Address Vincennes this Friday, October 7, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +.In this event, the Prix charley mills They will have to face each other as starters. The race will be held over 2700 meters, and will be endowed with €75,000.
In this event, Giant Chief (12) returns to the competition after a long absence. Author of an excellent 2021 season, with five successes and numerous runner-up finishes, he notably came between Ampia Mede Sm and Hussard du Landret, a year ago in this course. On Friday he will be barefoot and his coach has called Franck Nivard. Banning it from one place would be risky.
Jarmo Niskanen: Cyrano de B. (1) still ran well at La Capelle, although he relaxed a bit at the end. He is not used to running such long straights. He has seldom disappointed since his arrival in France. He has taken profits and now discovers more complicated tasks, but he keeps his word, even if he is the least rich.
Stine Obstfelder: Rocky Tilly (2) ran well at Vincennes. He didn’t benefit from a very good race pace, but he still finished fast. He is still in good shape, but the field is better composed this time. That said, he is still able to carve out a small spot at this level. He will then go to Salon-de-Provence, where he will benefit from a tailor-made engagement.
Pascual Castillo: Guide Moi Forgan (3) made a good comeback in Cabourg. Recently in Meslay’s GNT he ran very well in a well managed race. He didn’t necessarily plan to return to the capital so soon, but he has no other commitments in the provinces in the immediate future. He’s going to need this race again. We are going to make little arms.
Jean-Michel Bazire: Falco Berry (4) showed good behavior in the mounted trot on September 22. Here, he will evolve rail. Of course, it gets much more complicated. In this setup, you don’t stand a chance. He is going to make another run. I’d better run a little later.
Jean-Marie Monclin: Fawley Buissonay (5) ran well last time, on the Segré lawn near our house. She didn’t leave too much, then found herself too far away. He just did the fastball, but in a good way. It is better than the last results of it. He is fine and his feet are in good condition. He is going to run the rope. Without being offensive, he can finish in the top five.
Cyrille Buhigne: Ezalyo Smart (6) experienced new leg problems last winter. We prefer to stop it for a long time. He spent several weeks at sea before returning to the stable. He has work behind him and he practiced very well last Friday at Vincennes. For this return after almost ten months of absence, he will ask to breathe. It is better to discard it.
Emmanuel Varin: Fée de Ranchval (7) performed very well, but last time he was “walled alive”, finishing in 8th place, leaving many regrets. He would have been safe in second or third place, if he had done well. You have to return it for a place.
Hughes Levesque: Gamay de l’Iton (8) is not in the best condition lately. Lastly, it worked well at Craon, where we weren’t too bad. After letting him down for a bit, he looked fine and worried. I hope it runs in progress. If he came back at the end of the fifth combo, that would be nice.
Herve Sionneau: Deus Ex Machina (9) just completed two encouraging warm-up runs, after being busted in the spring. Lately I liked it although it could not stand out. He still needs competition but I expect progress. That said, it still seems too “fair” to me to finish in the top five.
Christopher Eriksson: Ingo (10) repeats all his races. He has had a good run on the inside lately, but he lost time in the final corner when the race was played there. He recovered well to finish on the podium. Since then, he is fresh and in great shape, probably even a bit more energetic. He must fight for the first places.
Emmanuel Varin: Fine Perle of Love (11) won well last time, where she was led with great confidence by Matthieu Abridard. The mare did not disappoint him. He has done well ever since. This is the logical continuation of his program. That said, there are Europeans who certainly shouldn’t be overlooked. She can go ahead as if waiting. I hope she repeats.
Dominik Locqueneux: Doña Viva (13) has come a long way to find worthwhile commitments lately. I haven’t necessarily found him at his best during his last few outings. She, too, no doubt needed to run. I waited to feel better before presenting it. She has proven the effectiveness of it at over 2,700 meters. She is able to dispute the end.
Jean-Michel Bazire: Belker (14) remains difficult to understand and does not always repeat what he is capable of. He lately he was on the hook. Here, the compromise is perfect. I prepared him for this. It gives me complete satisfaction in the morning during training. He needs the right race, but I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see him fighting for the top spots.
A summary: 10-2-11-1-12-14-5-8 The press summary: 1 – 10 – 11 – 7 – 14 – 2 – 8 – 4
The Parisian: 11-10-14-1-7-5-12-2
Paris Turf: 11-14-1-10-12-7-8-5