Fashion and Style at highest stakes during the most glamorous event of the year in Dubai.
Dubai Won under all points of view from fashion to glamour to style and of course the best horse race won from the best team
Thunder Snow benefited from a well-judged front-running ride from Christophe Soumillon to claim a surprise victory in the Dubai World Cup at Meydan.
Bentabl’s victory in the $6 million
followed by Hawkbill in the $6m Dubai Sheema Classic, before Thunder Snow landed the big one – the $10m Dubai World Cup.
Thunder Snow brought the roof down at Meydan after leading all the way to win Dubai’s most prestigious equine prize in a new track record.
It capped a fantastic evening for Godolphin and their most successful and longest serving trainer Saeed bin Suroor in the Dubai World Cup.
Thunder Snow under Christophe Soumillon won by more than five lengths from American hall of fame trainer Bob Baffert’s West Coast and Mubtaahij to complete a four-timer for the racing operation of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Best dressed man
The best Best Dressed Man prize went to Nader Telab from Sudan, who was very excited to have won. “I used to be a stylist and created my own three piece suit.”
It’s a white blazer and pants and a blue waist coat. He also carried with him a royal blue umbrella with a golden handle. He high-fived every other nominee as his name was announced, then took a bow.
Most creative hat
Charlotte Coddis, an artist based in Dubai and maker of wearable art, bagged the most creative hat award at the Style Stakes. Made it out of wire and plastic, her hand-made hat was inspired by the French artist Henry Mattise.