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Hi

da ist mir vorhin bei den Rennen in Meydan doch was passiert :lol:

im 7.Rennen Longines Conquest Classic - Ausgleich

habe ich ausversehen Anaerobio mit Christophe Soumillon im Sattel, Trainer M. de Kock auf Sieg und Platz gewettet und dann gewinnt der :mrgreen:
hatte eigentlich die Nr,5 im Auge Complicate, der aber unter ferner liefen einkam
als ich mein Wettkonto sah ist es mir erst aufgefallen :)

im 6. Rennen Al Maktoum Challenge II. - Gruppe 2 war Empire Storm 2. :!:


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...und hier zum Weltklasserenntag DAS Weltklasseprogramm...

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S1-1 Dubai Gold Cup

Having won the last three renewals of the G2 3,200m Dubai Gold Cup courtesy of that top-class stayer VAZIRABAD, the French can again rule the roost in the big staying race of the night. This time there is no VARIZABAD, but Freddy Head’s versatile FRANKEL gelding CALL THE WIND holds outstanding claims. It was not until the second half of last season that the late-developing CALL THE WIND began to shine, winning his last three races. The last of those came in ParisLongchamp’s G1 4,000m Prix du Cadran, a race which was often the route VAZIRABAD took to Dubai glory. Head chose an unorthodox preparation this spring, running his gelding over 1,900m on polytrack at Chantilly, where CALL THE WIND showed a potent final furlong kick to be a fast-finishing second.

That race will have put him spot on, but he will need a career-best performance to topple the G1 Melbourne Cup winner CROSS COUNTER, who looks the pick of Godolphin’s four-strong battalion. Having been pipped by the smart OLD PERSIAN in the G2 Great Voltigeur Stakes over 2,371m at York, CROSS COUNTER improved for stepping up to 3,200m when giving the blue army their first success in Australia’s most famous race at Flemington last November.

PRINCE OF ARRAN, who ran the race of his life to finish third at Flemington, is a proven stayer and will lack nothing in fitness, having run well in the G2 Dubai City Of Gold over 2,410m earlier in the Carnival.

However, while stamina certainly won’t be a problem for CALL THE WIND, CROSS COUNTER or PRINCE OF ARRAN, several of their opponents are dipping their toes into unknown waters. They include Hong Kong challenger GOLD MOUNT, South African raider MARINARESCO, and the sole American representative PLATINUM WARRIOR.

GOLD MOUNT, who won over 2,400m at Royal Ascot as a 3YO, has made phenomenal progress in Hong Kong, first with Tony Cruz and then Richard Gibson. But since hitting the heights this time last year, when he ran two superb races against the brilliant PAKISTAN STAR, GOLD MOUNT’s form has tapered off, though Gibson reports that he has shown more of his old sparkle in the Dubai sunshine.

MARINARESCO, who was a G1 winner in his homeland, has improved in each of his three runs at the Carnival, not being disgraced in the G2 Zabeel Mile over 1,600m and then staying on in encouraging fashion to finish sixth in the G2 Dubai City Of Gold.

PLATINUM WARRIOR won over 2,000m when trained in Europe as a 3YO, boasting the distinction of beating subsequent G1 Irish Derby hero LATROBE at Curragh. And, while new trainer John Sadler is hopeful rather than confident that PLATINUM WARRIOR will stay the longer trip, the way he won a G2 at Santa Anita Park over 2,000m last month has encouraged him to throw his hat in the ring.

Of the other Godolphin runners, ISPOLINI could prove best. He comfortably beat RED GALILEO in the G3 2,810m Nad Al Sheba Trophy at the course last month having won a handicap over the same distance previously. The step up in trip looks to have made all the difference to him and he is likely to improve again.

TEAM TALK can hold his own in G3 company, however he has always struggled in this higher grade.

SELECTIONS: 2. CALL THE WIND, 9. CROSS COUNTER, 6. ISPOLINI, 5. PRINCE OF ARRAN & 10. GOLD MOUNT

S1-2 Al Quoz Sprint

Trainer Charlie Appleby won the 1,200m G1 Al Quoz Sprint 12 months ago with JUNGLE CAT and should double up with BLUE POINT this time around. The 5YO is likely to go off a very short price for the race having won each of his two starts in Group company at Meydan already this year following his switch from the Great Britain. A G1 winner at Royal Ascot in the 1,000m King's Stand Stakes in June 2018, BLUE POINT has since won easily in G2 and G3 contests over 1,000m and 1,200m respectively with a total eight lengths in hand. With the best form in the book, William Buick in the saddle and Appleby one of the carnival’s most successful trainers, he looks the one to beat.

Many trainers will be targeting the valuable place money on offer, with Richard Fahey’s SANDS OF MALI one of the most likely contenders. He caused a bit of a shock at Ascot last summer when landing the G1 British Champions Sprint Stakes over 1,200m at a big price ahead of the talented HARRY ANGEL. Prior to that he’d only managed to get his head in front at G2 and G3 level when landing 1,200m contests at Haydock and Chantilly respectively and there’s a worry he won’t replicate that G1 win on his first trip to Meydan.

EKHTIYAAR was beaten easily by BLUE POINT when last seen but Doug Watson has had his fair share of Meydan winners and may make the places if he can repeat that run.

American raider STORMY LIBERAL disappointed at Santa Anita Park in G3 company over 1,200m when beaten by CARIBOU CLUB. The former had previously won four on the bounce including a G1. STORMY LIBERAL only ever does the bare minimum, winning by a nose, nose, head and a neck and he will certainly need to find a bit more to feature here on his first trip to Meydan.

CARIBOU CLUB, although likely to be a bigger price in the market, has won a G2 and G3 in his previous two appearances and could go well again.

WISHFUL THINKER, one of Hong Kong’s most progressive talents, will face G1 company for the first time in his career as he lines up for trainer Richard Gibson and jockey Alexis Badel. He arrives having won four of his previous five appearances at both Happy Valley and Sha Tin over 1,000m and 1,200m. However, that defeat did come in a G3 over 1,200m at Sha Tin and he’s got it all to do.

