Flat Racing: Dubaï Derby / Trotting: Prix d'Amérique
The Dubaï Derby, a race without handicap on 2200m (for the 1 and 2 years old) and 1600m (for the 3 to 8 years old) is the 4th qualifying race of the “Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe”, the biggest Flat race which occurs every last day of the month.
The Dubaï Derby (a total of 8 races, one for each age generation) will occur tonight as from 23h30 GMT.
The last two qualifying races of the “Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe” will be held on the 21st (the Epsom Downs Derby on 1600m for the 1 and 2 years old, 2200m for the 3 to 8 years old) and the 27th (the Churchill Downs Derby on 2200m for the 1 and 2 years old, 3000m for the 3 to 8 years old).
Another main event of the day is the “Prix de Belgique” for trotting, qualifier for the “Prix d'Amérique”, the biggest trotting race of the game which is also held on the last day of the month just like the “Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe”. The “Prix de Belgique” is held tonight for the 8 generations between 20h01 (for the 1 year old) and 20h08 (for the 8 years old), one race at each minute.
Nominal Stud fees:
€8.0 in Flat Racing (€5.0 funding to the Flat Racing Prize Pool).
€3.0 in Hurdling, plus a €1.5 optional supplementary fee to give a future access to Golden Races.
€4.0 in Trotting (€1.0 funding to the Trot&Harness Racing Prize Pool).
The final stud fee is negociated between the breeder (the owner of the stud mare) et the stallion's owner. The nominal stud fee is deducted from the final stud fee which is credited into the stallion owner's account. The stallion's owner also pays an additional 10% on his profit.
The Random Number Generator (RNG), scaling, and mapping algorithms used (in small proportion) in the transmission from one generation to another of genetic factors (heredity and breeding algorithms) have been independantly evaluated as fair and not predictable.