2010 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (G1)

10/3/2010, Longchamp-FR
1 1/2m (Turf)
3+ M
*Rank is current Power Ranking among all active horses, based on highest HRN rating. Rating is based on HRN member voting.
FinSilksHorse / SireRatingTrainer / JockeyLast Start / Next Start
1st Workforce
King's Best
S. Stoute
R. Moore
12th, 2011 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (G1) View Video
2nd Nakayama Festa
Stay Gold
Y. Ninomiya
M. Ebina
11th, 2011 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (G1) View Video
3rd Sarafina
Refuse To Bend
A. Royer-Dupre
G. Mosse
4th, 2011 Breeders' Cup Turf (G1) View Video
4th Behkabad
Cape Cross
J. Rouget
C. Lemaire
2nd, 2011 Grand Prix de Chantilly (G2)
5th Fame And Glory
A. O'Brien
J. Murtagh
13th, 2012 Breeders' Cup Marathon (G2) View Video
6th Marinous
F. Head
D. Bonilla
7th, 2013 John B Connally Turf Hcp (G3)
7th Victoire Pisa
Neo Universe
K. Sumii
Y. Take
8th, 2011 Arima Kinen (G1)
8th Cavalryman
S. Suroor
F. Dettori
2nd, 2014 Dubai Gold Cup (G2) View Video
Jun 19 - Ascot Gold Cup (G1)
9th Liang Kay
Dai Jin
U. Ostmann
S. Pasquier
4th, 2011 Hessen-Pokal (G3)
10th Youmzain
M. Channon
R. Hughes
10th, 2010 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (G1) View Video
11th Lope De Vega
A. Fabre
M. Guyon
11th, 2010 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (G1) View Video
12th Wiener Walzer
J. Hirschberger
T. Queally
4th, 2011 Preis Der Deutschen Einheit (G3)
13th Cape Blanco
A. O'Brien
C. Soumillon
1st, 2011 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic (G1) View Video
14th Timos
F. Doumen
K. Fallon
5th, 2011 Prix D'Harcourt (G2)
15th Duncan
J. Gosden
W. Buick
1st, 2011 Irish St. Leger (G1) View Video
16th Plumania
A. Fabre
O. Peslier
11th, 2010 Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Turf (G1) View Video
17th Midas Touch
A. O'Brien
S. Heffernan
8th, 2012 Drake International Cup (G2)
18th Pouvoir Absolu
Sadler's Wells
E. Lellouche
S. Fargeat
2nd, 2011 Prix Scaramouche (LS)
19th Planteur
Danehill Dancer
E. Lellouche
A. Crastus
11th, 2013 Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) View Video

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (G1)...

The English Derby and Arc winner, Workforce, is a go for the Breeders' Cup Turf, providing the turf is not too firm. Read More
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  • rossington · Until American trainers start stretching some of the American turf horses out 12 furlongs, and get them winning consistently at that distance, the Breeders Cup Turf title is going to continue to stay in the hand's of the European's year after year. Gio Ponti and Paddy O' Prado have, IMO, been the two best American turf horses in 2010. Gio Ponti has really been the flag bearer for American turf racing for the last two seasons. The problem that both Gio Ponti and Paddy O' Prado have is that both are extremely vulnerable to defeat at 12 furlongs. Both colt's best surface is definitely turf. But their optimum distance is 10 furlongs. Whereas, the European's get their horses racing 12 furlongs early and often. Case in point, Workforce. Destroys the 2010 Epsom Derby field in a course record time, and becomes the second consecutive 3yr.old colt to win the Prix De l' Arc De Triomphe in France at the same distance. Unless America just suddenly someday soon has a 12 furlong turf star drop from out of the clouds? LOL. I just don't know how long it will be until we ever have a legit shot to win the Breeders Cup Turf again? JMO. · 1269 days ago ·
  • humphrey · Rossington HIT the nail on the head but it should be EXPANDED to the entire breed's run in North America....Keep shortening the distances at graded levels and you will NEVER know where stamina comes from....It has been going on since the late 80's and in the not very distant future we are going to have 4 and 5 furlongs as the standard.....Breed speed to speed and that is what you get along with fragile thin legs. Not only is the Arc that distance, but that LONG stretch is UPHILL. · 1269 days ago ·
DERBY hero Workforce provided trainer Sir Michael Stoute with his first ever winner in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe when he edged out Japanese raider Nakayama Festa in a thrilling finish to Sunday's showpiece race at Longchamp. The colt, who looked in fantastic condition before the race, was given ...Read More
This is it. The Best Racing Fans EVER! have hit the big time. It took long enough, but after three years of racetrack revelry, it figures someone would notice them and write a story. And that story is epic. This, essentially, is what Chris Heeley said when I reached him via cell phone on a Sunday ni...Read More
Nakayama Festa, winner of the Takarazuka Kinen, may run in the Arc de Triomphe, held on October 3 at Longchamp. With the travel companion of Nakayama Swept, Nakayama Festa will leave Japan for France early next month, his trainer Ninomiya revealed. Before the world famous race, he is scheduled to ru...Read More
  • humphrey · Like the Mauktombs have tried in Louisville, the Japanese want this race after conquering the Melbourne Cup. Is this one as good as Deep Impact??? · 1379 days ago ·