Can Dubai's World Cup compete with older races

With $10m prize-money, Dubai World Cup is the richest horse-race in the world.

Huge sums of money have been spent to put Dubai on the horse-racing map.

But how sustainable is this spending spree and can big prize money ever compete with the prestige of the older races like Kentucky and the Epsom Derby?

Katy Watson reports.

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