The jockey Stéphane Pasquier & Senga win the Prix de Diane Longines 2017

PRIX DE DIANE LONGINES

17TH JUNE 2018 CHANTILLY RACECOURSE

THE WORLD'S MOST IMPORTANT RACE FOR FILLIES !

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PRIX DE DIANE LONGINES

The Prix de Diane Longines has Group I status, the highest category of horse race, and is reserved for fillies. It is the fourth flat stage of the EpiqE series, a championship made up of the 14 most important races in France.

With a purse of €1,000,000 (€571,400 of which go to the winner), this race crowns the year’s best 3-year-old filly over a mile and 2 ½ furlongs.


The race can only be won by the most talented of fillies, and its winner is highly likely to go on to compete in the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, which will be held at ParisLongchamp on 7th October 2018.


Longines shines the spotlight on up-and-coming jockeys from more than 10 different countries in the Prix Longines Future Racing Stars. This event, which is run over a mile and one furlong of Chantilly turf, hopes to unveil the champions of tomorrow, while the Longines FEGENTRI World Championship crowns the best Lady Rider every year.

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SENGA WINS THE 2017 PRIX DE DIANE LONGINES, THE WORLD’S MOST IMPORTANT RACE FOR FILLIES!

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The French filly Senga won the Prix de Diane Longines (Group 1) on Sunday at Chantilly, which is the fourth stage of the EpiqE Series,which is in its second year. She was ridden by Stéphane Pasquier, who was winning his first « Diane », carrying the colours of Flaxman Stables Ireland (Niarchos Family), and is trained in Chantilly by Pascal Bary.


Pascal Bary was taking a punt with this highly esteemed filly, as she had never run further than 1.600 metres. Disappointing in the Abu Dhabi Poule d’Essai des Pouliches, in which she was one of the favourites after having won her prep race, Senga ran two weeks ago in the Prix de Sandringham (Group 2). Over 1.600 metres, she finished strongly for third suggesting that she would appreciate further.


Pascal Bary won this race in 2005 with the champion Divine Proportions, who carried the same colours. A photo was need to separate the second and third places. Sistercharlie took the second place.Unlucky in running, the filly trained in Beaupreau by Henri-Alex Pantallfinished very fast. Terrakova, daughter of the champion Goldikova,finished in the same position as her dam had nine years ago, in third.The race was marked by the fall of Onthemoonagain in the straight. Sheclipped heels with the filly in front of her, and she lost her balance.


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REACTIONS FROM CONNECTIONS

Pascal Bary, trainer of Senga (1st)
« She is a fantastic filly, from a fantastic breeding operation. We definitely ran her over too short before! Her connections trusted me to let her run in this race, despite having run only two weeks ago. She has a good run, in a race with consistent
pace, and showed a superb turn of foot. »

 Stéphane Pasquier, jockey of Senga (1st)

« I followed Lanfranco Dettori, as he knows where he’s going! (laughs). She responded perfectly when I asked. It’s wonderful! »

Alan Cooper, manager for the Niarchos family, owners and breeders of Senga (1st)
« Stéphane Pasquier and Pascal Bary both said that the filly had shown them in the Prix de Sandringham and in the morning that she needed further than a mile… It was a bit of a risk to run at a two weeks interval, but they were right! It’s great for all the team. »

Henri-Alex Pantall, trainer of Sistercharlie (2nd)
« Sistercharlie didn’t have a clear run, neither in the turn nor the straight, where she had to wind the way through. It’s a shame when you see the way she finished. But that’s racing. »

Freddy Head, trainer of Terrakova (3rd)
« Terrakova ran very well. She put up a great performance as she had been caught flat footed when the rest of the field kicked. She got a few bumps, so she couldn’t follow them when they jumped and so couldn’t get near the pace. Despite that, she ran well. It’s only her third start, and it’s promising. She should step up in trip, to 2400m. »

John Gosden, trainer of Shutter Speed (4th)
« She delivered a superb performance, and there are no excuses. She jumped from a wide draw as well as she could. I thought that Frankie Dettori rode her very well. At one point she looked like she was coming to win. 2.000m is the perfect distance for her. Here, she had 100 meters too far, and anyway the winner was simply a better horse. »


GARDEN PARTY

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SYNAPSON HAS MADE YOU DANCE IN 2017 

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OUTSTANDING DJ SET !

