Action from last year's Shaikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cup Crown Jewel-IPIC (Group 1) race.
Abu Dhabi - Kalino, the winner of the inaugural edition in 2015, will be back to defend his win
The second running of the Shaikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival's Euros 1.2 million Shaikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cup Crown Jewel-IPIC (Group 1) - the richest race in the world for Purebred Arabian horses on November 13, 2016 - has once again attracted the top Purebred Arabians currently racing.
Kalino, the winner of the inaugural edition in 2015, will be back to defend his win and so will be the second and third placed Sahabba and Thakif respectively.
Apart from the 1-2-3 finishers of last year's race, strong contender Al Mourtajez, the 2016 Shaikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cup US Triple Crown winner Paddys Day and AF Mathmoon - the 2016 Dubai Kahayla Classic winner are also in the fray.
The 1,600-metre contest to be run as part of the Shaikh Mansour Festival's 'One World, 6 Continents' extravaganza, also features some top Purebred Arabians that include Sylvine Al Maury, Sand Victor, Thess Is Awesome, Loraa, Bigg N Rich, Abhaar, RB Burn, Faucon Du Loup, Mabrooka and AF Tawaq.
The reserve horses are Djet Taouy (for Oman) and RB So Rich, Uptown Danny's Boy and Al Bastoon for any of the others.
The list of lady riders for the Shaikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies World Championship (IFAHR) final includes defending champion Astrid Wullschleger of Switzerland.
Austria's Manuela Slamanig, Belgium's Anna van den Troost and Sara Vermeersch, Ingrid Grard of France, Germany's Monique Luebcke, Ireland's Nora Looby, Cindy Klinkenberg from The Netherlands, Norway's Silja Storen, Poland's Joanna Wyrzyk, Great Britain's Alice Mills and Catherine Walton and Sweden's Yasmine Nilsson - are all winners of various legs of the 2016 Shaikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies World Championship races.
Apart from the above 13 winners of 2016, Japan's Nanako Fujita, Morocco's Bouchra Marmoul and Sweden's Malin Holmberg complete the 16-strong line-up for the final.
In the Shaikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Apprentice World Championship series qualifiers held in 2016, the following six Apprentice jockeys won and qualified: South Korean Jeong Jeonghee in Rome, Italy;
Italian Apprentice jockey Daniel Scipioni won in Copenhagen, Denmark; Bahrain's Ali Al Shuwaikh won in Warsaw, Poland, Belgium's Emilie Goudman won in Kazan in Tatarstan, Puerto Rican Evin Roman won in Lingfield Park in the United Kingdom and Kersley Ramsamy from Mauritius won the final leg in Tarbes, France.
Apart from the above six the remaining ten Apprentice jockeys who will feature in the November 13 final are: Australia's Dylan Dunn, Brazil's Dailey Milan, Christakis Panteli of Cyprus, Lauro Grosso of France, Germany's Esther Weissmeier, Great Britain's Rowan Scott, Jordan's Milly Naseb, Oman's Yahya Al Hamdani, South Africa's Lyle Hewitson and American Corey Mongan.