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Presvis back for more with another Carnival!

That headline deserves an exclamation point as the gallant old-boy Presvis, winner of the 2011 Dubai Duty Free, will return for yet another Dubai World Cup Carnival, according to reports today from the Racing Post. 
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Can't wait to see Presvis back in action again on Thursday in the G2 Al Rashidiya over in Dubai!! I think it's very fitting that Luca Cumani and his connections decided to bring him back to Meydan for one more Dubai Racing Carnival, his fourth, for what likely be his swansong. Presvis has been such a warrior over the years. He's traveled all over the world and raced in the biggest venues in the UK, Dubai, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He's a G1 winner in Hong Kong, having won the 2009 Audemars Piguet Q.E.II Cup, and also in Dubai having won the 2011 Dubai Duty Free. He also has other multiple stakes wins in Dubai and the UK. In the 3 Carnivals that Presvis has raced in, he's won at least one race in each of them. Going back to the 2009 Carnival at Nad Al Sheba. But his form in Dubai at the 2011 Carnival was arguably the best of his career. When he blitzed the G2 Al Rashidiya field in his first start. Came back to finish 3rd in the G2 Jebel-Hatta, in a race where he hit the wire in a 3-way photo finish with Wigmore Hall and Poet's Voice, and then finally won the Dubai Duty Free that had eluded him for so long.

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