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Au-Delà Des Pistes unveils 2017 dates for retrained racehorse days

Au-Delà Des Pistes unveils 2017 dates for retrained racehorse days
Lead picture: Cirrus des Aigles & Charlie Soumillon Parade
Following the success of the inaugural “Retrained Racehorse Day”, which took place at Deauville-La Touques racecourse on Saturday 27th August 2016, Au-Delà Des Pistes is pleased to announce this event will be repeated in 2017 at several racecourses throughout France. Thanks to the support of France Galop as well as Le Lion d’Angers and Craon racecourses, these events will take place during some of France’s most popular race meetings. As for the inaugural edition, ex-racehorses will demonstrate their new skills, whether in three-day eventing, show jumping, polo, dressage or vaulting, and former champions will be paraded in front of the public.   These events aim to promote the versatility of off-the-track thoroughbreds to racegoers as well as industry professionals and equestrian riders. These days will also put the emphasis on the organisations that retrain ex-racehorses for their new careers. 
Polo Horse Ball 
ADDP, Cavaliers et France Galop
Retrained Racehorse Days in 2017: 
• Tuesday 25 May 2017 – Le Lion d’Angers Raccourse – Anjou-Loire Challenge meeting (Europe’s longest cross-country race) 
• Sunday 9 July 2017 – Chantilly Racecourse – Prix Jean Prat meeting
• Saturday 26 August 2017 – Deauville-La Touques racecourse – Eve of the Grand Prix de Deauville meeting
• Sunday 3 September 2017 – Craon racecourse –Grand Cross de Craon meeting
For further information, please contact Marine Thevenet on +33 679 599 749 or send us an email at: audeladespistes@gmail.com  
Papineau Parade (above);  Dressage Kasbah Bliss Dressage (below)


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