Hold on to your hats. You’ve never seen a horse race promo like this one:
Come on, US race fans and horse lovers, you know you’re dying to see coverage of this one on American TV.
We can watch the 2014 Dubai World Cup on Sunday, March 29 from 1 to 2:30 pm EDT on Fox Sports 1.
After I post information, readers contact me with information. In addition to US cable TV, we can also watch:
On the smartphone app Horse Racing Now (it’s free)
If you’re a race fan outside the US, you can watch on the English-language channel of beIN SPORTS.
There may be other sources as other readers offer them, but I won’t be able to update this particular post.
Some of the best horses and jockeys in the world. All that money on the line. A look at “Sheik Mo’s” monument to racing, the Meydan Racecourse.
That FS1, as the channel will be written in your local TV schedule, is airing the DWC for an hour and a half tells me this won’t just be a half hour of coverage of the race, as we saw with the Santa Anita Handicap earlier this month. Not that there was anything wrong with that. Coverage is coverage.
BTW: Hey, Fox Sports 1, don’t think we didn’t appreciate the vertical “supers” during the post parade, allowing us to watch the horses’ legs when they walked. Thanks!