Dubai Majesty

2010 Eclipse Awards: Dubai Majesty

Barbara D. Livingston

Like fine wine, Dubai Majesty is improving with age, and her progress has been steady.

Dubai Majesty, bred in Florida by Harold J. Plumley, raced three times in 2007 as a 2-year-old and won once, a victory in a $50,000 maiden claiming race.

Dubai Majesty reaffirms affinity for Churchill in Filly and Mare Sprint

Barbara D. Livingston
Jamie Theriot guides Dubai Majesty to a victory in the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – In the days before the Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes, it appeared unlikely Dubai Majesty would wind up being supplemented for a $90,000 fee to the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint at Churchill Downs.

Calhoun stable continues its ascent

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Dubai Majesty, Miguel Mena up, wins the Incredible Revenge Stakes.

Trainer Bret Calhoun has never had a better year at the races with 30 stakes wins so far, and now, the most important races for the barn are on the immediate horizon. Dubai Majesty and Chamberlain Bridge were pre-entered in separate Breeders’ Cup races on Monday, while 2-year-olds Gran Lioness and Su Casa G Casa are candidates for upcoming graded stakes at Churchill and Delta Downs.

At least four from TCA Stakes likely to move on to Filly and Mare Sprint

The final prep race did little to thin out what is shaping up as a large and terrific field for the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint, as all of the top contenders from the Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes last weekend at Keeneland are moving forward to the seven-furlong race on Nov. 5.

Dubai Majesty gets up to win Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes

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Dubai Majesty (right) wins Saturday's TCA Stakes under jockey Jamie Theriot.

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Dubai Majesty ran down an improbable longshot to post the richest victory in her rags-to-riches career Saturday in the 30th running of the Grade 2, $200,000 Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes at Keeneland.

Dubai Majesty up at wire in Incredible Revenge

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Dubai Majesty outfinishes West Ocean to win the Incredible Revenge Stakes at Monmouth Park.

OCEANPORT, N.J. - Dubai Majesty rallied widest and fastest of all to take the $93,000 Incredible Revenge Stakes for filly and mare turf sprinters Sunday at Monmouth Park.

Switching to grass following a third in the Grade 1 Princess Rooney at Calder, Dubai Majesty was the trailer for most of 5 1/2-furlong dash. Miguel Mena swung the 5-year-old to the far outside turning for home, and Dubai Majesty took off. She got up in the final strides to edge West Ocean, the 1-2 favorite, by a neck.

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