Head to ParisLongchamp this Sunday, June 12, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix de la Place Vendôme will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be contested over 2000 meters, and endowed with 50,000€.
In this event, Lamento (15) is at the start of this quinté the least experienced element. Having unveiled means at the start of his career, he discovered the category of fifths on April 5 for his resumption of contact. That day, riding at the forefront, he got stuck mid-straight. It is making a semi-return on Sunday and must prove its competitiveness in such an environment. It’s hard to place here.
Didier Prod’homme: Khochenko (1) was not unworthy on a track that was a bit light for his skills that day. In the morning he remained well. It is certainly more confirmed on fiber. But if the event is selective on Sunday, this good finisher is not out of the question for a place here.
Philippe Decouz: Hooking (2) will still have to dial a wrong number on the rope. Admittedly, he is a wait-and-see, but I would have preferred to see him waiting in the peloton than at the back. We lengthen it a little and that can help it. He is very well physically. The lights are green. it will all be a matter of course.
Christopher Ferland: Sagano (3) does all his shopping. Even if it is quite manageable in a course, it must be as fluid as possible because it has no room for maneuver in 39 value. The slightest hitch can cost him places. However, after a good race, there is no doubt that his place is still in the right combination.
Marian Falk Weissmeier: Have Dancer (4) has repeatedly proven its competitiveness at this level of competition. Lately, he has not been unworthy on a ground that was not to his liking. Follower of soft ground, the track should not dry out too much by Sunday. If he can find a field that suits him, he has his place at the finish.
Mathieu Pitard: Tonnencourt (5) will find a distance that he has already succeeded in and a racetrack where he has always defended himself well. Therefore, I expect a redemption at least for a place.
Ms. Pia Brandt: Mirage Rêve (6) is in good shape. Now, he remains on two successes in the handicaps and it is necessary to see if he can still cross a level or not.
Matthew Boutin: By The Way (7) has taken a lot of beatings lately during the race and probably didn’t oxygenate perfectly that day. I insist in the fifths for lack of races to claim in its program. I hope to learn more about his current competitiveness at this level on Sunday.
Maxim Cesandri: Captain de Cerisy (8) remains on a decent outing in a similar lot in Marseille. He concluded that day at the gates of the fifth without apparent excuses. Its margin is tenuous on the scale of values. But at the end of a good trip, it is not out of business on Sunday. He is discovering the Longchamp route but must be able to adapt to it. A terrain that is not too soft would finally be welcome.
Carmen Bocksai: Santurin (9) ran well in a fifth. He doesn’t have a very clear straight and I think if it had gone better he would have finished closer. It has remained well since and will be better on the right. If he can benefit from a smooth journey, he has the right to finish in the top five.
Sascha Smrczek: Ronaldo (10) has been running admirably well of late against similar opposition. It shows up quite close. But seems to have recovered well. Displaying freshness and cheerfulness in the morning during his exercises. It finally needs good ground to provide its best value. I am delighted with the return of the sun to the Paris region for this follower of good terrain.
David Smaga: Vilaro (11) finds a good situation in weight, I hope to see him reconnect with the course of his good results. On the express condition that his partner manages to pull himself off rope 16…
Mikel Delzangles: The Charmer (12) remains on a good attempt at this level of competition and the state of the field does not matter to him. He is well placed at the rope and with a good run, he should have a chance.
Henri-Francois Devin: Theorem (13) showed us his skills in 36 of value. It is competitive without margin. To try to do better, he will be wearing a pair of Australian blinders. Now he has the wrong string number which complicates his task a little more. Before the kick, he will try to finish again in the right combination.
Yann Lerner: Astrologia (14) will make a comeback. However, it has work behind it and has already run well on its freshness. The only parameter that changes is that she was bred this spring and under these conditions, it is difficult for me to move forward. He seems to me to be in good shape and should run well. To see her finish in the right combination would satisfy us.
Alessandro Botti: Dreams (16) was too bright last time out to finish his run well. This time, we will ride it more patiently and will be better over 2,000 meters. Nevertheless, it is moving up in category and will face a field of quality. In these conditions, it is difficult for me to warmly recommend it but I believe it can grab a place.
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A summary: 12-3-2-10-13-4-9-11 The press summary: 3 – 10 – 12 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 11 – 13
The Parisian :
Paris Turf: 12-3-10-2-9-11-13-4