ALL IN YOU - Synapson 

FIREBALL - Synapson 

Where does the name come from ? 

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The French duo chose a name that evokes the word “synapse”, the association of the Greek syn (meaning together) and haptein (which means touch, grab, and fasten). The synapse is a region where nerve impulses are transmitted between two neurons.

Ever since the group was formed in 2009, reaching out to the audience and making them “feel” the music has been Synapson’s main mission. The group is a combination of French producers and instrumentalists Alexandre Chiere (keyboard, saxophone, beat and vocals) and Paul Cucuron (drums, scratch, production and mixing).

In 2012, Synapson declared their taste for breaking the rules of style. They refuse to abide by any set rules or predefined style that closes them off and imposes limits. Instead, they create a generous style of music that marries all influences, with the common theme of desire. Clearly born from this philosophy − in which any kind of categorisation is avoided or ignored − Convergence, Synapson’s first album, is a complete, stand-alone disc.

Its concept?

“Our personalities push us to try out any sounds that touch us,” says Alexandre. “For Convergence, we imagined four different yet complementary worlds, just like colours: world, hip hop, funky house, and pop. These genres are each represented by three original songs. In the end, this album became a sort of celebration of eclecticism, curiosity, difference.”

Convergence, a gold disc album

Convergence: a mosaic album that is like a twelve-step voyage into Synapson’s obsessions. Or, as summarised by its creators, “the confluence between the sounds and colours that haunt us.”

A year after the album’s release, Convergence has earned a gold disc and the tracks “Djon Maya Mai” and “All In You” are played all over, with 12 and 10 million YouTube views respectively. Back in the studio, the duo is preparing their next album with the same philosophy in mind: that of music without limits.

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A CHIC PICNIC !

Settledon a blanket laid out on the lush grass, enjoy a front-row seatfor the day’s festivities: music plus the day’s selection ofhorse races, including the Prix de Diane Longines, the focal point ofthe whole event!


Every year, our hat-box picnic hamper flies the flag for the Prix de Diane Longines !

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Tasty and elegant, this chic picnic hamper − concocted especially for theoccasion by Fauchon’s chefs – is the perfect accessory for your day at the racecourse.


Presented in an elegant and colourful hat box − a fashion accessory in itself −this hamper was the perfect complement to any Prix de Diane Longines outfit!


Diane’s Table!

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Seat at one of the elegantly-laid tables, guests at Diane’s Table take advantage of the private bar and access to the weighing-in room. Make the very most of your day at the races as you drunk in the unique view from the edge of the course !

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DISCOVER THE MAGICAL ATMOSPERE

A party atmosphere reign on the grounds of Chantilly racecourse! Stroll around the beautifully-decorated pathways and discover all the entertainment organised in and around the racecourse.

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In the enchanting Diane’s Village, take a ride on our big wheel for breathtaking sky-high views of the racecourse!


There is no age limit for having fun: at the Prix de Diane Longines, racegoers of all ages can take a turn on the swings or partake in a game of table tennis.


Take the time to stroll around and discover plenty of other games and entertainment dotted around Diane’s Village.


Plenty of things to keep you entertained, both in the sun and in the shade.

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ELEGANCE CONTEST

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THE ELEGANCE CONTEST

THE ELEGANCE CONTEST MADEMOISELLE DIANE BY LONGINES


Chantilly racecourse become the capital of elegance for a day.


The traditional elegance contest − run in partnership with the famous watchmaker Longines − is a high point of this chic race day, with every entrant’s style being appraised by our panel of experts.Racegoers must strive to find the perfect outfit that made them standout for all the right reasons, for a chance to win the title of Mademoiselle Diane by Longines.


The ten finalists had the privilege of walking for the judgeswearing the beautiful watch on their wrist : the new blue model forlady The Longines Master Collection!


In 2017, the title Mademoiselle Diane by Longines was won by Marie-Sarah ! Congrats !

