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Friday’s Q+ Prix Bruno Coquatrix (purse €45,000, 2850 meters, 16 starters) at Cabourg went to 11.2/1 Vasco de Viette (7g Capriccio-Nonette Tivoli) with harness racing driver Vincent Seguin up, his first Quinte+ victory. 8.1/1 Vramdao (7m Quido du Goutier-Kiss Me Coulonces) was second for Tony LeBeller, trainer Arnold J. Mollema and breeder/owner Pail Van Klaveren. The dam of Vramdao also produced international star Timoko, Umako and 10 money winners from 11 foals. She is a daughter of And Arifant-Allez Coulonces-Lutin d’Isigny. Second dam Vanina B was winner of the Prix de France and second in the Prix d’Amerique. Third today was 148/1 Viking du Pommeau (7g Biesolo-Actrice du Pommeau). The winner was clocked in 1.13.7kr for the open lengths score. Two year-olds contested the Prix des Souris (purse €13,099, 2050 meters autostart, eight participants) with victory to 1.17.9kr timed Evert de Ginai (2m Love You-Nymphe de Ginai). Off at 1,2/1 odds this Philippe Allaire trainee is owned by Ecurie Reimo Kursla OY. Second was 2.1/1 Eridan (2m Ready Cash-Topaze d’Atout), a Sebastian Guarato trainee for Philippe Dewulf and driven this day by Ch. Lefarx, finishing ahead of 10.6/1 Easy Turgot (2m Orlando Vici-Tamise Turgot) with trainer Sylvain Roger up. Thomas H. Hicks

Unice de Guez (8f Capriccio-Eau Blanche) took today’s Quinte+ Prix de Langeais (purse €88,000, 2850 meters, 18 starters) clocked in 1.13.4kr for harness racing driver/trainer J-M Bazire and owner Ecurie Vautors at 7/1 odds. The 5/1 odds Vicu du Petit Odon (7g Otello Pierji-Mine Éclair) was second for Pierre Vercruysse  Third was 26.6/1 Union du Rib (8f Fleuron Perrine-Hermine du Rib) with J.L. Cl. Dersoir  driving and training for Ecurie Jeloca. Bora Fligny (5g Magnificant Rodney-Orsa Mayor de Jay) scored timed in 1.16kr for Francois Lagadeuc  in the monte  €72,000 Prix de Dozule over 2700 meters with seven European contestants. This 27.2/1 odds winner defeated 6.7/1 Candy Store (5f Andover Hall-Lily Kronos) handled by Franck Nivard for owner/trainer Lutfi Kolgjini. 1.1/1 favorite Bellaya (5f First de Retz-Kelaya) was this one trained and owned by Franck Anne. The Gr. III Prix de Verdun (purse €105,000, 2700 meters, 11 starters) February 4th went to the 1.13.5kr winner Bugsy Malone at 7/10 odds. The five year-old gelded son of Ready Cash-Night Captain was an easy winner after being bid-in at last Friday’s Prix d’Amerique sale at €380,000. Philippe Allaire trains and owns Bugsy. 9.6/1 Blue Grass (5f Ready Cash-Princesse Natacha) was second for J-Ph Monclin and trainer Allaire. 5.8/1 Boeing du Bocage (5m Scipion du Goutier-Lora du Cap Vert) was third for J-M Bazire and trainer Franck Leblanc. 8.8/1 Savannah Bi (5f Ganymede-Dakota Bi) ended fourth for Franck Nivard. This coming weekend at Paris-Vincennes continues the outstanding winter meet with four top races on Saturday and five on Sunday. Saturday – February 6th Prix Paul Viel, purse €120,000, Gr. II with nine starters Prix du Grande, purse €70,000, 2850 meters, 18 starters, Quinte+ Prix d’Avignon, purse €85,000, 2100 meters, Gr. III with 15 starters Prix Roquepine, purse €120,000, 2175 meters, Gr. II with ten starters Sunday – February 7th Prix Indiene, €95,000 purse, monte 8 starters Prix de  Champtoce, purse €60,000, 32 entrants, Quinte+ Prix de la Marne, €110,000, Gr. III International, 10 starters Prix de Rowen, €100,000, 15 starters Prix de :L’ile-de-France, Gr. I Monte UET Masters Series, purse €200,000, 13 starters that includes Cornulier winner Scarlet Turgot. Thomas H. Hicks  

The January 5th harness racing card at Paris-Vincennes included the Prix de Mezieres (purse €35,000, 2700 meters, 12 starters) with victory to 6/1 Douchka Love (3f Love You-Shucca) driven by Bernard Piton for owner Jean-Pierre Dubois and trainer Yves Boireau. Timed in 1.17.7kr the winner bested 9/1 Danae Quesnot (3f Rocklyn-Megara) handled by Eric Raffin and 1.3/1 favorite Duchesse de Jiel (3f Oiseau de Feux-Quilea Jiel) driven by Mathieu Abrivard. The winners’ dam Shucca (Goetmals Wood-Hucca-Kimberland) was a winner of US$226,073 and second at age three in the Prix d’Essai. Bothg of her previous two foals raced and were money winners. Kimberland is a son of Nevele Pride-Astrasia-Jamin. The day’s Quinte+ (jackpot €2.8 million) was the Prix de Poitiers (purse €80,000, 2700 meters, 18 starters) the produced a 1.13.5kr winner at 3.1/1 odds, namely Unice de Guez (8f Capriccio-Eau Alecche) handled by trainer J-M Bazire for Ecurie Vautors. This one defeated 10/1 Union du Rib (8f Fleuron Perrine-Hermine du Rib) driven by trainer J.L.Cl. Dersoir for Ecurie Jeloca with third to 5.2/1 Uniflosa Bella (8f Jag de Bellouet-Koctiflosa Gede) reined by Eric Raffin for Jean-Paul Marmion, trainer and owner. Favored 1.8/1 odds Blackaro (5g Quaro-Rodness Queen) took the Prix de Cordemais (purse €46,000, 2700 meters, 18 starters) timed in 1.14.8kr for teamster Mathieu Abrivard. Franck Nivard piloted 5.4/1 Bocognano (5m Coktail Jet-Qualarossa) to second for trainer Jorgen Westholm and Ecurie Nolimit AB. 11.8/1 Buzz Sly (5m Repeat Love-Riviera As) was third for trainer/driver Pierre Vercruysse. On January 6th the Paris-Vincennes’ featured Prix de Covey-le-Chateau (purse €70,000, 2700 meters, 10 starters) went to the 1.15.6kr timed and 1.9/1 odds favorite Cova Josselyn (4f Love You-Sezira Josselyn) driven by trainer J-M Bazire for owner Yvan Bernard. 4/1 Comtesse du Chene (4f Quaker Jet-Imperiale du Chene) was a rallying second for Pierre Vercruysse and 59/1 Claire des Baux (4f Nectar-Polina des Baux) ended third for P-Y Verva. Thomas H. Hicks  