BRAVE SMASH, trained in Australia by Kris Lees, looks the best of the rest but will need one or two of the main protagonists to slip up to run into a place. He’s yet to win this season but finished a very nice third of 22, beaten less than a length, in a G1 over 1,200m last time out at a big price.

Fellow Australian-trained entry VIDDORA won a G1 over 1,000m at Moonee Valley back in September but has disappointed in three attempts since and has never raced internationally.

SELECTIONS: 8. BLUE POINT, 2. SANDS OF MALI, 1. STORMY LIBERAL, 6. BRAVE SMASH & 9. CARIBOU CLUB

1ST DOUBLE TRIO SELECTIONS (36 unit bets):

S1-2:
Banker – 8. BLUE POINT
Selections – 2. SANDS OF MALI, 1. STORMY LIBERAL, 6. BRAVE SMASH & 9. CARIBOU CLUB

S1-3:
Banker – 6. DIVINE IMAGE
Selections – 2. JAHBATH, 1. WALKING THUNDER, 11. VAN BEETHOVEN & 5. DERMA LOUVRE

S1-3 UAE Derby

Godolphin have won the prestigious G2 1,900m UAE Derby eight times but never with a filly. However, in DIVINE IMAGE they look to have an improver who has what it takes to put the boys in their place at the top level. Being by smart US dirt stallion SCAT DADDY, it is no surprise that DIVINE IMAGE has been campaigned exclusively on the dirt. She suffered her only defeat when inexperience cost her in the Listed 1,600m UAE 1000 Guineas, but has improved dramatically since stepping up in distance. DIVINE IMAGE never looks stronger than she does at the end of her races, coming from an uncompromising position to win the G3 UAE Oaks and then producing a scintillating performance to slam the colts by more than seven lengths in the Listed Al Bastakiya. Both of those races were run over this course and distance over 1,900m, so conditions look perfect for her. Granted, DIVINE IMAGE is jumping up a grade so faces her toughest test yet, but she has matured these past two months and now travels so much better in her races, while the extra distance is also thought to be a plus.

There are three other fillies taking on the colts, but both SWIFT ROSE and RAZEENA, who filled the places in the G3 UAE Oaks, were ultimately easily brushed aside by DIVINE IMAGE, who also has nothing to fear on form from SUPERIOR and AL HAYETTE on the Listed Al Bastakiya running.

Surprisingly, the Americans have yet to win this race on their favoured surface, but PLUS QUE PARFAIT could prove a real player. He has yet to win a Stakes race, but his G2 second at Churchill Downs last November over 1,700m is solid form as the winner, SIGNALMAN, went on to be placed at the G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. Trainer Brendan Walsh is adamant that we should forget PLUS QUE PARFAIT’s subsequent two disappointments at Fair Grounds, as he thinks the track did not suit his horse.

America are also represented by GRAY MAGICIAN, who scored a runaway victory on his first run for Peter Miller at Del Mar. Miller, subsequently delighted with the colt’s G3 fourth at Santa Anita Park over 1,600m, believes he has the quality and attitude to get the job done but is not totally convinced he has the stamina. The fact that he is also thinking about the G1 Kentucky Derby for GRAY MAGICIAN shows how highly he rates him.

Interestingly, Hirofumi Toda also has the G1 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in mind for Japanese challenger DERMA LOUVRE, who has won three of his six races, all on dirt.

Aidan O’Brien has had this race in mind for VAN BEETHOVEN all winter, so for a dress-rehearsal he opted for an all-weather debut at Dundalk over 1,600m in Ireland, albeit on polytrack rather than dirt. VAN BEETHOVEN was staying on well in fourth place, warranting a try over this longer trip, and he is a colt who is not short of class, having won a G2 at Curragh over 1,200m last summer and later finishing fourth to Guineas and Derby favourite TOO DARN HOT in the G2 Champagne Stakes over 1,405m at Doncaster.

However, a bigger danger to DIVINE IMAGE could come from English raider JAHBATH for trainer William Haggas. He has prepared for this with two runs on the all-weather over 1,612m and 1,600m at Southwell and Kempton, beating off the relatively weak opposition easily. This will require another step up, be he is without doubt a smart colt with a nice attitude and should go close if handling the dirt.

WALKING THUNDER lost his unbeaten record when second in the G3 UAE 2000 Guineas last month. He was readily brushed aside by ESTIHDAAF that day but ran on well at the end and will appreciate the step up in trip. It is too early to write him off, as he had previously showed plenty of promise and Frankie Dettori is an interesting booking.

SELECTIONS: 6. DIVINE IMAGE, 2. JAHBATH, 1. WALKING THUNDER, 11. VAN BEETHOVEN & 5. DERMA LOUVRE

S1-4 Dubai Golden Shaheen

When it comes to dirt racing there is no speed quite like American speed and yet again the stars and stripes brigade hold most of the trump cards. X Y JET is no strangers to Dubai, having finished second in this G1 1,200m prize 12 months ago, just being touched off by the phenomenal late burst of MIND YOUR BISCUITS close home. He was run down close home when favourite for this race in 2016, is clearly fragile having undergone knee surgery on three occasions. However, he has bounced back every time, so should he finally gain international stardom justice would be seen to have been done. Florida trainer Jorge Navarro knows he has to handle X Y JET with care, keeping him calm in the mornings, but the smile on his face after his stable-star had sailed through his Dubai dress-rehearsal at Gulfstream Park over 1,200m last month suggested that he thinks X Y JET just might make it third time lucky.

America’s East Coast champion is IMPERIAL HINT, but he has had a rear view of ROY H’s fast disappearing hooves in the last two G1 Breeders’ Cup Sprints. Another concern has to be the fact that he got travel sickness and was a late scratching from this race two years ago, so his ability to travel is taken on trust. He’s twice a G1 winner over 1,200m, so clearly has the ability to get involved. However, a number of nagging doubts make him hard to fancy for win purposes.

