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The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is the one they all want to win and this year’s renewal is shaping up to be a cracker.
72/1 outsider Torquato Tasso stunned the world when landing the most prestigious race in Europe in 2021, and the German raider will bid to become the ninth horse in history to become a two-time winner.
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Sadly, Baaeed will not attempt to emulate his dad, Sea The Stars, by having a crack at the Longchamp feature before heading off to stud, but the likes of Luxembourg and Alpinista are set to take their chance.
You’ll find Paddy Power’s latest odds for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2022 as well as key deets about the date, start time and runners below.
Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2022 date and start time
The latest renewal of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is scheduled to be run at Longchamp in Paris, France on Sunday, October 2 2022 at 3pm.
Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2022 runners
The final field of Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe runners and riders will be revealed after final declarations on Friday, September 30. A total of 14 horses went to post for last year’s renewal. The 1m4f race is open to horses aged three and older – bar geldings – and there are weight-for-age and weight-for-sex allowances.
Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2022 betting
You can run the rule over Paddy Power’s prices for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2022 on the Paddy Power website or via our snazzy widgets below.
Ballydoyle’s leading three-year-old, Luxembourg, is the favourite in our antepost betting market after a thrilling win in the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown last time out.
Star mare Alpinista has won on her last seven starts – including a defeat of Torquator Tasso in last year’s Grosser Preis von Berlin – and claimed a maiden Group 1 in the UK when landing the Yorkshire Oaks at the Ebor Festival.
Speaking of Torquator Tasso, last year’s winner has returned towards the head of the betting after confirmation that Baaeed would not be taking part. A defeat in the Grosser Preis von Baden last time out means the five-year-old only has one win from four runs this season.
Japanese colt Titleholder is next in the betting after landing a string of top-level races on home soil this year including the Takarazuka Kinen at Hanshin, which was worth a cool £1.3m.
*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change
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