Towards Chantilly, next Tuesday, May 3, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté + In this event, the Prix de la Foret de Chantilly will have to compete as runners against each other. The race will be run over 3000 meters and endowed with €50,000.
In this case, Goya Senora (4) is oriented over 2400 meters and more this winter. His mentor was apparently right. Because it is gradually making itself felt among competitive stayers in the major handicaps. Convincing as 5th in an earlier fifth, it will logically be in sight at the start of this new major handicap. Coté Jardin (7) is a chic horse that is very constant in the effort. Author of a satisfying comeback, Tuesday finds the category of fifths. This very good finisher, who already did well in this category and had a lot of background, deserves some attention at the start of this quinté. Piriac (12) is a competitor who alternates disciplines with a certain amount of luck. Competitive over jumps, it also showed some potential on the flat. Very consistent in the effort and convincing success, this admirable competitor will be closely watched on Tuesday. Blackjac du Houley (15) is a brave competitor in his business from 2100 to 3400 meters. He is only four years old and is here facing his elders. But this veteran competitor should once again have to cost his chances dearly. His margin for success seems small. But a place seems reasonably within reach.
Christopher Ferland: Mister Nino (1) returns to a handicap where he is competitive at this value. Admittedly, he doesn’t have much margin, but he has his place at the finish.
Mauricio Delcher-Sanchez: Berkane (2) is currently in good shape as evidenced by his latest performances. It is competitive for this value and likes long distances. Now he would have preferred very soft ground. That is my main concern for Tuesday’s race.
Patrick Cottier: Belgian Prince (3) remained in excellent shape and I hope the victory will smile on him this time. We logically leave confidently.
Bruno Audouin: Almacado Gree (5) had a minor setback at the end of the season, he just made a very good comeback in a good batch. He has recovered well and is in good form in training. He knows the circuit of Saint-Cloud perfectly and in 37 of value he no longer has to prove his competitiveness. For kicks, all the lights are on green!
Franck Foresi: Port Deauville (6) continues to perform well at this level. Everything has been going well with him ever since. At the end of a good journey, it is hoped for a new good behavior on his part. Even though he would have preferred a softer job than it’s probably Tuesday in Chantilly
Stephane Gouyette: Kamssio (8) couldn’t appreciate the Nantes layout and the difficult terrain that day. The horse is fine in the morning. And had already proved its competitiveness on Tuesday at the level that interests us. Back rope to the right and on less painful ground a force is expected from him. It is a horse that holds.
Georgios Alimpinisis: Eternal Optimist (9) had a break. Lately, it’s been a real comeback. This race has done him good. Tuesday is a test over this distance and in this context. This follower of the psf will have his land. His behavior will dictate the rest of his program
Louis Baudron: Always Welcome (10) is a horse that is comfortable on soft slopes and unfortunately not spoiled by the weather at the moment. Therefore, since it is in excellent condition, we will try to lengthen it, which will allow it to be less overwhelmed. In addition, this value reduces the margin. I hope to see him running well. Otherwise, he will go on vacation in anticipation of autumn.
Mikel Delzangles: The Templar (11) recently made his comeback and I was pleased with his behavior. She proved on this occasion that she was competitive at this level, even though she would have preferred a much softer job. I expect a good performance on Tuesday.
David Satalia: Normandy Beech (13) continues on a disappointing outing. It was shorter. He will discover this distance. It’s a test. However, it will have to run much better than recently to be able to shine here.
Sebastien Culin: Sinterklaas (14) has no excuses to report lately. Now I didn’t feel very brave. Nevertheless, I recommend that you take it again because I find Tuesday’s stretch less heavy than last time and it seems to be in good shape in the morning. Increasing the distance gives him the means to talk about him again at this level.
Rodolphe Collet: Mac la Tambouille (16) stays on correct outings. Now with him, the soft ground is needed to hope to see him play the lead roles. The weather forecast doesn’t announce anything. It is therefore more necessary to regard my resident for a small place on Tuesday than for success.
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A summary: 3-11-1-6-2-8-5-7 Press summary: 1 – 11 – 3 – 5 – 2 – 12 – 4 -14
Paris Turf: 5-11-3-7-2-4-14-6