Prix De La Grotte - Records

Records

Leading jockey since 1952 (7 wins):

  • Yves Saint-Martin – La Sega (1962), Felicia (1963), Mirna (1964), Tonnera (1966), Pola Bella (1968), Koblenza (1969), Captive Island (1985)

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