Day At The Track

Super Fez and Tornado Bello win at Vincennes

11:50 AM 05 Jul 2016 NZST
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Tornado Bello
Tornado Bello (file photo)

The Quinte+ this day was the Prix Nemausa at Paris-Vincennes where 18 European starters battled for the €60,000 purse over 2100 meters autostart. Timed in 1.12.2kr, the harness racing victory went to 2/1 Super Fez (6m Love You-Lucia FI) and driver Federico Esposito. H-E Bondo trains the Scuderia Cumasa Group SRL property that defeated Holland’s 69/1 Eagle B. Butcher (5m Pegasus Boko-Iwema’s First) with Eric Raffin up. 61/1 Temon Your SM (4m Love You-Emon Sante Fe’Sm) that Marco Smorgon trains and drives for italy’s Scuderia Super Chico SAS. 13/1 Bosco du Goutier (5m Goetmals Wood-Idole de Tugeras) took the fourth spot for David Thomain, trainer Sebastian Guarato and Ecurie Saint Martin, with fifth to 8.2/1 Owen Face (5g Gift Kronos-Muscles McNuggets) and Pierre Vercruysse for Sweden’s owner/trainer Lutfi Kolgjini.

The undercard’s Prix Eva (purse €60,000, 2100 meters autostart, 14 European starters) went to 70/1 Sunrise Dancer (5f Frullino Jet-Larinia del Ronco) with Roberto Andreghetti driving. The 1.12.2kr timed winner is a Roberto Donati trainee, owned by Scuderia Stabe SRL. 46/1 Class Petteviniere (4f Repeat Love-Noce Petteviniere) took second for Dominik Locqueneux  ahead of 4.6/1 Seattle Bi (5f Equinox Bi-Las Vegas Bi) handled by trainer Alessandro Gocciadoro for Scuderia Dielle.

The featured monte Gr. III Prix Paul Delanoe (purse €110,000, 2700 meters, nine starters) went to even-money choice Tornado Bello (9m Jag de Bellouet-Enfilade). The barefoot monte specialist was ridden by Camille Levesque for trainer Thomas Levesque and owner Remi Bouaret. 17/1 Texas de l’iton (9g Cygnus d’Odyssee-Ilrade de L’iton was a nose nipped second for Mathieu Mottier and trainer Hughes Levesque with the same clocked Tornade du Digeon (9f Lag de Bellouet-Herlane du Terme) third with Eric Raffin up for trainer J-M Bazire. The top three were clocked in 1.13.8kr and all raced without shoes.

Thomas H. Hicks

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