What To Wear
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Traditionally, attendees dress up and look their best at horse races worldwide, and we encourage this practice for our racedays.

Saudi Cup

The Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia and Ministry Of Culture encourage our guests to celebrate Saudi culture by dressing in styles inspired by the heritage costumes traditionally worn around the Kingdom.

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Men – Permitted

Daglah or Sayah with agal and ghutra or shemagh. Thobe and bisht with agal and ghutra or shemagh. Formal national dress of your country. Formal dress uniform of any serving military personnel. Suit including jacket. Tie optional.

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Men – Not Permitted

Casual attire including jeans, t-shirt and shorts. Promotional items

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Women – Permitted

Abaya and Thobe whose designs are inspired by the traditional fashions of Saudi Arabia. In terms of lengths and fabrics, a modest approach aligned with Saudi traditions should be taken. Formal national dress of your country. Formal dress uniform of any serving military personnel. Suit including jacket.

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Women – Not Permitted

Casual attire including jeans, t-shirt and shorts. Promotional items.

Saudi Cup Dress Code

In collaboration, with Ministry of Culture, we are pleased to have collaborated with Saudi heritage fashion expert Dr. Laila Albassam and illustrator Norah Sahman to bring you the Saudi Cup Dress Code.
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Other Racedays

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Permitted

There is no dress code but we encourage guests to dress smartly.

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Not Permitted

Casual attire including jeans, t-shirt and shorts. Promotional items.