The Hippodrome de Maisons-Laffitte at 1 avenue de la Pelouse in the northwestern Parisian suburb of Maisons-Laffitte in France is a turf horse racing facility and track for Thoroughbred flat racing. Opened in 1878 by Joseph Oller, inventor of the pari-mutuel machine, it sits on 92 hectares that belonged to the wealthy banker Jacques Laffitte.
The nearby Château de Maisons-Laffitte is home to The Museum of the Racehorse.
Open from early March through to the end of November, currently the major annual Conditions races at Hippodrome de Maisons-Laffitte include the:
- Prix Eugène Adam
- Prix Robert Papin
- Prix Messidor
- La Coupe de Maisons-Laffitte
- Prix Eclipse
- Prix de Seine-et-Oise
- Critérium de Maisons-Laffitte
- Prix Miesque
- France Galop website for Hippodrome de Maisons-Laffitte (French language)
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