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Back to America after a disappointing Jebel Hatta Mawj

Back to America after a disappointing Jebel Hatta Mawj

Godolphin's Classic winner Mawj was heavily backed to make a comeback in the Group I Jebel Hatta at Meydan last Friday but disappointed across the board to come last and cross the line.

After this performance, he should no longer compete in Dubai and should try again in the US first. At Chance Land, he previously won a Group I race and was only beaten when second in the Breeders' Cup Mile.

Her trainer Saeed Bin Suroor said her star was not doing badly at the stables, but had put on hold his plans to run her back in her home country and planned a trip to America instead, before returning to England. .

“She recovered well after the race and then she was a bit quiet and we were disappointed with her,” admitted the trainer. “Now we'll be looking for a race for her, maybe in April in America. There's a mile race at Keeneland that might be one of the options and then she'll come back to Europe to compete in the European races. It's not been her day lately, that's what jockey Oisin Murphy told me after the race.” Bin Surur continued on

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