If there is a surprise package in the American team it is the young pretender PROMISES FULFILLED. He was only fourth behind ROY H in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Sprint, trainer Dale Romans reckons the 4YO is best fresh so is not worried about the lack of a prep-race. Romans’ 4YO is a multiple Group winner, including the G1 victory over 1,200m and with his conqueror no longer a participant, he should go well here.

Hong Kong is represented by FIGHT HERO, who surprised connections when despite travelling wide and enjoying no cover, stuck on well to produce a career-best second over 1,200m in Korea last September. FIGHT HERO is the mount of Joao Moreira, but the horse has not managed to reproduce that form since returning to Sha Tin and is rated much inferior to the likes of X Y JET and IMPERIAL HINT by the official assessors. Though this is a big step-up to the handicaps he has been running in Hong Kong, he returns to his favorable 1,200m distance and connections wouldn’t be bringing him over to Dubai unless they thought he was capable of putting up a solid performance. He might struggle to serve it up to the likes of X Y JET and PROMISES FULFILLED, but could complete the placings and outrun his likely big odds.

Local raider DRAFTED has been in good form winning three times over course and distance since December. This requires a huge step up, though, and he is likely to find a few of these too good for him.

SELECTIONS: 3. X Y JET, 4. PROMISES FULFILLED, 2. IMPERIAL HINT, 5. DRAFTED & 10. FIGHT HERO

S1-5 Dubai Turf

Japanese horses have a very strong recent record in the G1 1,800m Dubai Turf. Since 2014, horses from the Land of the Rising Sun have taken the G1 contest three times, including two of the past three years. And in ALMOND EYE, they look to hold strong claims of enhancing that already impressive record. Sakae Kunieda’s 4YO filly is unbeaten in her last five starts and is already a four-time G1 winner, with the most recent of those coming in the 2,400m Japan Cup in November. While that was over much further than this, she has won races at 1,600m right up to 2,400m, so is incredibly versatile. She has been kept back for this and will prove very hard to beat if reproducing the form she has shown in her career so far.

Caspar Fownes’ SOUTHERN LEGEND is bidding to become the first horse trained in Hong Kong to win the race. The 6YO has been very consistent in recent times, getting within touching distance of the world’s best miler, BEAUTY GENERATION, on a number of occasions. He has been largely campaigned over 1,600m, but he looked to relish the step up to 2,000m when a clear second to EXULTANT in the G1 Hong Kong Gold Cup. That looks strong form with that being the winner’s second G1 of the season, so you can expect Fownes’ runner to run well again here.

Godolphin won the race in 2018 with BENBATL and they are set to be double-handed this time around with DREAM CASTLE and WOOTTON. DREAM CASTLE won the 1,800m G1 Jebel Hatta on his last start where he had WOOTTON placed second and CENTURY DREAM ran fourth in behind. That was his third win in a row and he did it impressively, quickening away in the style of a horse on the upgrade. This clearly demands more, but he’s improving with every run and should give the favourite plenty to think about.

WOOTTON will be having his third start for trainer Charlie Appleby after moving from France. He was perhaps unlucky not to finish closer on his first start for the yard in the 1,600m G2 Zabeel Mile where he met interference in running. Appleby’s 4YO was then well backed for the G1 Jebel Hatta, but was soundly beaten by DREAM CASTLE and he appears up against it in trying to reverse the form in this race.

Ryan Moore’s two wins in the race are the joint-most by any jockey and he rides Aidan O’Brien’s I CAN FLY. The daughter of FASTNET ROCK comes into this after an easy success in an all-weather conditions race at Dundalk over 1,400m earlier this month. She faces an entirely different calibre of opposition here, but she does possess some strong form from last season with victory in a G2 company as well as a neck second to ROARING LION in G1 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot. Both of those runs were over 1,600m and although she was quietly fancied for the G1 Epsom Oaks over 2,405m, she finished down the field and still has to prove she stays further than 1,600m.

Midway through last season, many saw WITHOUT PAROLE as a future star. His victory in the G1 St James’s Palace Stakes at Ascot over 1,600m saw him sent off a short price for the G1 Sussex Stakes at Goodwood, but he finished a disappointing seventh. He’s been down the field on his last two starts too and looks a risky proposition based on that.

Instead, the placings can be completed by David O’Meara’s LORD GLITTERS. Since arriving at the O’Meara yard in 2017, the 6YO has been incredibly consistent, finishing out of the placings just twice in 10 starts. The son of WHIPPER was just touched off in the G1 Queen Anne Stakes at Ascot over 1,600m, then again over the same course and distance on his next start. He finally got his Group success when winning the G3 Strensall Stakes at York over 1,761m, while he was just over two lengths behind ROARING LION in the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on his most recent start. LORD GLITTERS has a good record fresh too and with his best performance coming over this distance, he should go nicely at a decent price.

SELECTIONS: 7. ALMOND EYE, 2. DREAM CASTLE, 13. WOOTTON, 6. LORD GLITTERS & 1. SOUTHERN LEGEND

2ND DOUBLE TRIO SELECTIONS (36 unit bets):

S1-5:
Banker – 7. ALMOND EYE
Selections – 2. DREAM CASTLE, 13. WOOTTON, 6. LORD GLITTERS & 1. SOUTHERN LEGEND

S1-6:
Banker – 2. OLD PERSIAN
Selections – 6. REY DE ORO, 7. SUAVE RICHARD, 1. CHEVAL GRAND & 3. MAGIC WAND

TREBLE SELECTIONS (27 unit bets):

S1-5: Multiple – 7. ALMOND EYE, 2. DREAM CASTLE & 13. WOOTTON
S1-6: Multiple – 2. OLD PERSIAN, 6. REY DE ORO & 7. SUAVE RICHARD
S1-7: Multiple – 10. YOSHIDA, 3. NORTH AMERICA & 12. THUNDER SNOW


S1-6 Dubai Sheema Classic

Jockey William Buick has won the last two renewals of the 2,410m G1 Dubai Sheema Classic with JACK HOBBS and HAWKBILL. The latter was trained by Charlie Appleby and the duo team up again in this year’s race with likely favourite OLD PERSIAN. Appleby’s 4YO was last seen when narrowly taking the G2 Dubai City Of Gold over 2,410m from RACING HISTORY. That was the third G2 win of his career after successes at Ascot and York last season. He was tried over 2,905m in the G1 St Leger Stakes, but clearly didn’t stay that day and he looks the one to beat back over this shorter distance. He’s won three of his four starts over the same distance trip, so should prove a tough nut to crack again.

