Al-Safqah

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Al-Safqah

An Arabic term for a contract or a sale. The term literally denotes striking two hands together to finalize an agreement.
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Sheikha Mariam bint Mishal bin Hamad al-Thani owned Safqah (Hatteen-Al Nmah) gave off her best in the straight, to shock a credible field and win the local bred Pure Arabian Challenge Cup, the added attraction of the day.
Owned by: Mohammed Kazim Al Anasari and Sons 7th race: Al Anga (Harry Bentley) 1, Djainka Des Forges 2, Safqah 3, Vit'al Fauquey 4.
Safqah continued to dazzle as she notched her fourth win in six outings.
Safqah from trainer Ghazali's yard easily won the local bred Pure Arabian Handicap for horses rated 40 to 70.
Owned by: Mohammed bin Ali al-Attiya 4th race: Shaklan (Richard Mullen) 1, Safqah 2, Vit'al Fauquey 3, Qabas 4.
George Mikhalides trained Safqah proved too good in the hands of jockey Sylvain Ruis and sped away from the opposition inside the final furlong to win the local bred Pure Arabian Handicap for horses rated 40 and below.