Will any South African horses feature among the nominations for the $12.74 million programme 2020 Dubai World Cup Carnival which close on 11 November?
The international showcase opens on 2 January and runs for ten weeks, including nine consecutive Thursdays through 27 February.
The final night will be Super Saturday, 7 March 2020, a seven-race, $2.7 million dress rehearsal meeting for the world’s richest race day, the $35 million Dubai World Cup meeting on 28 March 2020.
Among its 61 Thoroughbred fixtures, the DWC Carnival will host two Gr1’s, 10 Gr2’s, 10 Gr3’s and 10 Listed races along with four Purebred Arabian pattern races made up of three Gr1’s and one Gr2.
Handicaps are open to horses rated 90 and upward, with purses ranging from $135,000-$175,000, while 11 route and sprint conditioned affairs for sophomores on both dirt and turf—featuring two Gr3’s and three Listed fixtures—lead to the $2.5 million Gr2 UAE Derby on Dubai World Cup night.
The 2019 DWC Carnival saw horses from Australia, Denmark, France, Ireland, South Korea, Sweden, Turkey, UK and USA ship in to win or place in its races.
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