October 14, 2014 - J-M Bazire teamed his trainee Val Royal (6m Capriccio-Quarda du Rib) to victory today in the latest leg of the Gr. III Grand National du Trot Paris-Turf (purse €90,000, 2850 meters distance handicap,  18 starters), also the Q+ race of the day. The shoeless winner scored in 1.15.6kr at 5.6/1 odds for owner Ecurie des Chames and overcame a 25 meter handicap. 1.2/1 favorite Venosc de Minel (6g Laetenter Diem-Melin Monochrome) was second for Joseph Verbeeck ahead of 58/1 outsider Saxo de Ligny (9m Pososis-Capri des Barges) with Eric Raffin driving. Tresor Wic was fourth and Taormina d’Em closed fifth in the Q+ event with a jackpot of €3.1 million. Cl. N° Chevaux Drivers Propriétaires Entraîneurs 1er 13 Val Royal J.-M. Bazire Ecurie des Charmes J.-M. Bazire 2ème 3 Venosc de Minel J. Verbeeck Mme S. Raimond Mme S. Raimond 3ème 4 Saxo de Ligny E. Raffin N. Chevallier N. Chevallier 4ème 14 Trésor Wic A. Barrier F. Decoster L. Simon 5ème 16 Taormina d'Em T. Le Beller Ecurie d'Em J.-P. Allix    Rapports (pour 2€)     Tirelire 3.100.000 € - Numéro plus : 0784       Ordre :       8.450,00€       Désordre :       169,00€       Bonus 4 :       27,00€       Bonus 4sur5 :       9,60€       Bonus 3 :       6,40€                     The Prix de Marcigny (purse €36,000, 2850 meters, 13 starters) on the Vichy program, went to Cash Love (3m Love You-Isola Love) at 3.6/1 timed in 1.17.2kr for trainer/driver J-M Bazire and Ecurie des Charmes. 5.5/1 Catsoicette (3f Pad d’Urzy-Geteane) was second for Eric Raffin, teaming for trainer/owner Philippe Gaillard. 16.5/1 Cilento was third. At Reims this day was held the Grand Prix du Champagne de Castelnau (purse €32,000, 2575 meters, 16 European starters) and the 1.15.1kr winner, off at 12.2/1 odds, was Theatral (8g Lilium Madrik-Dame Vallee) for teamster Bernard Piton for trainer Ronny Kuiper and Stall Escapade; 35/1 Turqiouse de Ry and 22/1 Ustin de Littry trailed the winner to the line Thomas H. Hicks

June 22, 2015 - Sunday’s harness racing undercard at Vincennes also included two Gr.III events and the day’s Quinte+ with a €3.35 million jackpot. Starting that action  was the Gr. III Prix Raymond Fouard (€85,000 purse, 2700 meters, 14 European starters) was clocked in 1.13.7kr by the victorious 1.6/1 favorite Beau Gamin(4m Quinoa du Gers-Cadette) with Eric Raffin up for trainer Sebastien Guarato and owner Jean Michel Rancoule. The winner recorded his eighth win now for earnings of €227,440. 7/1 Balva Montaval (4f Magnificent Rodney-Primavera de Lou) finished second for Franck Nivard with 44/1 Bolide de Gueron (4m Cygnus d’Odyssee-Olivia) third for Franck Anne, the driver/trainer/owner. The Prix de Gresse (Gr. III, €80,000 purse, 2700 meters, 12 European starters) went to the 1.12.5kr winning Norwegian Lionel (5m Look de Star-Aurora Dign-Smokn Lantern) for J-M Bazire. The 3/1 winner is trained by Fabrice Souloy for Goran Antonsen. Lionel scored his ninth career win for earnings of €203,216. 25/1 Red Rose America (5f Varenne-Armbro Voice) was second for Tony LeBeller driving for trainer Souloy and the Denmark owner Stall Panamera Racing. This one was bred in Italy by the late Lou Guida. 39/1 Atout du Lorre (5g Oakwood du Closet-Haquikmie) was third for Franck Anne also trainer/owner. Rooibus and Rember Mail finished fourth and fifth while As Dore and Arlington Dream were disqualified. The Quinte+ Prix Bertrand Deloison (€90,000 purse, 2850 meters, 17 European starters) went to the 1.13.8kr timed, 2.3/1 odds Val Royal (6m Capriccio-Quarda du Rib) for trainer/driver J-M Bazire and owner/breeder Ecurie des Charmes. The winner posted his 11th career victory now for €353,720 earned. Germany’s 3/1 Chapeau (6m Love You-Crown Tess) was second for trainer/driver Christophe Martens and Italian owner Renato Bruni. 29/1 Urgos (7m Kesaco Phedo-Orcieris) was third for Joseph Verbeeck driving for trainer Bazire. Italy’s Perkins Grif was fourth. Win-place handle alone on the W+ race exceeded €1,147,000.      Rapports (pour 2€)   Tirelire 3.350.000 € - Numéro plus : 0397     Ordre :       1.281,80€     Désordre :       23,40€     Bonus 4 :       7,20€     Bonus 4sur5 :       3,60€     Bonus 3 :       2,40€           Cl. N° Chevaux Drivers Propriétaires Entraîneurs 1er 7 Val Royal J.-M. Bazire Ecurie des Charmes J.-M. Bazire 2ème 11 Chapeau GER C. Martens R. Bruni C. Martens 3ème 10 Urgos J. Verbeeck M. Moureaux J.-M. Bazire 4ème 4 Perkins Grif ITY F. Nivard Scuderia Futura 2004 Srl F. Souloy 5ème 16 Scarlet Turgot E. Raffin Mme T. Hoste Y.-A. Briand               Thomas H. Hicks  

June 3, 2015 - J-M Bazire trainees finished first and second in today’s prestigious harness racing GNT Paris-Turf (€90,000 purse, 2850 meters distance handicapped, 18 starters, National Gr. III). The race was this day’s Q+ with a €2.7 million jackpot and it attracted win-place handle of over €938,000. Bazire teamed Val Royal (6m Capriccio-Quarda du Rib-Gobernador) to victory as the 3/2 favorite for owner Ecurie des Charmes. The win was his 10th in a career that now has earned €313,220. This barefoot trotter covered the programmed distance in 3:29.12 (1.13.4kr) as he barely held off the charging stablemate Vinci de l’Abbaye (6m Otello Pierji-Kyboumette) at 4.4/1 for teamster Joseph Verbeeck. Ecurie de l’Abbaye owns this one that nearly overcame a 25 meter penalty and was clocked in 1.12.8kr. 69/1 Speedy Horse (9m Kid Blue-Etoile de l’Anxure) was third for owner/trainer/driver Sebastian Baude. Thomas H. Hicks

