Dubai world Cup

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The Dubai World Cup is a Thoroughbred horse race held annually since 1996 at the Nad Al Sheba Racecourse in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The race is operated through the Emirates Horse Racing Authority (EHRA) whose Chairman is Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Presidential Affairs of United Arab Emirates.
The race was the creation of the Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who owns Darley Stud & Godolphin Racing, one of the world’s leading thoroughbred breeding and racing operations.
Part of the Dubai World Cup Night of races, it has a purse of USD 10 million since 2010, making it the world’s richest horse race.[1] It is a Group 1 flat race on Tapeta Footings sythetic surface for Northern Hemisphere Thoroughbred four-year-olds & up and for Southern Hemisphere Thoroughbred three-year-olds & up run over a distance of 2,000 metres (about 10 furlongs) in late March.

The Dubai World Cup is a Thoroughbred horse race held annually since 1996 at the Nad Al Sheba Racecourse in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The race is operated through the Emirates Horse Racing Authority (EHRA) whose Chairman is Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Presidential Affairs of United Arab Emirates.

The Dubai Racing Club announced on Thursday an extension of the programme to eight races for the meeting with the addition of the Group 3 Al Quoz Sprint, a 1200m turf race worth US$1,000,000.

The race was the creation of the Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who owns Darley Stud & Godolphin Racing, one of the world’s leading thoroughbred breeding and racing operations.

This has been announced to celebrate the 15th renewal of the Dubai World Cup and opening of the iconic Meydan Grandstand and Racecourse on March 27, 2010.

The Meydan Racecourse features a left-handed 2400m turf circuit outside of a 1750m All Weather track. A 1200m turf straight course adjoining the outside track makes it ideal for a straight grass sprint, which will increase opportunities for the best horses from around the world to compete and win on, Meydan said in a press release

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Part of the Dubai World Cup Night of races, it has a purse of USD 10 million since 2010, making it the world’s richest horse race.[1] It is a Group 1 flat race on Tapeta Footings sythetic surface for Northern Hemisphere Thoroughbred four-year-olds & up and for Southern Hemisphere Thoroughbred three-year-olds & up run over a distance of 2,000 metres (about 10 furlongs) in late March.

This has been announced to celebrate the 15th renewal of the Dubai World Cup and opening of the iconic Meydan Grandstand and Racecourse on March 27, 2010.

 

The Meydan Racecourse features a left-handed 2400m turf circuit outside of a 1750m All Weather track. A 1200m turf straight course adjoining the outside track makes it ideal for a straight grass sprint, which will increase opportunities for the best horses from around the world to compete and win on, Meydan said in a press release

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Known as the world cups of world cups, the city of Dubai has been the place for the yearly extravaganza of horse racing in the world – the Dubai World Cup. In the horse racing arena, the Dubai World Cup is a yearly ritual which was started back in the year 1996 – the venue being the Nad Al Sheba Racecourse in the United Arab Emirates. The tournament is a thoroughbred racing festival which is operated by the Emirates Horse Racing Authority. The race was conceived by the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is also the owner of the Darley Stud and Godolphin Racing -one of the most important and leading thoroughbred breeding grounds in the world along with its racing operations. The races held at the Dubai World Cup are the most lucrative cash prizes in the horse racing history.

The 2010 season was hosted at the newly build state of the art facility known as the Meydan Racecourse. The race is also famous for a number of other reasons as well. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid AL Maktoum, the founder and the Vice President of the United Arab Emirates has a dream to create all the thoroughbred breeds and race them at his own estate. The year 1996 was when his dream came true when 11 of the world’s top thoroughbreds galloped on the racecourse track of the Nad AL-Sheba – creating a world spectacle. Thus the Dubai World Cup epitomises the dream and the hard work of the all the horse breeders of the Arab world and their quest to gain the glory of the international horse racing industry. The Dubai World Cup is also a befitting trophy and reward to the Sheikh of Dubai who has tirelessly worked for the benefit of his dream and the horse racing industry of the United Arab Emirates.

 

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Online websites thus have gained a lot of importance due to the exclusive nature of the entire gambling and betting business in the United Arab Emirates. As millions of dollars worth of cash rewards is at stake, there are a higher number of investments being done over the internet because of the highly competitive nature of teams taking part in the Dubai World Cup. Due to the immense amount of hospitality that is showered over the guests that enter the emirates, more and more breeders have been thronging to the city of Dubai. From far away places such as South Africa to Latin America, every single horse racing enthusiast is willing to take the long journey and be part of this horse racing extravaganza that takes away every other horse racing event in its path.

The month of March is the biggest horse racing event in the world – the Dubai World Cup. All in all, the Dubai World Cup is the horse racing event that can’t be missed. Punters simply can’t afford to miss this race meet. You can now bet online on the Dubai World Cup. Relax at home or at the office and place your winning wagers – all online.

THE EVENT

 

Saturday, 27th March 2010

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upporting card of 6 races including the world’s two richest turf

races both worth Five Million US Dollars.

 

TELEVISION

 

Available to broadcast on a live or delayed basis.
A 4.5 hour programme incorporating all races.
Sunset+Vine will also produce a 45 minute programme featuring
the Dubai World Cup, with highlights of the six supporting races.

 

27 MARCH 2010

 

LIVE/RECORDED COVERAGE

 

1X 4HOUR 30MIN
1X 45MIN