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The 2022-23 ground racing season will begin on Friday, November 4, 2022. It will be the first of 21 matches at the UAE Premier Racetrack.
Action at the Maidan Racecourse will conclude on Saturday, March 25 at the 23 30.5 million 2023 edition of the Dubai World Cup.
The 20th edition of the Dubai World Cup Carnival, which brings together horses, trainers and jockeys from around the world, begins on Friday, January 6th.
An extended carnival program, with a total prize money of more than $ 7.5 million, will be held at Maidan Racecourse from January to March, ending on March 4, the official dress rehearsal for the ‘Super Saturday’ – the Dubai World Cup.
Founded in 2004, the carnival will feature several new races, including the $ 150,000 Thunder Snow Challenge, covering more than 2,000 meters of dirt. Another addition is the $ 150,000 Ipi Tombe Stakes, Phyllis and Meres for the 1,400m turf, which honors horses of Zimbabwean descent who won the Dubai Duty Free Tournament in 2003.
In total, there are 21 group races for throwbrows. The purebred Arabs also have their share with a new race, the UAE Arabian Sprint Championship. The rest of the Arabian race has group status, including three group 1 legs in the Maktum Challenge series.
The 2023 Carnival will provide opportunities for people with disabilities, including 20 people with disabilities, divided into dirt and turf, complementing the pattern race and each with a minimum value of $ 75,000. Meanwhile, the three-year-old Jumeirah Turf Series is back for the second season. Last year’s Jumeirah Derby winner, Nations Pride, went on to run in the G1 Cashew Derby at Epsom in June.
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