Horse Racing, The Barbé Cup: Tales Of Bravery Flaunts its Class

9 years, 2 months ago - June 03, 2013
Tales Of Bravery is not up to its reputation in Barbé Cup this Sunday, June 2 It was indeed the strongest looping 1600 meters race 1.35.44s, the best time set on the distance from the beginning of the season.

Tales Of Bravery has offered Barbé Cup in Maingard team after a race in which his supremacy was never in doubt. The start of the race - which had registered the withdrawal, early Sunday morning, Solo Traveller, one of the main challengers Tales Of Bravery on paper - has been delayed for several minutes due to an unfortunate incident on the track. Top Seller, having unseated his jockey Burke, struck the horse Druid's Moon before finishing his race against the bars in concrete. Due to injury, he was subsequently euthanized.

The race was started by Barbé Tandragee while Tales Of Bravery is found on most of the route, in the fifth position. He began his effort in the 300m and in a few strides, he joined Tandragee he dominated without too much difficulty. Mining Prospect completed the trifecta before Polar Bound.

The typical day began with the defeat of the favorite Ryder Cup. It failed narrowly against the outsider Rock This Town, which recorded its first victory in Mauritius. He shone from start to finish in the end of course resistant to Smitten and Ryder Cup.

Rulerofmyheart maintained its winning streak in the second race. He signed his third consecutive victory by winning also end to end. He resisted with ease to attack Fort Noble in line.

King's Guard remains unbeaten after three races this year. He beat Captain Vedici with ease in the 1850m of the third race. He followed Captain Vedici at a respectable distance and jockey Ségéon waited for the 300m run. King's Guard made the difference quite easily.

The team Merven nearly caused a huge surprise in the next test with Ruby King, but it came a stride too late to hope to steal the victory favorite Liam, who started ahead from the start.

The team Perdrau signed a major victory in the fifth race with Bolting Cat. The latter took the lead after 200 meters of the race and maintained the pace despite a late but powerful Strike Again and Arabian Empire attack.

Jockey Ségéon caused a surprise with Bali Mojo in the seventh race. This stopped the winning streak of Isipho, who narrowly failed. The day ended with the victory of Mighty Fine who beat the favorite Urbi and Orbi.

 

The winners of the 13th day:

1st race: Rock This Town - Bhaugeerothee

2nd race: Rulerofmyheart - Burke

3rd race: King's Guard - Ségéon

4th race: Liam - Burke

5th race: Bolting Cat - Latham

Race 6: Tales Of Bravery - Latham

7th race: Bali Mojo - Ségéon

8th race: Mighty Fine - Burke

 

Text by lexpress.mu

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