Fifth. The Breeding Prize in Saint Cloud this Monday, October 31, 2022.


The Breeding Prize in Saint Cloud this Monday, October 31, 2022.

Direction Saint Cloud this Monday, October 31, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix de l’Elevage compete against runners. The race will be contested over 2500 meters, and endowed with 50,000€.

In this event, winner twice after a year of absence, Haute Volée (8), a resident of Waldemar Hickst, has just tried successfully in a fifth, finishing very good third. In view of this performance and its current form, we can expect confirmation from it. She will have many supporters. After a decent start at Chantilly, this representative of Francis-Henri Graffard experienced an interruption, before being shaped in the provinces this summer. His last performance is good in a decent lot. Parure des Sables (16) should have a say, at this value, in this category. Now, she can sin for lack of experience.

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Jerome Reynier: Olympia (1) had a great comeback race. The mare has been saved for this end of the season. In view of his last outing, we obviously think of victory. Only a bad course of the race could prevent her from fighting for success, because she will present herself in top form.

Stephane Wattel: Flyingbeauty (2) must now undergo a fairly substantial overload, it obviously becomes more difficult. She still looks good, but here we may reach her level of incompetence a bit. Know that I would have preferred an even softer track.

Mikel Delzangles: Dary Ci (3) has just made a good comeback. Now, although its value has been downgraded, I need to review it in a handicap. She seems to me to be in good shape at work, I hope to see her run well.

Bruno Audouin: Finally, Lili Blue (4) ran rather well in a very decent group. As long as she has a good run, without taking too many hits, she is capable of finishing well. She runs well with freshness and we kept her a little for that, because she is a good quinté of females. Normally, soft ground does not bother her. She can take a seat.

Jean-Marie Beguigné: Circe (5) took some time but is back in shape. However, it may lack competition during this comeback. Last year, when she won this event, she was 3 pounds lighter on the scale of values ​​and several races in her legs. I hope she finishes in the top five, but I can’t say for sure. She has for her the aptitude for deep tracks.

Jean Pierre Gauvin: Irreproachable over 2,400 meters, we came to try recently in a fifth. The Haute Isle (6) was never able to express itself in the final phase when it had, it seems, resources. She stayed in good shape and I hope this time it will go better. Even if her margin is reduced, I believe she can run very well.

Eric Libaud: Full Flow (7) is a handicap specialist and, above all, a follower of heavy terrain. It is once again in its category. She is generous and goes her merry way. That said, it is a quinté and it is not alone, of course. It will be a matter of course. It has already run well on this Saint-Cloud track.

Christopher Head: Fresh Kiss (9) is a late filly that is moving in the right direction. She showed that she had the means. Now that she has won a second event, we are attacking a fifth. The terrain shouldn’t bother her, my main question is whether she will hold the 2,500 meters. I expect a good race.

Jerome Reynier: As we are at the end of the season and Seasalt (10) does not have many favorable commitments, I try the adventure in this quinté. It is a filly which is not devoid of means and which will also have a more attractive weight compared to the elders. Now, faced with some, she may lack experience. Nevertheless, I can’t wait to see her in this configuration.

Mario Baratti: Lorne (12) won well last time and is in great shape. She has made progress at the end of the season and likes soft ground. I prefer it over 3,000 meters but that doesn’t change much. She is very competitive at her weight. I see him having a good chance.

Paul DeChevigny: Morisot (13) has only progressed with good performances since she has been at the stable. This race has been his goal for a while. His preparation went very well. I think she is competitive in value 34. As she is very easy to ride, the fact that she is starting in the handicaps will not pose a real problem. It will surely be served by the softening of the slopes.

A. Cooper: Spell On You (14) is a good filly, consistent and improving as she goes. She pleases us. I hope she will continue on her way.

Mathieu Brasme: Aljanah (15) has just won well with a little margin, a priori, and on very soft ground. We don’t have too many races this year, apart from this one. It’s a little close but she looks in great shape. It’s fun to be at the bottom of the straight with a little weight on your back. It is in full progress and perfectible. If she continues to progress like this, I think she has a chance.


A summary:1-9-4-12-7-8-15-3 The summary of the press:14 – 1 – 2 – 7 – 9 – 15 – 3 – 5

Equidia: 1-14-2-9-3-7-8-15
Europe1: 1-14-5-2-8-7-9-10
The Parisian: 1-14-2-15-8-7-10-4
Alsace: 2-14-15-1-10-8-16-13
Paris Turf: 1-14-2-8-9-15-5-10


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