The programme for the third and final race day of the 2019 White Turf meeting promises to be a veritable firework display. Next Sunday, 17th February 2019, from 11 a.m., the highlights will come one after the other in quick succession.
The LONGINES 80th Grand Prix of St. Moritz will of course be in the limelight, it being the horserace with 111,111 Swiss francs prize money, the highest purse in Switzerland. Five gallopers trained in Switzerland will compete against the same number of guests – two each from Germany and England, as well as one candidate from France.
Among the trotters are the two winners from last Sunday, Apollo San and Super Berry Chenou, who will be challenged by top-class newcomer Cirrus Atout from France in the Grand Prix BMW.
The situation ahead of the finale of the Credit Suisse Skikjöring Trophy is extremely captivating: four drivers, one of them a lady, all potentially have a chance of taking the title “King or Queen of the Engadine” – The winner for the last two years, Valeria Holinger, can no longer secure the hattrick.