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International trotters headlined today’s card at Les Sables d’Olonne with their Grand Prix for €50,000 going to Uhlan de Val reined by trainer Cedric Megissier. The six year-old son of Islero de Bellouet-Indiana Beautiful-Beautiful Somolli scored narrowly for his eighth career win, now for €815,390. The 1.7/1 favorite, a winner in 1.14.8kr over 2775 meters, held off veteran Roi du Lupin (9g Fleuron Perrine-Helia de Saint-Pol) with J-M Bazire at the lines for trainer/owner J-P Marmion. He’s a 27 time winner of almost €1.7 million. The day’s Quinte+ race of the day had a jackpot of €5.4 million. That race was the Gran Prix de Pontorson atHippodrome de la Mont-Saint Michel. 18 starters battled for the €35,000 purse over 2675 meters, and Sullighan scored in 1.14.4kr as the 1.7/1 favorite for Mme. C. Hallais-Dersoir. JLC Dersoir trains the winner for Ecurie Jeloca. He’s an eight year-old gelded son of Sancho Panca-Terre de Sauoreuil and he defeated the Damien Bonne teamed Samourai Purple. Good racing has also taken place at various European venues this week. Today at Skelleftea, Juliano Rags (6m Juliano Star-Julia Rags-Super Arnie) took the 3140 meters feature worth 100,000SEK to the winner. Noralf Braekken teamed this winner to his 13th career victory now for earnings of 1,833,026SEK. The Norwegian entrant was timed in 1.14kr over the extended distance as he defeated Mellby Vargtass and Bo Eklof, with third to Denmark’s Bradley reined by Robert Bergh. On the same card Valnes Chilly took the co-feature, also with 100,000SEK first prize, as the six year-old mare by Fill V-Chilly Creek-Giant Chill scored over 2140 meters (turning start) in a good 1.12.9kr, her third 2014 victory. Yesterday at Jagersro (SWE) the featured Elitserien Final (100,000SEK to the winner) over 2140 meters autostart went o favored From Dust To Dawn (3m From Above-Emotional Dust-Banker Hall) with Johnny Takter at the lines for Dusty Stables. He scored in 1.15kr for his fourth career win in just seven starts. His dam Emotional Dust was a good one (1:56, US$195,683) and is from Web Dust (Sugarcane Hanover-US Sushi). On that card the co-featured mile autostart event for older trotters went to I Won’t Dance (8g Angus Hall-Do Si Do Hanover-Valley Victory). He scored in 1.11.4kr for Joakim Lofgren to record his 23rd career win in 78 starts for earnings of 6,435,387SEK. Obi Wan was second for Flemming Jensen. Lofgren also scored with lightly raced Bella Bourbon (3f Ready Cash-Stella Pride-Love You) in 1.15.7kr over 2140 meters from the turning start. On July 14 at Beaumont de Lomagne (FR) trainer Vincent Martens won both of the top races. Ouch (7g Viking Kronos-Hot Enough-Malabar Man) took the €35,000 purse Gran Prix Dynavena Maisagri Duren in 1.14.8kr over 2550 meters. Christophe Martens reined the winner to his 13th career win as the 2.8/1 choice. The Menhammer Stuteri -bred winner defeated 61/1 longshot Renato Alstare. The monte Prix de Caen went to Martens conditioned United Face (6g Viking Kronos-Pretty I-Sharif di Jesolo) as the even-money choice with Damien Bonne aboard  in 1.15.2kr over 2550 meters for a purse of €25,000. On July 13 at Amiens (FR) the Prix Vismie for €35,000 drew 16 European starters. Sweden’s Head Line (7g Rite On Line-Farapoli IT-Napoletano) scored for Anthony Duperche, driving for trainer Antonio Ripoll-Rigo. This pair overcame a 25 meter handicap to win timed in 1.16kr. The same day grass-turf experts (16 starters) contested the Saint Jean de Monts for €25,000 over 2625 meters. Super Berry Chenou (8g Jardy-Finaline-Quel Soro) scored at 4.4/1 for J-P Monclin driving for trainer Jean Baudron and owner Ecurie Etoile NV  to earn his 11th win for €193,960 career earnings. Ulk Blue (6m Love You-Just Blue-Cygnus d’Odysse) ended second for Eric Raffin. At L’isle/Sorgue the Gran Pris de Trot de la Ville sur la Sorgue for €32,000, over 2650 meters, went to 3/1 odds Uppercut du Gui (6g Opus Viervil-Altesse du Maroif) reined by Stephane Cingland for Ecurie Franck Anne. He scored in 1.17.2kr for victory eight in his career. At Francheville (FR) J-P Dubois won with homebred Bella Flore (3f Sam Bourbon-Queen Flore-Vikings Way) in the Prix Vanika du Ruel over 2475 meters. Patrick Chevrier trains this one as she recorded the maiden win. by Thomas H. Hicks, for

Two Gr. II trots, a fine undercard and Tropicale Night brought out large numbers of racing and entertainment fans  tonight at Paris-Vincennes. The  Prix Chambon P, a Gr II  international event for €120,000 over the 2850 meter distance, went to the gritty Uhlan de Val and Cedric Megissier. The six year-old son of Islero de Bellouet won for the eight time and increased earnings to €815,390. Reve de Beylev was first to the lead, then yielded to Olmo Holz and he then to first over Rapide du Digeon. Olmo Holz sat in the pocket. Severino was first up at that point and Reve de Beylev moved second in the outer. Uhlan du Val then swept three wide to the lead and was striding home to hold off a gaining and game Reve de Beylev, with Eric Raffin aboard, on the line. Time was a sharp 1.11.9kr for the distance, just over 1-3/4 miles. May 30, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Chambon P, Gr. II International, €120,000, 2850 meters, 10 starters, 1.11.9kr (race time 3:25.03) Fractions: 1.13.1kr at 1500; 1.12.1kr at 1000, 1.11.9kr at 500 and finish 1st Uhlan du Val (6m Islero de Bellouet-Indiana Beautiful-Beautiful Somolli), Cedric Megissier trainer/driver, 1.2/1 odds, eighth win for €815,390 for owner J-P Megissier 2nd Reve de Beylev (9m Fortuna Fant-Heloise Poterie), Eric Raffin for Sebastien Guarato, 13.3/1 3rd Ru de L’airou (9g Cygnus d’Odyssee-Cour d’inTheuille), Pierre Levesque for Philippe Martin, 33.5/1 4th Quinoa du Gers (10m Ganymede-Targu du Chalange), Franck Nivard for Fabrice Souloy 5th Olmo Holz (6m Uronometro-Veuve du Kras), Christophe Martens for trainer Vincent Martens, 4.1/1 Jean-Pierre Dubois’ A Nous Deux took the Gr. II Prix Lavatar for monte specialists with an impressive rallying win for jockey Mlle. Nathalie Henry and trainer Ronny Kuiper. The pair raced with cover along the inner until coming off the final bend when they made a winning move to the front. A Nous Deux scored in 1.14.2kr over 2850 meters to defeat Anna Mix with Franck Nivard aboard. The winner is a four year-old mare by Goetmals Wood, bred by Ecurie D. May 30, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Lavater, Gr. II monte, €120,000, 2850 meters, 10 starters, 1.14.2kr Fractions: 1.16.1kr at 1500; 1.15kr at 1000; 1.14.6kr at 500; 1.14.2kr finish 1st A Nous Deux (4f Goetmals Wood-Nina Madrik-In Love With You), Nathalie Henry up for trainer Ronny Kueiper, owner Jean-Pierre Dubois and Ecurie D is the breeder, 1.6/1 odds, her sixth win for €304,050 and raced without shoes 2nd Anna Mix (4f Ludo de Castelle-Ires), Franck Nivard for Franck Leblanc trainer, 13.4/1 3rd Airport (4m Love You-Pivoine), P-Y Verva for Ake Kristoffersson, 2.1/1 Atlessima ralled for fourth after 25 meter handicap for Eric Raffin The Quinte+ race also highlighted the card and went to favored Tornado Bello with Pierre Levesque up for trainer Mike Lenders. The seven year-old son of Jag de Bellouet is from Enfilade, dame of Prix d’Amerique winner Offshore Dream. Tornado Bello scored in 1.12.5kr over 2700 meters in the €72,000 Prix de la Soiree Tropicale, Romain Derieux teamed Ugo de Nieul to a second place finish. The Quinte+ exact order paid €64,550 for a €2 wager excluding the €3,050,000 jackpot. May 30, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix de la Soiree Tropicale, €72,000, 2700 meters, 17 starters, Quinte+ jackpot €3,050,000, 1.12.5kr 1st Tornado Bello (7m Jag de Bellouet-Enfilade-Tarass Boulba), Pierre Levesque for Mike Lenders trainer, 3.5/1 odds and 12th win for €423,190 earned 2nd Ugo de Nieul (6m Cygnis d;Odyssee-Harmonie de Nieul), Romain Derieux trainer/driver, 5.5/1 3rd Ten Reve de Lahot (7g Hand du Vivier-Nona de Cahot), David Thomain for J-R Thomain, 9.1/1 4th Elles W.Phedo (8f Kasaco Ohedo-Elles W.Lolita), J-M Bazire for Thomas Chaesson trainer, 14.8/1 5th Ugor du Beauvoisin (6m Olitro-Klea du Beauvoisin), Alexandre Abrivard for L-C Abrivard trainer, 55.9/1 by Thomas H. Hicks, for

The Gr. I, 200,000e Criterium des Jeunes highlighted Saturday's graded laden card at Paris-Vincennes. 14 contestants traveled 2700 meters in this test for three year-olds. Disqualification of Philippe Allaire's Brillantisime led to victory being awarded to Billie de Montfort handled by Eric Raffin for trainer Sebastien Guarato. The consistent daughter of Jasmin de Flore from an And Arifant dam recorded her sixth lifetime win now for earnings of 247,200e. She scored in 1.14.4kr over Brutus de Bailly and J-M Bazire with third to Black d'Avril and Franck Ouvrie. The winner's sire Jasmin de Flore shows up more regularly in graded events in France, as previously reported, and for good reason. The son of Vivier de Montfort-Etoile du Pasteret-Mon Tourbillon, was a graded race winner at ages three through five including the Prix Jacques Vauloge, Criterium des 4 ans, Prix de Milan, Prix de Selection and Criterium des 5 ans. His pedigree is 83% French "trotteur", 17% Standardbred, with a 4% inbreeding coefficient, a sire to watch for in 2014 racing wars. February 16, 2014, Paris-Vincennes, Criterium des Jeunes, Gr. I, 200,000e, 2700 meters, 14 starters 1.14.4kr 1st Billie de Montfort (3f Jasmin de Flore-Quismy de Montfort-And Arifant), driver Eric Raffin, Sebastien Guarato, 2.2/1, her sixth win 2nd Brutus de Bailly (3m Niky-Ninon de Bailly-Carnac), J-M Bazire up, 5/1 3rd Black d'Avril (3m Oceano Nox-Olivia d'Avril-Extreme Aunou), Franck Ouvrie driving for Frederic Prat The Gr. III, 110,000e monte Prix du Pontavice de Heusseym went to well-regarded Utoky with Franck Nivard in the irons for trainer Franck Leblanc. Ecurie Cte P de Montesson owns the 1.11.9kr winner, now with earnings of over 549,000e. The six year-old son of Cygnus d'Odyssee from a Kimberland mare, defeated Rubis Dairpet with Eric Raffin aboard, this one also from a Kimberland dam. Kimberland is an often overlooked early franco-american mating, he by Nevele Pride from Astrasia from the famed artichoke consuming international superstar Jamin. February 16, 2014, Paris-Vincennes, Prix du Pontavice de Heusseym, Gr. III European, monte, 110,000€, 2175 meters, 9 starters 1.11.9kr 1st Utoky (6m Cygnus d'Odyssee--Epopee-Kimberland), Franck Nivard, Franck Leblanc, owner Ecurie Cte P de Montesson, 5.7/1, sixth career win 2nd Rubis Dairpet (9g Kaiser Soze-Betty de la Noe-Kimberland), Eric Raffin, Sebastien Guarato, 4.5/1 3rd Saphit de Morge (8m Guenor-Folie de Morge-Roc), P-Y Verva, F. Terry, Ecurie Pole Position 3.5/1 American Eagle was awarded the win of the Gr. III Prix d'Orthez after the first two across the line were disqualified. The 100,000e event over 2700 meters attracted 15 starters. The winning son of double Prix d'Amerique winner Offshore Dream recorded his third career success with the 1.14.5kr win that increased his earnings to over 181,000e. Jean-Etienne Dubois drove the winner that he also owns and trains. February 16, 2014, Pais-Vincennes, Prix