Super Duper Saturday!

Thunder Snow dominates the market

With the notable exception of Dubai World Cup night this is as good as it gets at Meydan, with a mouth watering card full of top class racing including two Gr1’s.

In the Gr1 Al Maktoum Challenge on dirt the spotlight falls on THUNDER SNOW as he continues his build up to a bid for back-to-back successes in the World Cup at the end of the month.

Here’s the racecard

The Saeed Bin Suroor-trained 5yo will be having his first outing since finishing third to Accelerate in the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs.

Thunder Snow charges home to win the 2018 Dubai World Cup

He rightly dominates the market at a shade of odds against, but will probably not be at his peak suggesting there are better betting opportunities elsewhere.

The ‘Super Saturday’ extravaganza at Meydan – six Group races on a star-studded card as the cream of Godolphin’s firepower go on trial for the Dubai World Cup fixture.

Read Neil Morrice’s preview here

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