Bhupat Seemar's Zabeel Stables To Relocate To Meydan

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Dubai World Cup-winning trainer Bhupat Seemar is set to relocate his hugely successful Zabeel Stables to a new location at Meydan.

Seemar landed the $12-million G1 Dubai World Cup with the Juddmonte-owned Laurel River (Into Mischief), a victory that crowned a memorable season for the trainer given he landed a second UAE trainers' championship title.

However, pastures new beckon for Seemar, who explained that his large string will be better suited to the new facility. 

“To leave Zabeel with a Dubai World Cup as well as both the trainers' and jockeys' championship was the crowning glory,” the trainer told The National newspaper. 

“It was a good send-off and it was beautiful. I have spent 21 memorable years [there] but life has to move on. They are still putting in everything that we've had in Zabeel. So, there's a lot of work going on there. 

“It's going to be a wonderful facility. Green Stable is the biggest stable at Meydan. We have a large number of horses and that's the most suitable stable. I'm thankful they've offered this to us.”


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