“Osmandias Rush” wins the “Wathba Cup” in Brazil


The colt “Osmandias Rush” by Rodrigo Storani, under the supervision of Lucas Quintana and led by Ruberly Viana, won the Wathba Stallions Cup title for purebred Arabian horses at the age of three years and above, over a distance of 1000 metres, with a prize value of 5 thousand US dollars, which was held on Saturday 06/29/2024. , at the Cidade Jardim Racecourse, at the Jockey Club in São Paulo, Brazil, sponsored by the sixteenth edition of the His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan Racing Festival.
The Al Wathba Stallions Cup race series is held with the support and encouragement of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President of the UAE, Deputy Prime Minister, and Chief of the Presidential Office, with the aim of supporting and spreading purebred Arabian horse racing in Europe, North America, and South America.

Ozmandias Rush, descended from Sir Bani Yas, won very easily, as if in a training session, outperforming his runner-up, the mare “Florida Rush,” led by Andre Oliveira, by 7.75 lengths, while the colt “RG Carmel” came in third place. Led by jockey Danilo Novas.
On the other hand, the filly “Intergalactic” by Guy Nevins, under the supervision of Dee Morrison, and driven by Clement Cadell, was crowned champion of the Al Wathba Stallions Cup – Pre-Bornazole race for a distance of 1200 meters, with a total prize money of 12 thousand euros, and which is reserved for horses at the age of three years only, which was held at the Pompadour track. French on 06/30/2024.
“Intergalactic”, descended from “Valiant Boy”, was 7 lengths ahead of the filly “Jabbara” Lias for Horse Racing Management, with the champion recording a time of 1:22:40 minutes, while “Island Life” by Jay Nevins came in third place.
The filly “Al-Safnat” of the Royal Cavalry of Oman, under the supervision of Elizabeth Bernard and led by Michael Forrest, won the title of the second race of the Al-Wathba Stallions Cup – Prix Pierre Shadow, over a distance of 1,600 meters, with a total prize money of 12 thousand euros, which is designated for purebred Arabian horses aged four years and above.


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