Dubai World Cup: Who to look out for tomorrow night
Updated: Apr 1
Godolphin Mile (Dirt)
Fresh from victory in the Turf Sprint at Riyadh, Yoshito Yahagi's Bathrat Leon was beaten to fourth by Inspiral in the Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville last August. That followed a UK appearance at Goodwood, where he was pushed to fourth by Baaeed, Modern Games and Alcohol Free. Bhupat Seemar enters Discovery Island, Law Of Peace and Royal Mews, while Ahmed Al Shemaili trains Desert Wisdom, who has winning experience on the dirt at Meydan. Elsewhere, look out for Brazilian trainer Antonio Cintra's entry Atletico El Culano.
Dubai Gold Cup (Turf)
With Broome and Trawlerman in the mix, this is set to be a classic clash of the continents. Broome, who runs for Aidan O'Brien, won the Hardwicke Stakes at Ascot, before being left to last in the Irish Champions Stakes, and only eighth in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and