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Dubai World Cup 2018 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Results: Thunder Snow wins Dubai World Cup 2018

    Thunder Snow, the horse who refused to race in the Kentucky Derby, has made amends with his dominant win in the Dubai World Cup for Sheikh Mohammed and trainer Saeed bin Suroor. Ridden by Christophe Soumillon who was also aboard in the 2017 Kentucky Derby when Thunder Snow buck-jumped shortly… Read More »

     
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  • Dubai World Cup Field – 2018

    View the final field for the 2018 Dubai World Cup. The Dubai World Cup will be run on Sunday 1st April at Meydan racecourse. Time: 3:50am (AEST) Distance: 2000m Class: Group 1 Barrier Horse Owner Trainer Jockey 1 Awardee (USA) Koji Maeda M. Matsunaga Yutaka Take 2 North America (GB)… Read More »

     
  • Dubai not Sydney for Godolphin stayer

    Sydney Cup entrant Rare Rhythm will stay in Dubai rather than travel to Australia after an impressive win in the Group Three Nad Al Ehsba Trophy at Meydan. Godolphin trainer Charlie Appleby, who won last year’s Sydney Cup with English visitor Polarisation, said the Group Two Gold Cup (3200m) on… Read More »

     
  • Dubai carnival chance for Aussie gallopers

    Early Melbourne form will determine whether trainer Mick Kent will be a participant at the Dubai World Cup Carnival. Kent is one of three Australian trainers to have horses accepted to run at the carnival which begins on January 11 and runs until Dubai World Cup night on March 31…. Read More »

     
  • No excuses for Arrogate’s flop

    Trainer Bob Baffert has found no reason for Arrogate’s flop in the San Diego Handicap and says the world’s highest-rated horse will press on to the Group One Pacific Classic. The Dubai World Cup winner was the 1-20 favourite in Sunday’s Group Two race but never looked comfortable and trailed… Read More »

     
  • Dubai World Cup replay and results – 2017

    View the full race replay and results for the 2017 Dubai World Cup raced at Meydan racecourse on 26/3/2017. Replay: #Arrogate squeezed back to last at the start & still wins the #dubaiworldcup @DRC_Meydan for @JuddmonteFarms!https://t.co/vCZgVVRYIS pic.twitter.com/jHTX4F8X6s — XBTV (@WatchXBTV) March 25, 2017 2017 Dubai World Cup Offical Results 1st:… Read More »

     
  • Results: Arrogate wins the 2017 Dubai World Cup

    Arrogate has proved his class and courage to win the Dubai World Cup and become the world’s most financially successful racehorse. The Bob Baffert-trained four-year-old was sent off at Meydan at the long odds-on favourite after wins in the Breeders’ Cup Classic and Pegasus World Cup Invitational, but appeared to… Read More »

     
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  • Arrogate to start from gate 9 in Dubai World Cup

    Favourite Arrogate will start from barrier nine of 14 in the Dubai World Cup at Meydan. The Bob Baffert-trained four -year-old was the highest-rated horse in the world last year and is equal with Australian champion Winx in 2017. Winx was the the 2016 world’s best on turf. Arrogate is… Read More »

     
  • The world’s richest thoroughbred races

    WHERE THE EVEREST RANKS IN WORLD RACING PRIZE MONEY PEGASUS WORLD CUP – $US12m ($AU15.87m). 1800m, dirt, Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach, Florida, USA. Twelve $US1 million slots available for the race. The world’s highest rated horse on dirt Arrogate won the inaugural staging of Pegasus World Cup on Sunday AEDT…. Read More »

     
  • Dubai possibility for Lindsay Park pair

    Lindsay Park sprinter Faatinah begins a campaign at Caulfield that could eventually lead him to a race at the Dubai World Cup meeting. Faatinah and stablemate Almoonqith have been nominated for support races on World Cup night but co-trainer David Hayes said the pair would need to be in top… Read More »

     
  • Dubai on the cards for Awesome Rock

    A trip to the Dubai World Cup meeting is in the pipeline for Emirates Stakes winner Awesome Rock. The Leon and Troy Corstens-trained five-year-old returned to work on Monday following a three-week spell after his Group One 2000m win on the final day of the Melbourne Cup carnival. Troy Corstens… Read More »

     
  • Tassie racing boss to take over in Qld

    Tasmania Racing boss Eliot Forbes has been appointed the new CEO of Racing Queensland. The equine veterinarian surgeon, who has headed Adsorption for about four years, will be in charge of all three racing codes and takes over at a time when greyhound racing is under scrutiny because of animal… Read More »

     
  • Eliot Forbes new RQ chief executive

    Racing Queensland has a new chief executive more than a year after Darren Condon was sacked from the role in the wake of the greyhound live-baiting scandal. Veterinarian Dr Eliot Forbes, currently the chief executive of Tasracing, will return to his home state to take up the on August 22…. Read More »

     
  • Animal Kingdom to be rested this season

    Kentucky Derby and World Cup winner Animal Kingdom will miss this year’s southern hemisphere breeding season. The stallion will stay at Darley’s Jonabell Farm in Kentucky but Arrowfield Stud says he will return for his fourth Australian season in 2017. Darley and Arrowfield are the major shareholders in the eight-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Winx remains top of world horse rankings

    Winx remains on top of the World’s Best Racehorse rankings after her Doncaster Mile win. The latest rankings, which include performances up until last Sunday, have Winx sharing top billing with Dubai World Cup winner California Chrome. Japanese star Maurice is one of four horses next in the rankings following… Read More »

     
  • Solow out of Queen Anne Stakes defence

    French star Solow has been ruled out of a defence of his Queen Anne Stakes title at Royal Ascot. The winner of five Group One races last season, Solow has not recovered from an injury to a hind leg which kept him out of the Dubai World Cup meeting in… Read More »

     
  • Winx the undoubted star of the autumn

    While the Sydney autumn carnival was the stepping stone to greatness for Winx, her trainer Chris Waller admits to a couple of disappointments. Waller was the leading trainer with four Group One wins, three courtesy of the Cox Plate winner. Her Doncaster Mile victory impressed the international handicappers enough for… Read More »

     
  • California Chrome wins $10m Dubai Cup

    California Chrome, ridden by Victor Espinoza, sprinted to victory in the $10-million Dubai World Cup on Saturday, beating Mubtaahij in the world’s richest horse race. Trained by American Art Sherman, the $1.90 joint favourite won the 2,000-metre race by 3.75 lengths, despite Espinoza having to battle with a slipping saddle… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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