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Three races in the 2018 Dubai World Cup Carnival programme have been upgraded for 2018, adding to an already exceptional international racing calendar at...
Trainer John Gosden and jockey William Buick teamed up to superb effect in the Longines Dubai Sheema Classic as Godolphin’s Jack Hobbs stormed back to his brilliant best.
The Aidan O’Brien trained Highland Reel and Seventh Heaven will be among the last batch of horses to arrive for the world’s richest raceday in Dubai.
The 2017 Dubai World Cup Carnival which got underway last week, with many horses flying into the Emirate from around the globe, has large prize money which makes it a huge attraction for any owner or trainer.
Irish riders Pat Cosgrave and Tadhg O’Shea have maintained their excellent form in the United Arab Emirates with both enjoying wins of the past number of days at Meydan and Abu Dhabi respectably.
Ireland will be doubly represented amidst an International field in the Listed Dubawi Stakes at Meydan Racecourse on Thursday.
Irish jockey Tadhg O’Shea rode local hero Le Bernadin into the history books as he became the first horse to score a second victory in the Group 2 Al Maktoum Challenge Round 1 on Thursday as the star-studded 2017 Dubai World Cup Carnival got underway at Meydan Racecourse, UAE.
Irish jockeys Pat Dobbs, Colm O’Donoghue and Dane O’Neill finished 2016 on a high note by winning 6 of the races at the final meeting of the year at Medyan Racecourse, UAE.
The Dubai Racing Carnival gets underway towards the end of January and continues for 11 weeks with a different Meeting each week. Japanese superstar Orfevre will not be making the trip to Meydan.