DUBLIN – No Irish jockey has won the Dubai World Cup but Johnny Murtagh is hoping to put that right by winning the world’s most valuable horse race on Asiatic Boy.
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Mike de Kock
DUBAI – At the 2008 Dubai World Cup meeting, trainer Mike de Kock arguably had the UAE Derby at his mercy with Honour Devil and Royal Vintage, while Herman Brown was considered to have a few small chances all round.
DUBAI – Asiatic Boy, who is bidding to go one better in the $6-million Dubai World Cup on Saturday after finishing second in the world’s richest race last year, on Wednesday drew at No 4 in the ballot for barrier positions.
Saeed Bin Suroor
DUBAI – Godolphin’s trainer Saeed bin Suroor and jockey Frankie Dettori respectively are to receive commemorative trophies for winning the trainer and jockeys’ titles at the 2009 Dubai International Racing Carnival. Godolphin was the leading owner.
Jay Peg: 2008 Duty Free
WITH every race on Dubai World Cup night barring the UAE Derby looking wide open, trainer Herman Brown believes all four of his contenders offer eachway value.
SOUTH African trainer Mike de Kock is holding thumbs his Dubai World Cup fairytale will continue this Saturday, when champions from some 10 countries will gather for battle at the richest race meeting on the planet.