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2010 Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1)

Date/Track:
3/27/2010, Meydan-UAE
Distance:
6 f (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
3+ M
Time:
1:10.89
*Rank is current Power Ranking among all active horses, based on highest HRN rating. Rating is based on HRN member voting.
FinSilksHorse / SireRatingTrainer / JockeyLast Start / Next Start
1st Kinsale King
Yankee Victor
8.14
C. O'Callaghan
G. Gomez
2nd, HP Allow (6/21/2013-R7)
2nd Rocket Man
Viscount
7.75
P. Shaw
R. Fradd
1st, 2012 Lion City Cup View Video
3rd One World
Danehill Dancer
5.89
J. Moore
D. Beadman
13th, 2010 Hong Kong Sprint (G1) View Video
4th Laurel Guerreiro
King Halo
M. Kon
S. Fujita
4th, 2010 Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1) View Video
5th Eagle Falls
Hussonet
D. Hayes
C. Brown
14th, 2012 Memsie Stakes (G2)
6th Benbaun
Stravinsky
K. Ryan
P. Smullen
11th, 2010 Flying Five Stakes (G3)
7th Mutheeb
Danzig
M. Muhairi
R. Hills
7th, 2013 Handicap (LS) View Video
8th Gayego
Gilded Time
6.96
S. Suroor
F. Dettori
9th, 2011 Firebreak Stakes (LS) View Video
9th Force Freeze
Forest Camp
7.52
D. Watson
T. O'Shea
13th, 2014 Conditions View Video
10th Regal Parade
Pivotal
D. Nicholls
A. Nicholls
7th, 2015 Handicap View Video
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Older Comments about the 2010 Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1)...

An outstanding ride by Garrett Gomez on Kinsale King in the 2010 Dubai Golden Shaheen. Once he got his colt to the lead, he knew he had plenty of horse left under him, and rode Kinsale King like he knew it. Once he grabbed the lead with Kinsale King, he never looked back. Even though the 2nd and 3rd place horses were closing on him at races end, Gomez knew he had plenty enough horse left to take home that trophy. I love to see those USA horses do well in Dubai.

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