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Freddie Head has two ready for Dubai

Dubai: Freddy Head, the first man ever to win Breeders' Cup races both as a jockey and trainer, says he is hoping to realise an ambition when two of his stable stars take their chances at the Dubai International Racing Carnival.


The good-humoured Frenchman has three horses based in Dubai, with Marinous and Rajsaman being prepared for a shot at the Dubai World Cup meeting.


"You need to have the right horse to send over to Dubai and I'm hoping that they are Marinous and Rajsaman," said Head when he visited the Emirates to oversee their preparations.


"They've settled in well over here and I believe that both tracks, the Tapeta or the turf, will suit them. They travel well and tough horses don't mind the change of conditions.

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