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Sprinters Stakes Day and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Day to be simulcast for Hong Kong

Sprinters Stakes Day and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Day to be simulcast for betting:
 
Sprinters Stakes Day from Japan (3 Oct – 1st race starts at 11:55am)
 
On Sunday, 3 October, the Hong Kong Jockey Club will simulcast seven races from the Sprinters Stakes Day at Nakayama Racecourse in Japan (1st race 11:55am HKT).
 
The best of Japan’s speedsters will line up for the Sprinters Stakes (G1 1200m for 3yo+) which kicks off Japan’s autumn Group 1 season.
 
Subject to changes, the details of the Sprinters Stakes Day races are as follows:
HK Time Race Name Distance (m) Status
11:55 3yo and up 1 win 1200 -
12:25 3yo and up 1 win 2200 -
12:55 3yo and up 2 wins 1800 -
13:25 Saffron Sho 1600 -
14:00 Ibaraki Shimbun Hai 1800 -
14:40 Sprinters Stakes 1200 G1
15:25 Sotobo Stakes 1200 -
 
Final declarations with barrier draws for the Sprinters Stakes will be available on Friday, 1 October while the final declarations with barrier draws for the other races will be published on Saturday, 2 October.
 
Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Day from France (3 Oct – 1st race starts at 10:05pm HKT)
 
On the evening of 3 October, the Hong Kong Jockey Club will simulcast for betting six races from the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe meeting to be held at ParisLongchamp Racecourse in France. (1st race 10:05pm).
 
The world’s finest middle-distance horses will once again gather for France’s annual autumn showpiece – the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (G1 2400m for 3yo+ colts, fillies and mares).
 
Subject to changes, the details of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Day races are as follows:
HK Time Race Name Distance (m) Status
22:05 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe 2400 G1
22:50 Prix de l'Opera 2000 G1
23:25 Prix de l'Abbaye de Longchamp 1000 G1
00:00 (4/10) Prix de la Foret 1400 G1
00:30 (4/10) Class 1 Handicap 1400 -
01:00 (4/10) Class 1 Handicap 1400 -
 
Final declarations with barrier draws for the Arc Day races will be available on Saturday, 2 October.
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