From the Desert to the Derby: Inside the Ruling Family of Dubai's Billion-Dollar Quest to Win America's Greatest Horse Race
This book covers the conflict between Skeikh Mohammed Rushed al Maktoum and the old-line Kentucky racing establishment. The book also brings to life some of the world's most exquisite Thoroughbred racing facilities in the world, and a battle that involves sports' such fertile ground; money, power, ego, and tradition.
27 pages matching runners in this book
Results 1-3 of 27
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
911 1 2 An American Tradition
Drawing a Line in the Sand
Pace Makes the Race
11 other sections not shown
2-year-olds American Arabian Baffert barn Belmont Bob Baffert bred Breeders breeding Churchill Downs Classic Coolmore Crisford Cup Juvenile debut Derby winner Dettori dirt Dubai World Cup early England Eoin Epsom Derby Espinoza Essence Of Dubai Europe European fans Fantastic Light favorite field filly final finish Flores gate Godolphin colt going Habibti Hamdan Harty Harty's horse racing Ibn Al Haitham Imperial Gesture jockey Johannesburg Keeneland Kentucky Derby lead looking Lukas Magnier Maktoum brothers Michael Tabor mile million Newmarket Northern Dancer O'Brien owners paddock Point Given Preakness prep races racetrack runners Sakhee Salman Sangster Santa Anita Santa Anita Derby Sheikh Mohammed Sheikh Mohammed's sire Sleeping Weapon sport sprint stable Stakes stallion Storm Cat stud Sunray Spirit Suroor Tempera Thoroughbred Corp Tiznow track trainer Triple Crown Turf turn UAE Derby wanted Winn wire workouts Worldly Manner yearling