Right-handed or left-handed rail
Flat races only.
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Turf track with a right-hand rail
|Courses from 1,600m to 3,200m|
Turf track with a left-hand rail
Courses from 1,400m to 2,400m
A straight line in turf, the longest one in Europe with Newmarket
35 Different starting points
The racecourse extends on 92 hectares. It is one of the biggest racetracks in Paris area. 20 hectares are dedicated to the several turf courses:
In 1818, a banker called Jacques Laffitte bought the castle of Maisons-Laffitte and its land. From the start it included an area dedicated to horse racing, organised by Laffitte’s son Charles and his son-in-law the Prince of Moskowa. The racecourse officially opened its doors in 1878 and was bought by the Racing Society in 1892.
The Maisons-Laffitte racecourse is built alongside the Seine borders, on 92 hectares of land. It is the oldest and vastest Parisian racecourse, with no less than 20 hectares of tracks.
Main races and events:
Prix Messidor (Sunday 6th July 2014),
Prix Robert Papin, G1 (Sunday 27 July 2014)
Prix de Ris-Orangis (July),
Prix Maurice de Nieuil, G2 (July)
Prix Eugène Adam, G2 (July)
Critérium de Maisons-Laffitte, G2 (November)
There are no races today at this course.
There is currently no historic data to show previous meetings at this course.