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8.8/1 Banquiere (5m Quopeck-Ile d’Emerade) won today’s Prix Elma at Enghien for a purse of €50,000 over 2875 meters. 15 rivals contested the event timed in 1.16.1kr. 2.3/1 Bilfie de Guez (5f Vivaldi de Chenu-Quefie) was second for trainer/driver J-M Bazire ahead of 10/1 Betsy du Quenne (5f Quaker Jet-Mon Egerie) for David Thomain. The Prix de Montsalvy (purse €38,000, 2875 meters, 12 starters) went to 87.2/1 Douce Ligneries (3f Love You-Ouragane) timed in 1.18.2kr for trainer/driver Bruno Marfigliano. 2.5/1 Difa Girl (3f Love You-Rifa Rainbow) was second for J-Ph Monclin, trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Mme. G, Poulsen-Allaire. 17/1 Daliemosa (3f Kaiser Soze-Jaldemosa) ended third for David Thomain. Also at Enghien the €37.000 Prix de l’Authie over 2150 meters autostart drew 13 starters and the 1.1.1kr winner was 2.7/1 City Sees (4f Sam Bourbon-Dolly du Buisson) over 6.4/1 Comete (4f Niky-l’Aventuriere) for Mathieu Abrivard. Third was 5.3/1 Chimere du Goutier (4f Kaisy Dream-Queen Bourbon) for Cl. Duvaldestin and Ecurie Saint Martin. At La Croise Laroche the Prix de Beaupreau (purse €18,000, 2700 meters autostart, 16 starters) went to 1.4/1 favorite Crossroads (4m Quaker Jet-Modesty) timed in 1.17.3kr for trainer/driver Thierry Duvaldestin and Ecurie Bresil. 45/1 Claudius Servinois was second with 15/1 Caravaggio (4m Quaker Jet-Nicotera) third for Julien Raffestin and Ecurie Mexique Ranch. The Prix de Verdun at La Croise Laroche went for €30,000 over 2700 meters autostart. 16 rivals battled with the 1.14kr win to 3.9/1 Apollpn de Kacy (m Prince Gede-Nefertiti Kyles) with owner/trainer/driver Jorgen Westholm aboard. 4.8/1 Tiennov and 1.4/1 Vivaldi chased the winner to the line. At Mariendorf Berlin the Prix Berthe Morisot (purse €5,000, 1900 meters autostart, 10 starters) went to the 1.16.9kr winner 28.6/1 Amigo Kievitshof (9g Jag de Bellouet-Armbro Pagan) for owner/trainer/driver Andre Schiller. 28.8/1 Dolomit R was second for Norbert Bierman ahead of 7/10 favorite Fiobana driven by Thorsten Tietz. Friday evening’s top race was the Gr. III Prix de Joinville le Pont (purse €80,000, 2925 meters, 14 starters) at Cagnes-sur-mer. The 3/1 favorite Ugo du Nieul (8m Cygnus d’Odyssee-Harmoinie de Nieul) scored in 1.13.1kr for Romain Derieux, trainer/driver foir D.J. Rousseau, the owner. 11/1 Vicomte Boufarcaux (7m Oh James-Olympe du Boufard) was second for Gabriele Gelormini ahead of 15/1 Truman Dairpet (9g Biesolo-Heloise Poterie) for trainer/driver Nicolas Ensch. Favored 1.7/1 Sid finished ninth. Nicolas Ensch was been named to the FR driving team in an upcoming contest against Team America that will kickoff at Yonkers Raceway in March. Also at Cagnes-sur-mer the Prix Radisson Blu Nice (purse €44,000, 2925 meters, 13 starters) went to 1.16.4kr timed winner the 5.5/1 Altea de Piencourt (f Ni Ho Ped d’Ombree-Moonlight Disques) for trainer/driver Junior Guelpa. 2.4/1 Bently de Raconis (5g Repeat Love-Bodomie) was scond for trainer Nicolas Emsch and owner Antonio De Sousa. 7.8/1 Bolide de la Cote (5g Quatre Juillet-Scarlet Pride) was third for trainer/driver Cl-A Mary. Sunday’s Grand Prix de Paris has been moved to race six with off time of 10:20am US eastern time. The sports world will be watching Bold Eagle in his quest for the FR Triple Crown. Thomas H. Hicks