Aidan O’Brien last won the race in 2013 and he saddles MAGIC WAND this time around. The 4YO filly is another who brings a solid level of form, with a number of very good performances in Europe to her name last season. She ran in the G1 1,900m Pegasus World Cup Turf at Gulfstream Park on her seasonal reappearance where she was no match for the winner BRICKS AND MORTAR. The distance of that race looked on the short side for her and she should be much more at home over this extended trip. She beat subsequent G1 winner WILD ILLUSION over 2,400m at Ascot, so if she were to reproduce that sort of form here, she’d give the favourite plenty to think about.

Japanese raider REY DE ORO returns to Meydan having finished fourth twelve months ago. He was sent off favourite last year, but was comfortably beaten. Kazuo Fujisawa’s runner has won a G1 over 2,000m since, but it’s hard to establish how that form correlates with his rivals. Being the highest rated horse in the line-up, he’s entitled to plenty of respect, but he might just find one or two too good once again.

O’Brien’s other runner HUNTING HORN has been inconsistent in recent times. He won the G3 Hampton Court Stakes at Royal Ascot over 1,993m in impressive fashion during the middle of last season, but hasn’t really built on that since. The son of CAMELOT has travelled all over the world since that win and it looks as if that may have caught up with him.

Hugh Bowman has enjoyed plenty of success recently with victories aboard WINX in Australia and also in the Hong Kong Derby on FURORE. He rides CHEVAL GRAND, who is trained in Japan by Yasuo Tomomichi. Being a 7YO, the son of HEART’S CRY is one of the more exposed in the field, but he remains very consistent with a third and fourth in his last two runnings, both in G1 company over 2,400m and 2,500m. He didn’t finish far behind REY DE ORO in the most recent of those in the G1 Arima Kinen at Nakayama and there doesn’t look to much between them on recent evidence. Being a 7YO, you’d have to think we know where we are with CHEVAL GRAND and although he’s admirably consistent, I only envisage him finishing among the places at best.

Joao Moreira has been booked to ride another Japanese raider in SUAVE RICHARD who finished fourth in his trial for this in the G2 1,800m Nakayama Kinen last month. The step up in distance to this 2,410m trip is likely to suit as he showed when third to ALMOND EYE in the 2,400m G1 Japan Cup last November and he is another one likely to be involved.

Although he finished three lengths down in third behind OLD PERSIAN and RACING HISTORY in the G2 Dubai City Of Gold, connections of DESERT ENCOUNTER can count themselves unlucky. David Simcock’s runner was caught wide throughout and it was no surprise that he found little when asked for an effort. Again being a 7YO, it’s hard to think there’s a lot of improvement left, but given his success in a G1 at Woodbine over 2,400m, that surely wasn’t his true running and he could easily outrun his odds if gets things more his own way this around.

SELECTIONS: 2. OLD PERSIAN, 6. REY DE ORO, 7. SUAVE RICHARD, 1. CHEVAL GRAND & 3. MAGIC WAND


S1-7 Dubai World Cup

The world famous all blue silks of Godolphin have had an extraordinary 12 months. A first Derby victory at Epsom was sandwiched in between landing this race with THUNDER SNOW and lifting the G1 Melbourne Cup in November, and they’ve hit the ground running this season with a 1-2-3 in the G1 Golden Slipper.

We’ve never had a back-to-back winner of the 2,000m G1 Dubai World Cup since it was created in 1996, but it’s very rare that you have a champion defending their crown at their peak. AFRICAN STORY was the latest to try and fail in 2015, when returning to take on the world’s best as a regressive 8YO proved too big an ask. In contrast, THUNDER SNOW is a 5YO in good form and has leading claims of retaining his title. The son of HELMET put up a good show to finish second by a neck in the 2,000m G1 Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes at Belmont Park in September before another cracking run in the 2,000m G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs when third to ACCELERATE. After four months off the track, last year’s winner set himself up for this race by finishing second to CAPEZZANO in the 2,000m G1 Al Maktoum Challenge R3 on Dubai Super Saturday three weeks ago. That performance certainly didn’t set the world alight, but the way he ran out of steam at the end suggested he was in need of the run. Connections will have been building towards this race for the last six months or more and he’s expected to go close again.

CAPEZZANO spearheads a three-pronged attack from trainer Salem bin Ghadayer and comes into this race looking for a fourth straight win. He left THUNDER SNOW trailing behind in that recent run in the G1 Al Maktoum Challenge R3, though the runner-up looked to be lacking race fitness, while his two wins before then both came over 1,600m in handicap company. He’s certainly a horse on an upward curve but it will take another career-best to take one of the biggest prizes of them all.

Stablemates GRONKOWSKI and AXELROD were also in action on Dubai Super Saturday. The former ran a close fifth in the G1 Al Maktoum Challenge R3 and is expected to come on for the run, while AXELROD disappointed back in 10th in the 1,600m G3 Burj Nahaar. GRONKOWSKI hasn’t progressed since his second to JUSTIFY in the G1 Belmont Stakes last summer. He showed glimpses of a return to form in the G1 Al Maktoum Challenge R3 last time out and could fight out the places if back to his best.

NORTH AMERICA has won seven of his last 11 starts, all of which have been run on the dirt at Meydan, and looks like improving on his effort in this race 12 months ago. The son of DUBAWI completely missed the start last year and never got himself into the race, eventually finishing tailed off last by some distance. He’s been well away on both his starts since and should feature if he can break sharply again.

GUNNEVERA was another who started a bit slowly last year and could show up better this time around. He ran a blinder to finish second in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic and could fill the places if reproducing that form.

