The Dubai World Cup Day program on March 26, 2022 will now be worth $ 30.5 million, and the Dubai World Cup Carnival has also received a cash boost, the Dubai Racing Club announced on Tuesday.
The 2021-2022 racing season begins November 4th, and the total cash supply throughout the season has increased to over $ 40 million. Each race on the Dubai World Cup Card on March 26th will be worth at least $ 1 million, while the Super Saturday prize pool on March 5th has increased to over $ 2.2 million. The prizes for the G1 Al Maktoum Challenge Round 3 and the G1 Jebel Hatta are now worth $ 450,000 and $ 350,000, respectively.
The domestic racing season has been upgraded with purses worth over $ 2.3 million, and the Dubai World Cup Carnival (DWCC), which begins January 13 and is sponsored by Emirates Airlines, is now growing to more than 7.5 Estimated million dollars.
Sheikh Rashid bin Dalmook bin Juma Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Board of Dubai Racing Club, said: “The instructions of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, the prize money for The Flat Racing Season 2021- 2022 is part of Dubai’s commitment to helping global horse racing recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and broadening the horizon of excellence in both domestic and international racing. Under the leadership of His Highness, Dubai has been proactive in ensuring that horse racing thrives in a sheltered environment that ensures the safety of all participants without compromising the passion and competitive spirit that enliven the sport. “
“As a major hub for horse racing, Dubai will continue to lead the way in launching initiatives that will stimulate the sector and revitalize the global community of horse owners, trainers and other horse professionals. We look forward to seeing more iconic races, discovering new stars and celebrating this wonderful sport in our new season starting in November, ”he added.
Sheikh Rashid concluded, “I would like to express my personal gratitude and appreciation to everyone in the industry and the sport we love, including owners, coaches, jockeys and all of the hardworking staff of the stables who are great additions to the industry both locally as well as around the world, who stood by the side of the horse races during the 18 challenging months. I would also like to thank our loyal horse racing fans and sponsors for their continued support. “
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