Fourteen of the world’s young talented jockeys prepare for the prestigious Prix Longines Future Racing Stars race at the event of the Prix de Diane Longines, Chantilly, France on Sunday 16th June, 2013.
The race will take place during one of the most prestigious dates in the racing calendar, the Prix de Diane Longines. This year the challenge takes on an international dimension. Fourteen young, talented jockeys from 8 countries – Australia, Great Britain, France, Japan, Germany, Italy, South Africa and the United States will meet for the first time on the race track in front of an audience of 40 000 spectators hoping to gain victory and bring home the Prix Longines Future Racing Stars.
George Chaloner, Jacob Butterfield (pictured) and Joey Haynes were selected to represent Britain in this annual race amongst the world’s top racing schools. Both George and Jacob are ex NRC graduates.
The objective of this race is to promote future rising stars on the racecourse and for them to demonstrate their talent to a worldwide audience. This race provides them with the perfect opportunity to demonstrate their talent and their savoir faire in flat racing.