Dubai World Cup 2024: Exciting Races and Top Contenders for the Aiden O’Brien Stable

Dubai World Cup 2024: Exciting Races and Top Contenders for the Aiden O’Brien Stable

The prestigious Dubai World Cup is back, and racing enthusiasts from around the globe are eagerly anticipating the thrilling showdown at Meydan Racecourse. With high stakes, top-class horses, and a dazzling atmosphere, this year’s event promises to be unforgettable.


Race declirations as follows

Race 3: Dubai Gold Cup Sponsored by Al Tayer Motors

Tower of London Aims for Glory

In the Dubai Gold Cup, a Group 2 race over 3200 meters on the turf, all eyes are on Tower of London (IRE). Trained by Galileo (IRE) and out of Dialafara (FR), this 4-year-old colt is ready to conquer the distance. Tower of London’s impressive form makes him a formidable contender for the USD 1,000,000 prize.

Race 5: UAE Derby

Henry Adams Seeks Victory on the Dirt

The UAE Derby, a Group 2 race over 1900 meters on the dirt, features Henry Adams (IRE). This 3-year-old colt, sired by No Nay Never (USA) and out of Jigsaw (IRE), aims to make his mark. With the USD 1,000,000 purse up for grabs, Henry Adams will face fierce competition from other talented 3-year-olds.

Navy Seal: A Rising Star

Keep an eye on Navy Seal (IRE), another 3-year-old colt in the UAE Derby. Sired by Dubawi (IRE) and out of Athena (IRE), Navy Seal has the pedigree and potential to surprise the field.

Race 7: Dubai Turf Sponsored by DP World

Cairo and Luxembourg Battle for Supremacy

The Dubai Turf, a Group 1 race over 1800 meters on the turf, showcases seasoned horses. Cairo (IRE), a 4-year-old colt by Quality Road (USA) and out of Cuff (IRE), aims to prove his class. Meanwhile, Luxembourg (IRE), a 5-year-old horse sired by Camelot (GB) and out of Attire (IRE), seeks to outshine the competition. The USD 5,000,000 prize awaits the victor.

Race 8: Longines Dubai Sheema Classic

Point Lonsdale and Auguste Rodin Clash

The Longines Dubai Sheema Classic, a Group 1 race over 2410 meters on the turf, promises an epic showdown. Point Lonsdale (IRE), a 5-year-old horse by Australia (GB) and out of Sweepstake (IRE), faces off against Auguste Rodin (IRE). The latter, a 4-year-old colt sired by Deep Impact (JPN) and out of Rhododendron (IRE), adds intrigue to this high-stakes battle. The winner will claim the USD 6,000,000 jackpot.




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