News About Dubai World Cup Carnival

2017 Al Quoz Sprint Considered for Malaguerra

2017 Al Quoz Sprint Considered for Malaguerra

Stable manager Manny Gelagotis has confirmed the Dubai World Cup Carnival’s Al Quoz Sprint 2017 could be on the cards this March for the team’s Group 1 winning sprinter Malaguerra. Speaking to Racenet this week, Gelagotis said organisers of the international Dubai World Cup Night had approached the stable in regards to nominating for Malaguerra…

Buffering Prepares for Dubai’s Al Quoz Sprint

Buffering Prepares for Dubai’s Al Quoz Sprint

Brisbane’s Robert Heathcote has confirmed stable star Buffering has undergone his required vaccinations ahead of the evergreen warhorse’s first international trip to Dubai targeting the 2016 Al Quoz Sprint. The eight-year-old son of Mossman entered a very exclusive thoroughbred racehorse club with his $1 million Magic Millions QTIS Open Plate (1300m) win last Saturday, his…

Dubai Over The Championships for Able Friend

Dubai Over The Championships for Able Friend

Hong Kong horseman John Moore has confirmed Dubai is the preferred option over a trip to Australia for Sydney’s The Championships this autumn for his Hong Kong Mile champion Able Friend. Race fans down under will have to wait until Monday or Tuesday next week before the Shamardal five-year-old is officially ruled out of an…

Moonee Valley Track Specialist Tawteen to Resume on Friday

Moonee Valley Track Specialist Tawteen to Resume on Friday

Three-year-old filly Tawteen has won two of her three starts on the Moonee Valley circuit and is set to resume on the track this Friday after accepting for the Jeep 55 Second Challenge Heat 10 (955m). The David Hayes & Tom Dabernig-trained filly will jump from barrier seven and carry 57.5kg in her bid for…

Shaf on Trial for Dubai at Moonee Valley

Shaf on Trial for Dubai at Moonee Valley

David Hayes & Tom Dabernig will confirm plans to head to overseas this Dubai World Cup Carnival with smart young colt Shaf if the up-and-comer can win the Moonee Valley opener on Saturday. A three-year-old son of Wanted the galloper lines up at the races for the ninth time this weekend accepted to run in…

2015 Seascay Handicap Winner Tashbeeh Heading to Dubai

2015 Seascay Handicap Winner Tashbeeh Heading to Dubai

Three-year-old colt Tashbeeh has finished in the first three in his past five consecutive starts, including a minor placing in the Listed TV Stakes (1800m) at Flemington Racecourse back in the spring on Crown Oaks Day. After winning the Seascay Handicap (1400m) at the same track on Saturday, the David Hayes & Tom Dabernig-trained colt…

Linton Set for 2013 Hong Kong Mile

Linton Set for 2013 Hong Kong Mile

The new chapter of Stradbroke Handicap winning grey Linton is set to begin after the veteran landed in Hong Kong this week ahead of their big mile assignment on the famous Longines Hong Kong International Race Day next month. Galileo seven-year-old Linton will no longer run down under, their eighth to Solzhenitsyn in the Group…

Beshara Favours 2013 Doncaster Mile Over Dubai for Happy Trails

Beshara Favours 2013 Doncaster Mile Over Dubai for Happy Trails

Adelaide trainer Paul Beshara has ruled out a trip to Dubai for stable star Happy Trails and will instead aim him towards a second tilt at the Group 1 2013 Doncaster Mile (1600m). After an excellent spring campaign that saw the popular gelding break through at Group 1 level in the Emirates Stakes, Beshara was…

Ocean Park 2013 Dubai World Cup Carnival Bound

Ocean Park 2013 Dubai World Cup Carnival Bound

Superstar four-year-old Ocean Park will be a notable absentee from next year’s Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival with their Matamata-based trainer Gary Hennessy confirming plans to head Dubai for the 2013 Dubai World Cup Carnival. The Thorn Park stallion is already one of the most valuable stud prospects currently getting around in Australasia after their four…

Sepoy Next Race – 2012 Golden Shaheen Odds & Preview

Sepoy Next Race – 2012 Golden Shaheen Odds & Preview

This Sunday morning Australian time two of Peter Snowden’s crack colts will make their international race debuts on Dubai World Cup Night, Helmet in the UAE Derby and four-time Group 1 hero Sepoy in the Golden Shaheen 2012. While Hemet is rated only a $12 chance at of beating home all of their UAE Derby…