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Meydan Trackwork Report – March 27

The final major question marks of the 2013 Dubai World Cup pre-race festivities came to a close at Meydan when the connections of 13 runners selected their post positions after an hour-long ceremonial draw. From a full room in the ...

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Meydan Trackwork Report – March 26

Tuesday’s trackwork at Meydan was held in significantly cooler conditions than Monday, which was humid early and actually saw some drizzle later in the day. We like to identify a single horse that makes the most striking impression each day, ...

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Finding the value in ante-post DWC markets

There should be no doubt we are hounds of value, rarely backing short priced horses and taking the risk looking for horses above fair value. Overall, it seems several of the ante-post markets are offering significant overlays to fair value, ...

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Meydan Trackwork Report – March 25

There should be no denying the most impressive mover of Monday’s trackwork session at Meydan – 2012 Japan Cup winner Gentildonna.  Making her first appearance out of quarantine, she came on the course with two countrymates, UAE Derby longshot Keiai ...

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Meydan Trackwork Report – March 24

Let the message not be confused, we don’t know what any of this actually means. Good?  Bad? Indifferent? Keen? Overworking? Impossible? If you are looking for some dramatic interpretation of body language and what it all means, you will not ...

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Meydan Trackwork report – Saturday

Saturday morning was the first day the American shippers were allowed out of quarantine and most made an appearance at Meydan. The international shippers are permitted on the main Meydan courses from 5:00 A.M. to 7:30 A.M., and then on ...

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Videos from Thursday’s trackwork in Dubai

Posted below are today’s videos from trackwork, courtesy of Simon Burgess from Thoroughmedia. Herman Brown will send a bevy of contenders postward. Caspar Fownes trained Lucky Nine in Hong Kong, and will get a shot on Tapeta. Paul Messara trains ...

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Videos from Wednesday’s trackwork at Meydan

Once again, Simon Burgess from Thoroughmedia brings us the best from trackside at Meydan. Chantal Sutherland looks ahead at being the first woman to ride the world’s richest race. Hayley Turner could have her say, though, being the first woman ...

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Royal Delta, Eishin Flash dazzle on Wednesday

The Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic winner, Royal Delta, looked phenomenal in Dubai on Wednesday. She has the same look she did before her big win at Churchill Downs in November, and was just striking today when on the Tapeta.  As ...

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Kinsale King out of Dubai Golden Shaheen

Kinsale King, winner of the 2010 Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1), will be scratched by trainer Carl O’Callaghan in his repeated bid.  “His legs are all blown up, he seems to have had an allergic reaction to something, maybe a [insect] ...

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