Bet Slip
My Bet Slip
How to use My Betslip
Placing a Single Bet Placing a Multiple Bet Manage bookmakers

Simply click a price on Race Passes and we’ll take you off to place your bet with your favourite bookmaker. You can also place single bets from the Bet Slip – just click the price in the Bet Slip.

Our Bet Slip allows you to build up your selections before you begin placing multiple bets with your favourite bookmakers. Click the +BET button to add your selections and then, when you’re ready, hit ‘Bet Now’ to go to your chosen bookmaker’s site and place your bets.

Select the bookmaker prices you want to display on Race Passes by switching the toggles between show and hide in the Bookmaker Manager, or use the Currently Showing selection screen. We will automatically display the best odds from your chosen bookmakers.

Note that Betfair Exchange prices are available to logged in customers only and are not included in the best odds calculation.

Bets Odds
You currently have no selections.
timeform logo mini sign in to timeformSign In

register to timeformRegister Free Bets
timeform menu collapse

Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe: Timeform preview and free Race Pass


The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (15:05 UK time) at Longchamp on Sunday is available as a free Race Pass, which means logged-in customers can view all our premium comments and ratings.

A maximum field of 20 will line up for Europe’s richest race, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp, at 15:05 UK time. The most notable absentee is Baaeed, whose connections have opted for the Champion Stakes later in the month, while some other intended runners have failed to make the cut, controversially so in the case of Melbourne Cup winner Verry Elleegant. That leaves an open-looking Arc with no real top-notchers perhaps but plenty of high-class performers separated by very little on adjusted Timeform ratings.

Golden Horn is the only three-year-old colt to have been successful in the last ten years but runners of that age and sex, who formerly had an excellent record in the race, look the ones to concentrate on in this year’s contest.

Luxembourg (136p) had to miss much of the first part of the season through injury after finishing third in the 2000 Guineas but he has won both his starts since and produced a high-class performance to win the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown last time, showing battling qualities and also proving strong at the finish which suggests the step up to a mile and a half is unlikely to hold any fears for him. Beaten only once in six starts, proven on soft ground and with Aidan O’Brien having the ‘Hot Trainer’ flag, he’s entitled to plenty of respect with further improvement to come.

But less than two lengths back in third at Leopardstown was Vadeni (135) who is fancied to turn the tables on Luxembourg. He too steps up in trip and wasn’t seen to best effect last time, finding himself stuck in a pocket early in the straight and having to weave his way through before finishing with running left in him. The Jean-Claude Rouget-trained colt made a big impression in the summer, coming home five lengths clear in the Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly before putting up another high-class performance to win the Eclipse at Sandown with a fine turn of foot from the back of the field. His jockey Christophe Soumillon can make the headlines for all the right reasons this time.

Splitting Luxembourg and Vadeni at Leopardstown was another French colt, Onesto (135), and he makes each-way appeal again after going down by just half a length after edging ahead briefly in the final furlong. Ridden from well off the pace in all his starts, which means he’ll need some luck in running if he’s ridden the same way in this big field, Onesto was a never-nearer fifth behind Vadeni in the Prix du Jockey Club before stepping up in trip to win the Grand Prix de Paris over the Arc course and distance, earning the ‘Horses For Courses’ flag, and that form has worked out well.

Also making each-way appeal is the Sir Mark Prescott-trained Alpinista (135), an admirable mare who goes to Longchamp unbeaten in seven starts since the beginning of last year, with the last five of those wins coming at the top level. She’s proved at least as good as ever this term, winning the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud on her return in June and then showing a good attitude to beat the Oaks winner Tuesday by a length in the Yorkshire Oaks last time.

However, it’s Alpinista’s 2021 form which really advertises her chances here as she beat both German contenders Torquator Tasso (137) and Mendocino (130) on their home turf in Group 1 contests last year. Torquator Tasso went on to pull off a shock win on soft ground in last year’s Arc – conditions might not be too dissimilar this time – but was turned over at odds on by outsider Mendocino in a muddling race when bidding to win the Grosser Preis von Baden for the second time at Baden-Baden four weeks ago. Torquator Tasso earlier had three of these rivals behind him when runner-up in the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot but a wide draw won’t make a successful defence of his title any easier.

Third in the King George was Mishriff (137) for the ‘Hot Trainer’ team of John & Thady Gosden. He can boast better form than many of these, with his best effort this year coming when running Vadeni to a neck in the Eclipse despite being hampered. But conditions will be very different here and he was only fourth in the Irish Champion Stakes last time, while he’s another with a high draw to deal with. He has cheekpieces on for the first time.

Three-year-old Westover (134) disappointed badly in the King George after racing freely but had looked a most promising colt until then, keeping on well for third in the Derby after a troubled passage and then forging clear for a seven-length win in the Irish Derby, though that form has taken some knocks since.

The annual Japanese challenge is the largest yet, with four contenders from the Far East, headed by Titleholder (138) whose Japanese form gives him every chance assuming he handles much softer conditions than he’s used to. He’s versatile trip-wise, successful in the Japanese St Leger last year and the winner of further Group 1 contests over two miles, and then eleven furlongs, on his last couple of outings this year when better than ever. Last time, in the Takarazuka Kinen at Hanshin in June, he had both Deep Bond (133) and Stay Foolish (131) behind him when breaking the track record. This year’s Japanese Derby winner Do Deuce (129) has improvement to find and shaped as though needing the run in the Prix Niel here three weeks ago.

The other two British-trained runners Alenquer (133) and Mostahdaf (131) have won the Tattersalls Gold Cup and September Stakes this year for William Haggas (another ‘Hot Trainer’) and the Gosdens respectively, but they’re among several of the remainder for whom victory would come as a surprise.

