With top world racehorses, fashion stakes and a post-race international concert in Meydan Grandstand, this year’s edition of Dubai World cup is expected to attract audiences from all around the world.
Nine dirt and turf races are featured on the race cards for Saturday, this year’s edition of the Dubai World Cup holds a total of $30.5 million in prize money. More than 100 horses will compete with thousands of spectators expected to arrive as last year’s edition was without an audience due to Covid-19.
The post-race concert features Brit Award winner Becky Hill who is well known for her hits with UK Number 1 Gecko (Overdrive) as well as Remember, alongside David Guetta, and Wish You Well, with British DJ Sigala, as well as Rudimental and local talent artist Ayesha.
The Dubai World Cup has become a major stop on Horse Times’ equestrian calendar, the unmissable racing world class event here in Dubai is a must-attend for horse lovers.