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EBRAZ WINS THE $1.1 MILLION QATAR WORLD CUP PART OF EUROPE’S TOP RACE WEEKEND FOR ARABIANS by

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braz had hardly left the winner’s enclosure after the $1.10 million Qatar Arabian World Cup at Longchamp Racecourse in Paris on October 6 when winning trainer Julian Smart reflected on the horse’s phenomenal accomplishments through the year. A season that included a wintertime win in the Amir’s Sword at 2,400 meters in Qatar in February

and continued with a victory in the Qatar International Stakes at 1,600 meters in England in the summer ended with a comprehensive win in the Qatar Arabian World Cup at 2,000 meters. No other Arabian horse accomplished as much in as many diverse venues and at those important distances in 2019. “Three countries, three distances and three tracks,”

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