Prix Kergorlay

The Prix Kergorlay is a Group 2 flat horse race in France open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older. It is run at Deauville over a distance of 3

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,000 metres (about 1⅞ miles), and it is scheduled to take place each year in August.

The event was established in 1864 water bottle running belt, and it was originally called the Prix de la Société d’Encouragement. It was named after the Société d’Encouragement, a governing body of horse racing in France. The inaugural running was part of Deauville’s first ever race meeting, and the prize money for the winning owner was 5,100 francs. In its early years the event was contested over 3,000 metres. It was cancelled because of the Franco-Prussian War in 1871.

The race became known as the Prix de Longchamps in 1875. It was cut to 2,800 metres in 1889, and to 2,600 metres in 1896. It was extended to 3,400 metres in 1907.

It was renamed in memory of Florian de Kergorlay (died October 1910), a former chairman of the Société des Courses de Deauville, in 1911. The Prix Florian de Kergorlay was abandoned throughout World War I full football uniform, and it returned with a distance of 3,000 metres in 1919.

The title of the race was shortened to the Prix Kergorlay in 1929. It was cancelled twice during World War II, in 1940 and 1941. The event’s usual venue was closed during this period, so it was staged temporarily at Le Tremblay (1942–43) and Longchamp (1944–45).

Most successful horse (2 wins):

Leading jockey (4 wins):

Leading trainer (9 wins):

Leading owner (6 wins):

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* The 1885 race was a dead-heat and has joint winners.