… A strong yearling
colt class followed, with the Reserve All Nations’ Cup Champion taking
the win: Ali Moniscione (Psytadel x Alianna Moniscione).
With his chestnut
body, four white stockings and big white blaze, Ali Monsicione looks all
Crabbet in his colouring and he oozes type and has a wonderful, pretty
head. With a score of 90.7 points, he secured the win for his
owner/breeder Giancarlo Buzzi of Italy. In second place was ROE Lateef (Gazal
Al Shaqab x ZT Ludjbrosiaa), owned and bred by Mr TA Aggad of Round Oak
Arabians in the UK. With 90.1 points, this big bay showed himself well.
In third place was another British entry, Designed (Master Design x
Haniyyah), bred by Rod Jones from the UK and owned by Rolf Remy. This
chestnut colt looked really good and, like ROE Lateef, he went well.
Showing how the British-bred horses are holding their own at the moment,
Aja Justified (WH Justice x Aja Beneja) took fourth place, owned and
bred by Aja Arabians in the UK ...