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CONGRATS TO MARIE-SARAH WHO WINS THE MADEMOISELLE DIANE PAR LONGINES 2017 ELEGANCE CONTEST


Here is the times to remember (subject to change)


11am-1.30pm: Photo shoot on the racecourse’s catwalk, located in Diane’s Village


2.00-pm/2.30pm: Shortlist is made and the 10 finalists announced


2.55pm/3.15pm: The 10 finalists walk down the catwalk


4.25pm: The winner of the Mademoiselle Diane par Longines 2018 elegance contest is announced

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LONGINES NAMING SPONSOR OF THE PRIX DE DIANE

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A most elegant garden party held in the heart of the racing action at the Prix de Diane Longines
At the 169th edition of the Prix de Diane Longines – which have Swiss watchmaker Longines as its sponsor and official timekeeper for the seventh year running − the Chantilly estate had once again roll out the red carpet to host a lively garden party to regale our chic and dapper racegoers.

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On Sunday 17th June, seven races will run on Chantilly racecourse. The most hotly-anticipated race of the day, the Prix de Diane Longines,is one of the racing calendar’s most prestigious races and crowned the year’s best filly.


But that is not all: young jockeys from all over the world and Lady Riders from the FEGENTRI (International Federation of Gentlemen and LadyRiders) will demonstrate their prowess in the Prix Longines FutureRacing Stars and the Prix de La Reine Marie-Amélie Longines,respectively.


At the Prix de Diane Longines, an event where horseracing experts and fashionistas have rubbed shoulders for the last 170 years, time is seen as a symbol of precision, elegance and tradition, the three key values held dear by watchmaking brand Longines.

THE OFFICIAL WATCH

During this elegant equestrian event, the Swiss watchmaker have invited spectators to admire the event’s Official Watch, a new ladies’ model from the Longines Master Collection. The steel timepiece boasts a sunrayblue dial decorated with diamond indexes and a blue alligator strapwith a folding safety clasp. It was part of a collection that represents more than three centuries of watchmaking expertise and is characterised by the intrinsic quality and style of its balanced design.


On Sunday 18th June 2017, the Prix de Diane Longines Official Watch have been admired on the wrists of the finalists in the “Mademoiselle Diane par Longines” elegance contest. This contest won by the female racegoer who most stands out due to her unique sense of style. The new watch was officially launched at a soirée organised by Longines on Saturday 17th June 2017, in the French capital.

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WHO WILL BE THE NEXT LONGINES AMBASSADOR OF ELEGANCE ?


Mikaela Shiffrin, Longines Ambassador of Elegance 2017

A brand ambassador since 2014, the talented American downhill skier wonher first ever large Crystal Globe − the most coveted distinction indownhill skiing − this season. She also won her fourth small crystalglobe in her preferred discipline, slalom.

Mikaela was first introduced to the world of skiing at the age of three by her parents. Ever since her very first World Cup race in March 2011, aged just 15, she has simply excelled and is already one of that very small elite: today’s top female skiers.


Last year, the winners of the world’s greatest race for fillies was awarded an elegant Longines timepiece, presented by Longines Ambassador of Elegance Mikaela Shiffrin, who attended the race day on Sunday 18th June 2017. She also presented an Official Event Watch to the winner of the “Prix Mademoiselle Diane par Longines”.

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EPIQE SERIES

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A championship circuit made up of the 14 top horse races in France!

These prestigious flat and trotting races, run on France’s most magnificent racecourses, all lead to the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe for flatracehorses and the Prix d’Amérique for trotters.


Lanfranco Dettori win the championship EPIQE series 2017 !

The world’s greatest jockeys coupled with the very best mounts will measureup to one another in France’s seven most prestigious flat races, withjust one objective in mind: clinching the title in the all-importantfinal stage, the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe!


Race after race, the participants will use their talent and tactics to amass a maximum number of points, which count towards the final rankings.


After his 5th victory in the 96th edition of Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with Enable, the italian jockey Lanfranco Dettori is the winner 2017 of the EpiqE series championship !

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THE NEW APP THAT IS REVOLUTIONISING THE WORLD OF HORSE RACING  

Thanks to the geolocation of horses running in races, you can now follow the runners’ position in real time to an unprecedented level of accuracy (less than 25cm compared with the metre that is currently the case in other sporting disciplines) whether you are watching from home or on the racecourse.