Japanese hopes rest on K T BRAVE and Joao Moreira. He’s a highly-rated dirt performer, and has one of the very best in the saddle, but we’re yet to see how his form from Japan stacks up and it would take a monster performance to mix it in this company on his first start at Meydan.

Also making his first start at the track is the multiple G1-winnier YOSHIDA. Having raced solely on turf for his first 10 starts, the William Mott-trained 5YO has been switched to the dirt with some success. He landed a G1 over 1,800m at Saratoga on his first ever start on the surface and was then fourth in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic, finishing just a nose behind THUNDER SNOW. A re-run of that performance would put him right in contention and he makes plenty of appeal as a lightly-raced horse that we may yet have seen the best of.

SELECTIONS: 10. YOSHIDA, 3. NORTH AMERICA, 12. THUNDER SNOW, 2. CAPEZZANO & 7. GRONKOWSKI


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Form comments:


Dubai Gold Cup S1 - 1, 30/03/2019, Saturday Post Time 20:50

Marinaresco
A winner of the prestigious Durban July at Greyville back in 2017, but that lively form has not been repeated since though he wasn't beaten that far in a 2410m G2 here last time, briefly threatening. Hard to fancy unless this big rise in distance helps significantly.
Call The Wind
Beautifully bred and, even if his pedigree doesn't shout out this distance, he has already proved himself over even further - showing class and determination to win the prestigious G1 Prix du Cadran over 4000m at Longchamp last October. Tuned up for this with a good Chantilly all-weather effort this month.
Red Galileo
Godolphin launch a strong challenge on this but facts and figures suggest that he is their weakest contender. Prominent from the gate in this last year, but he faded when things got serious. Typically consistent in recent Meydan starts, but probably just not good enough.
Platinum Warrior
A G3 winner over 2000m at The Curragh when trained in Ireland last year, then making a successful switch to the USA that climaxed with a G2 success over 2000m at Santa Anita last month. So in good form for this Meydan debut but will need to prove his stamina at this testing trip.
Prince Of Arran
Briefly looked like winning the G1 Melbourne Cup over this distance last November, still running a cracking 3rd to Cross Counter in that Flemington spectacular. Lacked the pace from a tricky gate in the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase but prepped for this encouragingly in a G2 here this month.
Ispolini
Not the number one horse from the stable with Cross Counter in the field but he's still very smart and progressive, having posted career best efforts on his last two starts when moving up to 2810m. Most recently he challenged smoothly from off the speed to easily win a G3 here last month.
Sharpalo
Running consistently well at Meydan this year but facts and figures suggest he won't be good enough here plus no particular reason to suggest he'll improve up to this trip. He ran a respectable 5th - having to come wide - in a 2410m G2 here this month.
Team Talk
This lightly-raced gelding came fast and late when a close 2nd in a 2000m handicap here in January. However he could never get himself into a threatening position in a 2410m G2 here this month with some of these rivals ahead of him. No guarantee that the big rise in distance will help greatly.
Cross Counter
Not seen since his powerful late surge secured the G1 Melbourne Cup at Flemington last November, his fifth win in just eight starts in a well-planned career. Clearly travelling presents no problem to this gelding who had earlier looked increasingly high class in the UK. A major contender, surely.
Gold Mount
Not at his high class best in recent Hong Kong starts but not disgraced either and would be in with a big shout if able to repeat his very smart placed efforts in Sha Tin G1's last year. A closer, he has often given the impression that a longer trip might suit, and that he gets for this Meydan adventure.


Al Quoz Sprint S1 - 2, 30/03/2019, Saturday Post Time 21:30

Stormy Liberal
Ignored in this race last year but his late surge very nearly got the money. Has since confirmed himself as one of the top sprinters in the US, including his G1 Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint victory last November. Likely to again play an important role in this G1 dash.
Sands Of Mali
Small but with a big engine as he showed with a stunning front-running display in a G1 at Ascot over this distance last October, a clear career best. That was on soft ground but conditions here should suit nicely and he reportedly barely lost any weight on the trip from the UK.
Lost Treasure
Won three of his eight starts last season and was also a close fifth in the prestigious G1 Prix de L'Abbaye at Longchamp. Many of his turf starts have been on slow ground but his trainer thinks he is best on a fast surface. Needs to be delivered late as he is lazy in front.
Mazzini
Has adapted well since switching to Dubai from the UK, dominating from the start in a handicap in January with more patient tactics also paying off in another handicap. Slowly away in a G3 this month, finishing strongly but still 5.75L behind today's rival Blue Point.
The Right Man
Posted a career best when winning this G1 in 2017 though he did have an earlier Meydan start that time plus the slow ground played to his strengths. Absent for most of last year but this French-trained gelding was a close second in a Maisons-Laffitte G3 last October.
Brave Smash
Tended to race over further - sometimes much further - when based in Japan but best known as a sprinter in Australia where he regularly competes at the top level, gaining two G1 wins during a busy 2018. Finishing powerfully when a close third of 22 in a Flemington G1 this month.
Belvoir Bay
She has proven a consistent moneyspinner in the US, with victories at up to G2 level. She arrives for this first Meydan venture after two straight victories latterly when showing a lot of speed from the gate to comfortably win a 1000m conditions event at Santa Anita.
Blue Point
Withdrawn at the start for this last year with a minor problem. Has a terrific record otherwise and has gained two devastating Meydan wins this year, a G2 at 1000m and a G3 over 1200m. A strong travelling horse with massive acceleration, he is the obvious favourite.
Caribou Club
Another lively US candidate, and a gelding with an impressive win and place strike-rate though generally has raced over further than 1200m. He has won his last two starts - G2 over 1700m at Del Mar and G3 over 1300m at Santa Anita, showing plenty of courage each time.
Ekhtiyaar
Formerly trained in the UK but his numbers suggest that he is a better horse since being gelded and moving to Dubai. In February he won a handicap by a record breaking margin for the turf sprint track at Meydan and only failed to cope with Blue Point in a G3 this month.
Illustrious Lad
Showed up for a long way in this race last year, finishing fifth of 13 which was closer to the money that his odds might have suggested. Back home in Australia he seems to have been running decently including a Listed win over this trip.
Viddora
Has tasted sprint success at the highest level in Australia and gained a comfortable G1 success at Moonee Valley under today's regular rider last September. That was over 1000m but he is equally comfortable at this 1200m.
Wishful Thinker
This Richard Gibson-trained sprinter has soared in the ratings, not surprisingly having won four of his five last starts and, though only beating three rivals, quite possibly posted a career best with a stylish victory at Sha Tin this month. His trainer believes that Meydan's straight 1200m could prove ideal.


