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Final update from Meydan

We are now 24 hours from the first race of the 2011 Dubai World Cup and there is absolute electricity running through the connections, media, and anyone else connected with the event.  Meydan looks better than ever and a record crowd to witness racing in the Emirates is expected  as the full facility is accessible this season.  A few final thoughts, in no particular order, below.

1.  CAPE BLANCO (Dubai World Cup) is reported to have sweated through again this morning.  I personally didn’t witness it, but a most respected advisor did, and thought it was still telling...  
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