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Arrogate won the 2017 Dubai World Cup over Gun Runner
Arrogate ‘Wasn’t Really Tired’ After Dubai World Cup, Will Have A Break Before Next Start

Juddmonte Farm’s Arrogate blew away the competition against all odds after a nightmarish start in Saturday’s Dubai World Cup, and Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert said that the colt will get a well-deserved vacation before his next race. Despite the 4-year-old son of Unbridled Song’s four consecutive jaw-dropping performances, Baffert told that the […]

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Arrogate's triumph in the Dubai World Cup made him the richest North American racehorse in history
World’s Richest Horse Race: Sheikh Mohammed Plans Purse Increase For Dubai World Cup

Saturday saw Juddmonte’s Arrogate take down the Dubai World Cup in spectacular fashion to become the richest North American racehorse in history, boasting a mind-boggling $17 million in earnings. On the same night, reports The National, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, vice president of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, made a public promise: he will increase […]

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Australia: Slots For $10M ‘The Everest’ Now Open To Bidding

Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club today officially announced details of the terms and conditions and bidding process for slot licenses in the $10 million The Everest to be run at Royal Randwick Racecourse on 14 October 2017. The terms and conditions of The Everest and Bid forms are available on both the Racing […]

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Neolithic coasts to a nine-length victory in an allowance race at Gulfstream
‘We’re Going For It’: Neolithic Headed To Dubai World Cup

Starlight Racing’s Neolithic, a 4-year-old son of Harlan’s Holiday, has rebounded well from a strong third-place finish in the inaugural Pegasus World Cup in January, according to Owner Jack Wolf and trainer Todd Pletcher have decided to send the colt across the ocean to contest the $10 million Dubai World Cup on March 25, […]

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Arrogate breezes at Santa Anita on March 5
Arrogate ‘Worked Great Again’ In Preparation For Dubai World Cup

Longines World’s Best Racehorse and Pegasus World Cup Champion Arrogate made another step toward his expected start in the Mar. 28 Dubai World Cup Sunday morning, breezing seven furlongs at Santa Anita under regular work rider Martin Garcia. According to, the 4-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song was clocked in 1:24 for the distance, and […]

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Shaman Ghost works at Palm Meadows on Jan. 22
Castellano ‘Thrilled’ To Pilot Shaman Ghost In Santa Anita Handicap

Trainer Jimmy Jerkens’ Shaman Ghost, who got a career best 112 Beyer Speed figure while running second to Arrogate in the $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational at Gulfstream Jan. 28, will arrive at Santa Anita on Tuesday as he prepares for next Saturday’s Grade I, $750,000 Santa Anita Handicap, to be run at a […]

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Arrogate breezes at Santa Anita on Feb. 14
Arrogate ‘Just Galloping Along’ In First Work Since Pegasus

Pegasus World Cup champion Arrogate had his first timed workout since his record-setting win on Tuesday morning. The 4-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song breezed a half-mile at Santa Anita in 48.60, going without company under Martin Garcia, according to “He got lonely there in the stretch. He was just galloping along,” said trainer Bob […]

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Arrogate leads the field into the homestretch in the G1 Pegasus World Cup
Hong Kong Jockey Club: ‘No Intention’ Of Hosting A Pegasus World Cup-Type Race

On the heels of Gulfstream Park’s success hosting the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup, Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club announced last week that beginning this October, Randwick Race Course in Sydney will host the Everest Stakes, a 1200 meter (six furlongs) contest worth $10 million (Aust), with the idea of attracting the best sprinters from around the […]

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Arrogate cruises home in the Pegasus World Cup
The Friday Show: A Time To Reconsider, Future For Arrogate?

With the inaugural Pegasus World Cup in the rear view, what does the bigger picture look like? In this week’s The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the event and the race — not to mention the timing of it — plus, where does Pegasus winner Arrogate go from here? Enjoy the latest […]

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Arrogate's next start, following victory in January's Pegasus World Cup, comes in Dubai Saturday
Gulfstream Officially Lowers Time Of Pegasus World Cup After Review

Gulfstream Park has changed the official finish time of the Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup following an investigation by its official timing company, Trakus. TimeFormUS officially revised the time and speed figure for the race earlier this week after clockers voiced skepticism over the final time. The amended time for Arrogate’s victory is now 1:46.83 […]

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