uae derby

Khawlah wins photo in UAE Derby

Khawlah nosed out Master Of Hounds to became the first filly to win the Group 2, $2 million UAE Derby Saturday at Meydan racecourse. Master Of Hounds, last seen in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf at Churchill Downs, got the jump turning for home and looked to be tough to run down.  But Khawlah, under […]

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Could Sweet Ducky return for Kentucky Derby?

Assuming he runs big in the UAE Derby this weekend on the Dubai World Cup undercard, trainer Herman Brown says he may be returned to the states to run for the roses. “Obviously, I would like him to grow more through his 3-year-old year, but going to Kentucky would be impossible to not consider Kentucky […]

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Video: Sweet Ducky’s new trainer discusses future for former Kentucky Derby prospect

Herman Brown talks about the future for his new horse Sweet Ducky who was once on the Derby Trail but now finds himself in Dubai being prepped for the UAE Derby.

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American World Cup team lands in Dubai

Press Release The American-based team of 13 top horses set to compete on the $26-million Dubai World Cup (G1) program on March 26 landed safely in Dubai around 7:15 local time on Wednesday evening and were transported to Meydan and settled in their stalls within about an hour. Jim Cornes, who oversees the international stables […]

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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES STANDINGS brought to you by KEENELAND: DERBY PREPS NOT ALL CREATED EQUALLY

By Ray Paulick It’s Triple Crown season, so owners and trainers have begun to compile roadmaps to Louisville for their Kentucky Derby hopefuls. So much has changed in recent years with the advent of synthetic tracks, a shuffling of dates for important prep races, and the emergence of new graded stakes with purses fueled […]

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COURT VISION, COCOA BEACH HOLLYWOOD TURF FESTIVAL WINNERS

  By Ray Paulick When IEAH Stables bought an interest in 2007 Remsen Stakes winner Court Vision from WinStar Farm earlier this year, the son of Gulch had the look of a Derby horse. He eventually lived up to that billing, though his Grade 1 Derby victory came not on the dirt at Churchill Downs […]

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