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France Horse Racing

Horse racing in France has been a popular sport for many years, but bettors from other locations will notice there are some major differences. French horse racing does differ from North American horse racing as there are different ways of doing things. Some differences include no odds being posted at the actual track. Instead, the boards only display the horses and numbers, but no odds. Luckily, the schedule of races is free of charge, where as in the US, bettors must pay for this to learn the history and stats of horses. The racing rules are about the same and in France, the industry is very mature. The largest race in the country has a huge international following and is the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. This is held every October at the Longchamp Racecourse. There is also the Grand Prix de Paris, which is run in July at Longchamp. These are two of the French classics and the other two include the Prix du Jockey Club and the Prix de Diane. Both of these run in July at the Chantilly Racecourse.

Horse owners are very attracted to horse racing in France. In this country, there are low training fees and big purses, so it is a great place for trainers and owners to race. The prize money that is offered with French horse races is among the highest in the entire world. It is common for the winner of just amid level race to take home anywhere from €9,000 and €15,000. French racing will also offer premiums to any French-bred horse and this can add 64% to the prize money.

The costs of racing are very low in France and the racing authorities subsidise travelling expenses. There are also no entry fees for non pattern races and the jockey fees are the lowest in the world. There are also strict regulations regarding the use of medications on horses.

There are many sites that support online betting for French horse races. With these, bettors can simply place a bet, watch the race live and collect instant payouts on wining bets. Some of the best sites for French horse racing include Bodog, Canbet, 5 Dimes and Bet365. These are all licensed and offer great betting options and odds.


France Horse Racing Links


Zeturf - France horse racing gazette.

French Blood Stock - French stallion resource.


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