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Supreme Novices' Hurdle hero Labaik is set to go under the hammer at the Goffs UK Aintree Sale next Thursday.
The previously recalcitrant grey put his best foot forward to run out a smart winner of the Cheltenham Festival curtain-raiser and will now be offered at the inaugural sale at Aintree, which takes place in the winner's enclosure after racing on the opening day of the Grand National meeting.
Mutakayyef is likely to head straight to the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot following a creditable effort at Meydan on Saturday.
Making his first appearance since being narrowly denied by the great mare Tepin in Canada last September, the William Haggas-trained six-year-old was not beaten far into fifth place in the Dubai Turf.
Magical Memory is set to begin his bid for sprinting honours this Flat season by attempting back-to-back victories in the Duke of York Stakes in May.
The five-year-old enjoyed his finest hour in 2016 when lifting the six-furlong Group Two feature on the Knavesmire, but was unable to top that with victory at the highest level.
Vazirabad won the Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan for the second successive year to take the prize back to France once more.
Christophe Soumillon was content to sit right out at the back on Alain de Royer-Dupre's stayer, as Big Orange put the pace to the race under Frankie Dettori.
Bob Baffert believes the key attribute Arrogate has over his Dubai World Cup rivals is how much ground he covers with his stride.
The Khalid Abdullah-owned four-year-old has not even been racing for a full year, yet has already won the Travers Stakes, the Breeders' Cup Classic and the inaugural Pegasus World Cup.
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