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2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Odds - Titleholder favourite to hand Japan first Arc

By Jon Vine
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29 Jul 2022
  • We take a look through the latest odds for the 2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
  • This historic Group One takes place at Longchamp racecourse on Sunday 2nd October
  • Japanese entrant Titleholder is the current favourite at 5/1
  • Torquator Tasso, Alpinista and Vadeni also feature in the betting
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German jockey Rene Piechulek rides on " Torquator Tasso " to win in The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe horse race at The Paris Longchamp. (Getty)
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The first Sunday in October means just one thing, Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe day. Europe's most prestigious flat race was first staged at Paris-Longchamp in 1920, and has been won by true greats like Carrida, Mill Reef, Treve and Enable.

After it became clear that Epsom Derby hero, Desert Crown might miss the rest of the season, the Arc betting was given a serious shake-up. Let's take a look through the current Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe odds.

2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Odds


Name
Odds
Titleholder5/1
Alpinista7/1
Torquator Tasso7/1
Vadeni12/1
Pyledriver14/1
Free Wind14/1
Onesto14/1
Bar16/1

*Odds taken on 29/7/22*

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Replacing Desert Crown at the head of the betting is Japanese contender, Titleholder. Japanese racing has never been in a better place, and Toru Kiruta's four-year-old will travel to Longchamp on the back of two impressive Group One victories on home soil.

Torquator Tasso caused an almighty shock when he won this race 12 months ago, returning the highest SP in the history of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Marcel Weiss' star has since that run wasn't a fluke with a Group Two win in Germany and a cracking run to finish second on unsuitably fast ground in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

The winner of that Group One was Pyledriver, who was slashed for the Arc on the back of that fantastic victory at Ascot. William Muir's star currently sits behind Alpinista, who beat several talented colts in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud on her reappearance, and Coral-Eclipse winner Vadeni, who seems unlikely to be stepped up to 12 furlongs before the end of the season.

Charlie Appleby could be represented by the third and fourth-placed runners from last year, Hurricane Lane and Adayar. Adayar is yet to run so far this season, and Hurricane Lane hasn't impressed in either of his two starts.

Other notable entrants include impressive Grand Prix de Paris winner Onesto, Irish Derby hero Westover, Nassau Stakes winner Nashwa and two more Japanese contenders, Do Deuce and Hitotsu.
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