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Prix Allez France

Group 3 race
Prix Allez France
Location Chantilly Racecourse
Chantilly, France
Inaugurated 2004
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Website france-galop.com
Race information
Distance 2,000 metres (1¼ miles)
Track Turf, right-handed
Qualification Four-years-old and up
fillies & mares
excluding Group 1 winners *
Weight 55 kg
1 kg if not Group placed *
3 kg for Group 2 winners *
2 kg for Group 3 winners *
* since January 1 last year
Purse 80,000 (2009)
1st: 50%, 2nd: 20%, 3rd: 15%
4th: 10%, 5th: 5%

The Prix Allez France is a Group 3 flat horse race in France which is open to thoroughbred fillies and mares aged four years or older. It is run at Chantilly over a distance of 2,000 metres (about 1¼ miles), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late April or early May.

The event is named in honour of Allez France, a successful mare trained at Chantilly during the 1970s, whose victories included the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in 1974. It is one of several races for older fillies which were introduced across Europe in 2004. These were designed as an incentive to keep more of their gender from being exported or prematurely retired to stud. Other similar events created at this time include the Windsor Forest Stakes and the Ridgewood Pearl Stakes.



Leading jockey:

  • no jockey has won this race more than once

Leading trainer (2 wins):

Leading owner:

  • no owner has won this race more than once








2004 Pride 4 Davy Bonilla Alain de Royer-Dupré NP Bloodstock Ltd 2:06.9
2005 Elopa 4 Andrasch Starke Andreas Schütz Stall Gamshof 2:01.6
2006 Paita 4 Olivier Peslier Elie Lellouche Teruya Yoshida 2:04.8
2007 Macleya 5 Stéphane Pasquier André Fabre Richard C. Thompson 2:01.6
2008 Fair Breeze 5 Andreas Helfenbein Mario Hofer Stall Margarethe 2:09.0
2009 Shemima 4 Christophe Soumillon Alain de Royer-Dupré HH Aga Khan IV 2:06.2


  • horseracingintfed.comInternational Federation of Horseracing Authorities – Prix Allez France (2009).

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