Arrogate did it last year, controversially winning Horse of the Year for a performance that was the last time he won a race. An obscene amount of money for a surface almost exclusive to one continent, this year's edition has attracted a couple of European turf horses as well. Tasked with previewing the world's richest non-buy-in-invitational race is regular international racing aficionado Luke Humphreys, @WorldRacingLuke . ======================== Emirates Airline Dubai World Cup G1, 2000m, 1m2f, $USD10,000,000, Dirt Race 9 Meydan, 1750 BST, 2050 Local Time’ (PRICES LISTED ARE BEST AVAILABLE FRIDAY MORNING) 1 Awardee (66/1): Fifth here 12 months ago ten and a half lengths behind Arrogate. Didn’t have much luck in the Japanese trial for this at G1 level last time, unlikely to be good enough however. 2 North America (8/1): Won the principal trial race for this at G1 level over the C&D three weaks ago easily. This is much tougher and I don’t like
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