(CNN)Arrogate overcame a disastrous start to win Saturday's Dubai World Cup and confirm his status as thoroughbred racing's new superstar. The four-year-old colt was claiming his seventh straight victory, including the lucrative Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes in January. Arrogate started as an overwhelming favorite to win the 2,000m race at Meydan Racecourse, but was baulked coming out of the stalls and had to come from the back of the field under jockey Mike Smith. The world's best horse Arrogate wins the Dubai World Cup in style and has now earned more money than any horse has ever done before!
London (AFP) - Ireland lock Donnacha Ryan is set to join French club Racing 92 on a two-year deal, the Irish Examiner reported Saturday.If the Munster second row does head to Top 14 champions Racing at the end of the season, he will be rejoining former
Overwhelming favourite Arrogate won the $10 million Dubai World Cup on Saturday, overcoming a poor start to become the sport's biggest earning horse with $17 million to its name. The Bob Baffert trained colt with 51-year-old jockey Mike Smith in the saddle came home ahead of Gun Runner in second and Neolithic who took third place. Four-year-old Arrogate went into the race as the odds-on favourite after an impressive win in the Breeders' Cup Classic but after a slow start out of the stalls, Smith had to weave his way through the field.