Excellent complementary harness racing action took place this Elitloppet 2015 day at Solvalla. The Monte Elite (1609 meters autostart, 150,000SEK to the winner) went to Torre Crepin (8g Capriccio-Lanaka-Cezio Josselyn) for Adrien Lamy in the fastest monte clocking (world record) ever, 1.10kr (1:52.63 mile rate), eclipsing Prince de Montfort’s 1:53.2 mile rate on the 2010 Elitloppet day. Another FR performer was second,matching the winners time, that being Valdenburg (6g Jeanbat du Vivier-Niella Clairchamp-Tarass Boulba) for Mathieu Abrivard. Denmark’s Armando Kievitshof (8g Ganymede-Continental Lobell-Spotlite Lobell) was third for Philippe Masschaele. Torre Crepin, a noted speedster for short distances, had not won since 2013, also at Solvalla. The mile course suits this talented trotter that has trouble competing over longer 2200 meter distances and up in home country France. That said this veteran campaigner has earned over five million Swedish krona. The Tommy Hannes  Trot (Gr. II International, 1609 meters autostart, 500,000SEK to the winner) went to an impressive Al Dente (4m Scarlet Knight-Mollie’s Photo-SJ’s Photo) with Orjan Kihlstrom up for trainer Conrad Lugauer. He scored in 1.10.6kr for owner Stall Sting to record his 17th victory in 26 starts. The winners’ 2015 slate is 3-1-0 in five outings. Bjorn Goop piloted very fast closing Sylvester America (4m Varenne-Armbro Voice-Garland Lobell) to a second place finish after an early break. Jerry Riordan trains this one for Lisa Riordan and Sylvester America was bred by the late Lou Guida’s Guida Italia Srl. Third went to M.T. James (4m Quite Easy-Peace Treaty-Muscles Yankee) for Ake Lindblom. The Hertz-Biireda Haken Wallner Memorial, a classic event  (three year-olds)  on Elitloppet day, had 10 starters going 1609 meters autostart for 300,000SEK to the winner. Sucre (3m Jacose-Sugar No Cream-Starchip Entrprise) took the prize for teamster Christoffer Eriksson and conditioner/owner Tomas Malmqvist. Timed in 1.11.9kr she paid €5.22 to win. Second was Camelot Sisu (3m Even Better Odds-Warrawee Karri-Dream Of Glory) for Erik Adielsson, trainer Petri Salmela and owner/breeder Sisyfos Racing. Jerry Riordan’s Tango Negro (3m Infinitif-Lisetta Real-Lemon Dra) was third for Bjorn Goop and was blocked on the pegs throughout the stretch. The equally prestigious Rune Stolts (250,000SEK first money, 1609 meters autostart, four year-old mares, 10 starters) resulted in an easy 1.10.7kr victory for Billie de Montfort (4f Jasmin de Flore-Quismy de Montfort-And Arifant) handled by Eric Raffin for trainer Sebastian Guarato. She was an eight length winner today, her 13th victory in 24 career starts. Demanding Sam (4f Donato Hanover-Whitesand Samantha-Credit Winner) was second for Daniel Reden and owner Stall Zet. Norway’s Nelson Nora (4f Muscles Yankee-Lindys Holiday-Dream Vacation) ended third for reinsman Kihlstrom. The BRP Sweden AB (1609 meters autostart, 75,000SEK to winner) was won by Red Team Rex (5m Cantab Hall-Calamity Rex-Pine Chip) in 1.12kr for Orjan Kihlstrom. Bo Westegard trains the winner that nosed out rival Osceola (6m Conway Hall-Prestige November-General November) handled by Tom Erik Solberg with the Tony Wallin steered Carpenter On Tor ending third. Three year-old fillies contested the Telge Energi’s (1609 meters autostart, `150,000SEK first money, 10 starters) with Tough Cookie (3f Yankee Glide-Kemp’s Emilie-Enjoy Lavec) the 1.13.7kr winner for driver Jorma Kontio. Timo Nurmos trains the winner and breeder was Menhammer Stuteri AB. Finland’s Artic Helen was second for Pekka Korpi ahead of Arctic Madonna with Mika Forss up, this one also from Finland. The Solvalla diversified card also included the Kat I Weblink Trot (2610 meters, volt start, 150,000SEK first money) and the 1.13.4kr winner was the Conrad Lugauer trainee For Pleasure As (6m Abano As-Frill AAS, Pine Chip-Doreen As-Diamond Way) for teamster Johnny Takter and owner Mario Huber et.al. As the pedigree might indicate, the breeder was the legendary Olympic star and exceptional standardbred breeder Alwin Schockemohle. Comte du Pommeau (6g Marquis du Pommeau-Heike Iron-Sugarcane Hanover) was next for trainer/driver Peter G. Norman. The late Lars Palm bred this one. Third went to Carelin (5m Super Arnie-Carte Blanche-Kosar) for trainer/driver Robert Bergh. Another quick performance on the Solvalla racecourse this day was a 1.10.5kr score by Dante Boko (5g Going Kronos-Margherita Rosa-Abo Volo) for Adrian Kolgjini in the Sanda FM Trot (1609 meters autostart, 100,000SEK to the winner, 12 starters). Lutfi Kolgjini trains Dante Boko. Remember My Name (8m Rotation-Pinespun-Pine Chip) was second for Sandra Eriksson and trainer Hakan K. Persson. Italy’s Paramount (6m Angus Hall-Image-Coktail Jet) was third for Oskar J. Andersson. Etienne Dubois was the breeder of Paramount, trained by Carl-Otto Goransson. The card began early morning with the International Drivers Match (1609 meters autostart, €75,000SEK to winner) featuring 12 outstanding current and legendary pilots. Bjorn Goop captured the crown driving his trainee Antonio AM (5g Orlando Vici-Genua-Super Arnie) clocked in 1.13.3kr. Jeppe Juel was second aboard Prince Cobol, with third to Dave Palone teaming Blue Star Celebrity. Eric Raffin, Jimmy Takter and Orjan Kihlstrom were next to the line. The outstanding beaten drivers included Heinz Wewering and Olle Goop and others. During the early portion of the card fans were able to greet and say thanks for great performances to Maharajah, now retired and in the stallion ranks. Orjan Kihlstrom and trainer Stefan Hultman paraded their champion. Although never in the Elitloppet, Maharajah won 31 times for 23.5SEK million earned. He captured the 2014 Prix d’Amerique. His shoes will be on display as Solvalla and stud duty occurs at Menhammer Stuteri owned by Margareta Wallenius-Kleberg. For extreme racing enthusiasts the Sisyfos Speed race (140 meters autostart, €50,000SEK to winner, nine starters) met expectations. There were three elimination heats (horses 1-3 in heat one, 4-6 in heat two and 7-9 in heat three). The two fastest winners then battled in the final. Dragon Tooma (8g Tom Ridge-Falnos Gaiety-Mack Lobell) won it for Jennifer Tillman, nosing out Italy’s  Next To None SIB with Bjorn Goop up. Let’s not forget the 2015 Jim Fricks Trot for Coldbloods (1609 meters autostart, 300,000SEK first prize) that was quite a victory for the Tor Wolleback driven Lannem Silje (5f Asajerven-Lannem Sjure-Elding) as she recorded a fast 1.18.8kr win (2:06.79 mile rate). He career slate is now 35-1-1 in 37 starts and in 2015 she is 7-0-1 in eight outings. Manprinsen A.M. was second for Gunnar Melander (this one has 37 wins in 61 career starts) with third to Tekno Odin (now 44 wins in 57 starts). Quite a race by a talented group of superstar coldbloods, bringing back memories of Jarvsofaks (1.17.9kr was his world record clocking). Quite a card on the special 2015 Elitloppet Day at Solvalla. Special indeed it was!!! Thomas H. Hicks

