Meydan Racecourse Live Stream, Watch the Dubai World Cup 2015 live online!
Today we have the latest odds and links for live coverage of The Dubai World Cup races from Meydan racetrack. The live racing stream for today’s The Dubai World Cup races can be watched via a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or any other smartphone or tablet! Below, you’ll find the latest odds compared over the UK’s top 3 bookmakers with California Chrome out in front followed by Lea and Epiphaneia.
As for the live video streaming, the coverage available via bet365 will enable you to watch all the action live online with English commentary and high quality live video. The Dubai World Cup is just one of several middle eastern race events available to watch online this year. Check back for any alternative streaming links for coverage of this year’s DWC 2015.
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Dubai World Cup Race Schedule
4pm – Dubai Kahayla Classic, US$1m (Dh3.67m)
4.40pm – Godolphin Mile, $1m
5.15pm – Dubai Gold Cup, $1m
5.55pm – UAE Derby, $2m
6.30pm – Al Quoz Sprint, $1m
7.05pm – Dubai Golden Shaheen, $2m
7.40pm – Dubai Turf, $6m
8.15pm – Dubai Sheema Classic, $6m
9pm – Dubai World Cup, $10m
Check back for the latest live antepost, pre-race and live odds heading into Saturday’s Dubai World Cup. All the runner info, form, track news and more will be available.
See above for the latest official stream to start watching today’s races on your pc, iPad, iPhone or mac. Live feeds are available via flash and html5, so you can watch via your browser on any device from the UK, Ireland and many other countries with no fee or pay per view cost.