Dubai Racing Club (DRC) serves to organise and host horseracing at Meydan Racecourse, from November through to March, including the Dubai World Cup. Formed in 1992 to further develop and promote horseracing in Dubai, the first races held under rules were contested in March 1992 at the Nad Al Sheba Racecourse. Dubai World Cup is the highlight of Dubai’s sporting and social calendar and attracts the best horses and riders from all over the world. It is the world’s most spectacular race day with a total prize money of US$ 30.5 million for the showcase of nine races, including US$ 12 million at stake in the title contest. Meydan Racecourse is the world’s largest integrated racing facility and the racing season plays a key role in international horse racing.
Horseracing began in the Emirate of Dubai in October 1981, when the dusty Camel Track hosted the first Thoroughbred race meeting. Three races were run - a sprint, a mile, and a mile and a half, organized by the office of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai...
SHEIKH RASHID BIN DALMOUK BIN JUMA AL MAKTOUM, CHAIRMAN
MAJOR GENERAL MOHAMMED ESSA AL ADHAB, BOARD MEMBER AND GENERAL MANAGER
KHALIFA THANI BIN ABOOD AL FALASI, BOARD MEMBER
There is an exciting range of opportunities waiting for you.
Dubai Racing Club organises and hosts racing at Meydan Racecourse, the world’s largest integrated racing facility with the season playing a key role in international horse racing.
Our team is dedicated, passionate and hard working. If you are looking to join the fascinating, fast-paced sport of horseracing and have expertise in event management, media relations, marketing, social media, sponsorship, operations, finance, procurement, IT and more, we invite you to contact us.
We are always looking for the world's finest talent across a diverse range of disciplines. If you are currently involved with horses or have expertise in a relevant field, please contact us with your interest and CV at [email protected]