The who’s who of the horse racing fraternity from across the globe will converge on Meydan as the biggest sporting event of the year, the $35m Dubai World Cup – making it the world’s richest race day – unfolds on Saturday.
The nine races, highlighted by the $12 million Dubai World Cup, have attracted some of the World’s best race horses to Dubai.
Thunder Snow makes his first appearance since a historic second G1 Dubai World Cup victory as he drops down to a mile for the Metropolitan Handicap on dirt at Belmont Park on Saturday.
The 2019 edition of the $ 1 million Dubai Kahayla Classic sponsored by Mubadala will go down as one of the most thrilling in the history of the Group 1 PA race.
Cross Counter successfully bridged the gap between Australia and the UAE with a brilliant victory for jockey William Buick over Isopolini – like the winner a 4-year-old owned by Godolphin and trained by Charlie Appleby – in the Dubai Gold Cup sponsored by Al Tayer Motors (G2), run over 3200m and with a purse of $1.5m.
Godolphin will look to end the Dubai World Cup Carnival on a high as this season’s seven-week programme at Meydan, UAE, reaches its climax on Saturday. The traditional dress rehearsal for Dubai World Cup Night has established itself as a
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, attended the Super Saturday at Meydan racecourse, which is the major prep for the Dubai World Cup.
Godolphin’s Mystic Guide has drawn gate six for Saturday’s $12 million contest, Dubai World Cup. The four-year-colt is one of Godolphin’s three runners from three different continents in Dubai World Cup meeting’s flagship race that has drawn
Dubai World Cup is an annual event that has placed the UAE on the map as it has become home to one of the world’s top racing challenges, drawing the attention of millions of enthusiasts around the globe.