Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
The talented “Dubai Jameela” became the first horse to win among the graduates of the first edition of the Dubai Breeze Up Auction held at the stadium during the week of the Dubai World Cup 2022, in cooperation with Coves auction house, and daughter. “Dabawi” won Logo for Emirati owner Zafar Abdullah and under the supervision of trainer Kevin Ryan, the graduates finished in the top three at the auction after his performance in the Phillies Novice Stakes at the May track in Britain last Monday. Places of race.
“Dubai Beautiful” was one of the most expensive horses sold at the Dubai Breeze Up auction, fetching 1.4 million dirhams, and Yusuf Salem signed a contract to buy Syed Sakhar Al Gabi after it was offered by Malcolm Bastard.
Under the banner of Sheikh Rashid bin Dalmook Al Maktoum and under the supervision of trainer Richard Fahey, the talented “Mawatta” performed well in her first participation, where the daughter of “Ifraj” was sold by Simas Fahy Racing on behalf of John Keogh. Backed by Blandford Bildstock, he finished third by less than three quarters of a length to the winner «Dubai is beautiful».
The first edition of the Dubai Breeze Up Auction was held at a track in Medan in collaboration with Joffe’s Auction House and the event was a remarkable success attracting two yearlings of top breed horses. American Ferro”, “Kerlin”, “Dabawi”, “Frankel, Kitten’s Joy, More Than Ready, Sioni, Mama Mo and Wootton Bassett.
The auction recorded the highest price and highest average sale of any Breeze Up “Review” auction conducted by European Auctioneers.
Participants from all over the world flocked to the auction in Dubai, which offered high-quality and high-quality breeds, while places for auction horses were distributed to Japan, the United States, Dubai, Britain, Saudi Arabia and other countries.
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