The Dubai World Cup is a thoroughbred horse race that the Meydan Racecourse in Dubai hosts. While the term “World Cup” can be associated with many sports, this one deals with the sport of kings. The Emirates Racing Authority hosts the cup, and it consists of 8 Thoroughbred contests and one Purebred Arabian contest, with the final happening on the last night. This year, the 26th running of the final race in the cup will be held on Saturday, March 25th, 2023. As with anything in Dubai, it will be a memorable experience. However, most of us will have to see it on TV to enjoy it. Fortunately, several countries and networks will show the cup. If you are traveling or want to watch other coverage, you need to connect to a VPN.
While the Dubai World Cup is not that old, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum created this Race in 1996. The race has some of the most well-known horses in the field. Unfortunately, they canceled the 2020 version. This year, everyone is excited to see the horses return for a second year in a row. Here are some of the horses that will race.
- Algiers (IRE)
- Bendoog (USA)
- Country Grammer (USA)
- Crown Pride (JPN)
- Panthalassa (JPN)
- Remorse (IRE)
- Salute the Soldier (GER)
Certainly, there quite a few other horses you can expect to see. The entire list of horses has 157 entries and here is the full list.
Now, we’ll take a look at the broadcast partners.
|Hong Kong||HKJC TV, TVB, Cable, Now TV|
|UK / Europe||Racing TV, Sky Sports Racing|
|North Africa||Yupp TV|
For those that do not have access to those ways, you would need to connect to a VPN to get coverage. Keep in mind that you may need an external streaming service to access some of them. Then, all you have to do is connect to a country that offers coverage, and you are all set. That is all you have to do if you want to watch the final race. Whether you just want to watch or watch your favorite coverage, You will want to use a provider with fast connections to help you get around geo-blocks and stream the events live with a VPN.