Americans eye win at world's richest horse race
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Since opening its doors in 2010, the Meydan Racecourse and its all-weather surface has not been kind to American horses in the $10 million Dubai World Cup.
They have never won the world's richest horse race at Meydan despite sending top horses including Game on Dude last year and three-time Eclipse Award winner Gio Ponti in 2011. American horses regularly won on the old dirt track, taking eight of the first 14 races.
But Saturday's race could be different.
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