Fifth. The Prix Maure de Bretagne in Vincennes this Monday, November 7, 2022.


The Prix Maure de Bretagne in Vincennes this Monday, November 7, 2022.

Direction Vincennes this Monday, November 7, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix Maure de Bretagne will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be contested over 2700 meters, and endowed with 51,000€.

In this event, Histoire Thoris (1) suffered a small hazard, she hasn’t really worked much since her last performance. This race will allow you to refine your preparation to find out where you are. That’s why I dare not unseal her. As a result, his task will be complicated, announces Arnaud Randon.

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Gilles Delacour: Hirondelle Fée (2) did not surprise me by winning twice at Vincennes, in September. She has always shown obvious means in training. It has regained some freshness after its last outing, in order to approach the meeting in good conditions. It will remain closed for this start of the school year, it is better to dismiss it. She will aim for a tailor-made engagement on November 21.

Yves Dreux: Holding Girl (3) had a very good year in the provinces. It’s pure right-handedness. She is really comfortable on this type of course. Nevertheless, it will adapt to the left especially as it evolves on the big track. Physically, she is really good. The removal of iron allowed him to cross a real course. On the right, it would be a first chance. Here she must finish on arrival.

Jean-Philippe Raffegeau: Hisa du Margas (4) declined the fight at Rambouillet in early October, due to a violent storm. She was ready before this race. She reworked in a good way for this commitment, especially on November 1 in Laval. She will be removed from the four for the first time on the “hard”. She always needed a little comfort. This is the opportunity to try to help him pass the “climb”.

Romain Dérieux: Highness Kalouma (5) was not comfortable on the right hand track of Salon-de-Provence lately. Previously, it had provided a good finish, on this course, in a similar event. She has no leeway and it is imperative to hide the effort from her. If it benefits from a favorable course of the race, it can quite well finish in the fifth.

Charles Cuiller: Hello Mademoiselle (6) finished well in lots that held up under the saddle. I think she’s going to be conditioned on that and it’s going to have toughened her up a bit. It has no margin but is very manageable. It can finish fourth or fifth, with the help of a good trip.

Luc Gaborit: Hune Love (7) held up well in Enghien during his last outing. François Lecanu is suspended, it’s a shame. We had prepared this engagement together. We gradually increased the intensity at work for this meeting. It is absolutely necessary to undergo and benefit from a favorable course. If so, I wouldn’t be surprised to see her in the top spots, but we don’t race alone.

Charles Spoon: Hiahiastart (8) was good second last time, after a favorable course of the race. As she has no margin, it will again have to go well. If so, it may be fourth or fifth. My two residents have an equal chance.

Pierre Belloche: Holly Mesloise (9) was not too happy last time. Started well, it then only retreated, before finishing pleasantly. She is better hidden and in great shape. If it goes well this time around, she can be in the winning straight.

Pierre Levesque: Heraklion (10) evolves in its category but has no margin. Quite brave, it does its shopping and can grab a place here, as it did at the end of the summer on this same course.

Antoine Weels: Hexode de Fellière (11) suffered a sprain last year and was sidelined. She regained all her feelings. She has just returned to victory in Bordeaux. She is moving in great shape. She is discovering the big track but that shouldn’t be a problem for her, on the contrary. She is in her category and has her say.

Thierry Duvaldestin: Hamandina (12) has just had a pretty good outing in the capital. She has three courses in her legs. However, I still do not consider it 100%. She appreciates Vincennes. I expect all the same to see her fight for the first places. She will be unshod from her four feet, which is her advantage.

Anthony Marion: Histoire d’Una (13) held up well in fourth place in the Prix Isara. Her nose was dirty from that. Its performance is therefore very good. Here, she only competes against mares of her generation. This is a first good deadline for the winter. She will be barefoot for the first time. With a favorable outcome, she has my confidence.

Hedi Le Bec: Haitian Fight Song (14) performed well in a somewhat targeted run last time out, being beaten with honors. It’s still a good entry, but to her disadvantage, she hasn’t raced for more than a month, for lack of an opportunity. However, she worked well and I hope to see her in the first three. Know that she likes to go to the train.

Vincent Lebarque: Hacienda (15) is having a very good season and won on its last outing on the neighboring course. It has regained its freshness and will present itself at its best for this fine entry to the earnings ceiling. It is moving up category but it is the logical continuation of its programme. She is manageable, courageous and steady. She shouldn’t come out of the top five.

Leo Abrivard: Héroine du Gîte (16) remains on an encouraging outing to Enghien, where she faced the males. This race was intended to bring him to the best for this objective. She is ideally engaged and only has the females to face. It will be tackled in front and “DP” as during its two successes on this course, last winter. The field is well composed, but I count on her to finish in the top three.

A summary: 11-15-3-9-5-16-10-7 The press summary: 13 – 11 – 15 – 16 – 12 – 3 – 5 – 10

The Parisian: 12-13-15-11-14-8-10-2
Alsace: 11-13-12-3-8-4-15-9
Paris Turf: 12-16-13-14-10-9-15


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