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Fradd And Maingard Star On The Island

Craig Zackey does well

Robbie Fradd and Ricky Maingard dominated proceedings and were crowned champions at the end of the Air Mauritius & Attitude International weekend held at the Champ de Mars on Saturday and Sunday.

Robbie Fradd and Ricky Maingard – with connections (Pic – Mauritius Turf Club)

Sitting in 6th place heading into Sunday’s meeting, Robbie Fradd came out on top in the Jockeys’ competition, winning with 39 points. Brazil’s Elione Chaves finished runner-up with 38 points, while France’s Maxime Guyon had to settle for 3rd with 33 points.

In the Trainers’ competition, Ricky Maingard was crowned champion with 39 points. With three wins and a 4th place finish, he jumped all the way from 7th to 1st, ahead of Preetam Daby, who finished runner-up with 35 points. It is worth noting that these two trainers saddled the winners of the two feature races respectively.

The stars on show – the Fegentri Lady Riders and the professional jockeys on the podium (Pic – Mauritius Turf Club)

Imperial Dancer’s win in the final race meant that Simon Jones finished on the podium with 26 points, 2 ahead of Ramapatee Gujadhur, who was awarded the Trophée Sir Robert & Lady Maria Farquhar for 2017, largely to winning all four classic races.

Final Jockeys’ standings

  1. Robbie Fradd (South Africa) – 39 points
  2. Elione Chaves (Brazil) – 38 points
  3. Maxime Guyon (France) – 33 points
  4. Craig Zackey (South Africa) – 32 points
  5. Matthew Chadwick (Hong Kong) – 18 points
  6. Hayley Turner O.B.E (England) – 18 points
  7. Pierre Charles Boudot (France) – 17 points
  8. Swapneel Rama (Mauritius) – 14 points
  9. Imran Chisty (India) – 10 points
  10. Jeff Lloyd (Australia) – 9 points
  11. Mickael Barzalona (France) – 4 points
  12. Luke Nolen (Australia) – 0 points

Final Trainers’ standings

  1. Ricky Maingard – 39 points
  2. Preetam Daby – 35 points
  3. Simon Jones – 26 points
  4. Ramapatee Gujadhur – 24 points
  5. Shirish Narang – 23 points
  6. Chitranjan Ramdin – 22 points
  7. Vincent Allet – 20 points
  8. Alain Perdrau – 18 points
  9. Gilbert Rousset – 17 points
  10. Rameshwar Gujadhur – 12 points
  11. Amar Sewdyal – 7 points
  12. Shyam Hurchund – 6 points
  13. Jean-Michel Henry – 4 points
  14. Patrick Merven – 3 points

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