Pazeer shines on Guineas Day Dec 08, 2017 0 387 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaThree-year-old bay colt Pazeer produced a thrilling burst from the back and clinched the Thoroughbred Guineas Group 3 race at the 11th Race Meeting on Thursday. At the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club Racecourse in New Al Rayyan, Pazeer unleashed his dash at the right time and kept charging clear of the field to beat Burrishoole Abbey, ridden by Faleh Bughanaim, by more than three lengths.For the Abdulatif Hussain al Emadi horse, it was third victory in as many races. Tamih was guided to the top by Jean Baptiste Hamel and controlled the inside railings. Trainer Ibrahim Saeed al Malki's another ward Perfect Storm (Saleem Golam) followed him hotly. But after the final turn, Notalot (Tomas Lukasek) and Burrishoole Abbey overtook Tamih and Perfect Storm. Suddenly about half way down the home stretch, Pazeer shot ahead. With each step, he looked full of vim and vigour and continued to stretch powerfully across the line for a brilliant victory. This was the second winner for Pedroza. He earlier set up a three-quarter triumph for Rockin Fella, owned by Abdulaziz Saleh al Jaber and trained by Hadi Nasser Rashid al Ramzani, in the Thoroughbred Plate for two years olds. Black Orange, under Faleh Bughanaim, tried hard to come up and beat Rockin Fella but it was not possible. Shawwal (Carlo Fiocchi) finished third by neck. On the Guineas Day, Yazeed and Abha posted exciting wins to have a share of the glory. Yazeed, with Stephan Ladjadj on the back, shocked Emir Sword Group 1 PA winner Ebraz (Theo Bachelot) to claim the Purebred Arabian Guineas 1,600m race by quarter length. The two were involved in a grim battle for the top honours. It was however the Alban de Miedulle ward from Umm Qarn which established his superiority. AJS Gannas was third more than six lengths behind. Al Jeryan Stud's Abha, ridden by Tomas Lukasek, emerged the winner in the Local Thoroughbred Guineas 1,600m, getting the better of Saar by a length. For the trainer Hadi Nasser Rashid al Ramzani, it was the second success of the day after Rockin Fella's triumph. Rider Marc Lerner also shone with two winners. First, he piloted Raqee, owned by Hassan Ali Hassan al Matwi, to a tight nose victory against Al Dawoodea (Felah Bughanaim) in the Purebred Arabian Plate over 1,600m. Yatzakhan (Marvin Suerland) managed to take the third spot. Later, he pushed Zakhir Stud-owned Zameer, a trainee of Mohammed Salama Salim Ashour, to a shocking triumph over TM Thunder Struck (Jean Baptiste Hamel) in the Purebred Arabian Conditions (1,600m) by short head. AJS Anfowan (Tomas Lukasek) failed to match the pace of the leading pair and finished in third spot four lengths behind.ResultsGuineas Day (11th Race Meeting)LOCAL THOROUGHBRED HANDICAP 1,600m1st 31,350, 2nd 12,100, 3rd 6,0501. Montaser (Gerald Avranche), 2.Shatir Bu Thaila (Theo Bachelot), 3.Zuzi (Faleh Bughanaim)Won by 1.75, 1, 1.25.Owner: Ali bin Saeed Aljafali al Nuaimi. Trainer: Yousef Ben Taher MehaouedTHOROUGHBRED PLATE (3 YEAR OLDS) (CLASS 3) 1,200m1st 34,200, 2nd 13,200, 3rd 6,6001.Vona (Harry Bentley), 2. Catch A Wave (Faleh Bughanaim), 3.Scudding (Pierantonio Convertino)Won by 1, 4, 1.75Owner: Khalifa bin Sheail al Kuwari. Trainer: Jassim Mohammed GhazaliTHOROUGHBRED PLATE (2 YEAR OLDS) (CLASS 2) 1,200m1st 42,750, 2nd 16,500, 3rd 8,2501.Rockin Fella (Eduardo Pedroza), 2.Black Orange (Faleh Bughanaim), 3.Shawwal (Carlo Fiocchi)Won by 0.75, 1.5 NkOwner: Abdulaziz Saleh al Jaber. Trainer: Hadi Nasser Rashid al RamzaniPUREBRED ARABIAN PLATE (3 YEAR OLDS) 1,600m1st 34,200, 2nd 13,200, 3rd 6,6001.Raqee (Marc Lerner), 2.Al Dawoodea (Faleh Bughanaim), 3.Yatzakhan (Marvin Suerland)Won by Nose, 1.25, 4.Owner: Hassan Ali Hassan al Matwi. Trainer: Hassan Ali Hassan al MatwiPUREBRED ARABIAN CONDITIONS 1,600m1st 42,750 2nd 16,500 3rd 8,250 4th 4,500 5th 3,000.1.Zameer (Marc Lerner), 2.TM Thunder Struck (Jean Baptiste Hamel), 3.AJS Anfowan (Tomas Lukasek)Won by Short head, 1.50, 4.25Owner: Zakhir Stud. Trainer: Mohammed Salama Salim AshourLOCAL THOROUGHBRED GUINEAS 1,600m1st 85,500 2nd 33,000 3rd 16,500 4th 9,000 5th 6,000.1.Abha (Tomas Lukasek), 2.Saar (Gerald Avranche), 3.Al Lusail (Faleh Bughanaim), 4. Damsah (Saleem Golam), 5.Jalmoud (Jean Baptiste Hamel)Won by 1, 3.5, 0.5, 2, 0.75Owner: Al Jeryan Stud. Trainer: Hadi Nasser Rashid al RamzaniPUREBRED ARABIAN GUINEAS 1,600m1st 85,500 2nd 33,000 3rd 16,500 4th 9,000 5th 6,000.1.Yazeed (Stephan Ladjadj), 2.Ebraz (Theo Bachelot), 3.AJS Gannas (Tomas Lukasek), 4.Sehab (Jean Baptiste Hamel), 5.Al Muntathar (Eduardo Pedroza)Won by 0.25, 6.25, 1.5, 0.75, NoseOwner: Umm Qarn. Trainer: Alban de MieulleTHOROUGHBRED GUINEAS (GR 3) 1,600m1st 85,500 2nd 33,000 3rd 16,500 4th 9,000 5th 6,000.1.Pazeer (Eduardo Pedroza), 2.Burrishoole Abbey (Faleh Bughanaim), 3. Notalot (Tomas Lukasek), 4.Pleaseletmewin (Harry Bentley), 5.Carigrad (JP Guillambert)Won by 3.5, Short head, 1.5, Short head, HeadOwner: Abdulatif Hussain al Emadi. Trainer: Ibrahim Saeed al Malki Pages 1234 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Ireland level series as Sterling, McCarthy excel Dec 08, 2017 0 93 Wakrah down Gharafa in QVA League Dec 08, 2017 0 82 IPL spend could hit $96 mn as wage cap rises 20% Dec 08, 2017 0 92 Confident Aussies move on to Perth with urn on their minds reuters SYDNEY Australia captain Steve Smith thinks England will struggle to get back into the Ashes series after losing in Adelaide to trail 2-0 heading into next week's third Test in Perth. Smith admitted to some ..