G3 Bahrain International Trophy

Bahrain International Trophy To Be Shown Live In 165 Countries

The £600,000 G3 Bahrain International Trophy will be shown live in 165 countries worldwide. Racecourse Media Group (RMG) and HBA Media (HBA), working with the Bahrain Turf Club, will showcase the event across 20 networks. Featuring 10 runners, the race will begin at 4:05 p.m. local time (1:05 p.m. GMT). Among the broadcasters are: Fox Sports in the US, ESPN / Star+ in Latin America and Caribbean, SuperSport in Africa and NENT in Europe. The full list includes: North and South America, plus the Caribbean: Fox Sports, TVG (US); ESPN...

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Group Winner Alflaila In Good Form For Bahrain Trip

Owen Burrows trainee Alflaila (GB) (Dark Angel {Ire}) is pleasing his trainer in advance of a start in the £600,000 G3 Bahrain International Trophy on Friday, Nov. 18. One of 14 left in the 1 1/4-mile contest, the Shadwell homebred is riding a three-race winning streak coming into the contest, having landed a Pontefract listed race in July. He followed up with the G3 Strensall S. at York a month later, and was last seen running out a 1 1/4-length victor in the G3 Darley S. at Newmarket on Oct....

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Bahrain International Trophy Attracts 43 Entries

A total of 43 entries have stood their ground for the £600,000 G3 Bahrain International Trophy on Friday, Nov. 18. Several nations are represented with entries: Britain (16), Ireland (6), France (5), UAE (7), Bahrain (3), Germany (3), Norway (1), Turkey (1), and Sweden (1). The race allows a maximum of 14 entries. Shadwell's G3 Strensall S. hero Alflaila (GB) (Dark Angel {Ire}) has earned an automatic berth in the race for trainer Owen Burrows, and he returned to take Saturday's G3 Darley S. at Newmarket. Other entries of note...

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Bahrain International Trophy Defence For Lord Glitters

Group 1 winner Lord Glitters (Fr) (Whipper), who won the 2021 edition of the G3 Bahrain International Trophy, will be back to defend his title in November, according to trainer David O'Meara. Successful in the 2021 G1 Jebel Hatta besides his Bahraini exploits, the charismatic grey added the G2 Singspiel S. back at Meydan this February and was most recently fifth in the G3 Brigadier Gerard S. at Sandown on May 26. O'Meara said, "This time of year is tough for him [Lord Glitters] at his age. He has to...

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