No spectators at Dubai World Cup
The organisers, however, will welcome limited horse connections, racing officials, accredited media
The 2021 edition of the Dubai World Cup will be staged behind closed doors, the Dubai Racing Club said on their official website on Friday.
The organisers, however, will welcome limited horse connections, racing officials, accredited media and sponsors at the world’s most spectacular race day at Meydan Racecourse on March 27.
The organisers have also announced the Dubai World Cup will be staged with strict health protocols in place to ensure the safety of everyone involved.
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