The feature Group One Dubai World Cup rounds off the card and we are siding with the Doug O'Neill trained Hot Rod Charlie.
The American exploit is a dual Grade One winner on fast ground last year over in the US over nine furlongs and if replicating that form in this could be very tough to pass.
Three starts ago in November he finished a narrow fourth of eight in the Breeders' Cup Classic at Del Mar, which looks very strong form.
Next time out on Boxing Day in the Grade Two Antonio Stakes at Santa Anita he was a nose second.That would have set him up perfectly for his first run in Dubai last time out when taking to the conditions perfectly to blitz a strong field by close to six lengths in the Grade Two Al Maktoum Challenge.
Looks the value behind the favourite and having a likeable profile on dirt is always preferable in this race.