Caen’s harness racing feature today was the Prix de Saint-Martin (monte, €38,000 purse, 2450 meters, 13 starters) and jockey Eric Raffin rode Tamerlan(8g Capriccio-Hematite) to a 1.14kr victory, his seventh in 66 career starts. The 6/1 winner is owned by Ecurie Danover and trained by St. Provoost. Salieri (9g Hermes des Pericard-Lysanxia) was second for David Thomain at 4/1 with third to 12/1 Ulpia des Jipes (7f Mon Bellouet-Obiga des Jipes) for trainer/jockey Franck Nivard. At Solvalla, their Elitloppet weekend began with a series of ASVT Trottex Auktionsloop events each with a winner’s reward of 110,000SEK. The three year-old females battled over 2140 meters autostart and Bjorn Goop teamed Tunika (3f Zola Boko-Verona du Ling-Super Arnie) to an easy 1.14.3kr victory. Tomas Malmqvist trains for owner Stall Tumble Boys-Easy and Tunika was bred by Menhammer Stuteri AB. The winner is 5-2-1 in nine career starts. Magnesia (3f Magnetic Power-Mertensia-Super Arnie) with Oskar J. Andersson up was second for trainer Jorgen Westholm. Second dam is by Speedy Spin. Orjan Kihlstrom teamed Teeter Totter (3f Jaded-Marelle-VikingKronos) home third. This one was also a Menhammer Stuteri AB bred. The three-year old males also fought over 2140 meters autostart for 110,000SEK first money with Poet Broline (3m Quite Easy-Candelia-Armbro Goal) victorious for trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner clocked in 1.14.1kr by open lengths. Broline International AB bred the winner that is owned by Sven-Goran Sjostrom. Another colt division (same distance and purse) went to Bjorn Goop reined Pacific Broline clocked in 1.14.3kr. Goop is also trainer of the Franck Leblanc owned, Broline International AB bred winner, now 4-1-0 in six starts lifetime, all in 2015. Another filly division (same distance, purse) went to Facile Boko (3f Virgill Boko-Zacile Boko-Muscles Yankee) with Erik Adielsson up timed in 1.14.1kr. She was an easy winner for owner Easy KB and trainer Svante Bath. Boko Stables Holland BV bred this one, now 5-5-1 in 13 career appearances. Also on the Solvalla card was the Gotlandssnus for mares (2140 meters autostart, 50,000SEK first money) and Ulf Ohlsson teamed Faith Hill (4f Muscle Hill-A Girl Named Sugar-Pine Chip) to a close there horse finish timed in 1.14.8kr. Stefan Melander trains the winner for his Stall TZ. Lebanon, Kentucky’s Jim Avritt bred Faith Hill. The mares also contested the E-trafik (1640 meters autostart, 60,000SEK first money) and Orjan Kihlstrom piloted Denmark’s Speed Hill (6f Goetmals Wood-Funny Hall-Mr. Vic) to a 1.11.6kr win. Roger Walmann trains the winner for Stuteri Sun Hill, also breeder. Speed Hill is 10-3-4 in 28 career starts. Thomas H. Hicks

The Turf Trophy trotting action continued this weekend in France with three races at Royan La Palmyre and three at La Gacilly. Royan La Palmyre carded three races, one each for apprentice, amateur and the professional drivers, for excellent purses on the grass courses. The Royan venue is one of 14 stops (this the ninth) on the Trophee Vert circuit with five more to follow. The equine participants must be five to ten years old and non-winners of €550,000. The circuits purses to be allocated total €665,000, with €67,000 this day on the three races. The Royan featured Grand Prix M.M.A. Royan (3075 meters, €45,000 purse) saw Matthew Abrivardwin with Tiburce de Brion, to defeat Souveraine D’aimte and teamster Eric Audebert.  Eighteen starters contested this ninth stage of the Trophée Vert at  Royan-Palmyra and they provided a great show.Tiburce de Brion (1 - Matthew Abrivard) was the first to take the lead and then settled in the pocket, ultimately trapped in the second half of the pack. Thereafter, Rionero (11 - Alain Laurent) led beforerelinquishing to make way for, among others, Trophy Jaba (13 - Jean-Michel Bazire) installed as the favorite. The latter weakened and alongside ranged Sablon Cesny (2 - Loïc Desire Abrivard). Behind them, assaults were launched, starting with Sovereign d’Aimte (9 - Eric Audebert).  Tiburce de Brion finally escaped traffic and, with Matthew Abrivard, won outright. This seven year-old gelded son of Ganymede is a lion on the grass, having been eight times in the top four on that surface.  He earnedfifteen points as the winner of this leg, and provided driver/trainer Abrivard a double after he won the third race on the card. Wagering on the three Royan featured turf trotting events was brisk with €271,630 wagered to win only. July 20, 2014 - Royan La Palmyre, Gran Prix MMA Royan, €45,000, 3075 meters, 18 starters, 1.20.2kr, win pool €111,948 1st Tiburce de Brion (7g Ganymede-Macapu du Vivier-Capriccio), Matthieu Abrivard driver/trainer, 4.6/1, 10th career win for €193,090 2nd Souveraine d’Aimte (8f Chef du Chatelot-En Finale), Eric Audebert, 29.5/1, 25 meter handicap Replay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i896JCQeQrM&list=UU3SoX3-qGjCpEZ6YMEBLNbA Schedule of remaining legs of the turf series is shown below. Separately, La Gacilly carded three turf trots with purses totaling €81,000. Win wagering only on these events totaled €148,345. The featured €36,000 purse Prix Yves Roches-La Gacilly went to Tenor du Moustoir and teamster Arnaud Leduc. The seven year-old gelded son of Kenor du Cosse scored in 1.17.2kr over 2100 meters to defeat 17 rivals. Off at 15.4/1 the winner recorded career victory seven for earnings now at €181,940. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

