FREE Past Performances for Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Super Saturday

Download FREE Past Performances for Sunday’s spectacular day at Longchamp for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.  Click here to access day one (Saturday) PPs from Equibase. There are four group 2 stakes on Saturday at Longchamp.

Click here to download Brisnet Ultimate PPs for 10 graded stakes on Super Saturday – Belmont, Santa Anita

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  1. Thanks for posting the French races Rich. It is difficult to get videos of the French races, but keep in mind three year olds have won 14 of the last 17 Arcs (in part because colts get eight pounds and fillies get 11 pounds).

  2. I would be remiss to point out that Paris has been unseasonably dry. So dry, in fact, that the Longchamp grounds crew started to INTENTIONALLY water the course to soften the course from “North American Firm” to “North American Good” Thursday morning. Horses that run well on “summer tracks” and firmer courses may have the edge.

    I would try to beat Dream Ahead out of the exacta in the Prix de la Foret (Sunday Race 5). His previous tries at distances longer than 6f have been disasterous and the horse is a difficult ride – often he will veer left in races in the late stages and he probably should have been DQ’ed in that last win. The race should be a walkover for super mare Goldikova (recall Goldi is in post 2, NOT post 8).

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