Pietro Gubellini teamed his trainee Tentation Ans (4m Muscles Yankee-Coronation Ans) to victory in today’s Prix du Trophee des Plages at Vincennes. This Quinte+ event was raced over 2700 meters by 15 European starters for a €44,000 purse. This recent wnner in Belgium scored in 1.14.7kr as favorite  at odds of 9/10. Scuderia Phenomena SRL owns the winner. 17/1 Caline was second for owner/trainer/driver Mathieu Abrovard with 42/1 Clairette de Beaum third with J-M Bazire driving. Philippe Allaire had another winner when his trainee Down To The River (3f Thorens Vedaquais-Tornade de Neury) won the monte Prix de Jullouville-les-Pins (purse €33,000, 2700 meters, 12 starters) for owner Mme. G. Poulsen-Allaire and jockey Yoann Lebourgeois. The winner is  by a US$729,000 winning son of Cygnus d’Odyssee won easily at 2.7/1 odds over favored 9/10 odds Dynastar (3f Coktail Jet-Ode du Chatelet) for David Thomain and trainer Thierry Duvaldestin. Time was 1.20.2kr. Also on the card was the €48,000 Prix des Fed.Quest Et Basse Normandie over 2700 meters. 12 European eligibles battled with 3.7/1 Donttellmeanymore (7g Andover Andover-Possessive Lilly) winning in 1.14kr for Franck Nivard. Fabrice Souloy trains the winner for Wallen Invest. Vivaldi (by Love You) was second for Mathieu Abrivard with Veloute (by Offshore Dream) third for Yoann Lebourgeois. The Prix de Plestin-les-Greves (purse €54,000, 2100 meters autostart, nine starters) resulted in a solid 1.13kr victory by 1.3/1 favorite Brisbane du Bourg (5m Jasmin de Flore-Nistelles d’Aveze) with Eric Raffin up. Sebastien Guarato owns and trains the winner. Brune des Forges (5f Rolling d’Heripre) was second for david Thoman at 27/1 with third to 9/1 Belle Etoile Bleue (5f Ready Cash) and trainer/driver Sebastian Ernault. Bahamas (5m Goetmals Wood-Pin Up de la Loge) took the monte Prix de Plouescat (purse €50,000, 2700 meters, 17 starters) timed in 1.14.1kr at 16.1/1 odds for Alexandre Abrivard. Berlioz de Ginai was second for Eric Raffin and Boyonnaz de l’Inam landed third for Clement Frecelle. Thomas H. Hicks

January 10, 2015 - The Gr. II Prix du Calvados/Prix Beachcomber Hotels le Mauricia (purse €150,000, 2850 meters, monte, 13 starters) went to the game 9/1 Texas de L’Iton (9g Cygnus d’Odyssee-Iliada de l’Iton) reined by jockey Franck Nivard for trainer Hughes Levesque and Ecurie de L’Iton. He scored in 1.13.8kr over the rain soaked cinders, the second straight victory that increased career earnings to €747,570. Fractions were modest (1.14kr at 1500 meters to go; 1.13.7kr at 1000; 1.13.9kr at 500). Ukerlza du Benjo (8f Blizzard Poterie-Jolie Abbevilloise) was a rallying second at 19/1 for Mathieu Mottier with Americaine (6f Chef du Chatelet-Marine Raudiere) third for Antoine Wiels and trainer J-P Marmion at 8.6/1 odds. Veloce du Banney and Tess de Villeneuve ended fourth and fifth. Athos des Elfes and Vivier de L’Oison were disqualified for miscues. Well regarded Ustinof du Vivier and Olmo Holz contested the lead early and for much of the event before both faded badly. Anna Mix showed nothing and was unplaced. Vagabondu Mag and Torre Crepin were in a dead-heat for sixth. The Gr. II Prix de Tonnac-Villeneuve/Prix Beachcomber Hotels Dinarobin (purse €120,000, 2175 meters, eight entrants with one scratch – Coquin Bebe went to Cahal des Rioults (4m Password-Plesse des Rioults) timed in 1.13.5kr for teamster J-Ph Monclin, trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Olivier Henri Thomas. The winner was off at 20/1 odds. J-M Bazire’s Coquin Bebe was scratched and 2/1 favorite Cobra Bleu was disqualified for a late stretch miscue as he was trying to