d'Orthez, Gr. III European, 100,000e, 2700 meters, 15 starters, Quinte+ jackpot 4.4 million euros 1.14.5kr 1st American Eagle (4m, Offshore Dream-Paradise's Key-Coktail Jet), Jean-Etienne Dubois owner/trainer/driver, 9/1, his third career win 2nd Duke of Greenwood (4m Otello Pierji-Nikki Groenhof-Meadow Road),Hugo W. Langeweg, Jr. up for trainer Peter J. Strooper, 11/1 (Germany) 3rd Alceste du Goutier (4m Quido du Goutier-Matsuyama-Sebrazac), Jacques Bruneau trainer/driver, 48/1 Relative longshots led to an exact order Q+ payoff of 66,618e for a 2e wager. Sunday Jet (Coktail Jet-Glad To Meet You-Jiosco) took the European 52,000e Prix d'Arras over 2700 meters defeating 17 rivals. The bold-going winner scored in 1.13.7kr for Franck Nivard as he held off strong closing Norwegian invader Tourbillon with Julien Dubois at the lines for Vincent Martens. February 16, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix d'Arras (Prix de l'Association Nationale des Turfistes), European, 52,000e, 2700 meters, 18 starters 1.13.7kr 1st Sunday Jet (8g Coktail Jet-Glad To Meet You-Jiosco), Franck Nivard up for owner/trainer M. Vallee, 3.3/1, his seventh career win 2nd Tourbillon (7g Ganymede-Inlaid Pine-Pine Chip), Julien Dubois up for trainer Vincent Martens, 61/1 (Norway) 3rd Ton Copain (7g Capriccio-Haie-Hetre Vert), J-M Bazire driving, 12/1 On the undercard, the well-bred Very Love Blue scored again in the 80,000e Prix du Finistere for trainer/driver J-M Bazire. Owned by legendary Ecurie Wildenstein, the five year-old gelded son of Nice Love from Naama Blue by Buvetier d'Aunou recorded his ninth career win as the favorite in this 2100 meter autostart contest. The winner scored in a solid 1.11.9kr. February 16, 2014, Paris-Vincennes, Prix du Finistere, males, 80,000e, 2100 meters autostart, 11 starters 1st Very Love Blue (5g, Nice Love-Naama Blue-Buvetier d'Aunou), J-M Bazire trainer/driver, owner Ecurie Wildenstein, 0.8/1 favorite, his ninth win 2nd Valdu Mag (5m, Jam Pridem-Poesie de Chamant-And Arifant), Franck Ouvrie up, 51/1 3rd Venturi Omali (5m And Arifant-Jivank du Pre-Beautiful Somolli), Franck Nivard driving for trainer Franck Terry, 11/1 by Thomas H. Hicks for    

The superb six year-old Up And Quick moved three wide early to gain command for J-M Bazire and then drew away from rivals to win the Gr. II International Prix Tenor de Baune, the second last major event before the Prix d'Amerique. Franck Leblanc conditions the winner for Ecurie Quick Star. Longshot Unabella Perrine was second at 25/1. Uhlan du Val, off as 3/1 second choice, was fourth ahead of two entrants from Sweden, Rocky Winner (by Credit Winner) and Disco AE (by Scarlet Knight). None were a match for the winner. January 12, 2014 Paris-Vincennes - Prix Tenor de Baune, Gr. II International UET Masters Series, 120,000 euro purse, 2700 meters turning start, 10 starters 1.13.3kr Fractions:1.15kr at 1500; 1.13.5kr at 1000, 1.13.7kr at 500, 1.13.3kr finish 1st Up And Quick (6m Buvetier d'Aunou-Fichtre-Quiton du Coral), J-M Bazire up for Ecurie Quick Star and trainer Franck Leblanc, his 10th career win for earning in excess of 880,000 euro, odds 0.7/1 as favorite 2nd Unabella Perrine (6f Diamant Gede-Minnie Perrine-Viking Sun), Franck Ouvrie up at 25/1 3rd Une Fille d'Amour (6f Infant du Bassis-Never So Great-Ever Jet), David Thomain up at 7.5/1 4th hlan du Val (6m Islero de Bellouet-Indiana Beautiful-Beautiful Somolli), Cedric Megissier trainer/driver, 3/1 odds 5th Rocky Winner (6m Credit Winner-Level Fortytwo-Arnaquer), Dominik Locqueneux up for Jorgen Westholm trainer, 17/1 odds 6th Disco AE (6m Scarlet Knight-Queen AR-Super Arnie), Eric Raffin up for Stefan Melander owner/trainer, 57/1 The winner's pedigree is