AFOO

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AFOOA Force of One (movie)
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3rd race: 1 Banks and Braes (Kumail A Jalil Al Mallah, Sami Saloom, Adrian Macarthy); 2 Myownway (B) (TT) (Jenna Ebrahim Al Afoo, Ramzi Al Buqlawa, Maikol Arras); 3 Alaneed (TT) (Kumail A Jalil Al Mallah, Sami Saloom, Hassan Al Saffar); 4 Raffinn (B) (Mohammed Taher Ahmed, Jaffar Marzooq, Brett Doyle).
With heights now ranging from 115-125cm in the first round and 125-135cm in the second round, Al Afoo Stables was completely packed as the action got underway.
Myownway, owned by Jenna Ebrahim Al Afoo, trained by Ramzi Al Baqlawa and to be ridden by Maikol Arras, is likely to win this race ahead of its closest competitors Banks And Braes and Alaneed.
6th race: 1 Dancheur (Fawzi Abdulla Nass, Fawzi Nass, Hussain Makki); 2 Erebus (TT) (Hadi Ebrahim Al Afoo, Mohammed Hassan, Alberto Sanna); 3 Pitkin (Al Nasseriyeh, A Smith, Brett Doyle); 4 The Only Boss (B) (Mohammed Juma Mohammed Hassan, Sami Saloom, Hassan Al Saffar).
3rd race: 1 Dream Vale (Manar Jfar Ali Omran, Jaffar Marzooq, Hassan Al Saffar); 2 Tassel (Hadi Ebrahim Al Afoo, Mohammed Hassan, Maikol Arras); 3 Mysterious Secret (TT) (Yunis Abdulhameed Ahmed, A Kuwaiti, Nader A Aziz); 4 To the Point (Late A Rasool K Darwish Stable, Abdulla Haji, Brett Doyle).
Forward Laura Henson and midfielder Tamara Noor also notched a goal apiece before Al Afoo made it 5-0.
3rd race: 1 Lazl (B) (Shaikh Hamad bin Abdulla bin Isa Al Khalifa, J Naylor, Hassan Al Saffar); 2 Tayyar (B) (Hadi Ebrahim Al Afoo, Mohammed Hassan, Maikol Arms); 3 Alkayid (B) (Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdulla bin Isa Al Khalifa, J Naylor, Ali Al Saffar); 4 Qans (Barbari Stable, Ahmed Ali, Salah Isa).
St Christopher's: Jana Al Afoo, Eleanor Wong, Stephanie Lamb and Megan Doherty.
Owned by Hadi Ebrahim Al Afoo, trained by Mohammed Hassan and ridden by Maikol Arras, Blues Music claimed a fine win despite the tough challenge from runner-up The Only Boss and third-placer Tafee.
The competition was fierce between Hussain Al Afoo riding Muhajer pipping his brother Hadi on Rikki Tikki Tavi in the jump off.
Seven rounds were held over the Late Abdulhadi Al Afoo's Cup and the Al-Sakhir Cup for Arabian horses.
Erebus, owned by Hadi Ebrahim Al Afoo, trained by Mohammad Hassan and ridden by Alberto Sanna, was the biggest winner when it beat Dream Vale by two-and-half-a-length to win the Nass Group Cup, sponsored by Late Abdulla Ahmed Nass, which was for imported horses and carried a cash prize of BD3,000.