UAE Derby S1 - 3, 30/03/2019, Saturday Post Time 22:05

Walking Thunder
Fast away he defied a wide gate to keep his unbeaten record intact when easily winning a good conditions' race here in January. However he couldn't back that up when disappointingly beaten into second in a 1600m G3 here in February. His trainer thinks this longer trip might suit.
Jahbath
Narrowly beaten on his debut - on turf - but has won all his four subsequent starts on all-weather surfaces in the UK. Most recently he accelerated far too well for his rivals over 1600m at Kempton this month. This has been the plan for some time and pedigree is positive for this jump to 1900m.
Golden Jaguar
From the widest gate he had to cover more ground than all of his rivals, still managing to win over 1400m on his second career start - having also won first time out. Also had to challenge wide last time as well as pulling too hard after a slow start - given that, his close second in a Listed event was a very good effort.
Plus Que Parfait
This US raider surged from off the speed to almost win a 1700m G2 on the dirt at Churchill Downs last November, on his fourth career start. However he did disappoint in another G2 on his latest US start. Difficult to predict what might happen on this Meydan debut.
Derma Louvre
Ratings certainly give this Christophe Lemaire-ridden Japanese dirt performer a live chance. Although a beaten favourite when third in a 1600m Listed race in Tokyo last time he has a progressive and consistent profile, earlier gaining three straight wins in Japan. Has tended to race prominently.
Divine Image
Quirky and can be tricky at the gate but has won three of her four starts and her latest effort - a Listed event over this distance - was comfortably her best, again proving strong at the finish and thrashing 13 rivals. A big player - and William Buick who couldn't do the weight that last time - is back on board.
Superior
Bred for speed but he just about lasts this distance. Ridden prominently in a Listed event here this month, he led 700m out and kept on but had no answers when today's rival Divine Image swept past. Hard to see him reversing that form.
Gray Magician
A runaway 9.5L winner of a 1600m maiden at Del Mar last November and earlier this year he ran a close fourth in a G3 on Santa Anita's dirt surface. Now he'll need to prove himself up across the world and up in distance on the Meydan dirt surface.
Razeena
Well-regarded by her trainer Doug Watson and, though she looked nothing special on her first two starts, she ran much better in a G3 over this distance last month, coping with a wide trip and finishing third to Divine Image. More improvement very possible.
Al Hayette
Has been busy here - racing six times since November including two wins in minor events over 1400m and 1600m. However she has finished well behind today's rival Divine Image on her last two starts and that will probably be the case again.
Van Beethoven
He won a 1200m G2 at The Curragh last June, without progressing from that subsequently. On his first start for 172 days he ran a respectable fourth in a 1600m Listed race at Dundalk this month. Maybe the Meydan dirt will suit.
Stubbins
Has progressed on turf and dirt in the US, and showed a ton of early speed to win a 1600m conditions race on the dirt at Santa Anita early this month - persuading his connections that this big prize was a realistic option.
Swift Rose
Undistinguished on her first two Meydan efforts but she then nearly produced a big shock - up to this distance and into G3 company. Grabbing an early lead from her low gate, she was kicked into a clear advantage 500m from the end only to be narrowly grabbed by Divine Image late on.
Manguzi
Showed little on turf in the UK, but much more effective on dirt in the UAE, winning two of his four starts including a victory over this distance in January - very quick from the gate then. Did well from a wide gate last time, but even wider here - quite a problem for his jockey.


Dubai Golden Shaheen S1 - 4, 30/03/2019, Saturday Post Time 22:40

Roy H
Off the back of some stunning performances in the US he started hot favourite for this last year but after a sluggish start was only third to two other US raiders. Again arrives here in fantastic form including a repeat victory in the Breeders' Cup Sprint, a monster performance that day. Likely warm favourite again.
Imperial Hint
Has history with Roy H, having finished second and third to him in the last two runnings of the Breeders' Cup Sprint, at Del Mar and Churchill Downs. This powerful dirt galloper rarely disappoints and was twice a G1 winner at this trip last year. Having his first start outside the US.
X Y Jet
Leading or racing prominently he has come desperately close to winning this race, beaten a neck in 2016 and a head in 2018. Limbered up for this when flying the gates and never threatened in a condition event at Gulfstream Park last month.
Promises Fulfilled
There is a lot of early speed in this, including from this colt as he showed when winning a 1400m G1 at Saratoga last August. He led in the Breeders' Cup Sprint at Churchill Downs on his last start but was gunned down and behind today's rivals Roy H and Imperial Hint.
Drafted
The locally trained star at this discipline who will no doubt try to run his rivals down late, and he may be helped with so much early speed in this. His G3 wins - over this distance in January and March - were only gained narrowly but he always gives the impression there is better to come.
Switzerland
Has twice won G3's over this distance in the US. However none of his three Meydan starts this year suggest that he is likely to land this G1, especially with more accomplished US rivals in the field. Led for some of the way in a G3 this month, but faded late on.
Nine Below Zero
Appears to have improved since moving from the UK onto the Meydan dirt surface. He has twice finished behind Drafted, though he did get much closer to today's rival when only beaten a neck here earlier this month. Arguably though, he did get an ideal passage in that G3.
Tato Key
A specialist in dirt sprint races in Argentina where his record was 12 wins from 14 starts. Has run really well in both Meydan starts - G3's at this distance - but has been narrowly bettered by today's rival Drafted each time. He will need to take another step forward if he is to have a serious chance here.
Matera Sky
An outsider in this event last year and travelled well enough but simply wasn't good enough - finishing 5th. Nothing special from his recent starts back in Japan to suggest he will do much better this time. One of many in this field who likes to go forward early.
Fight Hero
Joao Moreira partners this gelding for the first time. A sustained late charge saw him victorious in a Class 2 event over this distance at Sha Tin last June and, despite a difficult gate, he very nearly plundered a local G1 at Seoul in September. Another good show was a 4th - a race run in a super-quick time - at Sha Tin in December.


