Bobby Zen

After four races, four different countries have been represented by winners on Dubai World Cup night and the G2 UAE Derby went to Japan, once again. Already an international sensation after taking the G3 Saudi Derby over 1600 metres last month, FOREVER YOUNG (JPN) (c, 3, Real Steel {Jpn}–Forever Darling, by Congrats) overcame a wide break from stall 11 and a wide trip for most of the race to prevail over pacesetter Auto Bahn (Arg) (Asiatic Boy {Arg}) and run up his record to a perfect five-for-five. The $1-million contest over 1900 metres is a qualifier for the GI Kentucky Derby in May and worth 200 points (100-50-25-15-10) on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. The final time was 1:57.89.
O-Susumu Fujita. B-Northern Racing (Jpn). T-Yoshito Yahagi.

 

FOREVER YOUNG フォーエバーヤング!!

The Japanese raider books his ticket for the @KentuckyDerby with a win in the the UAE equivalent. #DWC24

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— World Horse Racing (@WHR) March 30, 2024

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