rally against the two leaders. Finishing second was 4.2/1 Cavalleria (4f Prodigious-Janga) for Eric Raffin, trainer Sebastien Guarato and Ecurie Castagniccia. Third went to 52/1 outsider Coup de Poker (4m Coktail Jet-Tacticienne) for owner/trainer/driver Christophe Gallier. Call Me Keeper (6m Pine Chip-Eliza Keeper) led all the way to secure the Prix de ic-sur-Cere/Prix Beachcomber Trou Aux Biches (purse €66,000, 2700 meters,  15 starters), the Q+ race of the day (jackpot €3.15 million) , for driver Bjorn Goop, trainer Daniel Reden and Stall Zet of Sweden. The winner, off at 1.6/1 odds, was timed in 1.13.3kr off modest fractions (1.14.6kr at 1500 to go; 1.13.7kr at 1000; 1.13.7kr at 500). 11/1 Avenir de Blay (6g Hooper-Mirabelle de Blay) landed second for Tony Le Beller, also owner and trainer. Third was A Nice Boy (6g Niky-Pretty Perle) for David Thomain, trainer J-P Thomain and Ecurie du Haras d’Erable at 7.3/1 odds. Italy’s Radieux (6g Love You-Dordogne) was fourth for Mathieu Abrivard (trainer Kutfi Kolgjini) at 17/1 with fifth to 28/1 Alix Julry (6m Cygnus d’Odyssee-Malika Julty) and driver/trainer Jean-Paul Gauvin. The top five to the line raced without shoes. Veteran class-masters met in the €88,000 purse Prix de Lille/Prix Beachcomber Hotels Paradis over 2100 meters autostart with 10 entrants. Swedish invader Your Highness (7f Chocolatier-La Belle Lady) secured victory at 3/5 odds for Franck Nivard, trainer Fabrice Souloy and P.V. Racing Stable HB. The win was her second straight at Vincennes and third in the last four outings. Her earnings are now €409,534 for this impressive 1.12.7kr timed score of honest fractions (1.08.4kr at 1500; 1.11kr at 1000; 1.13.2kr at 500). 2.2/1 odds Val Royal (7m Capriccio-Quarda du Rib) was second for trainer/driver J-M Bazire ans Ecurie des Charmes with third to 32/1 Ultimate du Rib (8g Dahir de Prelong-Kara Pellois) for J.Cl. Dersoir, Ecurie Rib and trainer Joel Hallais. 29/1 Nonant le Pin (9f Goetmals Wood-Blazing Janice) rallied late to nail fourth for Eric Raffin, Mlle. Stephanie-Catherine Lepetit and Scuderia le Pradine after getting away last from post nine and trailing the field until late. Nuage en Ciel (9m Daguet Rapide-Pretty Perle) followed cover and rallied for fifth driven by Roberto Andreghetti, trainer Souloy and Ecurie Fast Horse SRL of Italy. Dream Magic BE and Anette du Mirel finished sixth and seventh. Thomas H. Hicks

December 26, 2015 - Today’s fabulous Vincennes harness racing program in Paris included the Gr. II Prix Une de Mai (purse €120,000, 2175 meters, 13 two year-old female starters) and 44.5/1 odds Don’t Explain (2f Prodigious-Quarmen du Gite) rallied for victory driven by Mathieu Abrivard, and trainer/owner Philippe Allaire. 6.2/1 Deesse de Gueron (2f Melchior Jet-Olivia) landed second for owner/trainer/driver Franck Anne ahead of 2.6/1 favorite Demonia Roma (2f Password-Rome To Paris) trained by Allaire and reined by J-Ph Monclin. 53/1 Diana du Chatelet (2f Real de Lou-Tirade du Chatelet) was fourth for Aymeric Thomas, also trainer, with 7.5/1 Dista Love (2f Royal Dream-Usita Love) fifth for owner/driver Jean-Pierre Dubois and trained Yves Boireau. Dista Love battled alongside Demonia Roma for quite a distance and both held gamely albeit it probably cost them a higher placing. The Gr. II International Prix Jules Lemmonier (purse €120,000, 2175 meters) went to peg-side rallying, 8.3/1 odds, Texas d’Liton (8g Cygnus d’Odyssee-Iliada de l’Liton) for jockey Mathieu Mottier, trainer Hughes Levesque and Ecurie de l’Iton. 3.8/1 Roxane Griff (10f Tenor de Baune-Julia Mesloise) was a game second after setting the pace for Eric Raffin, Ecurie Griff and trainer Sebastien Guarato. Favorite 1.3/1 Moving On (6f Quite Easy-Kings Blondie) was a no-excuses third for Franck Nivard, Ecurie I.C. Equine AB and trainer Fabrice Souloy. 