Longchamp Racecourse Betting Odds

If you ask 100 horse racing fans to name a French racecourse, then Longchamp would come out on top nearly every time, with this Paris-based track holding a number of prestigious horse racing meetings and we provide horse racing betting tips when it comes to all the Group 1 encounters that you want to watch.

Ante Post Races

DateRace
03/10 3:00 PMPrix de lArc de TriompheAll OddsAll Odds

The ParisLongchamp Racecourse was opened in 1857 and has long held the status as the primary racecourse in France, with customers able to compare odds for each of the races that take place at Longchamp before going ahead and placing their bets.

Bet on the Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp

When it comes to big Group 1 races that take place in France, there are none bigger than the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, with this famous race attracting horses from the United Kingdom and Ireland, especially with the vast amounts of prize money that are available to the winning connections.

The Arc traditionally takes place around early October and the racecard always illustrates that this is a high-class encounter where several serial Group 1 winners line up in the hope of making history at this famous track.

The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is run over 1.5 miles, with this race having been in operation since 1920 and it’s been at home at Longchamp for the vast majority of the time, with any horse from the age of three or older being eligible to compete in this encounter.

Enable joined a select group of horses when landing a second victory in 2018 to follow on from her magnificent win in 2017, with Treve also scoring the same Arc double in 2013 and 2014, while there have been six other horses who have landed the same feat.

The Arc is the richest race on the turf when it comes to flat racing, with the prize money attracting the best horses and the qualification requirements are strict.

The Arc De Triomphe Meeting Packed With Other Big Races

The Arc meeting takes place over a complete weekend at Longchamp, with a Saturday racecard followed by a Sunday racecard which actually features the Arc. The Saturday of the Arc meeting will feature many betting tips and a particular focus on the Prix de Royallieu and the Prix du Cadran which are both Group 1 races.

The Prix de Royallieu is a one-mile and six-furlong staying encounter for fillies and mares, while the latter is a real test of staying considering the distance is two miles and four furlongs. It’s a race where the likes of Stradivarius have prospered in recent times.

The Sunday racecard at the Arc meeting also features some notable races aside from the showcase heat and you can bet on the Prix de l’Opera, Prix de l’Abbaye and Prix de la Foret among others. The Prix de l’Opera is a fillies race which is run over ten furlongs, while the Prix de l’Abbaye is an exciting sprint race and the Prix de la Foret is the only seven furlong race for older horses in Europe.