Day At The Track

Major Group II tests at Vincennes

01:00 PM 09 Dec 2018 NZDT
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Fubria holds off Caporal de Bry
Fubria with jockey Yoann Lebourgeois giving an interview from the winner's circle
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Daytona Jet and jockey Mathilde Collet hold off Caporal de Bry

An array of excellent groupe contests were on today’s Paris-Vincennes harness racing program, but, before those events began was the monte Prix de Seiches-sur-Le- Loir (purse 80,000€, 215 meters).

The quick timed 1.12.2krwinner was the 9/10 favorite Daytona Jet (5f Goetmals Wood-Run For Jet) with Mlle. Mathilde Collet in the irons for trainer Stephane Meunier. She scored for the seventh time in a 41 start career, now for 269,210€ earned.  The 57/1 outsider Caporal de Bry (6g Singalo-One Class) was second for jockey Julien Balu, and third was 14/1 Cash du Rib (6g Ready Cash) for trainer/jockey J.L.Cl. Dersoir.

The Gr. II Prix Albert Rayon (purse 76,000€, 2100 meters autostart, three year olds, nine starters) started the groupe events and it was narrowly won by the 1.1/1 favorite Fubria (3f Password-Sanawa) timed in 1.14.2kr with a powerful last 500 for Yoann Lebourgeois. Fubria now has five career wins in nine starts for 100,500€ earned.

The 21/1 Frostie Love (3f Sam Bourbon-Ustie Love) was second for Eric Raffin and owner/trainer Etienne Dubois. Third went to 8.5/1 Famous Quality (3f Rocklyn-Union Quality) with Jean Philippe Dubois the breeder/driver.

Next up was the Gr. II Prix Raoul Balliere (monte, purse 120,000€, 2175 meters, three year olds). The 3/5 favorite Feeling Cash (3m Ready Cash-Royale Star) was victorious timed in 1.12.9kr. Yoann Lebougeois was up for owner Carlos Lerner and trainer Philippe Allaire. 

This colt recorded hius sixth career win in 19 outings, now for 416,450€ earned. 3/1 Fado du Chene (3m Singalo) was second for P.Ph. Ploquin, trainer Julien LeMer and owner Claude Guedj. 22/1 Flore de Janeiro (3f Vanishing Point) was third for Anthony Barrier and owner/trainer Franck Blandin. 6.2/1 Ferreteria (3f Goetmals Wood) ended fourth.

The feautured event this day was the Gr. II Prix Ariste Hemard (purse 120,000€, 200 meters, four yer olds). The 1.13.9kr timed winner was the 2/5 favorite Erming d’Oliverie (4f Scipion du Goutier-Theze d’Oliverie) with Franck Nivard up. Ecurie d’Oliverie owns this Franck Leblanc trainee that now has 13 career wins in 26 starts for 940,990€ in earnings.

The 13/1 Estola (4f Nectar-Nika) was second for Bjorn Goop, driving for trainer Emmanuel Ruault. and owner Ecurie Comte P. de Montesson. 21/1 Extra Light (4f Village Mystic) was third with David Thomain up.

Vincennes also hosted the day’s Q+ event in the Prix d’Hautefort (purse 58,000€, 2100 meters autostart, 15 European starters). The 1.9/1 odds Valokaja Hindu (7m Great Challenger-Hindu Enghave) scored for trainer/driver Jean Michel Bazire timed in 1.12.3kr. The Norwegian invader now has four wins in FR from six starts and career earnings reached 206,754€. 

The 12/1 Blue Ciel (7g Milord Drill) was second for David Thomain, and third was 52/1 Pave The Way (10g Pearsall Hanover-Hot Pants) for Alexandre Abrivard. 28/1 Aqi des Crerves and 12/1 Vixel completed the exact order top five. Winning 2€ ticketholders received 20,328€.

The Gr. III Prix Narquois (purse 95,000€, 2700 meters) completed the day’s groupe races and this one showcased another impressive victory by the 7/10 favorite Dreambreaker (5g Offshore Dream-Brooke Boko) with trainer Jean Michel Bazire driving.

The winner is owned in Germany by Stall Oberkracher and now has posted five wins in nine starts in FR for career earnings of 206,754€. Dreambreaker raced much of the way in the second tier before powering to the front in the lane. 19/1 Delloro Vedaquais (5g Ready Cash-Spandelle) was second with J.Ph. Monclin up for owner/trainer Philippe Allaire. 19/1 Super Nice (5m Orlando Vici-Flax Avenue) took third for trainer/driver Bjorn Goop. 18/1 Handsome Brad (5m Brad de Veluve-Ulrica M) was third for driover C.J. Jepson.

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

 

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