Dubai World Cup

Dubai World Cup Betting 2017

Dubai World Cup Horse RacingThe Dubai World Cup is the richest horse race in the World and is run over 1m 2f for horses aged 4 years and over on the last Saturday in March of each year. It as first run in 1996 and since then it has become increasingly popular with trainers, fans and punters alike as it continues to attract some of the great horses from all over the globe. Past winners include greats such as Cigar in 1996, Dubai Millennium in 2000, Curlin in 2008 and Well Armed who won by a country mile in 2009.

The Dubai World Cup Odds for 2017 will be exciting with some top class horses from around the world set to head to Meydan at the end of the March.

We have a dedicated betting section on the 2014 Dubai World Cup which is set to be the biggest and best yet as it takes place at the state-of-the-art Meydan Racecourse on Saturday 25th March 2017.

The Dubai World Cup Tips will always be popular with punters as we all look to make the big race as lucrative as possible and we will have all the best info for you to study in the lead up to the big race. As and when the line-up is known we will be placing out Tip for the big race on the site as well as any little tit-bits that give you a pointer in the right direction.

We will also be carrying the full Dubai World Cup Runners list in this section just as as soon as they become available ahead of the big showdown. You will be able to study the list of runners and their form to help you make your Dubai Horse Racing Bet so just click on the link just above to access the full list of entries.

Dubai World Cup Past Winners

Dubai World Cup Past WinnersThere have been some special winners of the Worlds Richest Race and we have listed them all for you right here. The first winner of the big one was Cigar with the record time being held by Dubai Millennium who won in 2000 in 1:59.50 which is one of two winners who have broken the two minute barrier. American Hall of Famer Curlin is a legendary horse and he won in 2008 to cement his place in history.