Day At The Track

Django Riff and Cash Gamble score at Enghien

04:40 AM 30 Jul 2017 NZST
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Children's playground at Hippodrome Enghien
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This day’s Quinte+ event was a headliner of the Enghien festival program today that brought out a nice audience for a well-rounded entertainment package.

The Q+ race was the Prix de la Bourse (purse €44,000, 2100 meters autostart, 16 starters) and the 1.13.3kr timed winner was 10.8/1 Angelo AM (7g Gigant Neo-Armbro Deity) handled by Christophe Martens for trainer Vincent Martens and Swedish owner Dumarc du Parc.

The 2/1 Lets Dance BE (7m Oscar Schindler SL-Simione) was second for trainer/driver Bjorn Goop. Third was 55/1 Cuba Cohiba (8f Scarlet Knight-Havannas Hanna) reined by Bernard Piton. Picard del Ronco and Reve du Zack were next to the line.

The Prix de Café Tabac de l’Abbaye (Gr. III, purse €85,000, 2150 meters autostart, nine four year-old starters) went to the 1.13kr timed and 4/1 Django Riff (4m Ready Cash-Rasta Perrine) driven by Yoann Lebourgeois.

Breeder Elisabeth Allaire owns this Philippe Allaire trainee. 5.4/1 Dragon des Racques (4m Love You-Quinte des Racques) was second for Alexandre Abrivard, the driver for trainer L.Cl. Abrivard. 7/10 favorite Dreammoko (4m Timoko-Uranie d’Atout) was third with Bjorn Goop driving for Timoko’s trainer Richard Westerink.

The co-featured Gr. III Prix Dominique Savary (purse €82,000, 2150 meters autostart, 10 starters) produced a dominating come from behind victory by the 1.1/1 favorite Cash Gamble (6m Ready Cash-No Way Back) timed in 1.12.5kr for driver Franck Nivard.

Stall TJ Gamble of Norway owns the Philippe Billard trainee. 57/1  Romanesque (7m Love You-Guantanamera) was second for Dominik Locqueneux, trainer Marc DeCock and Belgium’s Stall Campas RPF. 7.3/1 Caid Griff (5m Password-Savane Griff) took the third spot for Mathieu Mottier, Ecurie Griff and trainer Sebastien Guarato. Arazi Boko and Orient Horse finished fourth and fifth.

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

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