42.7/1 Vagabondu Mad (6g Ozio Royal-Perle du Ravary) landed the fourth spot. Aladin d’Ecajeul and Torre Crepin were disqualified. Roi du Lupin ended sixth after racing evenly with cover on the outer. Fractions were quick ans steady (1.09.4kr at 1500; 1.10.8kr at 1000; 1.12.2kr at 500; 1.11.9kr finish, a mile rate of 1:55.69 over the 1.35 mile distance on the grande piste). The race signified the FR career end for Roxane Griff and Roi du Lupin that have excited trotting fans with their great performances for many years. Roxane ends her career with earnings of €3.1 million, 21 victories of which four were Gr. I classics. Roi du Lupin concluded his career with earnings of €2.1 million, 32 wins of which one was a Gr. I test. They will be missed and both were quite competitive at the highest levels to their career end. Badius de Tilou (4m Pagalor-Quetty Turgot) took today’s Quinte+ (jackpot €4.85 million) Prix de Luynes (2700 meters, 18 starters, purse €58,000) in a close photo verdict for P-Y Verva at 7.5/1. The Izaac trainee is owned by Ecurie Eric Lemaitre. 8.1/1 Be Bop Haufor (4g Notre Haufor-Ica Haufor) was second for owner/trainer/driver Christian Bigeon and third was 6.6/1 Bob (4m Overtrick-Fee du Houx) for Eric Raffin, just beaten a neck. The winners’ time was 1.14.1kr off even fractions (1.14.5kr at the 1500; 1.14.3kr at 1000; 1.14.6kr at the 500 to go post). The exact order Quinte+ payoff, without jackpot, exceeded €21,000 for a €2 wager. The €88,000 Prix Strasbourg drew a field of 13 to this 2700 meter test. 3.2/1 Shadow d’Odyssee (9m Urfist des Pres-Battante d’Odyssee) answered with a 1.15kr victory for driver Eric Raffin, Ecurie Percheronne and trainer Pierre Belloche. Second was 3.9/1 Teatro (8m Ganymede-Josette) handled by owner/trainer Christian Bigeon ahead of 23/1 Topaze Jef (8f Islero de Bellouet-Katie Gourdonnaise) and reinsman Francois Lagadeuc and trainer J-M Baudouin. Favored 2.9/1 Truman Dairpet was disqualified. Thomas H. Hicks  

December 24, 2015 - 18/1 Una Fix (7f Kiwi-J’Y Pense-Jet du Vivier) in rein to driver/trainer Franck Ouvrie for owner Mme. Odile Cordier took today’s Quinte+ (jackpot €4.75 million) at Vincennes, timed in 1.14.2kr over the 2700 meter grande piste. Contested by 18 European starters for a €58,000 purse this Prix d’Amboise winner (scoring her third straight victory) prevailed in rated fractions (1.13.7kr at 1500 meters to go; 1.13.9kr at 1000; 1.14.8kr at 500). 1.3/1 favorite Vacate Money (6f Prodigious-Making Money) was a rallying second for Jean-Philippe Dubois, trainer Philippe Moulin and Ecurie Victoria Dreams. 11.6/1 Venise Girl (6f Oxford du Rib-Matanza’s Girl) was third for driver/trainer/owner Yves Dreux ahead of 14.4/1 Fortuna Sund (6f Angus Hall-Nanny As) teamed by Dominik Locqueneux for trainer Peter G. Norman and owner Peter Eriksson. The Prix de Compiegne (purse €64,000, 2700 meters, 11 European contestants) went to the 1.14.3kr timed, 2.8/1 odds Anry de l’éclair (5g Hulk des Champs-Judicieuse Sun) driven by Tony Le Beller for Ecurie Éclair and trainer Nicolas Catherine. The fractions were soft at the end (1.12.1kr at 1500 to go; 1.13.3kr at 1000, 1.15kr at 500). 