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The Deauville-La Touques racecourse It is at the Deauville-La Touques racetrack that we can see the most races in the year! It thus deserves its nickname of “4 seasons” racetrack with its program of 42 days of flat racing, the discipline where the speed of thoroughbreds is expressed. Its prestigious races (Group 1) and its training center of 300 horses a year and 600 in summer attract the elite of riders and an international clientele. This racetrack was the first 10 years ago to inaugurate a fiber-sand track, which allows it to organize races in winter. Its grass track takes over in summer. Deauville – La Touques then hosted many races which earned it its reputation, including the famous Rothschild, Maurice de Gheest, Jacques Le Marois, Morny, Jean Romanet prizes… and to close the summer season, the Grand Prix de Deauville.
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Deauville-Clairefontaine racecourse If the Deauville-La Touques racetrack is the sanctuary for flat races, that of Clairefontaine can boast of being the only tri-disciplinary racetrack on the Normandy coast, hosting trot, obstacle and flat races exclusively on grass. Located in the towns of Tourgéville and Bénerville, the Deauville-Clairefontaine racecourse, with its typically Norman buildings, is considered one of the most flowery in France: "the racecourse with 100 flowers", to use Leon Zitrone's expression. It is also a relaxing place to spend a day with the family: many activities are offered for children and different themes punctuate each day of the race.
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The International Horse Pole Located in the heart of one of the best breeding grounds, Deauville inaugurated the Pôle International du Cheval in 2010, an equipment totally dedicated to the multidisciplinary promotion of sport horses. Temple of equestrian sports, this high-quality "multifunction" center, covered and passable all year round, is open to all audiences, professionals, individuals and schools. It offers an unequaled reception and organization capacity: pony club and horse club, owners stable, ideal facilities for horse training and training, regional, national or international competition areas, training place and of course a show.
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Arqana Élie de Brignac is the first English thoroughbred auction in France, second in Europe and fourth in the world behind Lexington, Newmarket and Dublin. Deauville was the scene of the sale of champions who forever marked the history of international racing, notably winning the legendary Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe: Hélissio, Subotica and the unforgettable Urban Sea, mother of the current head stallion list in Europe Galileo and crack Sea The Stars and many others have forged the international reputation of Arqana. Today, seven auctions are held throughout the year: three sales of yearlings, two sales of training horses and horses "ready to run" and two sales of breeding and mixed. To know: the amphitheater of the establishment - with the perfect acoustics - is also a place of concerts for the Festival of Passover and the Musical August.
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The training center The Deauville Training Center is one of the most important centers in France: in the year, it accommodates 300 horses and twice as many during the summer season and the famous summer meeting. Boxes were built specially for training and the owners can also use those of the Tattersall Stables, built in 1887, restored from 1985 to 1991. Different tracks for training are used: For the flat: 3 sand tracks of 2 000 meters, one for trotting and two for canters; 1 grass track of 2 meters and an area of ​​000 hectares; For the obstacle: 5 canter track equipped with mobile hedges; 1 steeplechase. The Center also has at its disposal the tracks which are in the center of the Deauville-La Touques racecourse. The new fiber-sand track allows training whatever the weather.

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