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Dubai World Cup 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Coronavirus puts Dubai World Cup meeting in doubt

    The United Arab Emirates has suspended all sporting events to prevent the spread of coronavirus, raising doubts about whether the Dubai World Cup will go ahead this month. Many professional and amateur sporting events across the country have already been cancelled because of the deadly virus. Dubai World Cup organisers… Read More »

     
  • US jockeys to avoid Dubai World Cup meeting

    Three prominent American jockeys will miss the upcoming Dubai World Cup in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Irad Ortiz jr, Luis Saez and Tyler Gaffalione will not travel to the United Arab Emirates for the world’s richest day of racing on March 28. Saez’s agent, Richie DePass, said the… Read More »

     
  • Australian G1 winner to run in Dubai World Cup

    Benbatl will represent Godolphon trainer Saeed bin Suroor as he bids for a record 10th victory in the Dubai World Cup. A Group One winner on turf in Australia, Dubai and Germany, the six-year-old made a successful switch to dirt at Meydan in the second round of the Al Maktoum… Read More »

     
  • Benbatl races into 2020 Dubai World Cup favouritism

    Godolphin’s globe-travelling multiple Group One winner Benbatl has made a sparkling debut on dirt at Meydan to open up some high profile options. The winner of the 2018 Caulfield Stakes and runner-up to Winx in the Cox Plate, Benbatl put himself in line for the Saudi Cup and Dubai World… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Benbatl’s emphatic win proves how good Winx was

    Overnight Godolphin’s superstar BENBATL just etched his name into the record books when he brilliantly and easily won the Gr 2 Al Maktoum Challenge on the dirt. Just watch the replay. Oh he is a star! Benbatl scoots home on dirt debut for @CSoumillon, Saeed bin Suroor and @godolphin… #DWCCarnival… Read More »

     
  • Thunder Snow wins second Dubai World Cup

    Godolphin’s Thunder Snow has become the first dual winner of the Dubai World Cup in a fighting finish to the Meydan showpiece. The five-year-old gave trainer Saeed bin Suroor a record eighth World Cup success last season, dominating proceedings from the front in the hands of Belgian superstar jockey Christophe… Read More »

     
  • Dubai World Cup results and replay – 2019

    View the results and replay for the 2019 Dubai World Cup. The Dubai World Cup was raced at Meydan racecourse on 31/03/2019. Replay:  What a race! Back-to-back wins for Thunder Snow in the $12 million #DubaiWorldCup! #DWC19 pic.twitter.com/f67ZoB00s0 — At The Races (@AtTheRaces) March 30, 2019   Results Runner Tote… Read More »

     
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  • Dubai World Cup Field – 2019

    View the final field for the 2019 Dubai World Cup. The Dubai World Cup will be run on Sunday 31st March at Meydan racecourse in Dubai. Time: 3:40am (AEDT) Distance: 2000m Class: Group 1 Barrier: Horse/Owner/Trainer/Jockey: Weight/Age: Rating/Record: 1 GUNNEVERA (USA) Owner: Salomon Del Valle Trainer: A Sano Jockey: Emisael Jaramillo Weight 57.0 Kgs… Read More »

     
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  • North America heads wide open Dubai World Cup

    It’s not a vintage edition of the Dubai World Cup (2000m) at Meydan on Saturday but it looks quite a competitive race on paper and that is reflected in the market. North America holds sway in betting at $4, ahead of Thunder Snow at $5, who is in half a… Read More »

     
  • Dubai World Cup night – What you need to know

    DUBAI WORLD CUP MEETING The world’s richest day of racing, the centrepiece of which is the Dubai World Cup a 2000m $US10 million run at Meydan, Dubai, UAE on March 30. The final race is the brainchild of the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashin Al Maktoum – the… Read More »

     
  • Wide barrier for Thunder Snow in Dubai World Cup

    Thunder Snow will have to overcome a wide barrier in his bid to become the first horse to win the Dubai World Cup at Meydan in Dubai more than once. The five-year-old gave Godolphin trainer Saeed bin Suroor a record eighth victory in the rich Dubai World Cup 12 months… 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 »

     
  • 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 »

     
 
 
 
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