Keystroke poised for Dubai bow


THE Dubai World Cup Carnival starts tomorrow and Keystroke is all set to represent trainer Jeremy Noseda on the opening card at Meydan.

The six-year-old, who runs in the colours of Front Runner Racing, contests a seven-furlong handicap on the turf. He arrived in Dubai a week ago and all has gone well leading into the race.

Jeremy said: “Keystroke is in good form and tomorrow’s race has been the plan for a while. 

“It is a competitive handicap and the ground will be the key as to what level he performs at. If he handles it well, he’ll be really competitive and put up a bold show.”

John Egan will ride Keystroke, who is drawn ninth of 12.