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Dubai World Cup to be contested without paid hospitality spectators – News

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The 2020 Dubai World Cup at Meydan will be held without paid hospitality spectators in the wake of coronavirus outbreak, a statement from the Dubai Racing Club said on Thursday night.

All supporting Dubai World Cup events, including the Post-Position Draw (Wednesday, March 25), Breakfast with the Stars (Thursday, March 26) and Welcome Reception (Thursday, March 26), have been cancelled.

Race day events, including entertainment, have also been cancelled.

Only horse connections, racing officials, accredited media and sponsors will be permitted entry. All races will be contested and regulated in a standard fashion and results will be recorded officially.

 





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