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Al Quoz Sprint 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Champion sprinter Blue Point retired to stud

    Champion sprinter Blue Point will not race again with Godolphin confirming he will be retired to stud after his wins in the two Group One sprints at Royal Ascot. Blue Point became the first European-trained horse to win the King’s Stand Stakes and back up four days later to claim… Read More »

     
  • Viddora best of the Aussies in Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai

    Viddora has fared best of three Australian horses in the Group One Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai when fourth behind Godolphin’s Blue Point. The Charlie Appleby-trained Blue Point had to be withdrawn at the start before the 1200m-race last year, but set the record straight with what was ultimately an… Read More »

     
  • Superstar beats our sprinters in Al Quoz Sprint

    The tremendous Australian sprinting mare Viddora ran her heart out but in the end, we saw a global sprinting superstar emerge in Dubai last night. In the 1200m Gr 1 Al Quoz Sprint, the Blue Army’s Blue Point (Shamardal-Scarlett Rose) ran 1.8.62 on turf to claim the big race at… Read More »

     
  • Al Quoz Sprint results and replay – 2019

    View the results and replay for the 2019 Al Quoz Sprint. The Al Quoz Sprint was raced at Meydan racecourse on 31/03/2019. Replay:  Top class! Blue Point wins the Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint #DubaiWorldCup #DWC19 pic.twitter.com/M811GFQklK — At The Races (@AtTheRaces) March 30, 2019 Results Runner Tote 1st 8…. Read More »

     
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  • Al Quoz Sprint Field – 2019

    View the final field for the 2019 Al Quoz Sprint. The Al Quoz Sprint will be run on Sunday 31st March at Meydan racecourse in Dubai. Time: 12:30am (AEDT) Distance: 1200m Class: Group 1 Barrier: Horse/Owner/Trainer/Jockey: Weight/Age: Rating/Record: 1 STORMY LIBERAL (USA) Owner: Rockingham Ranch and David A Bernsen, LLC Trainer: P… Read More »

     
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  • Blue Point odds on to beat Aussies in Al Quoz Sprint

    Blue Point has been one of the more dominant sprinters in Meydan over the past year or so and is expected to confirm that with a win in the Al Quoz Sprint (1200m) this Saturday at Meydan. The Charlie Appleby trained sprinter has been dominant in the key lead ups… Read More »

     
  • Illustrious Lad set for Dubai tilt

    Victorian speedster Illustrious Lad has flown under the radar in preparation for Dubai’s Al Quoz Sprint at Meydan. The Peter Gelagotis-trained sprinter is making his second appearance at the Dubai World Cup meeting after finishing fifth in the Al Quoz Sprint won by Jungle Cat last year. Illustrious Lad, to… Read More »

     
  • Dubai and Royal Ascot for Brave Smash

    Group One winning sprinter Brave Smash has been confirmed for a trip to Dubai for the Al Quoz Sprint as well as a campaign at Royal Ascot during the middle of the year. Brave Smash showed connections enough to commit to an overseas campaign with a very gallant third in… Read More »

     
  • Viddora to fly the flag for Australia in Dubai

    Group One winning sprinter Viddora will fly the flag for Australia in the Al Quoz Sprint on World Cup night in Dubai. Trainer Lloyd Kennewell said the mare was set to travel provided she continues to please but he would have no qualms about abandoning the trip if the mare… Read More »

     
  • Dubai trip off for sprinter Osborne Bulls

    A trip to Dubai for the Al Quoz Sprint has been ruled out for Newmarket Handicap favourite Osborne Bulls. The James Cummings-trained, Godolphin-owned gelding was an eye-catching second in the Group One Lightning Stakes (1000m) at Flemington last Saturday. The performance propelled Osborne Bulls to outright favouritism for the Group… Read More »

     
  • Blue Point demolishes classy Australian sprinter

    King’s Stand Stakes winner Blue Point has scored a decisive win over Australian Faatinah at Meydan to cement his place in the Al Quoz Sprint on World Cup night and give trainer Charlie Appleby and jockey William Buick a treble at the meeting in Dubai. BLUE POINT annihilates the opposition… Read More »

     
  • Dubai plans for dual G1 winner Viddora

    An overseas trip is in the pipeline for dual Group One winner Viddora if she performs strongly in her return in the Oakleigh Plate. Viddora had a jump-out at Caulfield on Tuesday morning and trainer Lloyd Kennewell said the mare would have another hit-out before the Oakleigh Plate on her… Read More »

     
  • Overseas plans for G1 winner Viddora

    An overseas trip is in the pipeline for dual Group One winner Viddora if she performs strongly in her planned return in the Oakleigh Plate. Viddora had a jump-out at Caulfield on Tuesday morning and trainer Lloyd Kennewell said the mare would have another hit-out before the Oakleigh Plate on… Read More »

     
  • Strong Aussie nominations for Dubai World Cup meet

    Australia is well represented at the nomination stage for the world’s richest race meeting in Dubai. Eighteen horses, including nine Group One winners, have been entered across four Group One races and one at Group Two level. The biggest entry is 11 for the Al Quoz Sprint over the straight… Read More »

     
  • Australian sprinter Faatinah wins in Dubai

    Australian sprinter Faatinah has begun his latest stint in Dubai with victory over 1000 metres on the opening night of the Meydan carnival. The Lindsay Park-trained Sheikh Handam-owned Faatinah produced a powerful finish under Jim Crowley to go to the line 2-1/2 lengths in front of Hit The Bid on… Read More »

     
  • Illustrious Lad fifth in Dubai G1 sprint

    Illustrious Lad has finished best of the three Australians in the Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai, running fifth in the Group One race won by the Charlie Appleby-trained Jungle Cat. The Peter Gelagotis-trained six-year-old raced on the pace but eventually finished four lengths from the winner. Faatinah from the Lindsay… Read More »

     
  • Aussies fail to figure in Al Quoz Sprint

    Two horses represented Australia on the world stage last night at Meydan racecourse in Dubai both featuring in the $1US million Al Quoz Sprint although neither made it into the placings. Illustrious Lad for the Gelagotis team was the first passed the post out of the Australian pair finishing gallantly… Read More »

     
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