Timeform analyst’s verdict

In the absence of superstar Baaeed, there's an open look to this year's Arc and Vadeni, so impressive when landing the Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly in June, is taken to emerge on top. He wasn't seen to best effect behind Luxembourg and Onesto at Leopardstown and there could be more to come from him now upped to 1½m. Luxembourg is also likely to benefit from this step up in trip and he is greatly respected, while the admirable mare Alpinista and Onesto both make serious each-way appeal.

Timeform weight-adjusted ratings

138 Titleholder

137 Mishriff

137 Torquator Tasso

136p Luxembourg

135 Alpinista

135 Onesto

135 Vadeni

134 Westover

133 Alenquer

133 Deep Bond

132 Broome

132 Grand Glory

131 Mostahdaf

131 Sealiway

131 Stay Foolish

130 Bubble Gift

130 Mendocino

129 Do Deuce

128 Mare Australis

126p Al Hakeem

Race Passes are the ultimate form guide, providing Timeform analysis, Flags and ratings for every runner in every race in Britain and Ireland. Subscribers have access to additional features that add extra levels of insight, including complete performance histories, an extensive form archive and unlimited use of horse, jockey and trainer searches.

Just log in and click here to view the full card and Timeform analysis for the 15:05 at Longchamp on Sunday. You can subscribe to Race Passes to access every race here.



Horse racing free bet offers


    Place a min £10 bet on the Sportsbook on odds of min 1/2 (1.5), get £30 in Free Bets. Rewards valid for 30 days. SMS verification required. Only deposits via cards or Apple Pay will qualify. T&Cs apply. Please Gamble Responsibly

    Read Betfair Review
  • Sign up and bet £20 - Get your money back as cash if it loses

    New customers only. Place your FIRST bet on any Horse Racing market and if it loses we will refund your stake in CASH. Max refund for this offer is £20. Only deposits made using cards will qualify for this promotion. T&Cs apply.

    Read Paddy Power Review
  • Bet £10 Get £60 in bonuses

    New UK customers only. Register using the promo code BETFRED60, deposit and place first bet of £10+ on Sports (cumulative Evens+) within 7 days of registration. First bet must be on Sports. £20 in Free Bets to be used on Sports, £10 in Free Bets to be used on Lotto and 50 Free Spins (20p per spin) credited within 48 hours of bet settlement. Further £20 in Free Bets credited 5 days after settlement. Bonuses have a 7-day expiry. Payment restrictions apply. SMS verification and/or Proof of I.D and address may be required. Full T&Cs apply.

    Read Betfred Review

Free Daily Race Pass (Result)


Sunday 04 December
6. TEAHUPOO (FR) 1st
J. W. Kennedy silk J. W. Kennedy
Gordon Elliott, Ireland
P. Townend silk P. Townend
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Rachael Blackmore silk Rachael Blackmore
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Go to full race



1st Mr J. J. Codd silk 1. BETTER DAYS AHEAD (IRE) 15/82.87
2nd Mr P. W. Mullins silk 3. CHAPEAU DE SOLEIL (IRE) 4/61.66f
5 ran. NRs: 2 


1st Connor Brace silk 6. LILTING VERSE (IRE) 7/24.5
2nd Sam Twiston-Davies silk ½ 2. ALFIE'S PRINCESS (IRE) 11/82.37f
3rd Jordan Nailor silk 9. STRONG BELLE 8/19
J: Connor Brace  
8 ran. NRs: 1 

15:15 KELSO

1st Patrick Wadge silk 3. TRAPRAIN LAW (FR) 13/27.5
2nd Luke Scott silk 2. REWIRED 7/24.5
3rd Dylan Johnston silk 1. DANCEWITHTHEWIND (IRE) 9/25.5
J: Patrick Wadge (6)  
8 ran. NRs: 6 


1st Donagh Meyler silk 12. MERLIN GIANT (FR) 9/25.5
2nd B. J. Cooper silk 6. PINKERTON (IRE) 5/16
3rd P. Townend silk 3 2. ICARE ALLEN (FR) 7/24.5f
4th Cian Cullinan silk 3 10. MAN O WORK (IRE) 8/19
17 ran. NRs: 19  7 


1st Harry Cobden silk 6. PIC D'ORHY (FR) 9/43.25
2nd Kielan Woods silk 2 5. MILLERS BANK 85/403.12f
J: Harry Cobden  
All 7 ran.

14:40 KELSO

1st Thomas Dowson silk 6. HERITIER DE SIVOLA (FR) 9/110
2nd Dylan Johnston silk 9. ECONOMIC EDITOR (IRE) 7/24.5
3rd Ryan Mania silk 7 3. FAITHFULFLYER (IRE) 9/52.8f
T: Philip Kirby  
All 9 ran.


1st J. W. Kennedy silk 6. TEAHUPOO (FR) 20/121
2nd P. Townend silk nk 3. KLASSICAL DREAM (FR) 5/16
3rd Rachael Blackmore silk 8. HONEYSUCKLE 4/111.36f
All 8 ran.


1st Tom Bellamy silk 10. BIG BOY BOBBY (IRE) 7/18
2nd Billy Garritty silk 7. FIRST IMPRESSION (IRE) 10/34.33
3rd Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk nk 1. ANYHARMINASKING (IRE) 15/28.5
J: Tom Bellamy  
T: Alan King  
All 10 ran.

14:05 KELSO

1st Henry Brooke silk 1. ANTI BRIDGIE (IRE) 7/24.5
2nd Brian Hughes silk nk 3. AUBIS WALK (FR) 6/42.5f
J: Henry Brooke  
5 ran. NRs: 5 
Go to Horse Racing Results