News About Dubai World Cup
The OTI Racing-owned Mackinnon Stakes winning French raider Gailo Chop sets off overseas on Monday with the Australian contingent heading to Sha Tin Racecourse for a shot at the Hong Kong Cup 2015 on December 13.
Expected to accept solely into the final field for Saturday’s Group 1 Sydney Cup (3200m), travelling foreman Robin Trevor-Jones has revealed the current track conditions at Randwick have led to trainer Ed Dunlop’s team also keeping alive the prospect of a 2015 Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) berth.
There is no Australian-trained runners in the 2013 Hong Kong Vase final field but there will still be plenty of local interest in the Group 1 event that will be run at Sha Tin on Sunday; with Red Cadeaux, Mount Athos, Simenon, Dandino and Dunadenall set to contest the prestigious race.
Cox Plate winner Ocean Park is thriving in Dubai ahead of the US$5 million Dubai Duty Free (1800m) which will take place as part of the Dubai World Cup night program this weekend.
Trainer Gary Hennessy said the star entire has settled in well ...
Jake Stephens’ gallant old Aussie galloper Alcopop has enjoyed another late career highlight catching the eye at Sha Tin on Sunday when finishing a brave third behind California Memory in a star-studded Hong Kong Cup 2012.
The Normanville-based Jeune eight-year-old, beaten favourite for the 2009 Melbourne Cup when sixth ...
With the failures of both Helmet and Sepoy in their international debuts on Dubai World Cup Night over the weekend, the Aussie contingent did come good in one event with classy mare Ortensia earning a 2012 Royal Ascot bid with her smart Al Quoz Sprint win.
The richest horse race in the world is taking place in Dubai tonight with the 2012 Dubai World Cup.
A creation of Ruler of Dubai Shiekh Mohammed, the Dubai World Cup is run over 2000 metres and has $10 million in prize money up for grabs.
The current favourite ...
Race-favourite So You Think has been heavily backed to take out this weekend’s 2012 Dubai World Cup which will be run over 2000 metres.
The two-time Cox Plate champion was paying $4.00 (bookmaker.com.au) earlier in the week to win the $10 million event but some big bets have seen him move into $3.30.
Already favourite to win the 2012 Dubai World Cup, champion horse So You Think’s chances improved even more when receiving a favourable barrier four draw for the this weekend’s Group 1 event.
The two-time Cox Plate champion is the $4.00 bookmaker.com.au favourite to take top honours in the $10 million race which has attracted a high class field of horses ...
Super star five-year-old So You Think will start as favourite in the 2012 Dubai World Cup which stands as the world’s richest horse race.
With $10 million in prize money up for grabs, a who’s who of talented horses from around the globe have touched down in Dubai for the event.