Dubai World Cup: Charlie Eplby Gives Sky Sports Racing the Truth About Meidan Manobo, Man Of Promise and Yibir Hopes | Racing News – NewsRaiser

As usual in all the best matches of the world, the champion coach Charlie Eplby arrives at the Dubai World Cup this Saturday with an embarrassment about wealth.

His team is not represented in the Godolphin race, with live coverage of Sky Sports Racing at 4:30 p.m. .

Meanwhile, Eplby sends out three potential players in the first group of the Al Quoz Sprint (13:35), the stable jockey William Buicks has chosen to continue the race three times and the distance winner Man Of Promise.

Manobo

Dubai Gold Cup

“He is five out of five and was impressive in his last start. In that start, the conditions were right for him, but I think he will be able to adjust to the trip again.

“The track is right for him and he is a horse they all have to overcome. »

promise man

Al Quoz Sprint

“He marks the winner of his track and distance in his last start and last year.

“He’s a typical sprinter, and now he’s finished five. Mentally he knows what to do and is physically able to keep up with what he’s shown in the past.

“William [Buick] left him on Super Saturday and said, “If he’s in that shape on World Cup night, I don’t want to leave him,” and so he chose him again. »

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Appleby says the home advantage could help Man Of Promise prevail over a stable member of Creative Force in Saturday’s Al Quoz sprint at the Dubai World Cup, live on Sky Sports Racing.

creative power

Al Quoz Sprint

“It’s your typical Dubai – just like a rock. Man Of Promise is rising, but he has a profile, and the Creative Force has been and has done it.

“On Champion Day, he showed the world how good he is.

“He deliberately left with Yibir later, but he has adapted well and is in great shape.”

naval crown

Al Quoz Sprint

“He defeated Al Fahidi, and that form worked well with Said bin Surur [Storm Damage] victory on saturday.

“In Arabia [last time out] 14 of 14 were drawn to us, and it was always a difficult question.

“One thing we’ve noticed is that he has a natural pace and we think his choice in the UK is Lennox as a starting point, but we thought we’d compete with him in Al Quoz to see if the sprint could still opens some doors for him. ”

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William Bucks celebrates after driving with Yibir to victory in Breeders’ Cup Turf

Yibir

Sheema Classic

“Last season we involved him in the classic trial for the simple reason that we thought he would be a horse of this caliber.

“He is a character, and unfortunately he began to find his true form until he had to accept the ‘most cruel cut’.” [gelding operation].

“From three to four years ago, he did all the right things physically, so if he shows up with his thinking in the right place, he’ll be a great player.”

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