In Sweden trainer Jerry Riordan has experienced a super week to-date. On June 24 at Jagersro, Riordan trainee Rare Wise As scored in 1.13.8kr over 1640 meters autostart to earn 15,000SEK first prize.  The four-year-old daughter of Varenne-In Wise As- SJ’s Caviar is owned by Lisa Riordan and was steered by Linda Allercrantz. The Riordan team also won with Paolo America in 1.15.3kr to earn 15,000SEK in a 2140 meter turning start contest. Paolo America is a five year-old gelded son of Love You-Armbro Voice-Garland Lobell, owned by Lisa Riordan and reined by Allercrantz to her 11th career victory. On June 26 at Aby the Riordan trained, Allercrantz reined Riordan Kronos scored in 1.15.3kr to earn 10,000SEK in a 2140 meter turning start event. The four-year-old gelded son of Going Kronos-Exclusive Kronos-Self Possessed is owned by Lisa Riordan and secured his first 2014 win in four starts.  Trainer Riordan was also third in the Aby featured Henning Kraffts Minne (100,000SEK to winner) for mares with Rossella Ross (4f Self Possessed-Northern Jewel-Garland Lobell) for owner Francesco Rosselli and driven by Thomas Uhrberg. Captivating As (6f Conway Hall-Cascade As-Mack Lobell) won this event in 1.11.5kr over 1640 meters autostart. Bjorn Goop reined the winner, to her 11th career victory, that defeated Single Sock (4f Conway Hall-Socksy’s Sister-Credit Winner) with Jorgen Sjunnesson aboard in a close finish. This one was developed in the US by Dan Daley Global Midnight and reinsman Christophe Martens won today’s Quinte+ Prix de Plaisance at Enghien. The winner secured her 16th career win for earnings of €274,621 for trainer Vincent Martens. Global Midnight is a seven year-old mare by Ganymede from Global Business by Victory Dream. Take and Tabby Point trailed the winner across the line. The day’s Quinte+ paid €188,246 for an exact order €2 wager. Jackpot this day was €4.4 million. June 26, 2014 Enghien, Prix de Plaisance, European €56,000, 2150 meters autostart, 16 starters, Quinte+ jackpot €4.4 million, 1.14kr 1st Global Midnight (7f Ganymede-Global Business-Victory Dream), Christophe Martens, 4.4/1 odds, Victor Martens trainer, 16th lifetime win for €274,621 2nd Take (7m Carpe Diem-Koncole), Franck Nivard, 6.8/1 odds, Fabrice Souloy trainer 3rd Tabby Point (7m Coktail Jet-Nobody Else), Sebastien Ernault, 70/1, Ulf Nordin trainer At Vichy the €80,000 purse International Prix Pierre Coulon went to favored Uprince with Eric Raffin aboard. Thierry Raffegaeu trains the winner that is now a career earner of over €377,000 from 11 victories. The winner scored in 1.12.7kr to defeat Italy’s 89/1 outsider Oibambam Effe. June 26, 2014 Vichy, Prix Pierre Coulon, International €80,000, 2150 meters autostart, 15 starters, 1.12.7kr 1st Uprince (6g Prince d’Espace-Malupricia-Capriccio), Eric Raffin, 2.5/1, Thierry Raffegeau trainer, 11th career win  for €377,470 2nd Oibambam Effe (6f Classic Photo-Etna Sec), Salvatore Carro up, 89/1 3rd Sophie du Vif (8f Jenko-Lavalliere de Vif), Aymeric Thomas up, 22/1 by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Napoleon Bar (7m Varenne-Dalmazia-Coktail Jet) took today’s €115,000 Gr. III European Prix de New York at Enghien-Soisy. Pierre Vercruysse teamed the winner, for trainer Catello Savarese and owner Emiliano Stecca, to his 14th career win now with earnings over €757,000. Vercruysse put the 7.7/1 odds Napoleon Bar on the front shortly off the gate, yielded and then immediately regained the lead that he held comfortably for the rest of the contest, conducted over 2150 meters autostart. Uprince was second at 10/1 for Franck Nivard with 24/1 Shadow d’Odyssee third for Eric Raffin. Favored 1.3/1 Pascia’Lest ended seventh for Enrico Bellei after a ground saving trip. He was empty in the stretch. Napoleon Bar now has two wins plus a second and third in his last four appearances. June 14, 2014 Enghien-Soisy, Prix de New York, Gr. III European, €115,000, 2150 meters autostart, 12 starters, 1.12.kr Fractions: 1.12.4kr at 1000, 1.12.4 at 1500 mark, 1.12kr finish (time 2:34.76) 1st Napoleon Bar (7m Varenne-Dalmazia-Coktail Jet), Pierre Vercruysse up for trainer Catello Savarese and owner Emiliano Stecca, his 15th win for earnings of €809,421, 7.7/1 (Italy) 2nd Uprince (6g Prince d’Espace-Malupricia-Capriccio), Franck Nivard up, 10/1 3rd Shadow d’Odyssee (8m Urfist des Pres-Battante d’Odyssee), Eric Raffin up, 24/1 Favorite Pacia’Lest, off at 1.3/1 for Enrico Bellei was seventh after a ground saving journey. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Topflight trotting action took place Friday-Saturday in France at Paris-Vincennes and Enghien including Quinte+ on both programs and graded events for four year-olds (males and females). The Prix Gaston de Wazieres, a Gr. II 120,000e test for four year-old mares over 2100 meters autostart, went to Alesia d'Atout with Mathieu Mottier aboard. This pair prevailed in a close photo over two Dubois-clan rivals, Africaine with Jean-Etienne Dubois up and the Julien Dubois teamed Atlesima. The winner was timed in a solid 1.12.6kr as she recorded her sixth career victory. April 18, 2014, Paris-Vincennes, Prix Gaston de Wazieres, Gr. II females, 120,000e, 2100 meters autostart, 13 starters, 1.12.6kr 1st Alesia d'Atout (4f Defi d'Aunou-New York Jet-Halimede), Mathieu Mottier up for trainer Dominique Mottier and owner J.Y. Lherete, 3.7/1, her sixth win for 321,250e lifetime 2nd Africaine (4f Oiseau de Feux-Italiene), Jean Etienne Dubois driver/trainer, 3.5/1 odds 3rd Atlesima (4f Rocklyn-Noblessima), Julien Dubois up for trainer Philippe Moulin, 2/1 The males four year-oilds contested the 120,000e Gr. II Prix Gaston Brunet and favored Aladin d'Ecajeul took the top prize for reinsman Eric Raffin and trainer Sebastian Guarato. The victory raised his earnings to over 496,000e as he scored in hand to stop the timer in 1.13kr. The son of Quaker Jet looks like he could be an aged contender for future years. April 18, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Gaston Brunet, Gr. II males, 120,000e, 2100 meters autostart, 9 starters, 1.13kr 1st Aladin d'Ecajeul (4m Quaker Jet-Nancy d'Ecajeul-Halimede), Eric Raffin up for trainer Sebastian Guarato, 1.1/1 odds, owner Philippe DeWulf, ninth career win 2nd Africain (4m Oardo-Kamine), Franck Nivard up, 9/1 3rd Adonis du Goutier (4m Coktail Jet-Quintaescencia), Dominik Locqueneux, 43/1 Also on the Friday evening program at Vincennes there was an interesting undercard. The Quinte+ Prix Alethem went to Under Blue, handled by Pierre Vercruysse for trainer Bjorn Goop. The six-year old daughter of Elvis de Rossignol scored in 1.14.5kr over 2850 meters. Favorites dominated the contest causing the 2e exact order payoff (absent jackpot) to be only 2,784e. April 18, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Alethem, 75,000e, 2850 meters distance handicap, 16 starters, 1.14.5kr, Quinte+ jackpot 7.45 million euros 1st Under Blue (6m Elvis de Rossignol-Jangala-Buvetier d'Aunou), Pierre Vercruysse for trainer Bjorn Goop and owner Lars Hallberg, ninth career win for 210,850e lifetime, odds were 2.5/1 2nd Ultra Classique (6m Kiwi-Javana de Moi), Eric Raffin, 6/10 odds 3rd Tina Jolie (7f Jasmin de Flore-Minea des Picanes), Anthony Barrier, 9/1 Lightly raced three year-old fillies contested the Prix Palma with victory to the second time winner Bianca de Lou. The daughter of Ready Cash from Prima de Lou by Coktail Jet was reined by Christophe Martens. Dubois fillies by Password and Goetmals Wood finished second and fourth in the closely fought event. April 18, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Palma, females, 35,000e, 2850 meters, 14 starters, 1.16.9kr 1st Bianca de Lou (3f Ready Cash-Prima de Lou-Coktail Jet), Christophe Martens, 2/1, Vincent Martens trainer for Ecurie Olmenhof, her second win for 30,600e euros lifetime 2nd Belle d'Hommeur (3f Password-Place d'Honneur), Julien Dubois, 66/1 3rd Blue Comet (3f Ni Ho Ped d'Ombree-Komete d'Urzy), P-Y Verva, 56/1 4th Be You Soon (3f Goetmals Wood-See You Soon), Patrick Chevrier, 50/1 Saturday action at Enghien showcased a solid victory by well-regarded Clint W. Boko in the Prix de l'Arginne. The five year-old son of Abano As from Holland scored in 1.12.9kr with fast closing fractions over the 2150 meter distance. Robin Bakker was in town to handle the winner for trainer Paul Hagoort. April 19, 2014 Enghien, Prix de l'Argonne, 2150 meters autostart, 15 starters, 72,000e, 1.12.9 kr Fractions: 1.13.5kr at 1000; 1.13.7kr at 500 1st Clint W. Boko (5m Abano As-Vantz Boko-Garland Lobell), Robin Bakker up for trainer Paul J.P. Hagoort, his ninth win for career earnings of 244,591e, Holland, 4.7/1 2nd Vulcain de Vandel (5m Jag de Bellouet-Ophelia de Vandel), Franck Nivard trainer/driver, 2.5/1 3rd Dream Magic BE (5m Dream Vacation-Dentesca Cla), Josef Franzl trainer/driver, 14/1, Germany Also on Saturday, Alex The Winner posted an impressive score in the Prix de Lons-le-Saunier for male four year-olds. Jean-Etienne Dubois piloted his owned/trained pupil to the fourth career victory for the powerful striding chestnut son of Orlando Vici. April 19, 2014 Enghien, Prix de Lons-le-Saunier, 2150 meters autostart, 13 starters, 46,000e, 1.14.4 1st Alex The Winner (4m Orlando Vici-Likely Jet-Defi d'Aunou), Jean-Etienne Dubois driver/trainer/owner, 9/10 favorite, his fourth win for lifetime earnings of 72,520e 2nd Ambre Atout (4g Coktail Jet-Maya d'Atout), Franck Nivard up, 8/1 3rd Andalou d'Huon (4m Otello Pierji-Nina d'Huon), Michel Lenoir, 33/1 The day's Quinte+ event went to Uprince with Franck Nivard teaming. He defeated a solid veteran field in 1.12.7kr over 2150 meters autostart in the 60,000e Prix de la Porte d'Auteuil. The Barjon owned, Pierre Levesque driven Tornado de l'Ocean was second ahead of Elles W.Phedo with Johanna Lindqvist at the lines. April 19, 2014 Enghien, Prix de la Porte d'Auteuil, 2150 meters autostart, 15 starters, 60,000e, 1.12.7kr, Quinte+ with 7.5 million euro jackpot 1st Uprince (6g Prince d'Espace-Malupricia-Capriccio), Franck Nivard, 2.7/1, his 10th win for career earnings of 312.700 euros 2nd Tornado de l'Ocean (7g Look de Star-Taluina), Pierre Levesque, 3.5/1 3rd Elles W. Phedo (8f Kesaco Phedo-Elles W. Lolita), Johanna Lindqvist, 12/1 by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

