Horse racing with an Olympic flavor at La Roche Posay

Horse racing with an Olympic flavor at La Roche Posay
Horse racing with an Olympic flavor at La Roche Posay

NR-CP partnership

Apart from the four trotting races and the three flat races of the day which constitute, this Sunday, June 23, the third meeting of the horse racing season on the La Gâtinière racecourse in La Roche-Posay, the Department, partner of the day, offers various sporting activities in collaboration with the Departmental Olympic and Sports Committee (CDOS).

Sports and games to discover

It will thus be possible to discover gymnastics, fencing, boxing, adapted sports and laser shooting to visitors. The public will also be able to participate in the Wheel of Challenges with questions and sporting challenges, without forgetting the promotion of the Nature Sport label (climbing, canoeing, orienteering, cycle touring, Nordic walking, hang gliding, sport fishing, caving , horseback riding etc.) through quizzes and the Grand Vienne game, which will allow the public to win tourist tickets to the department’s parks.

The CDOS’s mission is to represent and unite the sports movement through the 57 departmental committees, the 1,318 sports clubs and the 108,000 licensees in Vienne; to defend and promote sport and its educational values ​​by relaying and implementing the policies and actions initiated by the CNOSF (representative of the IOC in France) in various areas, in particular by carrying out actions aimed at combating violence and doping in sport or to promote the ethics and values ​​of fair play; and to support the structuring and development of the sports movement.

Operations begin at 2 p.m. Entrance over 18 years old: €6, and one free entry for every 3 purchased on presentation of the Crédit Agricole membership card. Catering on the racecourse by Lencloître Fairgrounds. Reservation at 06.65.46.15.57. Food trucks: Aux Gourmets farmeurs and Ker Yann (crepes and pancakes). Nature sport label in Vienna: sportsnature-vienne86.fr

Groceries

Renault-Denis-Freres Prize (flat, 1,700 m), Crédit Agricole Touraine-Poitou Prize (hitched, 2,600 m), Futuroscope Prize (flat, 2,400 m), Vienne Department Prize (hitched, 3,150 m), René-Barré Prize (flat, 2,400 m), Jugle and Ventura frame prize (hitched, 3,150 m), Sas Merlot Prize (hitched, 2,600 m).

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