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Staying Motivated

By Dan Liebman - An article about Dubai published in the Chicago Tribune travel section July 4, 2004, states that the ruling Maktoum family's oil riches bring in about $250 million a day, or roughly $1 billion every four days.

HRTV to Broadcast 18 Stakes on Saturday

HorseRacing TV™ (HRTV) will set a single day network record when it offers live coverage of 18 stakes races from the Middle East and throughout the United States on Saturday, March 6.

Little Jim Takes UAE Two Thousand Guineas

The Satish Seemar-trained Little Jim was a convincing winner of the UAE Two Thousand Guineas (UAE-III) on his local debut at Nad Al Sheba Feb. 5 to confirm the good impression the colt had made in his native Argentina last year.

Dubai International Racing Carnival 2004 to Offer Big Prize Money

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The internationalization of horse racing has taken a giant leap forward with the announcement of the Dubai International Racing Carnival 2004. Massive prize money and generous incentives are associated with the two-month period, designed to entice leading owners and trainers from around the world to Dubai

World Cup Invitations Sent

The Dubai World Cup committee has issued more than 80 invitations for the March 29 World Cup races at Nad Al Sheba Race Course in the United Arab Emirates. The second round of nominations closed Jan. 15 with 1,401 horses, representing 25 countries, being nominated to one of the seven World Cup series races.

West Point Thoroughbreds Active at Pearls of Dubai Sale

West Point Thoroughbreds, an American-based operation that puts together partnerships for racing and pinhooking, purchased two of the most expensive horses Saturday at the Emirates Racing Association's third Pearls of Dubai international sale in Dubai.

53 Horse Catalogued For Pearls of Dubai Auction

Fifty-three horses have been catalogued by the Emirates Racing Association for the second annual Pearls of Dubai International sale on Oct. 21 at the Dubai World Cup quarantine center at Nad al Sheba racecourse.

33 Horse Catalogued For Pearls of Dubai Auction

Thirty-three horses have been catalogued by the Emirates Racing Association for the second annual Pearls of Dubai International sale on Oct. 21 at the Dubai World Cup quarantine center at Nad al Sheba racecourse.

King Midas Tops Emirates Sale In Dubai

King Midas, a winning 6-year-old son of Bluebird, brought the top price of 150,000 dirhams ($40,839) during the Thoroughbred portion of the Emirates Racing Association's horses in training sale Monday and Tuesday in Dubai.

Godolphin Seven Stars Contest Opens

A luxury trip for two to the 2003 Dubai World Cup and $150,000 cash are the top prize in Godolphin's 2002 Seven Stars Competition, a free-to-enter on-line racing contest. The competition began accepting entries Friday and continues through March 22 at www.godolphin.com.

Repent May Run Next in Dubai

Trainer Kenny McPeek said Monday he and the owners of Risen Star Stakes winner Repent are thinking seriously about running their colt next in the $2-million UAE Derby (gr. II-UAE) at Nad al Sheba Racecourse on March 23.

Twin Dream

By Gary McMillen -- Talking to twins Dennis and Jimmy Richard is like listening to a Cheech and Chong record. They finish each other's sentences. Each seems to know what the other is thinking about. Lately, they have a one-track mind, and that's getting their sprinter Bonapaw to Dubai.

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