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2012 Dubai World Cup: Odds, Post Positions, and Entries

2012 Dubai World Cup

Let’s preview the 2012 Dubai World Cup odds, post positions, and entries before Saturday’s post time.


The 2012 Dubai World Cup is coming up this weekend and we wanted to take a second to preview all the important information surrounding this great race.  There are 14 Dubai World Cup entries this year going for their share of the $10,000,000 purse, and the horses will be running roughly 10 furlongs on Tapeta synthetic dirt.


Listed below are the 2012 Dubai World Cup entries, odds, and their respective post positions.  All of the Dubai World Cup odds used in this article are from Bovada Sportsbook, and we highly recommend you bet on horse racing with them.  They are currently offering our readers a 100% cash bonus to bet on the Dubai World Cup, and the deal is good for up to $125 in free money!  Simply click on the link we’ve provided in this paragraph to sign-up, claim your bonus, and bet on the 2012 Dubai World Cup.


2012 Dubai World Super Odds, Entries, and Post Positions:


1 – Master of Hounds – 16/1

2 – Eishin Flash – 14/1

3 – Zazou – 12/1

4 – So You Think – 5/2

5 – Smart Falcon – 11/2

6 – Planteur – 14/1

7 – Royal Delta – 10/1

8 – Monterosso – 22/1

9 – Silver Pond – 16/1

10 – Transcend – 16/1

11 – Capponi – 14/1

12 – Prince Bishop -33/1

13 – Mendip – 25/1

14 – Game On Dude – 7/1


Horses from the United States and Ireland have generally done very well in the Dubai World Cup, but Japan was dominant last year and a trained in France and owned in Brazil took home top honors in 2009.  This year has once again attracted plenty of international horses with Eishin Flash, Smart Falcon, and Transcend coming over from Japan, So You Think bringing her dominant stretch runs from New Zealand, and Irish runners Planteur, Capponi, and Prince Bishop looking to pull off upsets.  Monterosso is from Great Britain while Zazou comes in from Germany and Silver Pond making the trip from France.


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