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The deadline for free nominations for the historic 25th. Dubai World Cup was extended to January. 20, 2021.

The Dubai Racing Club has announced that the Dubai World Cup wallet remains at $ 12 million and the deadline for free nominations for the historic 25th. Dubai World Cup was extended to January. 20, 2021.

The only race day takes place every year on the last Saturday in March and features an impressive six G1 and three G2 races, which reflect the elite competition standard and are held at the legendary Meydan Racecourse. Last year a total of 1. 774 nominations accepted from 902 horses trained in 21 countries.

The on 27. Prize money planned for March 2021 for the flagship G1 World Cup race in Dubai sponsored by Emirates Airline is 12 million US dollars. It has been fielded over 2000m since 1996 and won by horses trained in France, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, Great Britain and the USA.

The wallets for the remaining eight races are slightly reduced compared to the previous run. Given the challenging events over the past few months due to COVID-19, Dubai Racing Club has made every effort to ensure the return of the race in a safe and secure environment.

A positive addition is the decision to change the wallet structure so that payment can be made by the 8th. Place in all races of the night is possible.

The first additional stage for all races on Dubai World Cup day ends on Wednesday, February. 10 if connections can nominate their horse for 0. 1% of the prize money of the selected breed.

The second additional level is on Monday the 8th. March when horses can be added for 1% of the prize money. The third and last additional stage will take place on Sunday the 21st. March, when horses can be included in the race for 10% of the prize money. The entry / declaration takes place on Monday, March 22nd. March.

Previously, the Dubai Racing Club had published the list of horses admitted to the Carnival of the Dubai World Cup 2021 with seven meetings, which took place on six consecutive Thursdays (21. January to 21. February) takes place. 25) before the climax with Super Saturday (March. 6), the official dress rehearsal for the historic 25. Dubai World Cup Card run (March). 27). (Dubai World Cup 2020 was postponed this year due to COVID-19).

The list contains 158 accepted horses that have been conditioned by a total of 63 trainers from 12 countries. In 2020, horses from Great Britain, Ireland, Oman, Sweden, the United Arab Emirates, the USA, South Africa, Bahrain, Denmark, Korea, Japan, Spain, France and Norway could either win or cross the finish line at the DWC Carnival. A wide variety of international participation is expected in 2021, based on the horses that have been allowed to run.

A total of 42 thoroughbred races and 3 thoroughbred Arab group affairs are on the program. A multitude of international stars are likely to travel to Dubai to compete. Top names include the G1 winners – Oxted trained by Roger Teal (G1 Darley July Cup Stakes winner, 2020) and David O’Meara’s trainee Lord Glitters (G1 Queen Anne Stakes at Ascot winner, 2019, 3rd. in the G1 Dubai Turf behind) Almond Eye in Meydan, 2019).

Simsir von Fawzi-Nass (Bahrain International Trophy winner, 2020) tops the list of returning DWCC stars, along with Prince Of Arran (three times in the Melbourne Cup, 2018-19-20), Certain Lad (G3 Sky Bet And Symphony) Group Strensall Stakes Winner, York, 2020, Jan.. in the Bahrain International Trophy), Equilateral (Group 1 in King’s Stand Stakes in Ascot, 2020), Doug Watson’s – Midnight Sands (2 wins in DWCC 2020, back under Watson’s guidance after a stint in America) and Suzanne Berneklint’s Plata O Plomo.

Others to watch out for include Australian G3 winner Halvorsen and Berkshire Rocco, who finished 2nd earlier this year. Place in the G1 Pertemps St Leger Stakes. Dubai World Cup – Revised Prize Money:

The card with seven races, officially highlighted by the Dubai Creek Mile, a 1600 m long competition, was impressively won by Thegreatcollection, which under Pat Cosgrave angered an excellent field with the G1 winner Capezzano and the G3 winners Secret Ambition and Salute The Soldier.

The 18-year-old, who wore a hijab under her helmet, made a fairytale debut, leading Haverland to victory in the Magnolia Cup just three months after first sitting on a racehorse. « There are no words to describe it. I can’t believe it, to be fair, « she told RacingTV after being named the charity event winner after a long photo finish.

Since horses are herbivores and have a completely different digestive tract than we do, they need a special diet that is more fiber and water.

The increase over the previous removal of 1. 600m is in line with instructions from Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Presidential Affairs who is also Chairman of the Emirates Racing Authority (ERA). .

Sheikh Mansoor Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council (DSC), welcomed the participants to the Dubai International Sports Conference, a global initiative by Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, which takes place under the theme « Football at the Top ». on dec. . 27 at the Armani Hotel in the Burj Khalifa.

Everton moved up to second with a 1-0 win at Sheffield United, two points behind leaders Liverpool, while Manchester City climbed to fifth after beating Newcastle 2-0.

Martin G Pedersen, Chairman of the International Free Zone Authority, official sponsor of the Al Habtoor Polo Resort and the club’s 2020-2021 polo season, recognized the teams of the day and Juanji Alberdi as the most valuable player.

The Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) organized the half marathon. The race was carried out with the support of Amina Hospitals and in collaboration with Al Qudra Sports Management together with the support of the Al Zorah Development Company and the Ajman Police.

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World news – AU – Dubai World Cup wallet at 12 million US dollars


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