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2000 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe

The 2000 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe was a horse race which took place at Longchamp on Sunday October 1, 2000. It was the 79th running of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, and it was won by Sinndar. The winner was ridden by Johnny Murtagh and trained by John Oxx.

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Race details

  • Sponsor: Lucien Barrière
  • Purse:
  • Going: Good
  • Number of runners: 10
  • Winner's time: 2m 25.8s

Full result

*

Horse

Age

Jockey

Trainer

1 Sinndar 3 Johnny Murtagh John Oxx (IRE)
2 Egyptband 3 Olivier Doleuze Criquette Head
3 3 Volvoreta 3 Olivier Peslier Carlos Lerner
4 Montjeu 4 Michael Kinane John Hammond
5 nk Hightori 3 Gérald Mossé Philippe Demercastel
6 Samum 3 Andrasch Starke Andreas Schütz (GER)
7 ½ Daring Miss 4 Christophe Soumillon André Fabre
8 ½ Russian Hope 5 Thierry Jarnet Henri-Alex Pantall
9 10 Hesiode 3 Frankie Dettori Jean-Claude Rouget
10 8 Raypour 3 Niall McCullagh John Oxx (IRE)

* The distances between the horses are shown in lengths or shorter. nk = neck.
† Trainers are based in France unless indicated.

Winner's details

Further details of the winner, Sinndar:

  • Foaled: February 27, 1997 in Ireland
  • Sire: Grand Lodge; Dam: Sinntara (Lashkari)
  • Breeder: HH Aga Khan IV

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