Three-year-olds shine in co-features at Vincennes

05:58 AM 08 May 2014 NZST
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Buvetier, harness racing Sister Dany Bar, harness racing
Buvetier with Roberto Andreghetti (left) and Jean-Pierre Dubois (right)
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Sister Dany Bar and driver Anthony Barrier
Paris Turf Photo

Two emerging three year-olds won today’s feature contests at Paris-Vincennes, both from outstanding pedigrees.

Marco Smorgon’s trainee Sister Dany Bar took the Gr. III Prix Fana for fillies over 2700 meters for a purse of €65,000. Eleven starters faced the gate, including daughters of Donato Hanover and Cantab Hall.

Anthony Barrier steered Sister Dany Bar (3f Love You-Red Hot Action-American Winner) to a rallying victory in 1.15.5kr, her fifth success for earnings of €50,168 for owner Scuderia 4 AB Srl.

Off at 4/1 she defeated 23/1 outsider Bianca d’Atout (3f Saxo de Vandel-Gelina d’Atout-And Arifant) with Mathieu Mottier aboard. Third went to the Jerome Ruaults driven, Philippe Allaire trained Bliss Nevele (3f Ready Cash-Quick Nevele-Love You and fourth to Safra LB (3f Cantab Hall-Flexa LB-Muscles Yankee) handled by Robin Bakker.

The €35,000 Prix Anahita for colts also covered 2700 meters. Twelve starters lined up and it proved to be an easy conquest for Buvetier (3m Goetmals Wood-Rapide Aventure-Love You) with catch-driver Roberto Andreghetti.

This pair took the lead early, rated the pace, and sprinted home to win in 1.15.1kr, the last 500 meters in an impressive 1.10kr. That closing speed enabled Buvetier to draw clear from Bon Copain (3m Love You-Hetre Vert) handled by Eric Raffin and Beijing Pearl (3m Repeat Love-Lady Pearl-Blue Dream) third for trainer/driver R.C. Larue.

The winner was bred by Ecurie D, is owned by Jean-Pierre Dubois, and trained by Patrick Chevrier. Buvetier won for the second time in four lifetime starts, now for earnings of €26,650. The winner was off at 9/2 odds.

May 6, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Fama, Gr. III European females, 2700 meters, 11 starters

Fractions: 1.14.7kr at 1500; 1.15.7kr at 1000; 1.16.3kr at 500, 1.15.5kr finish

1st Sister Dany Bar (3f Love You-Red Hot Action-American Winner), Anthony Barrier up for Marco Smorgon, 4/1 odds, fifth win for €50,168

2nd Bianca d’Atout (3f Saxo de Vandel-Gelina d’Atout-And Arifant), Mathieu Mottier up, 2.3/1

3rd Bliss Nevele (3f Ready Cash-Quick Nevele-Love You), Jerome Ruaults for Philippe Allaire, 5/1

4th Safra LB (3f Cantab Hall-Flexa LB-Muscles Yankee), Robin Bakker up for P.J.P. Hagoort, 7/1 odds

Sister Dany Bar is from the American Winner mare Red Hot Action (American Winner-Crysta’s Girl-Crysta’s Crown-Video Chip-Bonefish-Amity Hill), she also dam of La Dany Bar (1:56.2, $667,108) that Marco Smorgon successfully trained.

The maternal family includes Shondi (1:57.5, $102,617), open and Grand Circuit performer JR’s Chip (1:57,2, $227,046 by Legend Hanover), Grand Circuit winning Bonefish son, Bolla (1:57.2, $302,616), Coaching Club Trotting Oaks winner AC’s Jennie, Walnut Hall Cup winner Rodney’s Best and the outstanding colt trotter and NY sire RC Royalty. Red Hot Action is 100% standardbred with a 13.7% inbreeding coefficient.

Buvetier, the colt profiled below, is a pedigree contrast but with truly outstanding maternal family performance.

May 6, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Anahita, €35,000, 2700 meters, males, 12 starters, 1.15.1kr

1st Buvetier (3m Goetmals Wood-Rapide Aventure-Love You), Roberto Andreghetti up for Patrick Chevrier, Jean-Pierre Dubois owner, Ecurie D breeder, 4.5/1 odds, second win for €26,650

2nd Bon Copain (3m Love You-Haie-Hetre Vert), Eric Raffin up for Thierry Raffegeau trainer, 6.5/1

3rd Beijing Pearl (3m Repeat Love-Lady Pearl-Blue Dream), R.C. Larue trainer/driver, 38/1

Buvetier is the second foal from the mare Rapide Aventure (Love You-Bahama-Quito de Talonay-Libyssa), she a winner of $293,330 with a 1:54.2 record, 56% French trotteur/44% standardbred with a 3.2% inbreeding coefficient.

The second dam, Bahama, was a numerous graded event winner in Europe, she with earnings of $2,245,522 and a 1:56.1 record. Bahama is dam of Mercenaire (2:01.2, $179,316), Nouvelle Aventure (1:56.2, $362,506), Quelle Aventure (1:57.1, $440,366) and aforementioned Rapide Aventure. This maternal family also produced other European and north American performers including Reve d’Amerik (1:52.2, $474,784), La Star Dream (1:53.3, $325,631), Reve Avec Moi (1:56.4, $214,006), Intense America 1:54.4 (fastest two year-old I ever witnessed) and Belle Nana 1:54.4.

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

 

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