productive, he being sired by legendary Buvetier d'Aunou (Royal Prestige-Nesmile-Caprior) from the mare Fichtre by Quiton du Coral. She is dam of seven foals, six winners ranging in life earnings from 99,000 euro to 880,000 euro, and each by a different sire. Up And Quick's pedigree is 63% French trotter and 37% standardbred with a 1.7% inbreeding coefficient. Up And Quick is in fact quick and able to go the distance. He'll be a likely contender in the Prix d'Amerique, at least among the youngsters first tackling the full-scale veteran, top-level, international players. by Thomas H. Hicks for   

Anthony Barrier smartly steered the Jean-Paul Marmion owned/trained Triode de Felliere (f6 Derby du Gite-Linea de Vandel-Cezio Josselyn) to a rallying win in the second "B", the Gr. II UET Masters Series Prix du Bourbonnais. The 52/1 longshot prevailed over 7/1 Uhlan du Val (m5 Islero de Bellouet-Indiana Beautiful-Beautiful Somolli) with Cedric Megissier aboard. Pacestter Soleil du Fosse (m7 Jag de Bellouet-Fortune du Fosse) handled by trainer Thierry Duvaldestin, at 47/1, ended third in a dead heat with the 28/1 Marielles (Italy, f7 Kick Tail-Egida Play-Waikiki Beach) with Matthieu Abrivard up for trainer Fabrice Souloy. Texas Charm (m6 Cygnus d'Odyssee-Kamela Charm-Coktail Jet) rallied for fifth for Julien Dubois. The winner's time was 1.14.6kr in what was a slowly-rated pace with time at the 1500 meter mark of 1.16.8kr, 1.15.7kt at the 1000 and 1.15.8kr at the 500. Most of the field sprinted home but the 25 meter handicapped horses (those with life earnings of 1,076,000 euro and above) had little chance. Finishers 6-10 were Tiego d'Etang, Ready Cash, Santa Rose France, Royal Dream and Roxana de Barbray. Singalo was disqualified for a miscue while contesting the lead early and Timoko showed little and ended unplaced. Ready Cash raced toward the end following Texas Charm and closed smartly in what seemed to be a training exercise. Royal Dream raced on the inside toward the back after catching the 2850 meter pack and also closed with trot between horses. The other Italian contestant Pascia Lest led briefly at the start before yielding for a two-hole position but the Enrico Bellei handled trotter faded badly when the pace quickened. Photos of the stretch drive follow and the race replay may be seen on as this race served as the Quinte+ race of the day. The Q+ returned 42,747 euro (exact order) for a two euro wager with the jackpot being 2.6 million euro to a ticketholder having the system generated 4-digit number 1547 on the exact order mutuel ticket. Graded Races Kickoff Strong Paris-Vincennes Weekend On a weekend featuring the Prix de Bourbonnais and the Gran Criterium 3 Ans on Sunday, a myriad of excellent graded events are also taking place. Today’s Prix Narquois (Gr. III, 2700 meters, 90,000 euro purse) began the action with a win by Ultimate du Rib (5g Dahor de Prelong-Kara Pellois) and teamster Jean Lois Claude Dersoir.  Joel Hallais trains the winner for Ecurie Rib. The 20/1 upsetter scored in 1.13.2kr over Un Amour d’Haufor (5m Love You-Glamour d’Haufor) for Christian Bigeon with third to pacesetter Un Charme Fou (5m Love You-Ma Crown) and Pierre Vercruysse for trainer Franck Leblanc. The Gr. II Prix Artiste Hemard (2700 meters, 120,000 euro purse) for four year-old mares went to fast finishing Victoire (4f Kitko-Juventa Blue) for J-P Mary over Vive Daidou (4f Ouragan de Celland-Orange Douce) with trainer/driver Thierry Duvaldestin up. Pacesetter Viva Island (4f Goetmals Wood-Island Dream) raced tough to hold for a close third with owner/trainer/driver Jean-Pierre Dubois aboard. The winner scored in 1.14.8kr for the 5/1 odds win. The evenly rated pace picked up steam markedly in the final 500 meters as the time after 2200 meters was 1.15.9kr. Thomas H. Hicks    

