How Much Will Life Is Good Pay Out To Win The 2022 Dubai World Cup?

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Tony Caliente
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Life Is Good was coming in as the -110 favorite to win this year's Dubai World Cup with a slightly higher risk versus payout.  One has to bet $11 to win $10 with that $11 bet refunded and a $10 profit realized, provided Life is Good wins. 


Life is indeed good for Life is Good has he's won his last three races and six of seven starts.  He's finished no worse than 2nd place.

Those wins include the Pegasus World Cup-G1, Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile-G1 and Kelso Handicap-G2.  He's only come up short at the H. Allen Jerkens Memorial-G1 back in August of last year.

This race will be a test for the favorite.  Owned by China Horse Club and WinStar Farm, Life Is Good has yet to tackle 1 1/4 miles miles.

"It's a great race, with great tradition and a great history and hopefully Life Is Good can add his name to it," said Elliott Walden, CEO, president, and racing manager of WinStar Farm. "He's such a special horse. He has shown it every time he's gone on the racetrack and we hope he'll do it again Saturday."

The oddsmakers see Hot Rod Charlie as his only competition, coming in at 3-1 odds.

Odds to Win the Dubai World Cup

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Life Is Good


Hot Rod Charlie


Country Grammer


Midnight Bourbon


Chuwa Wizard


Real World


Magny Cours




Grocer Jack




Aero Trem


- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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