While Roxane Griff looks well placed to add the group two Prix Theophile Lallouet at Vincennes on tomorrow, to her wonderful CV, following the traditional path through age group racing to the top of her spot, sometimes it is the path less travelled which also pays off in France. Take Bruno Marie's charge Torre Crepin, a Capriccio gelding, now seven years old, who has taken a journeyman's long route to foot it with the big boys at the Temple du Trot. It is an understatement to say he has taken a long time to reach the top level,and one wonders how he would have fared in any other country where patience is not so fully rewarded . Torre Crepin took no fewer than 64 starts to reach the prizemoney level to get a start in a group two race just six months ago. Indeed he didn't win his first race until his 34th start- which was remarkably his 30th attempt under saddle. Remember they pay down to seventh placing in France, and so fourth place in 100,000 euro events can pay the bills, and some, and Torre Crepin has had four fourth placings and a win in the seven starts since he raced in his first group two in October last year. From a slow start, over the past couple of years he has been a gradual improver and he has now won eight races and as a consistent placegetter as he made his way through the intermediate events at Vincennes has now amassed the not insignificant sum of 470,330 euros. Still Roxane Griff will be a short-priced favourite tomorrow. The Prix du Cornulier winner's last start was a courageous third in the Grand Prix de Paris, the gruelign 4.1km marathon and the third leg of the French triple crown. She had run fourth in the first leg, the Prix d'Amerique. But it has been under saddle that Sebastien Guarato's 9YO daughter of Tenor de Baune, who has earned 2.25 million euros from 17 career victories, has found a new lease of life recently, winning three of her four monte races in the recently completed Winter Meeting including the 700,000 euro world championship (Prix du Cornulier) in late January in the hands of regular rider Eric Raffin. She will face her stiffest opposition from the likes of Mike Lenders grand old campaigner Quarry Bay, who won his last start, the 120,000 euro Prix Henri Desmontils, at the start of the month, defeating Rapide du Digeon, Torre Crepin and Utoky who he meets again here. The 10YO son of Cygnus d'Odyssee is the second favourite on the early tote Former age group star Utoky is also well supported. The winner of both monte group ones for 3 and 4YOs (Prix de Vincennes and Prix du President de la Republic) is trained by Franck Leblanc in the famous light blue colours of Comte Pierre de Montesson, who will be remembered by older US harness racing folk as the owner of Une de Mai. The son of Cygnus d'Odyssee also mixes racing with stud duties at the Lebanc's Haras d'Avireau establishment. Thierry Raffegeau's Rapide du Digeon is also well supported while the next in the market is the Italian bred gelding Nene'Degli Ulivi from the stable of Vincent Lacroix. by David Sanders, for Harnesslink.com

From the shadows of age-group monte stars Upper Cut du Rib, Utoky, Uncaring and Up Market, Love You stallion Ulysse has emerged as the brightest U-generation representative He did not start racing in group races until May of his 5YO year with a win in the Prix Jean Gauvreau (Gr2). Mike Lenders trained stallion pulled off two more group two wins before winning the jewel in the 5YO crown, the Prix de Normandie in October. After another age-group win in the Prix Joseph Lafosse he went on to win the open age group two Prix du Calvados before the son of Love You was seventh in the Prix de Cornullier in his first start at the world championship of saddle racing. His last start was in the crazy group one Prix de Centaures, where he was one of 12 out of the 15 to be disqualified for making a break. Another victim on that day was Vision Intense, who it must be said, has a little history with making a gallop at the most inopportune time but when she doesn't make a mistake she is always in the money, and under saddle it is usually first place pickings Jean Philippe Dubois' wonderful daughter of Prodigious had actually won the same race the previous year and has also won the Prix De Vincennes (Gr1), Prix Leon Tacquet (G2) , Prix De Pardieu (G2), Prix Lavater (G2), Prix Philippe Du Rozier (Gr2), Prix Camille Blaisot (Gr2). Next start the Philippe Moulin trained mare bounced back with an easy win the Prix Paul Bastard (Gr2) to add to that list over the somewhat fortuitous winner of the Prix de Centaures, Valdice de Mars. All three are in this race, but this really boils down to a match race between Ulysse and Vision Intense, if, of course they do not gallop. An interesting runner is Ukerlza du Benjo, who is making her first start at group level for owner-trainer Philippe Rouer at the age of six. She is a daughter of the unheralded Blizzard Pouterie, a minor winner and the sire of just four six figure earners since his first small crops appeared in 1995. This mare, his only registered 2008 foal, is already his second best performer. PRIX LOUIS FORCINAL Vincennes 22/03/14 FR Gr2 monte 2700m 5&6YO 120 000e 1 Vamp Gede (m Capriccio - Feerie Gede) Jy: Damien Bonne Tr: Pascal Blanchouin 2 Ulster Perrine (h Tenor de Baune - Nana Perrine) Jy: Francois Lagadeuc Tr: Jean Michel Baudouin 3 Ukerlza du Benjo (m Blizzard Poterie - Jolie Abbevilloise) Jy: Mathieu Mottier Tr: Philippe Rouer 4 Utopie Cehere (m Ludo de Castelle - Lolita Valiere) Jy: Mathieu Abrivard Tr: Matthieu Abrivard 5 Ursula Speed (m Ludo de Castelle - Johanna Dream) Jy: Eric Raffin Tr: Jean Marie Monclin 6 Ugo de Nieul (h Cygnus d'Odyssee - Harmonie de Nieul) Jy: Romain Derieux Tr: Romain Derieux 7 Valdice de Mars (m Lynx de Bellouet - Tiphanie) Jy: Yoann Lebourgeois Tr: Loic Groussard 8 Ulysse (h Love You - Loctudy) Jy: Thomas Levesque Tr: Mike Lenders 9 Vision Intense (m Prodigious - Intense Action) Jy: Nathalie Henry Tr: Philippe Moulin by David Sanders, for Harnesslink.com