The second-screen “EpiqE Tracking” app is your invitation to a brand new, immersive experience!


Live 3D immerses you in the thick of the action as you follow the race from the horse of your choice. Benefit from unprecedented 360° viewing angles throughout the race:

  • Access an abundance of real-time information during the race: position, speed, distance behind the leading horse, acceleration, deceleration, etc.
  • Immediate access to Replay 3D allows you to re-watch and analyse the whole race: the exact distance run, a better understanding of a horse’s performance and its jockey’s strategical decisions, etc.
  • You can even use a virtual reality (VR) headset for a 100% immersive experience: swap horses with a simple head movement!

The “EpiqE Tracking”app is available for free on iPhone and iPad from the iTunes store, as well as on Android devices from the Google Play Store.

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PRACTICAL INFORMATION

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TICKETING

– From €10 for adults
– Free of charge for children under 18

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HOW TO GET TO THE RACECOURSE?


Adress : Hippodrome de Chantilly
Avenue de la Plaine des Aigles – 60500 Chantilly


A free shuttle bus service runs from Chantilly train station to Chantilly racecourse, or you can walk (10 minutes).


We recommend arriving as soon as the racecourse opens at 11.00 am, so  that you make the most of your day at the racecourse and do not miss any  of the entertainment activities organised.

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–TRAVELLING BY TRAIN or RER (RECOMMENDED):
Train Express Régional (TER) from Gare du Nord – Grandes Lignes: trains leave every 30 mins (journey time: 25 mins)


Schedule (subject to change)

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–TRAVELLING BY CAR
A1 motorway, junction 7: Survilliers or junction 8: Senlis-Chamant, then follow signs to Chantilly
Parking available on site.
Please note: a limited number of spaces is available.
We strongly recommend booking your parking space in advance.

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CATERING

A CHIC PICNIC !

Settled on a blanket laid out on the lush grass, enjoy a front-row seat for the day’s festivities: music by Synapson plus the day’s selection of horse races, including the Prix de Diane Longines, the focal point of the whole event!


Every year, our hat-box picnic hamper flies the flag for the Prix de Diane Longines !

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Tasty and elegant, this chic picnic hamper − concocted especially for the occasion by Fauchon’s chefs – is the perfect accessory for your day at the racecourse.

Make sure you reserve your picnic hamper in advance (hampers available by reservation only, no on-the-spot purchases). Presented in an elegant and colourful hat box − a fashion accessory in itself − this hamper will be the perfect complement to any Prix de Diane Longines outfit!


Do not forget to pre-book your picnic (not availability on racecourse, reservation required) !


Dine in a unique, private space on the edge of the course thanks to Diane’s Table !

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Seat at one of the elegantly-laid tables, guests at Diane’s Table can take advantage of the private bar and access to the weighing-in room. Make the very most of your day at the races as you drink in the unique view from the edge of the course!


A wide variety of catering options is available all day long.


Foodtrucks du Village de Diane :

Mozza & Co

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Get a taste of Italy with one of the country’s key products: mozzarella cheese.
Refined Italian delicacies to titillate your taste buds !

Vapeur Dim Sum

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Dim Sum created by our chef, made from fresh and cooked on site in pure Asian street cooking tradition.

La Brigade

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Their main mission: to sniff out the very best pieces of meat from the very best butchers in the Greater Paris region, cooked and served just how you like, so all you need to do is tuck in and enjoy!

Cantine California

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Originally from San Francisco, Jordan Feilders had the idea of serving authentic Californian flavours in his food truck, all created using organic French meat purchased locally.

Breiz Truck

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The Breizh Truck has just one goal: to introduce diners to traditional Breton cuisine thanks to its homemade products, made using carefully-selected local, traditional and artisanal produce.

Trueba

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Trueba serves artisanal ice cream from Chantilly, topped with whipped cream.

Mochi Chic

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An irresistible Japanese treat, Mochi is a type of ice cream enveloped in a rice pastry.