Uhlan du Val (5m Islero de Bellouet-Indiana Beautiful-Beautiful Somolli) was an easy 10/1 upset winner of the first “B” leading to the 2014 Prix d’Amerique in January. He scored in 1.12.9kr in a race in which the pace quickened with each 500 meter clocking. Time at the 1500 meter mark was 1.14.2kr. This Gr. II International UET Masters Series contest, over 2700 meters for 120,000 euro purse, may signal a changing of the guard (albeit Ready Cash and other international stars were not starters) as veterans Roxanne Griff, Quinoa du Gers and Reve de Beylev ended fifth, sixth and seventh in the 13 horse field (other well-known players Quoumba du Guez, Singalo, Main Wise As, Vanika du Ruel and  early leader Kadett CD were either back in the pack or disqualified). The long-striding, great-gaited winner scored for the sixth time in his career, good for over 560,000 euros. Cedric Megissier drove Uhlan du Val for owner J-P Megissier. Up And Quick (5m Buvetier d’Aunou-Fichtre-Quiton du Coral) raced well again to be second for Franck Nivard and trainer Franck Leblanc. Favorite Tiego d’Etang (6m Chaillot-Harolene-Vroum d’Or) was third for Christian Bigeon with Treskool du Caux (6m Kool du Caux-Intervista-Off Gy) fourth with Tony LeBeller aboard. The Quinte+ race of the day (1.2 million euro jackpot) was the Prix de Cosse-Le-Vivien (2100 meters autostart, 16 starters, 72,000 euro purse) with the winner being the Denmark registered New Line (8g King Conch-Pa’En Igen Frokjaer-Pay Dirt) with Pierre Levesque catch-driving for trainer Ake Svanstedt. He scored in 1.12kr to record his 17th career win good for 311,000 euros banked. Off at 3/1, the winner (who reminds this writer of Pay Dirt) defeated Tornade du Digeon (6f Jag de Bellouet-Herlane du Terme-Kimberland) and reinsman J-M Bazire with Sweden’s Ed You (6g Love You-Lancia Brick-Super Arnie) third for Robert Bergh and owner Stall Sedin HB. by Thomas H. Hicks for  

The fashionably bred Tast Of Bourbon (3f Donato Hanover-Qualita Bourbon-Love You) won today’s Hippodrome d’Enghien featured Prix Henri Cravoisier (Gr. III European, 1609 meters autostart) carrying a purse of 85,000 euro. The winner, registered in Denmark and first foal of a great racemare, scored in 1.11.6kr (1 :55.27) for breeder/owner/driver Jean-Pierre Dubois. She is trained by Jean Baudron and won her second straight graded event at Enghien, the first over 2875 meters. In 2013 Tast Of Bourbon has two wins and a second in five starts in this her first racing year. Remo Gas (3m Varenne-Isotta Gas-Toss Out) was second for Pierre Vercruysse and trainer Marco Smorgon with Artiste de Jour(3m Chef du Chatelet- Ondione du Fournet-Beautiful Somolli) landing third for Franck Ouvrie. For Dubois, who began driving again in France on May 1st, it was his 23rd win in 60 drives for a winning percentage 38.33%. Dubois earned his third graded win and has been 1-2-3 in 37 of  those 60 appearances, his horses earning over 418,000 euro. The 73 year-old breeder, trainer and reinsman is well respected as one of the great equine developers in the trotting sport. by Thomas H. Hicks  

Ecurie Quick Star's bred and owned Up and Quick (5m Buvetier d'Aunou-Fichtre-Quiton du Coral) handily won today's Gr. II Prix Louis Jariel for 120,000 euro at Paris-Vincennes.

Tornade du Digeon (6f Jag de Bellouet-Harlane de Terme-Kimberland) won today's 5th leg of the Grand National du Trot at La Capelle for trainer/driver J-M Bazire. She covered the 2750 meter distance in 1.14.7kr for the 90,000 euro purse to defeat Tolca de Bellouet (6f Orlando Vici-Quenavora-Paleo) with Cedric Megissier up.

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