La Petit Coco won the Pretty Poly Steaks at The Curaঘe

La Petite Coco de Kuragh won Group 1 Alwasmiah Pretty Poly Steaks. Credit: David Bates.

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On the last day of the three-day Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby Festival, La Petite Cocoa (9/1) won Group 1 Alwasmiah Pretty Poly Steak at Kurragh on Sunday.

Trained by Paddy Tommy and coached by Billy Lee, world ruler Philly won the first prize of € 177,000 in the colors of Tim Valor LLC.

The English Raider My Astra from William Hagas Yard started the 1 mile 2 furlong race as an 11/4 favorite but La Petite Coco had to give way to a half length.

Rosscarbery (20/1), also trained by Paddy Tommy, was third after the position but was later disqualified after an investigation by the stewards.

Ger Lyons-Handled Thunder Kiss (40/1) was promoted to third place for jockey Colin Keane and owners Newtown Honor Stud Farm Limited.

Justify and the conquest of the Galileo dynasty

Regularly bred statues (4 / 6f) took more than Group 2 Early Stud steaks 6 furlongs. The daughter of Justify, carrying the colors of Magnia, had a three-part length at Donacha O’Brien-Handled Badbow (25/1), with Matilda Picote (18/1) at the same distance in third place.

Proud & Regal (16/1) won the Barrantown Stud Irish EBF Maiden for coaches Donacha O’Brien and Jockey Cillian Leonard.

Galileo’s well-bred son, bearing the color of Derrick Smith, is the full-brother of the five-time winner Mekong River.

Coumshingaun (10/1) picked up Sherry Fitzgerald Country Homes handicap for seven-pound claimant Jamie Powell and handler Kevin Coleman. Fastnet was the lowest weight in the Rock Philly race and claimed প্রথম 14,750 first prize for successful owner Eileen Coleman.

The € 100,000 Paddy Power Rockingham Handicap (Premier Handicap) went the way of Anno Saira (9/2) for coaches Johnny Fehan and jockey Jamie Powell over five furlongs, the second half of Powell’s first career double.

Coolmore-born four-year-old Galileo Colt was one of the most impressive winners of the HMS Seahorse Weekend when he claimed the Irish Stallion Farms EBF “Ragusa” handicap for coach Paul Nolan and rider Colin Hayes.

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