Day At The Track

Valojaka Hindo wins at Vincennes

03:56 AM 19 May 2019 NZST
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Valokaja Hindo
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JMB (Jean-Michel Bazire) had quite a day Friday that included three harness racing wins at Paris-Vincennes at another at Angers.
 
The featured score was with 7/10 favorite Valokaja Hindo (8m Great Challenger-Hindo Enghave) timed in 1.13.4kr in the Vincennes’ Prix Jacques de Saint Sauveur (purse 64,000€, 2850 meters, 11 European starters).
 
Bazire, the trainer, used the front end to win over 1.7/1 Orlando Jet (6m Orlando Vici-Chicolina) reined by Rudi Haller for Team Neuhof. 58/1 Gross Weight (8g Scarlet Knight) was third for Mathieu Mottier. Valokaja Hindo won for the ninth time in 15 starts in France and increased his life earnings to 380,004€.

Bazire was back quickly to win the Q+ Prix de la Ville de Nogent-sur-Morne (purse 41,000€, 2850 meters, 14 starters) with 1.8/1 favorite Fidele Royale (4m Veux de Vicomte) clocked in 1.13.9kr.

Ecurie des Charmes owns the four time winner that defeated 8.6/1 First du Ronceret handled by Anthony Barrier and 36/1 Figaro Planchette.

There were 21 winning Quinte+ ticket holders that were paid 24,591.80€for their wager.

The Q+ pool was 3,782,165€ and race total handle was over 7,730,000€.

JMB also won the Prix Dejanira (purse 45,000€, 2100 meters autostart, nine starters) with the 1.11.7kr timed and 4/10 favorite Defi de Retz (6m First de Retz), his eighth win in 28 starts, for breeder/owner Ottavia Roffi-Urano. 2.8/1 Django des Charmes was second for Sebastian Ernault.

Earlier in the day Bazire won at Angers in the Prix Qucila Gede (purse 16,000€, 2425 meters, 14 starters) with the 1.16.8kr timed and 7/10 odds Gravune de Mode (3f Quinoa du Gers).

Trotting action also took place Friday at Wolvega highlighted by the Criterium des 3 Ans (purse 14,850€, 2100 meters autostart, eight starters) with 4.6/1 Joe Fanatic (3g Muscle Mass-Balance Fanatic) the 1.15.8kr timed winner for Micha Brouer. 44/1 Jack Hanover (3g Broadway Fortuna-Jera Hanover) took second with Rob DeVlieger at the lines.

 

Thomas H. Hicks

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