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The picturesque Longchamp racecourse is situated in Paris, France. There are four courses in total, one big track, one medium, one small and a thousand-metre straight track. Racing takes place on the flat only – there is no jumps racing at Longchamp – and generally runs from late March until November, with 30 meetings planned for 2020.
Throughout the season, Longchamp plays host to no less than 18 Group 1 races and given the difficulty of the test on offer at what is a uniquely laid out venue, it’s no surprise that the winner of the track’s most famous race, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, is often the world’s most talented mile-and-a-half performer.
Our tipsters will provide tips for all of the major Longchamp meetings, with full reasoning provided for all betting picks, and the myracing website will also offer racecards and Racing Post comments for each and every runner.
The world’s best thoroughbred horse race in most people’s eyes is the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and it is undoubtedly the best contest on offer at Longchamp each year, with the race attracting all of the world’s best horses, jockeys & trainers, along with packed-out crowds attending the meeting.
It is a race open to colts and fillies aged 3 and over, and the roll of honour includes a huge list of equine legends, from two-time winners Enable and Treve, to superstars like Sea The Stars and Golden Horn.
In the sprinting division, the Group 1 Prix de l’Abbaye is another hugely prestigious contest run at the Arc meeting and has been won by the likes of Lochsong, Battaash and Mabs Cross. It’s another unique race, run at a frenetic gallop throughout, and our betting experts will be on hand to help you pick the most suitable performers for the race.
The legendary Andre Fabre has won the Arc more times than anybody else, landing a total of eight successes in the great race, and did so again in 2019 when Waldgeist caused a small surprise to sign off his career in the most wonderful fashion. Fabre also had more winners at Longchamp over the course of the last year, 19 in total, and that was 6 clear of his nearest rival Jean-Claude Rouget. Alain De Royer-Dupre was third with 10 and you can’t go far wrong in keeping those three trainers on your side when it comes to the big meetings.
At the head of the jockey’s table, it’s a much closer affair with Maxime Guyon coming out on top with 23 winners from 170 rides, closely followed by Waldgeist’s rider Pierre Charles Budot on 21 from 144 and in third was the supremely talented Mickael Barzalona with 20 from 156. In those hard-to-solve Longchamp races, you need riders with a proven pedigree for success at this venue and all three know exactly there the winning post is around here.
You can watch all of the action from Longchamp on Sky Sports Racing, Sky channel number 415, 535 on Virgin and 418 on Virgin Ireland, or via streaming services offered by many of the major bookmakers.