Dubai World Cup: One of the world's richest horse races is postponed over the coronavirus pandemic

Published 2020/03/22

Race organisers said it was off "to safeguard the health of all participants".

It was due to be the 25th edition of the fixture, which has total prize money of $35m (£30m) including $12m (£10.3) in the feature race.

In 2019, Thunder Snow became the first horse to win the Dubai World Cup twice when he retained his title after a photo finish with Gronkowski.