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|Here is "Dubai Camel Racecourse", NOT " The Nad Al Sheba Horse Racecourt". The "Nad Al Sheba Horse Racecourt" is one mile to the east.|
The Dubai Camel Racecourse plays host to the popular local sport of camel racing held on Thursdays and Fridays. The camel racing season runs from November to March and begin early in the morning until mid-afternoon.
|March 25th 2006 will see the eleventh running of the world's richest race, the US$6,000,000 Dubai World Cup (Gr.I) at Nad Al Sheba Racecourse. Along with the Dubai World Cup, there are a further five Thoroughbred Group races and a Group One for Purebred Arabians, ensuring the day is one of the most significant in global Thoroughbred horseracing.||08/23/2005||580|
|Windsor Racecourse, also known as Royal Windsor Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Windsor, Berkshire.|
|Bromford Bridge Racecourse was a racecourse in the Bromford area of Birmingham, England.|
|Racecourse in South Wales, home to the Welsh Grand National.||09/11/2007||663|
|National Hunt racecourse in Gloucestershire. Home of the world famous annual festival.||09/11/2007||631|
|The racecourse of F1 races in Brazil - São Paulo||07/05/2005||1,219|
|The Canadian Coast Guard Ship Des Groseilliers is an icebreaker in the Canadian Coast Guard. |
The vessel has participated in a number of research voyages, including Ice Station Sheba. As part of the Sheba project the Groseillier allowed itself to be frozen into the ice for the duration of the long, dark, arctic winter, to serve as a base for scientific researchers.
|Racecourse near Dublin.||09/11/2007||834|
|Racecourse on the Sussex downs, home to the famous "Glorious Goodwood" meeting.||09/11/2007||655|
|Wye Racecourse (29 May 1849 – 2 May 1974) was a British horse racing venue, situated in East Kent between Ashford and Canterbury about 600 yards south of Wye railway station.|
|Hurst Park Racecourse was a racecourse at Moulsey Hurst, West Molesey, Surrey. It was first laid out in 1890 and sold for residential housing in 1962. The Triumph Hurdle was run here from 1939 until the course closed. The last race to be held here was the Byfleet Stakes, the 4.30 on Wednesday 10 October 1962 and was won by the 11/8 favourite Anaasa. Mansfield Town F.C. bought one of the grandst...||12/31/2011||278|