96/1 outsider Aralo Montaval (5m Qualypso Jiel-Ovalie Montaval) was second for Vincent Seguin and trainer Fabrice Lercier, with 22.6/1 Ryan Kronos (5g Varenne-Lollypopwise) home third for Franck Ouvrie, trainer Peter G. Norman and Ecurie Loaded Boys. Jean-Philippe Dubois was in the winners enclosure in the €46,000 purse Prix de Sable sur Sarthe (2100 meters autostart, 14 starters) with his 1.12.4kr timed, 4.6/1 odds Bel Auteur (4m Password-Possession-Gros Grain) that Philippe Moulin trains and Ecurie Victoria Dreams owns. The winner held gamely to defeat 63.3/1 longshot Bel Air (4g Ganymede-Kaldeira) handled by P-Y Verva for trainer/owner Franck Boismartel. 5.4/1 Bocognano (4m Coktail Jet-Qualarossa) was third for Franck Nivard, trainer Jorgen Westholm and Ecurie Nolimit HB. Fractions were quick in this contest (1.07.5kr at 1500; 1.10.7kr at 1000; 1.12.3kr at 500). Jean-Philippe Dubois was back for another win in the Prix de Gencay (purse €36,000, 2700 meters, 15 starters) scoring in 1.16.9kr with 5/1 Crazy Charm (3m Prodigious-Know How-Blue Dream), this one also Philippe Moulin trained and Ecurie Victoria Dreams owned. 54/1 Chuck Calendes (3m Quai Bourbon-Oka de Calendes) landed second for owner/trainer/driver Ch. Dreux, ahead of 27/1 Calimero (3m Nectar-Kosmaye) with David Thomain up for Emmanuel Ruault, trainer for Ecurie Comte P. de Montesson. Two year-olds contested the €35,000 Prix des Iris (2200 meters, 13 male starters) with 3.4/1 Dijon (2m Ganymede-Sonate d’Aunou-Coktail Jet-Klassik Aunou) scoring in 1.17.4kr for Romain Derieux, trainer for Antonio De Sousa. Klassik Aunou is also dam of US$244,000 winner Transamerica by Offshore Dream. 16/1 Diplomatic Deal (2m Password-Nymphe Jet) landed second for Frederic Senet, trainer Mme. Michele Stihl and owner H.G. Stihl. Third went to 37/1 Don Vito Gap (2m Power Jet-Quiberonnaise) for Sebastien Hardy and trainer Patrick Guarnieri. At Cagnes-Sur-Mer the Grand Prix de Noel (purse €60,000, 2150 meters, Gr. III with 13 starters) went to 16/1 Soumoulou (9g First de Retz-Nouvelle Perle) for owner/trainer/teamster Anthony Laigron. The 1.12.8kr winner scored his 19th victory in 122 outings and increased his career earnings to 611,000. 61/1 Vicomte Boufarcaux (6m Oh James-Olympe du Bouford) landed second for Loris Garcia with 7/2 Un Diamant d’Amour (7g Diamant Gede-Havana de la Motte) third for trainer/driver Ch.A Mary. Veteran Treskool du Caux (8m Kool du Caux-Intervista) was fourth at 25/1 for Yannick A. Briand driving for trainer Fabrice Souloy. The actual race winner at 29/1 was the disqualified Sud and 5/2 favorite Ricimer was also a dq. At Mons Ghlin (Belgium) the Grand Prix de Noel Belgique (purse €8,400, 2850 meters, 8 International starters) went to fast closing 2.1/1 Ru De l’Airou (10g Cygnus d’Odyssee-Cour d’Intheville) driven in the 1.14.5kr photo score by Nico d’Haenen for trainer Jean-Marc Chaineux and owner Sven Hoste. 4/5 favorite Univers de Pan (7m Kenya du Pont-Gypsilore-Pan de la Vaudere) was a close second for trainer/driver Philippe Daugeard, in his continued effort to regain top form, with 12/1 Vic Felin (6g Lejacque d’Houlbec-Krisma des Bois) third for trainer/driver Kristof Depuydt. Also at Mons the Grand Criterium for Belgian Three Year-Olds (purse €10,800, 2300 meters autostart, 12 starters) was held and the 19.5/1 odds winner was Cooper Peron (3g Magnificent Rodney-Mistimee) for driver Erik Van Capellen and trainer Luc X.M. Verpoorten. The 1.16kr winner defeated 1.3/1 favorite Indo Loco (3g Pittman-Volita Wynendale-Super Darby) for Gunther Loix and trainer/owner Hedwig Sleaurs. 