Direction Chantilly this Wednesday, November 16, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix du Cabinet des Clouets will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be contested over 1600 meters, and endowed with 50,000€.
In this event, Go To Hollywood (2) has been away from competition for almost a year and is approaching this fall with a lot of freshness. His two comeback races were rather discreet. These two relative failures, however, allowed him to see his situation on the weight scale improve. He therefore deserves some attention for his return to the handicaps, especially since he has already done well on the PSF. Le Nomade (4) is a confirmed competitor on the fiber and regular in the effort. We will gladly forgive him for his recent failure, because it was a re-entry that day, associated, what is more in the circumstances, with a fairly inexperienced apprentice. We can expect to see him make significant progress on Wednesday.
Ion Elarre Alvarez: Nordeste (1) likes Chantilly and more particularly its fiber sand track. On this route, it is irreproachable. It has just proven its form and it remains competitive at this value. With Maxime Guyon on his back, I expect a great performance.
Antoine de Watrigant: Fly d’Aspe (3) is a great horse. He does all his shopping and always gives the best of himself. It has already behaved well on the PSF and the profile of Chantilly poses no problem for it. Now, at this value, he doesn’t have much margin on the weight scale, which is why everything has to go as well as possible during the course, to hope to see him finish in the top 5.
Mikel Delzangles: Transformed Essay (5) has the means to be talked about again at this level. At this value, I believe it to be competitive. With the race going well, I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see him finish at the finish, especially as his form seems excellent to me.
Rodolphe Collet: Roberto Mount (6) is a seasonal horse, who hates hot weather. It is coming back well, as evidenced by its most recent outing and is enjoying the fiber. His weight situation having improved, it is tempting to redirect him to handicaps. I shorten the shot, but he has already done well on the mile.
Igor Endaltsev: Ciccio Boy (7) is going through a good period of form and deserves to win at this level. He remained in a very good state of form, only a bad course of the race could prevent him from making the finish. With a little luck, he has the means to impose himself.
Sebastian Jesus: Agapi Mia (8) is a new resident and she is making her comeback. We had no problem preparing it. She is fine but not 100%. However, it should make a good comeback. It’s hard to be more specific, because I don’t know her well enough. This release will allow me to better understand its possibilities.
Markus Nigge: Come Say Hi (9) has just behaved very well in Dieppe. On its way, confirmation is expected from it, especially as it has already done well on the fiber. In the morning, he remained in very good spirits.
Jean-Marie Beguigne: Fog (10) is gradually returning to form, as indicated by his last performance. He remained in the same state of form. He has an aptitude for this track. If it returns to the same value as last, we hope for a good result.
Nicholas Perret: Chop Val (11) remains on a victory, is very well and has already won on the proposed course. It goes up in category with an overload. He has no choice of commitments. We try and we will see how it behaves.
Stefan Richter: Forbidden Secret (12) remains on a success on this track. That day, the victory was a happy surprise because we didn’t expect so much from this horse, which was not always consistent, but honest in its performance. It is preferred on fiber than on grass and its good morning form is undeniable. We hope he will benefit from as good a run as lately.
Ms. Jane Soubagne: Gift of The G (13) obviously made me happy when he first came out for me, because he came out on top. With this new value, the choice of commitments is limited. On its way, we try at this level. He is a chic horse who does all his shopping, on all surfaces. In view of his form, which is still in good shape, I hope to see him hold his game well.
Hans-Albert Blume: Braveheart (14) ran well last on this course, but it was a very fast run and he couldn’t pick up the pace at the end. It has the advantage of having been lowered by one kilo on the scale of values. If all goes well this time, he can put in a good performance.
Miss Anastasia Wattel: Mona Lisa Klaxon (15) had a voluntary break after her last victory. Unfortunately, she had a slight fracture in the paddock when she was due to return. This extended his vacation by six months. It’s been hard to find her since, because she didn’t run well the last two times. She is fine in the morning, but you have to see if she still wants to run. She needs to reassure us.
Nicolas Caullery: Autumn Twilight (16) has recovered very well from her last outing. It displays a beautiful form in the morning. Now, we change the rope, the surface and we lengthen the distance. He has already done well in these conditions, so I hope he will run well. Before the shot, I advise to hold it for the places.
A summary:6-7-10-1-9-3-13-12 The summary of the press:10 – 6 – 1 – 7 – 9 – 4 – 12 – 13
The Parisian: 7-9-10-5-11-9-14-1
Paris Turf: 6-7-19-5-10-13-11
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