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The Habibi Group Guide to Dubai World Cup

Many global race events of a variety of sorts happens every day. One of the world’s richest races takes place on March 30th at Meydan Racecourse, The Dubai World Cup. To those unaware, the race is a big deal for many reasons, and provided here for you. The current champion title belongs to Christophe Soumillion and Thunder Snow, who belongs to Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammaed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and the first horse to win the Dubai World Cup twice. The horse set a new speed record, crossing 2,000 meters in a jaw-dropping 2:01:38.

This day is quite literally the “richest day in racing”, as the cash price for the top racers is more than a wholesome amount. The winner and runner-up of the race will each get approximately $12 million dollars each, with a total race pot of $35 million dollars. The event unsurprisingly attracts the wealthy and famous from all across the globe, creating a hotspot networking opportunity with international  millionaires and billionaires. In recent years, some of the world’s biggest stars have headlined a concert right after the final race. This place is also a great location to show off some killer fashion ideas and trends, with sharp suits, fancy frocks, and magnificent millinery. The annual Style Stakes competition, held in Apron Views, has prizes for the most stylish racegoers, such as Best Dressed Couple and Most Creative Hat

The best, and most luxurious hotels that will exceed your expectations are the Burj Al Arab, The Bvlgari Resort Dubai, and Al Maha, A luxury Collection Desert Resort. These without question are one of the best in the world, and incomparable to any other. VIP perks are accessible and should be considered when looking to book. These stunning hotels are emblems of modern Dubai, and a symbol of extreme wealth. Some also only offer oversized suites, getting up to two floors connected by a marble staircase. Hermes amenities, villas and gardens, and seven-star meals is the type of life you’ll be living on your stay out in luxe-Dubai.

The impressive mile-long grandstand venue can hold 80,000 spectators and ticket prices ranging from $100-$1,200. The facility also holds a nine-hole golf course, luxury five-star hotel, and a roof-top swimming pool. In Dubai, you will find some of the world’s flat-out craziest, most “baller”things to do and see. Here enjoy serene safaris in the desert, dining in the world’s tallest building, and driving some of man’s most atrocious, exquisite automobiles ever. Anyone who goes is bound to have a great time with the people they go, and make new, important business connections. Afterall, “Meydan” is Arabic for “A place where people congregate.”