Direction Vincennes this Friday, June 10, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Titana Prize will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be contested over 2850 meters, and endowed with 57,000€.
In this event, Zante Laser (1) has achieved good values and has shown consistency for several months. She even found her day recently on the 2,100 meters despite a number 10. She is probably a little advantaged by the autostart. You will have to be careful of the volte. She trotted 1’13’3 over the 2,700 meters. Here, on its way, it appears competitive for the quinté.Vicki Laksmy (3) benefited from a short break in the spring and has just made a necessary but correct return to Meslay-du-Maine. It is in its category, without necessarily having room for manoeuvre. However, he knows how to sprint when he can be preserved and do the last five hundred meters. He can potentially complete the finish. Eberton (15) has had some interesting performances in the South since the start of the year. His attempt last Friday was certainly meant to bring him to the best of his ability for this bespoke earnings cap commitment. We must not lose sight of the fact that he has the best time on the course (1’12”9), achieved a little over a year ago. Mistrust !
Vincent Renault: First du Bois (2) is evolving in good shape and in possession of his means. I saved it by coming very little to Paris-Vincennes. He trotted 1’13’ twice on the holding courses. Also, he is one of the less rich but he has a very good chance to defend. There is nothing interesting in the provinces in the immediate future. Here, without the youngsters, it’s a good race. He must play a leading role.
Anthony Duperche: Future du Chêne (4) was knocked out at the Crusader and then ended up in the wrong wagon. His previous races were good. He will present himself at his best but this outing will also allow him to keep in shape while waiting for a next entry at Vichy. However, if the pace is sustained, he can finish quickly and grab fifth place.
Paul Philippe Ploquin: Fable du Plessis (5) had been stopped for a long time following new leg problems. After a discreet comeback, it has recently proven that it lacks condition. She does not perform advanced exercises in training. Only competition will help him come back to his best. It is better to wait a little longer before holding it.
Jean-Michel Bazire: Falco Berry (6) raced at Vichy on Tuesday but on the right he was out of business. On the other hand, physically, he was very well and therefore operational to do well. He’s a pure left-hander. Coming back to the capital will only be better. Engagement is good. Admittedly, I would have preferred to race him at six days but he is old enough to adapt. He has my trust.
Ludovic Peltier: Formi (7) is good at the moment, we take advantage of it. It performs very well with all four feet barefoot on hard surfaces. As he takes gains, he faces better horses each time but should respond presently. Given that there are two or three good “Fs”, it is better to see it for a place. He can go ahead like waiting but it takes train.
Julien Le Mer: Fille du Chêne (8) was at fault recently at Enghien, where she was upset. Its shape is unmistakable. The 2,850 meters of the big track represent a bit the end of the world for her. That said, the commitment is favorable and the opposition in its strings. By masking her effort, she can grab a small place.
Alphonse Vanberghen: Erolina (9) was too far in an under-selective run early last. She is in good shape and is progressing over a distance that suits her. You have to hide the effort from him. If all goes well, she has her chance.
Stephane Meunier: Evita Madrik (10) was above all not unworthy on the 2,100 meters last month with her number 9. With a clearer course, she would have participated in the finish. Since then, she went to the pool and took a short break. She has not necessarily lost physical condition. I leave him light irons. It should not be totally eliminated even if it will be more competitive in two weeks.
Maxime Bezier: Flash Gordon (11) found himself a little far behind last week, in a slow race, but he nevertheless provided a good end to the race. He is running close but he seems to have recovered well and the entry is very interesting. It is often less good in the summer but all is well for the moment. It still has its place in the right combination of the fifth.
William Bigeon: Faredgio Menuet (12) still ran very well, last month in a fifth, when he had to return twenty-five meters. Since then, I’ve been waiting for this fine engagement where all the horses start at the same rung. He will present himself at his best for this objective. He finds Flash Gordon, who has often preceded him, but everything seems to be in place for him to still play the good roles of this quinté.
Laurent Verva: Diego du Houlet (13) performed well last time, taking a promising second place. The time before, in Vincennes, he had played misfortunes in the final phase. At Vincennes, I prefer it over 2,100 meters. That said, I can’t deprive myself of this fine entry, knowing that there is competition. With a hidden route, he would fulfill his contract by being fourth or fifth.
Nicolas Jaulneau: Dolce d’Ebane (14) remains on a rather satisfactory performance. She would have obtained a better ranking if it had gone better. I expect an interesting performance. I think it needs to be hidden, because it tends to pull a little. I can’t unshoe her behind this time but she will be a little lighter in front, being tackled. She worked well that way.
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A summary: 7-11-6-12-1-2-9-3 The summary of the press: 12 – 11 – 1 – 6 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 5
The Parisian :
Paris Turf: 6-7-11-2-12-15-1-9