International Racing

March 25, 2017
They call Joao Moreira “The Magic Man” at his home base in Hong Kong, and on Saturday night, Moreira made a Japanese mare named Vivlos appear out of thin air to win the $6 million Dubai Turf.
Trainer Chad Summers wants Mind Your Biscuits to prove he can run a route of ground at some point this year. But for all intents and purposes, he already has.
Thunder Snow was a very good horse racing on the European turf last year, and he is doing pretty well so far on dirt.
The Right Man, a 20-1 outsider, had the right trip in Saturday’s Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint on turf at Meydan Racecourse in Dubai.
The French stayer Vazirabad is very much at home in the Dubai desert. For the second consecutive year, Vazirabad won the Group 2 Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan Racecourse in Dubai on Saturday on the undercard of the $10 million Dubai World Cup.
March 24, 2017
Red Falx will have his 2017 debut in Sunday’s Grade 1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen at six furlongs on turf at Chukyo Racecourse in Japan. The $1.733 million Takamatsunomiya Kinen drew a full field of 18.
Sharp Azteca has traveled to Dubai from North America to start as the favorite in the Group 2, $1 million Godolphin Mile, and to win, he must find a way to beat a horse named North America.
March 23, 2017
The UAE Derby, which awards the winner 100 Kentucky Derby qualifying points, drew 16 entrants and appears wildly competitive – unless Thunder Snow is simply better than his many rivals. He might be.
The Dubai Golden Shaheen is not supposed to be a handicap, but it kind of worked out that way. The best horse in the race, Mind Your Biscuits, was saddled with post 14 for the dirt race over 1,200 meters, or about six furlongs.
After cross-country trips to win the Travers Stakes at Saratoga last summer and the Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream in January, Arrogate has traveled cross-world to start Saturday in the $10 million Dubai World Cup.