Racing at Meydan on Friday, the final meeting of the UAE campaign, is highlighted by the inaugural Nad Al Sheba Classic sponsored by Longines V H P Colection, a 2000m rated conditions contest on turf, which has attracted the maximum allowed field of 16, including local debutant Gabr.
Jockey Christophe Soumillon sprinted to the finish line in a photo-finish to reclaim the Dubai World Cup crown for the second straight year.
Since taking out his license just eight years ago, trainer Charlie Hills has rapidly proven himself one of the world’s prominent young conditioners—especially with turf sprinters.
A mainstay in top-level turf races on multiple continents, ageless David O’Meara trainee Suedois has taken his show, once again, on the road and lands in Dubai for the Dubai World Cup Carnival.
Racing at Meydan on Saturday, a seven-race card with a first race time of 5:30 p.m., includes five handicaps to be contested by horses whose connections hope they can advertise
Racing at Meydan on Saturday, a seven-race card, featured six competitive handicaps, including five contested by horses with 2021 Dubai World Cup Carnival aspirations.
Super Saturday is finally upon us! Prize money of $2.7 million will be distributed among seven fixtures that are course and distance preps for the world’s richest day of racing,
Racing at Meydan on Thursday evening, was highlighted by the featured fourth race, the Longines Master Collection Handicap over 1600m. Said affair was won in absolutely dominant