Sheikh Abdullah’s Amel, Al Shaqab’s Excessive Influence register spectacular wins in France


Bred and owned by His Highness Sheikh Sheikh Abdullah bin Khalifa al-Thani, the Purebred Arabian filly Amel stormed to a two-and-a-half size win on her racecourse debut on Sunday. The four-year-old daughter of Al Mamun Monlau is educated by Thomas Fourcy and was ridden by Guillaume Guedj-Homosexual within the Prix Magic De Piboul – Wathba Stallions Cup at Mont de Marsan, France.
Ten lined up on this circumstances race, which marks the return of the turf season in France. Rysk Tout got here in second, with Asma Tourettes three-quarters-of-a-length additional again in third.
“She has debuted appropriately regardless of being very inexperienced and having a very good go searching when she hit the entrance. She ended up within the lead early, which is rarely straightforward on debut. However when her jockey Guillaume Guedj-Homosexual put down his stick and picked up his reins, she discovered a very good stride to complete. It’s a very good signal for the long run,” stated Fourcy after the race
Regally bred, Amel is out of Sheikh Abdullah’s blue hen Al Hanoof, the dam of champions Basic and Al Dahma. Al Dahma has additionally produced the twin Group 1 scorer Yazeed.

Excessive Influence opens scorecard for Al Shaqab
In Machecoul, Excessive Influence, owned and bred by Al Shaqab Racing, crossed the road in entrance within the Prix Pleasure, mile race for three-year-old maidens, breaking his maiden on his first begin as a three-year-old on Sunday. He has run 4 instances at two and he was the runner-up in a maiden at Vichy in August on his second try.
Educated by Henri Francois Devin in Chantilly, the gelding was ridden by Cyril Stefan on this mile contest. He received comfortably, by two lengths in entrance of Electroscope whereas Love Affair was an extra brief head behind in third.
By the late nice Japanese sire Deep Influence, Excessive Influence is out of Bea Remembered, dam of Stormy Antarctic, a massively constant Group performer from two to seven years previous, and of Al Johrah, who completed second within the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot for a similar connections.

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