UET Masters Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

UET Masters Series is a harness racing series arranged by European Trotting Union. It was launched in 2012 as a successor of European Grand Circuit that was competed since 1956.[1]

The series consist of four Grand Slam races (Prix d'Amerique, Lotteria, Elitloppet and Oslo Grand Prix) and almost one hundred Group 1 or Group 2 races in eight different European countries. The ranking is similar to ATP World Tour on tennis. Five best horses of every race collect points. These points are calculated from the last 365 days and a new updated ranking list is released weekly.

From 12 to 16 top ranked horses meet every September on a final race which is named UET Trotting Masters (French: UET Masters du Trot). The final is held each year on a different racecourse. The first UET Trotting Masters was raced at the Solvalla racetrack in Stockholm, Sweden.


Place Grand Slam Group I Group II
01st 1000 0500 0250
02nd 0600 0300 0150
03rd 0400 0200 0100
04th 0200 0100 0050
05th 0100 0050 0025

Finals 2012–2015[edit]

Years Track Winner Driver Runner-up Third place Winning time
2012 Sweden Solvalla, Stockholm Sweden Sebastian K Åke Svanstedt France Save the Quick France Quarcio du Chene 1:11,7a
2013 France Vincennes, Paris France Ready Cash Franck Nivard France Timoko France The Best Madrik 1:11,7a
2014 Denmark Charlottenlund, Copenhagen Sweden Ed You Torbjörn Jansson Sweden Mosaique Face Sweden Canaka B.F. 1:12,4a
2015 Belgium Hippodrome de Wallonie, Mons Sweden Mosaique Face Lutfi Kolgjini Sweden Creatine Italy Oasis Bi 1:11,7a
2016 Norway Bjerke Travbane, Oslo United States Nuncio Örjan Kihlström Italy Oasis Bi Sweden Mosaique Face 1:10,7a



  1. ^ "European Grand Circuit out; Trotting Masters in". United States Trotting Association. Retrieved 2013-04-16.