa leads the ODI contest 2-0 and clinched the series ahead of a final game in Cape Town on Sunday.