Canadian-owned and trained Shirl's Speight had a strong run while Ushba Tesoro upsets $12 million Dubai World Cup.
American star Country Grammer and jockey Frankie Dettori get stuck with post 14 in the Dubai World Cup, Shirl's Speight is in the Turf.
WinStar, Zedan Racing and Commonwealth Thoroughbreds' Tonalist colt defeated Hot Rod Charlie with a strong late rally.
Barbados-born horseman is in charge of preparing American colt Drain the Clock for the $2 million Golden Shaheen on March 26.
Godolphin's 4-year-old colt Mystic Guide wins but the showcase evening of racing was marred by the breakdown of Zenden.
Also on the Meydan card is the $5 million Classic on the turf and Ontario-bred Channel Maker heads that field from post 2.
$35 million card of racing cancelled due to COVID-19; dozens of US-based horses have been on track training for March 28 day of racing.
The Board of Directors of the Meydan Group have decided that the synthetic racing surface, installed for the opening of the racecourse in 2010, will be replaced with a traditional dirt track. The track will be ready for the opening of the 2014-15 racing season. Saeed H. Al Tayer, Chairman and CEO of the Meydan […]