The Bahrain Turf Series, which will run from December to February, will be comprised of ten £50,000 races and are framed for international horses rated 85-100.
Frankie Dettori, Andrea Atzeni and Mickael Barzalona are among the jockeys in town for the Crown Prince’s Cup.
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Trainer George Baker is to complement his UK training operation with a satellite yard in Bahrain with a brief to attract new owners.
Star Japanese mare Deirdre is set to be retired after running in Friday’s Bahrain International Trophy under new jockey Hollie Doyle.
An international field also featuring Sovereign, Lord Glitters, Desert Encounter and Dream Castle are heading to Bahrain for the £500,000 event.
Aidan O’Brien’s 2019 Irish Derby winner has been added to the field for the second running of Bahrain’s international race.
Godolphin’s Barney Roy is one of eight individual G1 winners from eight nations entered for the Bahrain International Trophy.