Dubai Turf S1 - 5, 30/03/2019, Saturday Post Time 23:20

Southern Legend
Has had the misfortune to regularly encounter Beauty Generation but he has run plenty of excellent races behind that superstar including when 3.25L 3rd in the 2018 G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Mile with today's rival Vivlos just ahead. An eye-catching 2nd of 11 in the G1 Hong Kong Gold Cup (2000m) last month.
Dream Castle
Disappointing at last year's Meydan Carnival meeting but, after being gelded and moving up to this trip, he has been a revelation this year winning all three starts, a G3, a G2 and a G1. Swooping fast and late on that last occasion, he accelerated too strongly for his rivals - including some of these.
Deirdre
Her only previous Meydan experience was her third place in this last year, having to challenge wide but doing some strong late work. After a break back in Japan she won a G3 and a G2, both at this distance and both times surging from the back. Slightly disappointing last time.
Vivlos
She showed decisive speed when it counted to win this G1 two years ago on a slow surface, showing her liking for this track again when running a fine 2nd in this last year. Last seen when a running-on 2nd to brilliant Beauty Generation in the LONGINES Hong Kong Mile.
Majestic Mambo
From a stable that have had a disappointing Carnival and, though not disgraced, he never looked like landing a serious blow when 6.75L 6th of 10 behind today's rival Dream Castle in a G1 over this distance here this month.
Lord Glitters
A former handicapper who is also quite capable of running really well at the top level, only narrowly beaten in a Royal Ascot G1 last June. Last August he also won a G3 over 1761m at York. Having his first start for 161 days but he's performed strongly off a break before.
Almond Eye
International challenges now beckon for Almond Eye who has carried all before her in Japan, most recently when winning the G1 Japan Cup in a record-shattering time. She drops back from that 2400m but has won at G1 level over shorter than this and her pure speed is in no doubt at all. The one to beat, for sure.
I Can Fly
She ran a huge race when only just beaten in a G1 on soft ground over Ascot's straight 1600m last October. She prepped for this with an easy winning romp at Dundalk earlier this month. Ryan Moore's mount is up to this distance for the first time.
Mountain Hunter
Has been in good shape lately and - giving weight to most of his rivals - he proved too good in a 2000m handicap here in February. However this is his first start at Group level, let alone a superstrong G1 like this. A win would be a huge shock.
Yulong Prince
A smart operator in South Africa with a high winning strike-rate. He moved to this stable after winning a G1 over 2000m on slow ground at Greyville last June. But it's going to be a very tough ask expecting him to win this on his Meydan debut after such a lengthy break.
Century Dream
A G3 winner at Epsom over just short of this distance last year, and he ran really well at a G1 level also. In a G1 here this month he didn't do his chance any good by racing too freely early, finishing behind both Dream Castle and Wootton. Best on a slow surface so a raceday downpour would help.
Without Parole
Has won four of his seven starts, the high point being when he landed a G1 at Royal Ascot last June. Not as effective in the second part of the UK season but his master trainer has said that there are high expectations for 2019. This looks tough, though.
Wootton
Smart in France, but has looked potentially even better in Dubai. A fast-finisher after a difficult passage on his Meydan debut he then came with another strong late charge in a G1 over this distance earlier this month. Unfortunately, Dream Castle was even stronger at the finish.


Dubai Sheema Classic S1 - 6, 30/03/2019, Saturday Post Time 00:00

Cheval Grand
Came with a storming stretch charge to win the 2017 Japan Cup, and fourth of 14 in the same prestigious Tokyo G1 last November. Didn't have the best of passages when a close third in another top Japanese G1 over 2500m in December. Now seven he is competing at Meydan for the first time.
Old Persian
Twice a G2 winner at around this distance in the UK last year and his Meydan debut in a G2 earlier this month was much anticipated. Neither the fact that it turned into a slowly-run tactical race nor him getting boxed in helped but he still managed to win and is surely a live candidate for this big prize.
Magic Wand
Ryan Moore's mount is a big filly who may be capable of further improvement from an already rewarding career that included a G2 Royal Ascot win last June and a second over an inadequate 1900m in a Gulfstream Park G1 in January. Tactically versatile, one of her strengths.
Racing History
His chance would be enhanced if the ground turned soft, but Meydan's turf surface is very fair and he has been running consistently well on it all year, beaten just a short-head on his last two starts. Most recently he led and was only nailed by Old Persian in the last strides.
Hunting Horn
Irish-trained but a real world traveller whose last eleven races have been outside Ireland. Like stable companion Magic Wand he was a Royal Ascot winner last June and has put in some solid performances at Gulfstream Park and Dohar on his last two starts. Ryan Moore has picked Magic Wand, however.
Rey De Oro
Well fancied to win this for Japan last year but he sat well off the slow pace and, though he grabbed fourth place, never looked a likely winner. Off the track for around six months after but has come back at least as good as ever, winning a G2 then a G1 and a fast closing second in another G1 last time. Chance.
Suave Richard
This talented horse is versatile distancewise having won at a high level in Japan over shorter and further than this. A very good third behind the brilliant Almond Eye in last November's Japan Cup and should be sharper for his close fourth in a G2 at Nakayama last month.
Desert Encounter
Slowly away and never a factor in this race last year but at least this time he's had a prep run at Meydan and it was a good third to Old Persian in a G2 here this month, especially good as he raced too keenly and had to challenge wide. Reliable, even if he might not be quite good enough to win this.


Dubai World Cup - G1 - 2000m – Dirt

1 Gunnevera
Can be slow from the gate as he was in a G1 at Gulfstream Park in January, making some late headway but the leaders didn't come back. Yet to win at 2000m but was gaining at the finish when an excellent second - 3/4L ahead of Thunder Snow - in the G1 Breeders' Cup Classic at Churchill Downs last November.

