Top 2 winter flat Horse races

The flat horse racing is not a an easy-to-do sports in Europe; here is a list of the leading winter flat horse races.

Pegasus World Cup Turf in 2019.

The flat horse racing in Europe comes to a grinding halt over the winter months in the northern hemisphere.

Horses that compete in the flat racing discipline require pristine turf to compete on for the major events, forcing the operation to shut down between November and April, as jumps racing takes over the calendar, notably in the United Kingdom.

However, the rise in popularity of the sport in the Middle East ensures that flat racing remains poignant even when not at the centre of attention. We'll now discuss the leading events and their importance to the global flat racing calendar.

1. Pegasus World Cup

The Pegasus World Cup was the most lucrative horse racing event for two years before being surpassed by the Dubai World Cup.

The purse for the race is still a substantial amount at $3m, making it well worth the visit to Gulfstream Park, Florida, for the contest for the leading owners and trainers in the business.

Knicks Go won the event in 2021 and is the leading contender to triumph once more in 2022. However, by monitoring today's racing results from the United States, you will be able to judge the other contenders in the field that could make a charge for the crown.

Fast horse racing results from Paddy Power have streamlined the process, giving you the information you need for your horse racing wagers quickly and correctly.

The best horses in American horse racing compete in the Pegasus World Cup. Although it does not hold the prestige of the top events such as the Kentucky Derby or Breeders’ Cup Classic, it is a race that all the trainers, owners, and jockeys want to win to end their season on a high note.

Great horses of the past, including Arrogate and Gun Runner, have triumphed at Gulfstream, and there will no doubt be others to join their illustrious company in the future.

2. Dubai World Cup

As previously mentioned, the Dubai World Cup has regained its place as the most lucrative horse race globally. It takes place in March of every year and has been a perennial part of the calendar since 1996.

Over the years, the standard of competition has been elevated, partly due to the riches that are on offer for winning the contest and the desire of European trainers to get their respective charges into form ahead of the flat racing season on the continent.

A great diversity of horses compete in the race from all corners of the globe, which does not occur very often given that seasons tend to overlap, especially between Europe and the United States.

The dirt surface tends to suit horses from the United States over Europe, given their familiarity with conditions.

However, in recent seasons the trend has been bucked by the Irish thoroughbred Thunder Snow winning back-to-back contests in 2018 and 2019. The race continues to produce high-quality moments, which should continue in 2022 and beyond.