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Remorse (Pic – ERA)

The Dubai World Cup night’s second event is the Gr 2 Goldolphin Mile on the dirt and the Bhupat Seemar-trained seven-year-old gelding Remorse has a South African connection as he is out of a Trippi mare.

His dam was the smart racehorse Jealous Again, who won a Gr 3 in the USA over five furlongs before going to Royal Ascot and winning the Gr 2 Queen Mary Stakes over five furlongs.

Remorse finished second in the Gr 1 Al Maktoum Challenge over a mile and two furlongs on the dirt on Super Saturday in 2022 and was beaten by only 4,75 lengths by Country Grammar in the Dubai World Cup that year.

However, he was beaten 19,25 lengths in last year’s World Cup and in his only run since was beaten 17 lengths in the Gr 2 Al Maktoum Classic over a mike and one-and-a-half furlongs at this year’s Super Saturday meeting.

He is drawn 13 out of 13 on Saturday and Pat Cosgrave rides.