Dubai World Cup Carnival / Dubai World Cup Day SA trainers triumph in Dubai but Curlin steals the show

<div>ROBERT GARNER<br />
DUBAI &ndash; What a night! South African trainers Mike de Kock and Herman Brown carried off nearly half the $21 million prize money on offer at the Dubai World Cup meeting at Nad Al Sheba on Saturday and USA star Curlin stole the show with as awesome a display of horsepower in the $6-million topliner as you are ever likely to see.<br />
Photo: CURLIN wins the Dubai World Cup</div>

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Headline News Preview: Generous Colt looks a charitable bet

<p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt"><o:p>JACK MILNER<br />
THE further he goes the more Generous Colt appears to enjoy his racing. Paul Lafferty tried his runner over 3000m at Greyville for the first time last month and the Australian-bred five-year-old came close to pulling off a win.</o:p></p>

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Headline News Godolphin showcases its stars

<p>DUBAI – Godolphin&rsquo;s horses for Saturday&rsquo;s Dubai World Cup meeting plus those earmarked to campaign in Europe and the USA this year went on show at the traditional media morning at the stable&rsquo;s Al Quoz headquarters today.<br />
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Photo: Trainer Saeed bin Suroor at yesterday’s media morning.</p>

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