Superb monte racing was presented on the last racing program of the winter meet at Paris-Vincennes. The 120,000e Gr. III International Prix Henri Desmontils went to the popular and consistent 10 year-old mare Quarry Bay with Camille Levesque aboard for breeder/owner Ecurie Pierre Levesque. The daughter of Cygnus d'Odyssee recorded her 18th career win and now has earnings of 1,112,020e. As the 1.3/1 favorite she defeated the Damien Bonne ridden Rapide du Digeon by two lengths timed in 1.12.8kr over the 2850 meter distance. Remarkably, Quarry Bay's last 13 monte starts since November 22, 2012 have produced five wins, six seconds and one third, all but one of these starts being in in graded races. Mike Lenders trains the winner. March 1, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Henri Desmontils, 120,000e Gr. III, monte, International, 2850 meters, 10 starters 1.12.8kr 1st Quarry Bay (10f Cygnus d'Odyssee-Barcarolle-Fakir du Vivier), Camille Levesque for trainer Mike Lenders, owner/breeder Ecurie Pierre Levesque, 1.3/1 favorite, her 18th win 2nd Rapides du Digeon (9g Urfist des Pres-Gerveine Barbes), Damien Bonne, 17/1 3rd Texas de L'iton (7g Cygnus d'Odyssee-Iliade de L'iton), Yohan Lebourgeois, 2.3/1 The Gr. II €120,000 Prix Louis le Bourg over 2850 meters, went to 3.6/1 odds A Nous Deux with Nathalie Henry aboard. She scored in a close battle timed in 1.15.3kr to record her fourth win for 189,250e in lifetime earnings. This four year-old daughter of Goetmals Wood is trained by Ronny Kuiper at Grobois for owned Jean-Pierre Dubois who bred the mare as Ecurie D. Favored Airport (a son of Love You) was second for Eric Raffin at 2/1 for trainer Ake Kristoffersson. March 1, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Louis le Bourg, 120,000e, Gr II monte, 2850 meters, 11 starters 1.15.3kr 1st A Nous Deux (4f Goetmals Wood-Nina Madrik-In Love With You), Nathalie Henry for Ronny Kuiper trainer for J-P Dubois and breeder Ecurie D, 3.6/1, her fourth win 2nd Airport (4m Love You-Pivoine), Eric Raffin for Ake Kristoffersson and Ecurie des Charmes, 2/1 3rd A Priori (4m Capriccio-Loctudy), David Thomain for Jacques Bruneau, 13/1 The monte European 85,000e Prix Alencon went to Ukerlza du Benjo as she covered the 2700 meter distance in a sharp 1.13.4kr to record her 10the win, good for 181,070e in career earnings. The six year-old daughter of Blizzard Poterie is owned and trained by Philippe Rouer and scored by three lengths at 2.1/1 odds for jockey Mathieu Mottier. Volcan d'Occagnes ended second for Yohan Lebourgeois. March 1, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Alencon, 85,000e, 2700 meters, European monte, 13 starters 1.13.4kr 1st Ukerlza du Benjo (6f Blizzard Poterie-Jolie Albevilloise-Ahmes), M. Mottier for Philippe Rouer owner/trainer, 2.1/1. Her 10th career win 2nd Volcan d'Occagnes (5g Quido du Goutier-Hermina Beauces), Yohan Lebourgeois, 4.3/1 3rd Umaga (6f Eclat de la Crau-Nikita Luchoise), Nathalie Henry, 28/1 Win pool only handle on the nine race card exceeded 2..8 million euros. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com    

The 120,000 euro Group II Prix Louis le Bourg over 2850m for 4YOs is the last major monte for the Winter Meeting this Saturday. It is a small but evenly matched race since many of the top monte horses such St Leger des Trotteurs (Gr1) winner Almira Marancourt and runner-up Asana Trembledaise plus Prix d"Essai (Gr1) winner Arca Des Jacquets and runner-up Alexia de Cherisay are absent as are Prix De Vincennes (Gr1) winner Atlessima and Prix Des Elites (Gr1) winner Anastasia Fella who are unavailable due to the Prix de Selection being raced on the same day. Laurent Claude Abrivard's Agrippine was second in the group one Prix De Vincennes in December and was prominent in the Prix de Pardieux until making a gallop on the final turn. The daughter of Hasting with Alexandre Abrivard on board will be right in the mix here. The other two disputing favouritism are Jean-Pierre Dubois' Goetmals Wood filly A Noux Deus, the winner of the group two Prix de Pardieu last start and who will be ridden by Nathalie Henry, and Pierre Coignard's Al Capone Jet, the winner of the Prix Camille De Wazieres , the male equivalent. Both have strong claims in this race, as indicated by the early market in France. Airport was fifth in the group one Prix de Vincennes in December in a very promising first start in a group race. Ake Kristofferssen's son of Love You had a gallop next start but then won his fourth race in just 13 starts in his last start a fortnight ago, and is coming in for some strong support - as is the A Priori, a son of Capriccio , who followed him home in that race. For handicappers looking for an outsider, consider Aston Fly was third in the group one Prix d'Essai but was disqualified in the group one Prix des Centaures. Michael Jean Ruault son of Hermes de Montfort is always among the top five or six in the this age group and in the absence of the aforementioned top Echelon of this generation, could be one to keep onside here. PRIX LOUIS LE BOUR Vincennes 01/03/14 Group II monte 2850m 4YOs €120 000 1 Armio (h Qualmio de Vandel - Nahema) Rd: Philippe Masschaele Tr: Colette Chassagne 2 Astuce du Bas Bosq (m Caballio In Blue - Karlinette) Rd: Damien Bonne Tr: Francois Giard 3 Avireau de Houelle (h Coktail Jet - Irina de la Frette) Rd: Pierre Edo(uard Mary Tr: Franck Leblanc 4 A Priori (h Capriccio - Loctudy) Rd: David Thomain Tr: Jacques Bruneau 5 Airport (h Love You - Pivoine) Rd: Eric Raffin Tr: Ã…ke Kristoffersson 6 Anna Mix (m Ludo de Castelle - Ires) Rd: Franck Nivard Tr: Franck Leblanc 7 Antara Buissonay (m Le Retour - Judelle Buissonay) Rd: Yoann Lebourgeois Tr: Joel Van Eeckhaute 8 Agrippine (m Hasting - Moqueuse) Rd: Alexandre Abrivard Tr: Laurent Claude Abrivard 9 Aston Fly (h Hermes de Montfort - Quie Daidou) Rd: Jonathan Carre Tr: Michael Jean 10 A Nous Deux (m Goetmals Wood - Nina Madrik) Rd: Nathalie Henry Tr: Ronny Kuiper 11 Al Capone Jet (h Jag de Bellouet - Passion de Morgane) Dr: Matthieu Abrivard Tr: Pierre Coignard by David Sanders for Harnesslink.com  

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