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Horse Racing

Long John eyes glory
Long John eyes glory
Godolphin trainer Appleby confident about beating Boldini
Spotlight on Soft Falling Rain
Spotlight on Soft Falling Rain
At last, it has been decided to send the talented South African colt Soft Falling Rain to defend his $1m Godolphin Mile Gr-2 title in a mission which seems to be very difficult if not impossible.
Majid Al Jahouri eyes history with Classic triumph
Majid Al Jahouri eyes history with Classic triumph
Al Jahouri has already claimed all the seven Group-1 Purebred Arabians races of the current season.
Prince Bishop carries hopes of the home team
Prince Bishop carries hopes of the home team
Japan Cup (dirt) hero, Bellshazzar locks horns against Military Attack, winner of the Hong Kong God Cup and the Hong Kong Cup champion Akeed Mofeed.
Military Attack in good form
Military Attack in good form
Brazilian jockey Joao Moreira has strongly refuted speculation he is about to be recruited into the Godolphin yard here as one of the main riders in the stable.
Barzalona sees Ahtoug and Long John as his best chances
Barzalona sees Ahtoug and Long John as his best chances
Mickael Barzalona sees Ahtoug and Long John as his best chances of riding a winner for Godolphin in the 19th running of the Dubai World Cup here on Saturday night.
Saeed bin Suroor targets Excellent Result
Saeed bin Suroor targets Excellent Result
Four-year-old colt eyes heady hat-trick on the biggest night in horse racing
Douglas Whyte gets lucky with the draw
Douglas Whyte gets lucky with the draw
Douglas Whyte concedes he can have “no excuses” if he doesn’t deliver a Dubai World Cup triumph aboard Akeed Mofeed having been given a plum draw in stall number four.
Balmont Mast needs to wake up a bit: Edward Lynam
Balmont Mast needs to wake up a bit: Edward Lynam
Edward Lynam fears Balmont Mast has become too accustomed to the luxury lifestyle in the emirate and will need to be shaken out of his summer-holiday slumber to perform in the Dubai Golden Shaheen.
Appleby braced for the big night
Appleby braced for the big night
Appleby took over as a frontline trainer alongside Saeed bin Suroor from Mahmood Al Zarooni, who was banned for eight years in April 2013 for administering banned anabolic steroids to 22 racehorses at Moulton Paddocks in Newmarket.
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