Chantilly, France, may be better known for crème Chantilly than its annual race the Prix de Diane that brings out richness of another sort. (Crème Chantilly frequently is mistakenly attributed to the chef at the chateau here. Actuallly, it appeared in Italy in the 16th cenutry and was imported to France by Catherine de Medici a century later after marrying Henry II.) The Prix de Diane horse race is for three-year-old fillies, plus there's a race with all-female jockeys. According to French logic, that means "bring on feminine elegance." Translation: Hats and horses.