Who To Follow On Day One Of The Prix de l'Arc De Triomphe Meeting 2022

James Mackie | @JMackieRacing

Trainer To Follow - Jean-Claude Rouget

French trainer Jean-Claude Rouget could be set for a big weekend at ParisLongchamp with some big chances in the Arc but he could kickstart the weekend on the Saturday with two huge chances.

His first chance of the afternoon comes from Lassaut in the Group Two Prix Dollar with this three year old holding some classy form and his price of 13/2 looks value.

An even better chance for the Frenchman comes from Erevann in the Group Two Prix Daniel Wildenstein with the three year old the clear favourite for the race.

Rouget heads into the weekend sporting a strike rate of 19% for the last two weeks, managing to land four winners from his last 21 runners.

Jockey To Follow - Ryan Moore

Leading British rider Ryan Moore could be set for a good day at ParisLongchamp on the first day of the Arc meeting with a handful of smart rides.

In the opener he sits on the game Al Qareem for Karl Burke with the extra few furlongs set to suit this horses and he looks slightly overpriced.

He sits on Emily Dickinson in the first Group One of the day who will handle the trip and might appreciate some cut in the ground.

Two of Moore's best rides of the day comes in his next few races with Denmark looking to have a big chance in the Haras de Bouquetot and then in the feature Group One Prix du Cadran Kyprios is looking to stay unbeaten.

Moore finishes the afternoon riding Grocer Jack for William Haggas in the Prix Dollar and Glounthane for Aidan O'Brien in the Prix Daniel Wildenstein.