2 Capezzano
Would not be on the radar for this race on his form before January this year. However he has found some vast improvement and his latest win proved that he is a threat to all here. In that G1 over this distance this month, he pinged the gate and set strong fractions, still 9.5L ahead of Thunder Snow at the wire.

3 North America
A dismal failure when missing the break in this last year, but this giant long-striding sparely-campaigned beast has had no such problems in his two Meydan G2 races this year, soon leading each time and grinding his rivals into submission. A good start would give him a very good chance.

4 Audible
Last year's G1 Florida Derby winner over 1800m at Gulfstream Park went on to run a fine third in the G1 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs last May. A light campaign since has included a Churchill Downs win. Fifth - well behind second placed Seeking The Soul - in a G1 at Gulfstream Park last time.

5 Seeking The Soul
Has G1 winning form at 1800m in the US and comes here on the back of a big payday when runner-up in the G1 Pegasus Invitational at Gulfstream Park in January. He had no chance with the winner there but again showed he is one of the best in the US. Needs to prove himself at 2000m.

6 Pavel
Prominent from the gate, he won a G1 handicap over 1800m at Churchill Downs last June. However he's mostly been beaten by considerable margins since - including at Santa Anita in February - so a victory in this huge event would not look too likely.

7 Gronkowski
Oisin Murphy's mount has no stamina issues having run second in the prestigious G1 Belmont Stakes (2400m) last June. He will need to upgrade significantly on his Meydan debut when four of his rivals here finished ahead of him in a 2000m G1 this month. Perhaps he will be doing some strong work in the later stages.

8 Axelrod
Had some solid dirt form in the US at around this distance. He didn't make much of a show on his Meydan debut in a 1600m G3 this month and, though he was reported to have finished mildly lame then, it was hardly an encouraging prep for this.

9 New Trails
Looks an improved performer since moving from France to Dubai. However he has seen the backside of some of today's rivals on his last two starts, second to North America in a G2 in February and fourth behind Capezzano, Thunder Snow and Dolkong in a G1 last time. A strong pace would help his closing style.

10 Yoshida
Yet to win at this trip but has proved adaptable in his career, successful at a high level on dirt and turf. Not quite at his best on his last couple of starts but would be in the mix here if in the same form as his 1800m G1 dirt win at Saratoga last September, going away at the finish.

11 K T Brave
Joao Moreira rides this experienced Japanese-trained horse for the first time and ratings would give him a chance of making the placings. Twice a winner late last year he also run a close third in a G1 over this distance on his penultimate start, finishing well.

12 Thunder Snow
This Meydan-loving horse will be hard to beat if in the same mood as this time last year when he thrashed nine rivals after grabbing the front early. It was today's rival Capezzano who was able to steal the early advantage in a G1 here this month, but Thunder Snow appeared to need that first start for four months.

13 Dolkong
The pride of South Korea where he is a multiple dirt winner at up to this distance. His Meydan career started slowly but warmed up fast when Olivier Doleuze galvanised him into a strong winning run over this distance in February. Made some late ground when third to Capezzano in a G1 here this month.


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Ich habe gestern die Rennen in Dubai auf dem arabischen Kanal angeschaut, unmittelbar nach den Rennen wurden herangezoomte Zeitlupenaufnahmen gezeigt... irre ich mich jetzt oder hat im Dubai Golden Shaheen der E. Jaramillo dem X Y Jet im Endkamp mit der Gerte mehrfach gegen das rechte Ohr geschlagen?
Wenn das so war, was bringt das? ... oder darf man so befindlich nicht sein?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgNulQ9dtA8
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Thunder Snow und Gronkowski haben gestern eine selten erlebte Darbietung geboten. Die ganze Gerade runter hin und her, nicht nachgelassen und immer weiter gegangen. Soumillon und Murphy haben entsprechend auf diesem Niveau geritten, und man wird an Fantastic Light und Galileo und Dettori und Kinane in den Irish Champion Stakes vor Jahr und Tag erinnert. Das war gestern die seltene Spitze des Rennsports. Es hat auch nicht der bessere gewonnen, sondern die Zuschauer, für die dieses Spektakel inszeniert wird. Die Stute Almond Eye im Turf hat auch sehr gefallen, immer außen rum wegen möglicher Verkehrsprobleme, und weil sie sowas lässig kann. Ob es für den Arc reicht, glaube ich nicht. Das geht dann im Herbst und Europa etwas anders zugange. Aber wer weiß.


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zeitverschiebung in togo?? noch kein kommentar zum spektakel in meydan. peitschenmissbrauch zum wohle der zuschauer. tierschutz nur in europa und togo ,sonst egal :oops:


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martin hat geschrieben:
zeitverschiebung in togo?? noch kein kommentar zum spektakel in meydan. peitschenmissbrauch zum wohle der zuschauer. tierschutz nur in europa und togo ,sonst egal :oops:


Warum auch ? Nirgendwo sonst, ist die Tierschutzdebatte so aus dem Ruder, wie in Europa.
Es war auch kein Missbrauch, da regelkonform

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12 schläge sind in meydan erlaubt. und dreizehn waren es. schreibt "aufgalopp" ...


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manto hat geschrieben:
12 schläge sind in meydan erlaubt. und dreizehn waren es. schreibt "aufgalopp" ...


Dann war es ein Schlag zuviel und wird geahndet worden sein.

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Filia ardross hat geschrieben:
martin hat geschrieben:
zeitverschiebung in togo?? noch kein kommentar zum spektakel in meydan. peitschenmissbrauch zum wohle der zuschauer. tierschutz nur in europa und togo ,sonst egal :oops:


Warum auch ? Nirgendwo sonst, ist die Tierschutzdebatte so aus dem Ruder, wie in Europa.
Es war auch kein Missbrauch, da regelkonform


Was läuft denn aus dem Ruder in EU bzgl. Tierschutz & konkret bzgl. Peitsche?


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