New UAE horse racing season to start on October 29


(MENAFN – Khaleej Occasions) The brand new horse racing season within the UAE can have its conventional October get started, the Emirates Racing Authority (ERA) showed overdue on Thursday night time.
The brand new season will start on the Al Ain Racecourse on October 29, the ERA introduced.
This consultation will witness 66 race days being staged around the 5 racecourses – Al Ain Racecourse, the Abu Dhabi Equestrian Membership, the historical Jebel Ali Racecourse, Sharjah Racecourse and the long-lasting Meydan Racecourse – within the nation.
Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Top Minister of the UAE, Minister of Presidential Affairs, who could also be the Chairman of the Emirates Racing Authority (ERA) licensed the fixture listing for the season.
“We’re happy to announce the ERA Race Fixture for the racing season 2020-21, which is able to give you the house owners, running shoes and lovers an built-in season at the UAE Five racecourses,” Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan mentioned in a remark.
“Via this fixture, we provide native and world races for the Thoroughbred and Arabian horses,” Sheikh Mansour added.
The season will get started and finish on the Al Ain Racecourse, with the general race assembly of the season to be hung on April 9. 2021.
The Meydan Racecourse in Dubai will host 19 race conferences in overall with 9 common race weekends, 9 Dubai International Cup Carnival race weekends and slightly clearly the landmark 25th renewal of the Dubai International Cup, which used to be postponed final season as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Dubai International Cup Carnival will start on January 7, 2021 with Tremendous Saturday, the get dressed practice session for the Dubai International Cup going down on March 6, 2021.
The $35 million Dubai International Cup will probably be staged in its conventional slot of the final Saturday of March which is 27.
Motion at Meydan will start on November 5.
Abu Dhabi will host 15, Al Ain 14, Jebel Ali 11 and Sharjah 7.


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