Colt “Hatem” wins the Jersey Stakes title

Written By Mark

Wadhanan Racing’s horses continued their fruitful and successful participation in the Royal Ascot Race, as the colt “Hatem” (Phoenix of Spin) won the Jersey Stakes leg for purebred horses aged 3 years for a distance of 1400 meters on the closing day of this year’s Royal Ascot Race, giving Wadhanan Racing its fourth victory in the race. Al-Maliki, confirming his merit and the consistency of his outstanding level of performance after he had previously won the Irish Tattersalls Guinness 2000 race, category one, at the Carra track in his previous participation.
“Hatem” achieved this victory under the supervision of trainer Richard Hanen and led by the horseman James Doyle, even though he was carrying approximately one and a half kilograms more than the rest of the horses because he had previously won another race of the third category, which was the Craven Stakes race, in his first participation this year.
With the start of the Jersey Stakes half, “Hatem” remained behind the front occupants, following the colt “Native American” (Seo Nation), who is also the king of Wadhanan Racing. “Hatem” performed well under the leadership characterized by the confidence of the imaginative James Doyle, then he rushed in the final stages to enter In a fierce competition for the lead in which he had the upper hand, he crossed the finish line before his rivals, achieving victory by a short head over the runner-up colt “Kikulli” (Kingman), King of Jedmont, who participated under the supervision of trainer Harry Charlton and led by the horseman Ocean Murphy, while third place was with an additional margin of Long for the colt “Chicago Critic” (Knight of Thunder), owned by Sam Minkoff and Tony Smurfit, under the supervision of trainer J.P. Murtha and led by Al Khayal Ben Quinn.
In a statement by the winning trainer after the race, he seemed very happy and praised the winning colt very much. He said: “I will not give in to feelings of emotion, but I have never seen a horse enjoy such popularity among the audience and followers, and he truly deserves it. It is enough that he was carrying an extra weight today and was able to He excelled and won very easily, and we expect more from him.”
The filly “Hatem” is produced by Hyde Park Stud, and he is the son of the mare “Wallnut” (Cape Cross), the half-sister of the horse “Born to Be Alive” (Born to Sea), who won an advanced position in a classified race, and the horse “Father Frost.” (Rip Van Winkle), who came in advanced place in the third category entry.