The horse "RYSK TOUT" wins the Mohammed VI Grand Prix of the Arabian Thoroughbred

The horse “RYSK TOUT”, ridden by Maxime Foulon, won, on Sunday at the Casablanca Anfa racecourse, the Grand Prix Mohammed VI du Thoroughbred Arab, the flagship event of the second international day of the 8th edition of the Morocco International Meeting. (MIM).

Owned by Dhafi Al Marri, “RYSK TOUT” won among 9 Moroccan and foreign horses, aged 4 and over, who competed over a distance of 2,100 meters.

In the same context, the Grand Prix Moulay El Hassan was won by “DJARABB DES FORGES”, ridden by Abderrahim Faddoul and owned by Zakaria Semlali.

The Moulay Rachid Grand Prix went to “DAHLIL FAL”, ridden by Khalid Ibba (owned by Fal Stud).

The second international day of the 8th edition of the Morocco International Meeting (MIM), an international equestrian meeting placed under the high patronage of King Mohammed VI and organized by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Horses (SOREC), was punctuated by races bringing together exceptional Arabian Thoroughbreds.

Six races were on the program for this day, with more than 83 horses which were at the start of the various races and coming from Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Among the other events scheduled is the Prix “The President of The UAE Cup”, dominated by “Fleur de Sel”, ridden by Jean-bernard Eyquem (owned by Yas Horse Management).

The Prix du Jockey Club of Turkey went to “Chaalan RM”, ridden by Khalid Horchani (owned by Sais Stud), while the Prix de l’Association Royale Marocaine des Eleveurs de Chevaux Pur-Sang Arabe (ARMECPSA) was won by “Lhachmia”, ridden by Grine Gerald Mosse (owned by Jamal Bajjou and Mhammed Karimine).

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