2022 Dubai Turf Betting Odds at Meydan racecourse

Saturday, 26 March 2022

There is a wide open look about the Dubai Turf 2022 betting odds, with Lord North among the favourites. Trainer John Gosden will hope for a big run from the six-year-old, although the latest horse racing odds indicate that there are lots of lively contenders for this big Grade One showdown at Meydan.

Schnell Meister, Mohaafeth and Dubai Honour are among the other horse racing betting favourites, with the top horse racing betting sites providing lots of prices for these contenders and it will be interesting to see where you can land horse racing price boosts.

2022 Dubai Turf betting

Lord North was sent off as the 11/8 betting favourite for the 2021 Dubai Turf and it was an impressive three-length victory as Frankie Dettori steered the John Gosden-trained runner home over one mile and one furlong. There was money for the horse considering that the charge opened at 13/8 and it could be that we see a repeat victory in this race.

At the age of six, this is a horse with plenty of experience and the runner ran into a credible fourth place in the Longines Breeders' Cup Turf on 7 November 2020, with Tarnawa and Magical among the horses that Lord North found too good on that occasion. There was also a victory in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes on 17 June 2020.

When looking at the 2022 Dubai Turf betting odds, Lord North is among the favourites and the horse racing betting sites are certainly respecting a runner that has the course and distance. However, Schnell Meister is an interesting four-year-old who could be a great pretender when it comes to the Meydan Racecourse betting odds.

The Takahisa Tezuka-trained horse is clearly open to plenty of progression at a young age, with the German-bred runner having finished second in the Mile Championship at the Japanese racecourse of Hanshin on 21 November 2021. The horse previously won the Mainichi Okan by a head over a distance of one mile and one furlong.

If you compare the various 2022 Dubai Turf betting odds, then you can find the biggest prices available with the top horse racing sites. Mohaafeth has certainly been tilted towards this race and it’s been interesting that money has come for the William Haggas-trained runner, with the four-year-old ran into fourth place in the 2021 Juddmonte International Stakes.

Previously to this, the horse was sent off as the 4/5 betting favourite to win the Sky Bet York Stakes on 24 July, although the Haggas runner had previously been a star turn when landing four consecutive victories. It started on the all-weather at Lingfield Park Racecourse before stepping up in class to secure a handicap race at Newmarket in April 2021.

Following on from this performance, there was then a triumph in the Betfair Newmarket Stakes and then came a victory in Hampton Court Stakes at Royal Ascot. Further improvement will be needed to get in the winners enclosure at Meydan Racecourse although many Dubai Turf betting tips might be to recommend an each-way wager on the horse.


2021 Dubai Turf Betting Tips

The 2021 Dubai Turf takes place on Saturday 27 March and forms part of an illustrious Dubai World Cup night racecard, with the qualified horses competing over a distance of 1,800 metres and it will take place at Meydan Racecourse, one of the leading race tracks in the United Arab Emirates.

Indeed, the Dubai Turf is one of the biggest horse races in the UAE racing season and this is illustrated by the fact that winning connections can scoop around $6 million in prize money, with this Group 1 flat horse race being run over one mile and one furlong, with the race open to any horses aged four or older.

Who Are the Favourites to Win 2021 Dubai Turf?

The 2021 Dubai Turf betting odds are starting to hot up, with Contrail currently trading as favourite with some bookmakers and this Japanese horse recently enjoyed a six-race winning run before being narrowly thwarted by Almond Eye in the recent Japan Cup, although there is still plenty to like about a horse likely to line up in this race.

Contrail was an impressive winner of the Japanese St Leger race when obliging over one mile and seven furlongs at short odds and should benefit from this type of distance for the Dubai Turf, with Yoshito Yahagi looking to get a fine tune out of a horse that looks certain to qualify.

Mishriff is another interesting contender and the John Gosden-trained runner recently scored an impressive victory when landing the spoils in the Saudi Cup, with the horse beating American raider Charlatan to deliver the goods and the horse certainly bounced back from a sub-par display in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot.

The betting for the Dubai Turf is still taking shape although Lord Glitters looks to be another likely starter in this race and the David O’Meara-trained charge won the Group 2 Singspiel Stakes at Meydan in January before finishing third in the Al Rashidiya at the same course.

The History of the Dubai Turf

The Dubai Turf has been in operation since 1996 and forms the centrepiece of Dubai World Cup night in March, with the opening few runnings of this race taking place on a dirt track although it was switched to turf in 2000 and this encounter then achieved Group 1 status in 2002. From that point onwards, it has grown in prestige to become one of the leading horse races in the world.

The Dubai Turf has been run at Meydan Racecourse since 2010. Previously to this, the race occurred at Nad Al Sheba Racecourse and this has been a race that has formed part of the Asian Mile Challenge on the racing calendar.