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As we head into Darleys Week, we will be featuring different aspects of the glorious weekend ahead, including the Darley Awards at the historic Dolby Theatre (home of the Academy Awards), the $100,000 Darley Award Stakes at Santa Anita – one of the most lucrative Arabian races on the USA's racing calendar, and the Gala Dinner and ARC Stallion Auction.

Can't join us? You can watch all the events live online from a variety of live streaming options, which we'll cover this week.

Get ready to get your party on in the most glamorous city in the world: HOLLYWOOD.
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Can you post the agenda for the weekend? Fridays start time at the Dolby, and for Saturdays afternoon at the races at Santa Anita?


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2017 Dubai Kahayla Classic RESULTS IN

Reda Wins in Exhilarating Kahayla Classic Finish Over USA-Bred RB Burn

Julian Smart celebrated his third Dubai Kahayla Classic title when Reda under Harry Bentley stormed from the middle of the field to cross the finishing line first in the 2,000-metre race for the Purebred Arabians.

AF Mathmoon, attempting to win back-to-back Kahayla titles was made to set the early pace followed by Loraa, TM Thunder Struck, last year’s runner-up, and RB Burn occupying the first four places.

This order did not change until they moved on to the home stretch. RB Burn under Gerald Avranche challenged AF Mathmoon in an impressive surge, but the Eric Lemartinel-trained runner had no answer to the exhilarating late finish of Reda.

It was also Reda’s biggest career prize in 16 starts. Smart won the Kahayla with Nez D’Or in 2002 for the late UAE President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan and landed a second with Jaafer in 2010 for Qatar.​

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Mathmoon was found to have bled during the race.

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