Penultimate qualifying race in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (Flat) and the Prix d'Amerique (Trot)
11:30pm: Flat: Epsom Downs Derby on 1600M (1 year and 2 years) and 2200M (3 to 8 years).Registration fee: 2€. Priority given to the first 12 registrants. Penultimate qualifying race for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
8:00pm: Trot: Criterium Continental (8 races, 1 race per age). 1600m. Registration fee: €1.5 , priority given to first 12 registrants. Penultimate qualifying race for the Award of America.
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