Dubai World Cup tips: four runners at juicy prices form an each-way Lucky 15 🇦🇪

Vazirabad wins the Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan

The Dubai Carnival concludes with a bang on Saturday with the Dubai World Cup card at Meydan. Some of the finest horses from all over the world are competing for some sizable prize pots. There’s eight races of top-class thoroughbred action on offer and we’ve provided four horses to consider for an each-way Lucky 15.

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12.20 Meydan

Storm Damage is a lightly raced four-year-old that has looked progressive recently having won his last two starts. Having had just seven career starts it’s likely that there is more to come from him. His comeback run in Group 2 company was a good effort, he wasn’t beaten far in fourth and he looks to have improved for that with his last two starts. This looks like a good opportunity for him to gain group-winning status provided he takes to the dirt and he did win his maiden on debut at Kempton on the Polytrack.


12.55 Meydan

Baron Samedi has proved that long-distance travelling is no issue for him having made the journey from County Kilkenny to Belmont Park in June and winning a Grade 2 over two miles. Hopefully he would have improved for his comeback run in Riyadh behind Stay Foolish who re-opposes here. It would be disappointing if he doesn’t run well here.


1.35 Meydan

Emaraaty Ana is a Group 1 winner having taken the spoils in the Sprint Cup at Haydock in September. This versatile sprinter finished second in a Nunthorpe and fourth at the Breeders Cup over 5f. His form suggests that he should be competitive however the race pans out tactically as he has 5f speed and stays 6f well. He should have improved after his comeback run which will have sharpened him up for this race which is presumably a big target.


2.45 Meydan

Eastern World looked well suited by the drop down to 6f last time when winning in Group 3 company. If he can back that performance up with another good run here, he should be capable of running into a place at a price. His pedigree doesn’t scream ‘6f sprinter’ but he’s a son of Dubawi who has a good record of producing sprinters despite being a Derby-placed miler. A good example of this is Creative Force who opposes here.


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