Few horse races combine a stunning setting with a top-notch racing track like the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe draws the finest horses from the world every year to Paris, France. It also attracts more attention from bettors and fans around the globe. It’s a smart idea to prepare your Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe betting sites well before this historic race.
Horse racing betting online has grown in popularity over the past 20 years, as the internet has expanded to every corner of the world. Online betting is a great option for those who can’t travel to their favorite track or to wager at an off-track facility. The best websites make it so simple and so reliable that remote betting is often more convenient than going to the track.
Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe bet
The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is a popular event. This can be done both online or through betting shops in the UK & Ireland, as well as on the Pari-Mutuel (France). ITV usually shows the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and a large audience tunes in to cheer on the runners from Ireland and the UK. Online bookies allow you to place a Pari-Mutuel bet. There is often a large difference in the price offered in the UK so it is a good idea to shop around before you make your decision.
Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe news, odds & Results
After a week in the which Love and Joan Of Arc won Group 1 wins, O’Brien’s dominance of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe gambling market went up a gear.
Punters were skeptical about Love’s chances at the Prince of Wales’s Stakes At Royal Ascot. This race was one in which Love was sent off at odds even after Lord North, her main market rival, withdrew.
The four-year-old lied, however, that she was running her first race of the season and against colts in open group 1 company to win the race. Ryan Moore took the lead.
She is currently 5/1 joint favorite for the 2021 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, with Snowfall, her stablemate. Snowfall won the Oaks by an amazing 16 lengths at Epsom last June.
Three-year-old fillies are entitled to substantial weight reductions from older colts and mares. This is why punters were eager to back Snowfall after her Oaks win.
However, O’Brien’s Joan Of Arc is still available at 20/1 after she won the Group 1 Prix de Diane, her fifth career start.
According to Timeform, the Ballydoyle handler was impressed by his filly’s performance and spoke highly of her Arc credentials following the race.
He stated: “Speaking with Ioritz [Mendizibal the jockey], she was really impressed and thought a mile an a half would not be a problem. He stated that she only managed to get going about a furlong out. He was saying that she would love to step up so the Arc must be a possibility.
O’Brien also has St Mark’s Basilica at the top of the betting for Longchamp’s showpiece, giving him a great set of middle-distance options to choose from for the season ahead.
He will win as many races as possible, so punters must be cautious when assessing which horses are most likely to show up at the Arc.Last Updated on November 18, 2021