2.7/1 Inlove Vrijthout (3g Love You-Penny Jet) was a close third for Nico d’Haenen and owner/trainer Rudy Smets. Yesterday at Bergsaker veteran classmaster Nahar (10g Love You-Mahonny Broline-Joie de Vie), former Elitloppet winner, took the Gosta Bergengrens Minne (150,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart) at 2.8/1 odds for trainer/driver Robert Bergh. 2.1/1 Cool Keeper (5m Broadway Hall-Missys Go Go-Yankee Glide) landed second for trainer/driver Leif Witasp with 7/1 Labero Broline (7m Pine Chip-Armbro Natural-Speedy Crown) third for Orjan Kihlstrom and trainer Svante Bath. Thomas H. Hicks

Julien Dubois teamed Texas Charm (7m Cygnus d’Odyssee-Kamela Charm) to victory in today’s €120,000 Gr. II International UET Master Series Prix du Bourbonnais at Paris-Vincennes.With the triumph, Texas Charm automatically earns a spot in the prestigious Prix d'Amerique in late January. Dubois left alertly to gain the front from then pocketed Solvato (5m Donato Hanover-Solveig) and teamster Orjan Kihlstrom. Texas Charm led throughout setting slow fractions and won without urging from Dubois by three-quarters of a length timed in 1.14.9kr. Uhlan du Val (6m Islero de Bellouet-Indiana Beautiful) rallied late for second driven by Cedric Megissier ahead of Solvato. Kadett CD (7m Scarlet Knight-Kiss Of Life) ended fourth with fifth to Viking de Val (5m Baccarat de Pont-La Forgude Val). Next across the line were Mosaique Face, Severino, Ready Cash and Soleil du Fosse. Ready Cash overcame his 25 meter handicap quickly and raced in the second tier with cover until top of stretch when he quickened before flattening out in the late going, albeit without urging and timed in 1.14.5kr Texas Charm was off as 2.3/1 favorite and he secured career win 15 now for earnings of €1,070,530) for owner Ecurie Victoria Dreams and trainer Philippe Moulin. The rated fractions were 1.17.2kr at 1500; 1.16.4kr at 1000, 1.16kr at 500 before 1.14.9kr finish. Ucapata (6f Otello Pierji-Love Me Cherie) easily scored in tonight’s €54,000 Prix Le Parisien, the Quinte+ featured event on the Vincennes card. F-P Bossuet teamed the winner to the 1.13.2kr victory over 2850 meters for European eligibles (14 in the field). The winner was off at 4.4/1 odds in the defeat of Tirade (7f Memphis du Rib-Galilee du Val) at 25.5/1 for Romain Derieux and 17/1 Photo Princess (9f Super Photo Kosmos-Milady Hornline) with trainer M. Lonborg up. The Q+ jackpot was €4.55 million and was not hit albeit the exact order payoff exceeded €229,000 for a €2 wager. Graded Action at Paris-Vincennes and Bergsaker Today’s Prix de Bourbonnais undercard at Paris-Vincennes was a great one with three graded events and other upper class races. Valse de Reve (6f Mister President-Nouba Houba) started the day with victory in the Prix de Seichen Sur Le Loir for €90,000 that attracted 11 monte contestants going 2175 meters. The winner, reined by Camille Levesque, scored in 1.11.7kr as 1.1/1 favorite over Victoire Smiing (5f Memphis du Rib-Kediva) for Damien Bonne and Vic du Boisnant (5m Gazouillis-Ode du Boisnant) with David Thomain aboard. The Prix d’Hautefort for a €60,000 purse showcased 18 European trotters in this 2100 meter autostart contest. Timed in 1.12kr the victory went to Joker Stursk (7g Rotation-Ariel Stursk) teamed by Orjan Kihlstrom for trainer Torbjorn Jansson. Off at 8/1 the winner scored by a length over Ti Amo de Carly (7g In Love With You-Native