As the Dubai World Cup Carnival gets under way on Thursday a pair of Listed turf affairs, the Meydan Challenge over 1400m and Dubai Racing Club Classic over 2410m, have attracted
The 2020 Dubai World Cup (DWC) Carnival commences on Thursday with a flourish of top-class horses from around the globe. A total of $960,000 in prize money will be up for grabs and DWC
Following temporary suspension of races at the iconic Jebel Ali Racecourse over the ‘kickback issue’, the management is doing what it takes to restore the racecourse’s three-decades-old
The most dominant 3-year-old of the 2019 Dubai World Cup Carnival, Godolphin’s Divine Image, has returned to trainer Charlie Appleby’s UAE base of operations and is settling nicely, per her conditioner.
‘We are delighted to sponsor the Dubai World Cup for the third consecutive year, in line with our pillar partnership with Meydan," says Farhad Azizi.
Charlie Appleby-trained Magic Lilly was steered to victory by jockey James Doyle at the $250,000 1600m Cape Verdi Stakes by a short head in 1:34.84 minutes at Meydan
The Group 2 $250,000 Cape Verdi features some intriguing faces, but none arguably as much as Charlie Appleby-trained Magic Lily, whose blood is as blue as the Godolphin
Racing at Meydan on Saturday, a six-race card sponsored by Al Tayer Motors, features four handicaps all to be contested by horses on the cusp of qualification for the 2020
Two of the higher-profile horses to come over for the Dubai World Cup Carnival have arrived safely and soundly, according to their new conditioner, Doug Watson.