The 2010 Japan Cup, the second richest thoroughbred race in the world, will take place on November 28 at the iconic Tokyo Racecourse in Fuchu, Tokyo.
A Grade 1 race worth an incredible JP¥ 528,500,000 (approx. $5.5 million US), the Japan Cup is run over 2,400 and is an invitation only event set to attract an elite line-up of stayers from around the world.
Automatic Invitations to the Japan Cup 2010 go to the winner and runner-up of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes and the Prix de l’arc de Triomphe, as well as to the winner of the Arlington Million, Grosser Preis von Baden and the Irish Champion Stakes.
Currently 10 horses have accepted invitations for the 2010 Japan Cup, including Breeders’ Cup Turf winner Dangerous Midge from Britain, dual Oaks winning filly Snow Fairy and giant Canadian galloper Fifty Proof.
Australian racing fans and punters can also get in on the action of the Japan Cup with odds set to open on the great race at Luxbet within the next week.
So get ready for the international racing action of the Japan Cup 2010 by opening an account with the Tabcorp-owned Luxbet today!
Japan Cup 2010 Prize Money
|Participation Incentive Money|
2010 Japan Cup Prize Money for Winning Connections
|Jockey Training Assistant Groom||200,000||2,200||1,500||1,800||2,600||16,600|
* The currency exchange rate used in the charts are as follows.
(Approx. figures per exchange rates as of May 2010)