Panoramic restaurant: Sunday – €210,includes racecourse entry, access to the weighing room, paperback programme & parking

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-Glass of champagne & appetisers

-Rosette of carrots, grilled pigeon fillet, coriander reduction
-Veal fillet, sour yoghurt sauce, mashed potato with seaweed butter, salad of mangetout peas
-Platter of mature cheeses
-Citrus nougat delight
-Vittel/San Pellegrino (50cl per person)
-Coffee, tea


Restaurant at the edge of the course: Sunday – €90, includes racecourse entry, access to the weighing room, paperback programme & parking
-Smoked trout, lemon mousse on an olive-flavoured shortbread
-Italian-style chicken ballotine, risotto verde with mature parmesan
-Tutti frutti eclair tartlet with a passion fruit cream
-Vittel/San Pellegrino (50cl per person)
-Coffee, tea


Information and reservations
Telephone: +33 1 42 88 84 85 (weekdays) – +33 6 43 88 46 46 (weekdays and weekends)
Email: reservationhippodromes@groupe-casino.fr

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The Prix de Diane Longines is an exceptional day of racing, crowning each year the best 3 years old filly at the magnificent
and peaceful Chantilly racecourse.


Mixing elegancy and conviviality, the Prix de Diane Longines is the not-to-miss race of the year.

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Quarterback offers you this unique opportunity to enjoy such a passionate yet elegant and stylish day in the best conditions.

325€ excluding taxes


Sales Contact : 55 rue le Marois 75016 PARIS
Tél : +33 (0)1 53 84 25 21 – Fax : +33 (0) 1 53 84 25 01
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5 CHANTILLY RACECOURSE

CHANTILLY RACECOURSE

THE WORLD’S LARGEST TRAINING GROUND FOR THOROUGHBRED IS IN FRANCE


Chantilly’s training centre, which is managed by France Galop and located just a few miles outside of Paris, is the only centre of its kind in the world. Bright and early every morning, more than 2,500 racehorses head out to train on the centre’s 2,000 hectares of gallops. 


This magnificent sight is orchestrated by 110 trainers and 1,000 exercise riders.

THE CHARMS OF THE CHANTILLY ESTATE

Less than an hour’s drive outside of Paris, the Chantilly Estate houses treasures that have been passed down its line of illustrious owners: Anne, Duke of Montmorency, the Bourbon-Condé lineage, Henri d’Orléans, Duke of Aumale. The château is home to the Condé Museum and its collection of paintings, among which are masterpieces by Raphaël, Botticelli, Clouet, Poussin, Watteau, Ingres, Delacroix. Inside the château, the Cabinet des Livres library boasts 13,000 books, including the world’s most precious manuscript: Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (15th century)!

The estate’s 115 hectares of grounds are unique thanks to the hugely diverse gardens. The Grandes Écuries, a masterpiece of 18th century architecture, are among the most luxurious stables in the world. Inside, the Horse Museum gives an insight into the relationship between man and horse, while the team of 20 horses and 7 riders give performances all year round.

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MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT


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THE EVENTS OF THE SEASON 2018

Thrilling horse racing action all year round!

Les Dimanches au Galop

Les Dimanches au Galop

March, April & Mai 2018 Something different to do on a Sunday
Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris

Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris

19th & 20th May 2018 - Auteuil The most spectacular jumps races
QIPCO Prix du Jockey Club

QIPCO Prix du Jockey Club

3rd June 2018 - Chantilly Be there when history is made
Prix de Diane Longines

Prix de Diane Longines

17th June 2018 - Chantilly The world’s most glamorous race day
Meeting de Deauville Lucien Barrière

Meeting de Deauville Lucien Barrière

from 28th July to 29th August - Deauville-La Touques The very best jockeys in the summer’s top races
FG Garden Party - Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris

FG Garden Party - Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris

14th July 2018 - ParisLongchamp The best discs and jockeys
Qatar Arc Trials

Qatar Arc Trials

16th September - ParisLongchamp The ultimate dress rehearsal
Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

6th and 7th October - ParisLongchamp The crowing of a legend
48H de l'Obstacle

48H de l'Obstacle

4th & 5th November 2018 - Auteuil Every second counts