Direction Deauville this Saturday, November 5, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix des Poiriers compete against runners. The race will be contested over 2500 meters, and endowed with 50,000€.
In this event, Lettyt Fight (7) has alternately blown hot and cold in recent months. Having trouble aligning two consecutive good results. Remaining on a success, he will try to confirm here. He who is particularly comfortable on the free. His two most recent releases on the psf having ended in as much success. Checkpoint Charlie (9) adapted fairly quickly to his new environment, he recently arrived at Stéphan Cérulis. It has moreover just returned to success in a conditional race. Proof of his perfect physical condition. It was over a longer distance and on grass. But this chic horse no longer has to prove itself on the fiber and around 2400 m. Cordey Rose (10) has just proven its form by defending itself well recently in Compiègne. This honest mare finds the fiber on Saturday. But has already done well in the past on today’s track. She should once again defend herself well. Even if it will have to prove its competitiveness in this context. She who is more titled in less posh lots than this one or against only females
Pascal Bary: Dojo (1) made us happy last winter and at the start of the season. Unfortunately, the penalties have caught up with him and he now has no more margin in weight. However, he likes the PSF and this time of year which leads me to think he should run well. A place in the top five would be great.
Carmen Bocksai: Utamaro (2) had 7 pounds penalty and hopefully he will have a say at least for the places. The fact of running on the PSF does not bother me, the profile of Deauville should suit him. Its weight margin is reduced but we move with ambitions.
Henri-Alex Pantall: Sasakia (3) disappoints us a bit. She goes a bit all the time in her action. I want to see how she can do on the PSF.
Stephane Gouyette: Saam (4) has no real excuses to offer lately except that the course of the race has not been favorable to him. He is still in good shape and the PSF doesn’t bother him. Now, as he doesn’t have much leeway in weight, he needs to have a smooth ride. If so, he can end up in the right combination, that’s all we want.
Ms Hélène Mennessier Martinez: Creative (5) did not work much so that it could regain freshness. She is a mare who gives a lot in competition and she needed to relax a bit. Its value has been revised downwards and likes this route. Now, I hope I didn’t leave it a little too quiet… A small place would satisfy me.
David Smaga: Situmeledemandais (6) remains on a success. He was logically penalized. And this time will no longer have the discharge of his female apprentice. In short, the context is very different this time with this admirable competitor who has won a whopping 5 handicaps in just over a year.
Alain Couetil: Just Light (8) ran moderately last, in Pornichet. As the Deauville PSF does so well, we try again on this racecourse. He really is a PSF horse, being much better there than on grass. It should reassure after this failure but, if it proves its worth, it is competitive in 35.5. Besides, he proved it. I hope he runs well. Otherwise, I will be disappointed.
Vaclav Luka: Ideal King (11) always has small problems getting out of the starting stalls, I try for longer. He is calmer with age and has a very good finish. I can’t wait to see him in action over this distance. If he has a good run, he can be competitive, but he is a bit special.
Ms. Conny Whitfield: Felisha (12) is in fine form as her most recent outings show. She had won on this track on August 27th. She finds herself in the fifth here. And will obviously not have an easy task for the circumstance. But is ready to give the best of herself.
Alessandro Botti: Local Whiskey (13) defended very well at Pornichet but on this racecourse profile, he had to approach early and thickly but I think he behaved well. It remains competitive at this value and will take advantage of its low weight. With a good trip, I hope to see him at the finish.
Julien Phelippon: Zarica (14) remains on a string of good results in recent weeks. After having aligned the successes, it remains on a third place. That day, the event did not go to his advantage. She is better than that. She is obviously in the shape of her life. That’s why it’s tempting to line it up here. It certainly goes up in category. But she should do well in my opinion.
Miss Anne-Sophie Crombez: Replenish (15) finally finds himself at the start of the quinté. He who was initially more likely to compete in the 2nd event of this divided handicap. It no longer has to prove itself on the fiber and pulled a good string number on Saturday. He approaches this race with a lot of morale. He runs a bit long this time. That’s why I’m taking the blinders off here.
Alessandro Botti: Circo Massimo (16) has been doing very well lately being beaten very little for a better ranking. I find it not badly placed in weight and can succeed at this value, which is why I bring it back to a handicap. Now he has to face his elders which is never easy. I hope he can take a place.
A summary: 8-7-9-1-2-4-12-6 The summary of the press: 8 – 1 – 9 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 6
The Parisian: 1-9-7-8-10-6-14-3
Paris Turf: 7-8-9-2-1-4-11-15
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