07.10.2018, Paris, LONGCHAMP, FRANCE. Enable with Frankie Dettori up wins the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. at Royal Ascot racecourse. Photo FRANK SORGE/Racingfotos.com

Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Betting Trends

Run over 1m4f the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is one of Europe’s most valuable Group One contests that is open to horses of either sex that are aged 3 or older and staged at Longchamp racecourse.

In recent years, the contest has been dominated by the younger horses with 11 of the last 19 winners being aged 3 years-old, while 13 of the last 19 - came here off the back of a last time out victory. Last year we saw the French-trained Sottsass land the race - improving on his third in the 2019 renewal.

The draw has also been crucial in modern times - with a massive 15 of the last 19 winners coming from stalls 8 or lower!

As always, here at GeeGeez, we are on-hand with all the key stats for the 2021 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe – this year run on Sunday 3rd  October.

 

Recent Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Winners

2020 - Sottsass (73/10)
2019 – Waldgeist (131/10)
2018 - Enable (Evs)
2017 – Enable (10/11 fav)
2016 – Found (6/1)
2015 – Golden Horn (9/2)
2014 – Treve (11/1)
2013 – Treve (9/2)
2012 – Solemia (33/1)
2011 – Danedream (20/1)
2010 – Workforce (6/1)
2009 – Sea The Stars (4/6 fav)
2008 – Zarkava (13/8 fav)
2007 – Dylan Thomas (11/2)
2006 – Rail Link (4/7 fav)
2005 – Hurricane Run (11/4)
2004 – Bago (10/1)
2003 – Dalakhani (9/4)
2002 – Marienbard (158/10)

Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Betting Trends

18/19 – Had won a Group 1 race before
17/19 – Had won over 1m4f before
15/19 – Had 4 or more runs that season
15/19 – Drawn in stall 8 or lower
14/19 – Priced 10/1 or shorter in the betting
14/19 – Drawn in stall 6 or lower
14/19 – Had won at least 5 times before
13/19 – Had run at Longchamp before
13/19 – Won last time out
12/19 – Had won at Longchamp previously
11/19 – Aged 3 years-old
10/19 – Placed favourites
10/19 – Won by a French-based yard
9/19 – Ran at Longchamp last time out
8/19 – Female winners
5/19 – Winning favourites
5/19 – Won by a UK-based yard
3/19 – Trained by Andre Fabre (won the race 8 times in all)
2/19 – Trained by Aidan O’Brien (2016, 2007)
3 of the last 12 Epsom Derby winners that season have won
The average winning SP in the last 18 years is 15/2
Trainer John Gosden has won 3 of the last 6 runnings
Since 1976 we’ve seen just 3 winners aged 5 or older
18 of the last 27 winners were aged 3 years-old
Jockey Olivier Peslier has won the race 4 times
Jockey Frankie Dettori has won the race 6 times

 

There are many other key trends to take into the race.........

Age – 3 year-olds have by far the best recent record – winning 11 of the last 19 renewals – a huge plus the Godolphin pair of Adayar and Hurricane Lane if running. The Aidan O’Brien filly, Snowfall, is also a 3 year-old to note, but she does need to bounce back from being beaten at 1/5 in the Prix Vermeille at Longchamp in September. We’ve only seen three winners aged 5 or older win the race since 1976, which is not great news for one of the leading fancies in the ante-post betting Tarnawa, who - if running - would head here as a 5 year-old.

Fitness – With 15 of the last 19 winners (79%) having had at least four runs that season, then it pays to look for horses that have had several runs under their belts this term.

Market Guide – In recent years, the Arc has seen five winning favourites in the last 19 runnings (26%), which is not a bad strike-rate. In fact, 10 of the last 19 (53%) market leaders have also been placed, while 14 of the last 19 winners returned 10/1 or shorter in the betting.

Class - With this being one of the top middle-distance Group One races on the racing calendar then having proven form at the highest level is a must. A massive 18 of the last 19 Arc winners had already won at Group One Level.

Trip – Similar to the last trend, it’s no surprise to see that 17 of the last 19 Arc winners had already won over this 1m4f tips in the past. With the race often run at a strong pace, then horses stepping up in trip for the first time have a whole new task to tackle and this unknown to overcome - so having proven form over the distance is often key.

Draw Advantage – This has been one of the main trends in recent years and a good starting point when the final runners come out each year. Many would think that with the race being run over 1m4f, then the draw might not play a bit part – but that’s not the case at all! A massive 15 of the last 19 Arc winners (79%) came from stalls 8 or lower, while 14 of the last 19 (74%) were drawn 6 or less. 12 months ago, this was further backed up 12 months ago with the winner - Sottsass - drawn in stall 4, while the first three home came from stalls 4,1 and 7.

Track Form – Having tasted the Longchamp track in the past is another plus. We’ve seen 13 of the last 19 winners having raced at the course before – with 12 of those 19 had won at the track in the past.

Trainer/Jockey Stats – It’s a race that’s been dominated by the French-based Andre Fabre, with eight wins to his name - with the last of those coming in 2019. Plus, with three wins in the last six then the John Gosden camp are also starting to make a name for themselves in this contest. It’s slightly surprising that Aidan O’Brien has only two Arc wins to his name, but that could easily change this year and - as mentioned in the intro - the Charlie Appleby Godolphin team, who are yet to win the race, could have a strong hand with their St Leger and Derby winners this season. In terms of jockeys, a certain Frankie Dettori has six wins under his belt and is the most successful pilot in the race’s history, with the French veteran, Olivier Peslier, not far back with four wins.

 

 

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