John Gosden-trained Mishriff (Ire) powered past fast US colt Charlatan to win the 2nd Saudi Cup (G1) in Riyadh.
The Feb. 20 Saudi Cup day of racing includes the Neom Turf Cup with Canadian-bred Channel Maker; card begins 8 a.m.
Eclipse award winner Channel Maker is on the other side of the world to compete in the $1 million Neon Turf.
Pegasus World Cup winner could meet up with California star Charlatan, co-owned by Toronto's John Fielding.
Maximum Security's owners Gary and Mary West have not received the winner's share for their colt's win, as trainer Jason Servis has been indicted.
Disqualified from the Kentucky Derby win, the brave colt gets vindication in world's richest race holding off brilliant mare 'Bisou.
Canadian jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson rides in the four-race Jockey Challenge in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Friday, Feb. 28; watch here for updates.
One of Canada's top riders competes in the Jockey Challenge on February 28th in Riyadh, where women's rights are slowly evolving.
The richest race in the world offers $20 million, set for 'leap day', Feb. 29; post time for first race on eight-race card is 8 a.m.
Big races on the undercard and turf course being laid down; Super-filly Midnight Bisou being pointed to the Cup by owners.