French horse racing fixtures 2021
French horse racing fixtures 2021:- In France, Horse Race is not only the most famous race in the country but also marks ‘The Race to Win’ for all horses across Europe. With a purse of €4million, the French horse racing is classified as Grade 1, which is the highest level/grade.
For those who love horse racing, the Arc (Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe) is usually a must-attend event. Branded as the ‘Longchamp Racecourse,’ it is held every year. With this and numerous other horse racing events, France qualifies to be the biggest country in the matters of horse racing.
France has constantly and predominantly held ‘flat’ thoroughbred meetings in the quest to realize fantastic horse racing competitions. However, anyone who loves this particular sport cannot afford to overlook the daily racecards. This is because looking through each card paves the way for working out which runner to back.
Despite the coming of COVID-19, a pandemic that has proved to persist, horse racing continues in the remaining months of 2021.
Here are French horse racing fixtures for 2021:
September 1st – 9th
September 10th – 18th
September 19th – 28th
September 29th – 30th
October 1st – 1oth
October 11th – 20th
October 2oth – 31st
November 1st – 1oth
November 11th – 19th
November 20th – 30th
December 1st – 10th
December 11th – 20th
December 21st – 31st
For your information, the upcoming horse races are Trotting, Flat and Jumping. Flat races are for younger horses and normally take shorter distances. The young horse can run in Flat races at the age of 2 years. However, the minimum age for jumping is 3 years. As for the distance, jumping ranges from 2-4 miles.
On the other hand, trotting reflects an interesting race where the horses in motion push the rider up and down. In this particular race, riders use different positions. Nonetheless, the trotters are not faster than the pacers.
For horse sport enthusiasts and punters, French horse racing presents a perfect entertaining opportunity as well as a chance to profit. One might need to fancy a few different horses while considering racecards from the above fixtures.
Now that you have the fixture, what next? Well, nothing much apart from catching up with the events as and when the horse races happen. You can stream the actions as the races unfold.
Above all, the same can be accompanied by a start-to-finish audio commentary – This is a great way to enjoy any French horse racing competition. Remember each fixture is characterized by a specific distance. Mark you, the races taking place at Chantilly and Deauville are always historical Derbys.
You can’t afford to miss out!