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Chuchle Arena Prague has a new web address

In connection with the ever wider scope of activities of Chuchle Arena Prague, the design and clarity of the website will be modified at the beginning of next year, which is already preceded by another change. This concerns the web address, which changes from the existing velka-chuchle.cz to chuchlearena.cz.

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Published 11. 12. 2020 14:35

Top-favourite Vivienne Wells won Czech St Leger

The hard "covid" racing season 2020 in the Czech Republic ended on Saturday, November 21, when Chuchle Arena Prague organized, without spectators, the final raceday. It culminated in the last, longest classic test, the 75th Czech St Leger. As expected, top favorite Vivienne Wells with two-time German jockey-champion Alexander Pietsch, easily won, the second finished Cote Jardin in front of only one Czech bred horse in field Avignon.

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Published 21. 11. 2020 16:06

Hard season will end with St leger

All Czech classic races of 2020 will take place! This year's, extremely demanding and difficult season will end in the 75th year of the longest classic St. Leger race at the Chuchle Arena Prague. Its holding on Saturday, November 21, will allow an exemption from the current general restrictive measures granted by the Ministry of Health at the request of the Jockey Club of the Czech Republic. The event must take place without spectators, the total number of which is limited to 150 people.

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Published 13. 11. 2020 11:41

St Leger postponed, final raceday canceled

Due to the actual order of the Government of the Czech Republic, the 11th raceday (with 75th Czech St Leger) will not take place in the planned date of 25 October. This raceday is postponed now and its taking place will be decided on the basis of further measures of the government. The 12th raceday (14 November) is canceled.

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Published 14. 10. 2020 13:41

Aleš Opatrný won Eliot Cup

The second complete show jumping season in Chuchle Arena Prague ended on the second weekend of October with the second running of the Eliot Cup. Competition is named by (Eliot) only one Czech horse that won the Olympic Games in jumping in the saddle with František Ventura (1928). Perhaps a little symbolically, less than a year before the Tokyo Olympics, Aleš Opatrný, who is qualified for a sports holiday in Japan, won this year's Eliot Cup.

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Published 12. 10. 2020 9:08

EJC 2020: the Cup for Vincent Cheminaud

Sunday part of the great racing weekend in Chuchle Arena Prague, already in significantly better weather than on Saturday, belonged to the sixth running of the European Jockey Cup with nine jockeys from four countries (for the first time also with female jockey, wild card holder Martina Havelková). The overall winner with 30 points was the Vincent Cheminaud from France, who joined the nomination a few days before the event as a substitute for the injured Christophe Soumillon.

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Published 27. 9. 2020 19:01

Saturday's main races for favorites

The great weekend at the Chuchle Arena Prague offered, or still will offer, eight Class A races, and its Saturday part culminated in two traditionally the most important comparative races of 3yo+ horses at mile and long distances. The 4yo favorites won both of them and the second places were taken by the this year's classic horses.

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Published 26. 9. 2020 18:42

Raceday on October 4 is canceled

Due to the unfavorable situation and expectations of restrictions on the rules for organizing mass events, the raceday on October 4 is canceled.

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Published 18. 9. 2020 10:43

EŽ Praha Gold Cup for Capivari

On Sunday, September 13, as the eighth part of this year's metropolitan season, the only one raceday at the Chuchle Arena Prague with obstacle races, took place here. The highlight of EŽ Praha raceday, 14th EŽ Praha Gold Cup (Class A, 2m 5f, 360 ths. CZK), is the longiest and the richest Czech fences race.

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Published 13. 9. 2020 18:40

Favorite Opasan won the 100th Czech Derby

On Sunday, September 6, the jubilee 100th Czech Derby took place in the Chuchle Arena Prague, as part of the great ceremonial program. It could not be organized traditionally in June, but it took place at the latest in its long history. With total prize-money 2 mio CZK it is the richest flat race in Central Europe. 13 three-year-old colts and three fillies took part in the start, in this season undefeated Slovak colt Opasan was the favorite.

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Published 6. 9. 2020 18:41