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2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Meeting Schedule - Dates, cards and race previews

28 Sep 2022
Jon Vine 28 Sep 2022
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  • Dates, cards and race previews ahead of the 2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe meeting
  • This famous meeting starts at Longchamp on Saturday 1st October and ends on Sunday 3rd October
  • Eight Group Ones will take place during this two-day festival
  • The 2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe will be run at 3:05pm (BST) on Sunday
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The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe meeting at Longchamp. (Getty)

The eyes of the sporting world will be fixed on Paris-Longchamp racecourse this weekend, where the 2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe meeting will take place.

During this two-day spectacle, eight Group One prizes will be handed out. The feature race of the meeting is the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, the richest flat race in all of Europe, which will be run at 3:00pm on Sunday afternoon.

Here's the full cards and race times for every race during the 2022 Arc meeting, and a preview of which horses might be running during this famous festival.

2022 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Meeting Schedule

Day One - Saturday 1st October

12:23pm Prix Chaudenay Group 2 1m7f
1:33pm Prix de Royallieu Group 1 1m6f
3:25pm Prix du Cadran Group 1 2m4f
4:00pm Prix Dollar Group 2 1m1f
4:35pm Prix Daniel Wildenstein Group 2 1m

Dermot Weld's raider, Duke De Sessa tops the betting for the first pattern race staged during the Arc meeting, the Prix Chaudenay. Sea La Rossa and Verry Elleegant, who didn't make the cut for the Arc, will then throw down in the Group One Prix de Royallieu.

One of the stars of the season, Kyprios will put his unbeaten seasonal record on the line in the Prix du Cadran. Hughie Morrison's Quickthorn and Tony Mullins' Princess Zoe line up in opposition.

Owen Burrow's Anmaat will square off against Botanik and Lassaut in the Prix Dollar, before The Revenant takes on Erevann and Triple Time in an excellent renewal of the Prix Daniel Wildenstein.

Day Two - Sunday 2nd October

1:15pm Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Group 1 7f
1:50pm Prix Marcel Boussac Group 1 1m
3:05pm Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Group 1 1m4f
3:50pm Prix de l'Opera Group 1 1m2f
4:25pm Prix de l'Abbaye Group 1 5f
5:00pm Prix de la Foret Group 1 7f

Sunday's action commences with two historic juvenile races. Aesop's Fables will bid to bounce back in the Jean-Luc Lagardere, after a poor run in the National Stakes at the Curragh. Fellow Ballydoyle residents, Never Ending Story and Be Happy feature prominently in the fillies version of that Group One, the Prix Marcel Boussac.

The build-up then begins to one of the most famous sporting events in the world, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Read our full guide to this year's Arc to see the latest odds and our two against the field.

Once the winner of the Arc has been crowned, we move into the Prix de l'Opera, where Joseph O'Brien's Above The Curve will bid to win her third Group One of the season. Richard Fahey's talented juvenile, The Platinum Queen could then take on speedy older sprinters like Berneuil, Rohaan and A Case Of You in the Abbaye.

The sixth and final Group One is the Prix de la Foret, the only Group One race for older horses run over a seven-furlong trip, where Frankie Dettori''s mount Kinross is the warm favourite to claim his third victory on the bounce.

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