The second achievement in as many years as champion trainer Doug Watson unlocked. The Dubai World Cup evening is win by Second Summer in the $1 million G2 Godolphin Mile on a cool Meydan track on Saturday. The five years old son of Summer Bird and Greenstreet including Patrick Dobbs. On board relaxed in coyly past the post leaving German raider Ross. American hope Sharp Azteca in second and third respectively over the 1,600m distance on dirt.
Co-Chairman, PNC Menon, Meydan Sobha and the Founder of Sobha Group; exhibited the trophy to the winning union of Watson and Dobbs. The local star North America who was supposed to take on the incredibly talented US raider Sharp Azteca. And North America trained by the Satish Seemar lived up to expectation. It came to the near early challenged by Hugo Palmer-ridden Gifted Master and Salem Bin Ghadayer’s Heavy Metal.
Dubai World Cup Race 2017
Forthcoming the final furlong and a half, Edgard Zayas move and continue his ride. At the same time, Second Summer found a way that encouraged him to ease home by a neck advancing of Ross dropping Sharp Azteca in third. Watson had never won the even a single race on Dubai World Cup night. However, all that had developed with the UAE champion trainer’s One Man Band. Sam Hitchcott is leading a one-two-three finish for the Red Stables in the Godolphin Mile.
This time, a harmed Watson, besides his hand out of the sling, was thrilled. Besides, it delighted with an unexpected victory over Second Summer. “If you asked me ten minutes back if he was going to win, I would have just smiled. I certainly didn’t imagine it. I surely loved the manner he came home so nicely,” Watson said. “This is just fantastic for the whole team. For the duration of the season. We have not been the in high spirits after losing a few of our horses. But then it’s truly so sweet to have him bounce back and take a great win,” he continued.
The second Summer owned by Shaikh Rashid Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi; was scheduled to run in the most famous Dubai World Cup race. However, Watson decided to switch over to the Godolphin Mile. “He did not come out of the last race in excellent shape. He wasn’t too bad. But we be familiar with that’s why he didn’t ride his race. At the same time, we were confident going into the third leg. Anyway, it didn’t move in. Earlier we saw him come out alright. We understood he wouldn’t get into World Cup away from a 1-11. And once we saw Arrogate was approaching we decided to step back,” Watson described.