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Bahrain Trophy

United Kingdom | FEATURE RACE GUIDE

Previous Bahrain Trophy Winners

DateHorseJockeyWTTrainerBP
SPANISH MISSION (USA) 3C
NOBLE MISSION (GB) - LIMONAR (IRE) STREET CRY (IRE)
J P SPENCER57.5DAVID SIMCOCK1
WELLS FARHH GO (IRE) 3C
FARHH (GB) - MOWAZANA (IRE) GALILEO (IRE)
DAVID ALLAN57.5T D EASTERBY4
RAHEEN HOUSE (IRE) 3C
SEA THE STARS (IRE) - JUMOOH (GB) MONSUN (GER)
J P SPENCER57.5B J MEEHAN1
HOUSESOFPARLIAMENT (IRE) 3G
GALILEO (IRE) - SHARP LISA (USA) DIXIELAND BAND (USA)
RYAN MOORE57.5A P O'BRIEN2
MR SINGH (GB) 3G
HIGH CHAPARRAL (IRE) - SUNDARI (IRE) DANEHILL (USA)
L DETTORI57.5JOHN GOSDEN4
HARTNELL (GB) 3G
AUTHORIZED (IRE) - DEBONNAIRE (GB) ANABAA (USA)
J FANNING57.5M JOHNSTON4
FEEL LIKE DANCING (GB) 3C
GALILEO (IRE) - MAID OF KILLEEN (IRE) DARSHAAN (GB)
WILLIAM BUICK57.0JOHN GOSDEN5
SHANTARAM (GB) 3C
GALILEO (IRE) - ALL'S FORGOTTEN (USA) DARSHAAN (GB)
WILLIAM BUICK57.0JOHN GOSDEN3
MASKED MARVEL (GB) 3C
MONTJEU (IRE) - WALDMARK (GER) MARK OF ESTEEM (IRE)
JIMMY FORTUNE57.0JOHN GOSDEN1
CORSICA (IRE) 3C
CAPE CROSS (IRE) - CEDAR SEA (IRE) PERSIAN BOLD (GB)
L DETTORI57.0M JOHNSTON1
KITE WOOD (IRE) 3F
GALILEO (IRE) - KITE MARK (GB) MARK OF ESTEEM (IRE)
L DETTORI57.0SAEED BIN SUROOR7
DONEGAL (USA) 3G
MENIFEE (USA) - VICKEY'S ECHO (CAN) CLEVER TRICK (USA)
WILLIAM BUICK57.0A M BALDING10
TRANQUIL TIGER (GB) 3C
SELKIRK (USA) - SERENE VIEW (USA) DISTANT VIEW (USA)
R HUGHES57.0SIR HENRY CECIL4
SPANISH JOHN (USA) 3G
DYNAFORMER (USA) - ESPRIT D'ESCALIER (USA) DIESIS (GB)
K FALLON56.0PAUL COLE6
CEPHALONIA (GB) 3F
SLIP ANCHOR (GB) -
PAT EDDERY53.0J L DUNLOP3

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