Haras d'Etreham Prix Jean Prat Gr.1

This new partnership, starting in 2021, demonstrates the Etreham’s strong desire to support France Galop, the French racing industry, its professionals and particularly breeders.

The choice of Deauville was a natural one, for its welcoming setting, proximity with breeders, and of course, its Prix Jean Prat Gr.1. Nicolas de Chambure, Managing Director of the Haras d’Etreham, explains: “For several years we have been searching for a sponsorship project with a top-level race and we are delighted to associate the stud with the Prix Jean Prat, the final Group 1 of the European season reserved to the three-year-old generation. This contest is becoming a reference in the selection of future stallions. Through this sponsorship and the hospitality we will offer on the occasion, we also wish to express our gratitude to all those who support us, and share with them a magnificent day at the races.”

Jumps programme for the fillies

 Since 2019, the Haras d'Etreham has invested significantly in support of the jumping discipline.

He is the official partner of the 
Haras d’Etreham Prix Magalen Bryant Gr.2.
On this occasion the Haras d’Etreham rewards the winning connections and offers a nomination to one of the stud’s jumps sires to the successful owner.

The Haras d’Etreham’s support of the fillies and mares jumping division is also embodied by the presentation of a nomination to the owners of the winners of Group races reserved for females: Prix Sagan, Prix Christian de Tredern, Prix Chambly, Prix Magne and Prix André Michel (all Gr.3).

These nominations are presented on the day of the Haras d’Etreham Prix Magalen Bryant Gr.2, during a cocktail reception hosted in the presidential grandstand at Auteuil Racecourse.

The initial partnership (from 2019 to 2021) was focused upon the programme for three-year-old fillies, through the sponsorship of five black-type races culminating in the Haras d’Etreham Prix Bournosienne Gr.2, which became the Haras d’Etreham Prix Magalen Bryant Gr.2 in 2021. As well as adding 30,000€ to the prize fund of the latter contest, 15 nominations have been presented to the owners of winning fillies.