Trainer Mike de Kock’s three runners for the Dubai World Cup meeting on Saturday have drawn well for their races.

Majestic Mambo will jump from the No 5 gate in the Grade 1 Dubai Turf over 1800m, reports Turf talk.

Yulong Prince (Surcharge) has drawn 10 of 12 in the same race but he is a versatile horse that can race from anywhere in a field and, arguably, the wider draw will help him to stay out of the scrum early.

Marinaresco has drawn the inside gate, No 1, for the Dubai Gold Cup over 3200m.

The Racing Post reports that defending champion and early favourite Thunder Snow has been pushed out to 11-2 (from 4s) for the Dubai World Cup itself after being drawn 12 of 13 for the $12-million contest.

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