Japanese horse Victoire Pisa and Italian jockey Marco Demuro won the $10 million Dubai World Cup this week. The race is one of the most important events in the industry and the richest horse race in the world and is celebrated every year at the Meydan racetrack.
The Dubai World Cup gathers horses, jockeys, trainers, owners and fans from all over the world every year and is an invite-only horseracing event. Thoroughbreds from Australia, South Africa, Asia, America and Europe took part in the fifteenth edition of the race that is run in one of the best tracks in the world.
“The Dubai Cup is the most international horseracing in the world,” commented Doctor Thomas M. Tribolet, DCR Representative for South America. He also said that all major racing country had representatives in the race, which reunites the best jockeys and horses. “This is the most fabulous racing place, maybe on the globe,” he also said.
The horseracing competition features eight races and a prize pool of twenty six million dollars. The 5 million dollar Dubai Sheema Classic and the 5 million dollar Dubai Duty Free are part of this event and are considered the two richest races on turf.