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    Posted: 28 Feb 2020 at 11:17am
On 29th of February, that rich Saudi race meeting will be on. Will it be on TV at all?

A few horses from the Melbourne spring carnival will be running at the meeting.
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Good preview by Tim Carroll in regards to the big race meeting in Saudi Arabia tonight and in the early hours of the morning in Australia. From an Australian racing point of view international horses Magic Wand and Benbatl will be running in the main race on the card the 20 million dollar Saudi Cup (1800m) which is the richest race in the world. Also 2018 Melbourne Cup winner Cross Counter, 2018-2019 Melbourne Cup placegetter Prince Of Arran, 2019 Hotham Handicap winner Downdraft and 2019 Queen Elizabeth Stakes True Self will be running in the Longines Turf Handicap at 3000m and this race is worth 2.5 million dollars.


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The Longines Turf  3000m
Call The Wind 1st, Prince Of Arran 3rd, Cross Counter 5th.

First two bred by Frankel (Call The Wind and Mekong)
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Saudi Cup

Maximum Security ran down Mucho Gusto with gallant mare Midnight Bijou in second and Benbatl in third.

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great to see Max win again
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Originally posted by Brudder_A Brudder_A wrote:

The Longines Turf  3000m
Call The Wind 1st, Prince Of Arran 3rd, Cross Counter 5th.

First two bred by Frankel (Call The Wind and Mekong)


What an amazing stallion Frankel is turning out to be with a Sydney G2 winning 2yo over 1200m, in the space of less than 24 hrs Clap
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He had another winner yesterday as well,, cant remember now but maybe Morphetville ?
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The 2021 edition of the Saudi Cup has been won by the John Gosden trained Mishriff (4h Make Believe x Contradict, by Raven's Pass).  Last year he won Gp1 Prix du Jockey Club.

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True Self won a race for OTI too
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True Self.

A little boost for Aussie middle distance form.





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3000m Red Sea Turf.





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Jockey David Egan has been fined $100,000 and suspended two days for excessive use of the whip when riding Mishriff (Ire) to victory in the $20 million Saudi Cup Saturday, according to a report on... [To read this entire TDN News Story, click here.]

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