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Be My Girl wins 120,000 euro Prix Gelinotte

07:42 AM 13 Jan 2014 NZDT
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Be My Girl, harness racing Rapide Du Digeon, harness racing
Be My Girl and Joseph Verbeeck
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Rapide du Digeon with Damien Bonne celebrate monte victory
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The Philippe Allaire trained, Mme. G. Poulsen-Allaire owned, Be My Girl (3f Love You-Ornella Rainbow-Extreme Dream) took today's Gr. II Prix Gelinotte, a 2700 meter affair for three year-old females worth a 120,000 euro purse.

Eleven starters contested this event. Driver Jos. Verbeeck had the 1.2/1 favorite on the lead entering the Vincennes stretch and held off challenger, 2.3/1 second choice, Billie de Montfort and Eric Raffin, for the photo finish score in 1.16.1kr. Sebastien Guarato trains the second place finisher. The well-bred winner secured her sixth win a brief career for earnings of 205,950 euro,

January 12, 2014 - Paris-Vincennes - Prix Gelinotte, Gr. II female three year-olds, 120,000 euro purse, 2700 meters, 11 starters 1.16.1kr

1st Be My Girl (3f Love You-Ornella Rainbow-Extreme Dream), Jos. Verbeeck up for trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Mme. G. Poulsen-Allaire, 1.2/1 odds

2nd Billie de Montfort (3f Jasmin de Flore-Quismy de Montfort-And Arifant), Eric Raffin up for trainer Sebastien Guarato, 2.3/1

3rd Biguglia (3f Coktail Jet-La Faisandarse-Dream With Me), Franck Ouvrie up at 14/1 for trainer/owner Frederik Prat

4th Bassana de Marlau (3f Sam Bourbon-Jessie de Vonnac-Podosis), Jean-Pierre Dubois owner/driver aboard at 11/1 odds with Patrick Chevrier trainer

The monte Prix Djerid, a Gr. III European event for 110,000 euro purse on the petite piste over 2200 meters, went to veteran Rapide du Digeon and Damien Bonne. They scored, under the lights, as 1.6/1 favorite in 1.14.1kr. The winner posted his 13th career win for 599,280 euro lifetime. The race was hotly contested throughout and took the camera to separate the players on the line but Bonne knew the answer and saluted the fans.

January 12, 2014 - Paris Vincennes - Prix Djerid, Gr. III European monte, 110,000 euro purse, 2200 meters, 9 starters 1.14.1kr

Fractions: 1.15.4kr at 1000; 1.14.9kr at 500; 1.14.1kr finish

1st Rapide du Digeon (9g Urfist des Pres-Gerveine Barbes-Qlorest du Vivier), Damien Bonne up at 1.6/1

2nd Saphir de Morge (8m Guenor-Folie de Morge-Roc), P-Y Verva up at 42/1

3rd Quassia du Bon Air (10g Capriccio-Lo de Courson-Jiosco), A. Lamy up at 17/1

4th Rubis Dairpet (9g Kaiser Soze-Betty de la Noe-Kimberland, Eric Raffin in the irons at 5/2 odds

5th Quel Chef (10g Chef du Chatelet-Herveyer-Ami d'un Soir), F. Gence aboard at 9/1

Earlier in the card Mlle. Elisabeth Allaire rode Topaze Jiel to victory in the Prix de Chatelaillon La Rochelle for apprentice jockeys. The 16 horse field of monte female contestants went 2700 meters for a purse of 47,000 euro. The winning pair scored in 1.15.6kr as the 3/1 second choice over favorite Tigresse Gitane.

Allaire took the winner into the lane on a comfortable lead, but they drifted wide as the line approached but had plenty left to win for trainer Jean Luc Dersoir.

January 12, 2014 Paris-Vincennes -Prix de Chatelaillon La Rochelle, 47,000 euro purse, 16 starters, 2700 meters, females, monte for apprentice jockeys 1.15.5kr

Fractions: 1.17.3kr at 1500; 1.16.7kr at 1000, 1.16kr at 500, 1.15.5kr finish

1st Topaze Jiel (7f Capricio-Hiosca Jiel-Jiosco), Mlle. Elisabeth Allaire up, 3/1 second favorite

2nd Tigresse Gitane (7f Kuadro Wild-Nine Gitane-Viking Sun), M. Yuon, 5/2 favorite

3rd Source du Prieur (8f Kudo de Castille-Alcove-Landoas), A.P. Grimault,28/1 odds

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