de Carly) handled by Arnaud Desmottes with third to Tafaiko Sax (7g Nobilis Jiel-Nafaiku) with Franck Ouvrie driving. The Gr. II Prix Ariste Hemard (€120,000 purse, 2700 meters, 11 starters) went to the Franck Leblanc trained and owned Anna Mix (4f Ludo de Castelle-Ires) driven by Franck Nivard at 5.7/1 odds. The battle for second went to fast closing Altese du Mirel (4f Ready Cash-Ina de Mirel) at 4/1 for trainer/driver Pierre Vercruysse over Africaine (4f Oiseau de Feux-Italienne) with owner/trainer/driver Jean-Etienne Dubois up. The Gr. III Prix Narquois (€95,000 purse, 2700 meters, 10 starters) went to 3.6/1 odds Valko Jenilat (5m Kepler-Perle du Roc) for Glenny Delaume and trainer Sebastien Guarato. The dominant pacesetter scored in 1.15.2kr in a well-rated effort. 19/1 outsider Votka Bleue (5f Jasmin de Flore-Joyeuse) was second for Franck Nivard ahead of 9/10 favorite Vinci de l’Arbaye (5m Otello Pierji-Kyboumette Bloue) with trainer/driver J-M Bazire at the lines. Booster Winner (3m Love You-Quille Viretaute), the 1/2 favorite in the wagering, took the Gr. II Prix Raoul Ballaire (€120,000 purse, 2175 meters, nine starters, monte for three year-olds). Eric Raffin teamed the winner for trainer Sebastien Guarato as he opened a decisive lead and then tired late holding off Beauty Turgot (3f Hand du Vivier-Quouragana) with Franck Nivard in the irons for trainer Fabrice Souloy. Bilibili (3m Niky-Quetty du Donjon) was third for Alexandre Abrivard, trainer L-Cl Abrivard and owner J-P Barjon. Timed in 1.13.5kr the race yielded fast early fractions – 1.07.1kr at 1500; 1.09.7kr at 1000; 1.12.4kr at 500 from which the leader staggered home to victory. V75 Gold at Bergsaker Elsewhere today in Europe, at Bergsaker SWE, the V75 Gold (150,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart), went to Traveling Man (9m Supergill-Kimberly Lobell-Speedy Somolli) with Kenneth Haugstad up for trainer Daniel Reden. The veteran scored his 25 career victory in 84 starts, now for earnings of 2,820,250SEK. The 1.12.5kr winner defeated stablemate Miss Sue V (6f Credit Winner-Sunday Yankee-Muscles Yankee) with Bjorn Goop up. Ariel Boko (7f Lemon Dra-Exciting Kronos-Viking Kronos) was third for Ulf Ohlsson ahead of former Elitloppet winner Nahar and driver Robert Bergh. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Today’s European top trotting action took place at Enghien-Soisy (FR) and Visby (SWE). The Quinte+ (jackpot €5.75 million) was the Prix Meduc with 16 starters battling over 2875 meters for a purse of €65,000. J-M Bazire won it with Italy’s Nuage En Ciel, a seven year-old son of Daguet Rapide trained by Fabrice Souloy. Scuderia Fast Horse SRL of Italy owns the victor. The winning pair scored in 1.14.2kr, his 14th career win for €188,065, over Holland’s Aisa Boko with Robin Bakker aboard. The exact order Quinte payout, excluding jackpot, was €1,064 for a €2 wager. July 23, 2014 Enghien-Soisy, Prix Meduc, €65,000 purse, 16 European starters, 2875 meters, 1.14.2kr 1st Nuage En Ciel (7m Daguet Rapide-Pretty Perle-Extreme Dream), J-M Bazire, 1.5/1 odds, Fabrice Souloy trainer for Fast Horse SRL, Italy 2nd Aida Boko (7f From Above-Staro Almighty), Robin Bakker up, trainer Paul Hagoort for Gerrits Recylcling BV, Holland, 7.2/1 3rd Ton Ami Du Prieur (7g Lynx de Bellouet-Jenny Du Prieur), M. Bezier trainer/owner/driver, 9.3/1 The Enghien feature was the Gr. III Prix de la Chaussee d’Antin for €85,000 over 2875 meters with 11 starters.  Second choice Very Nice Marceaux rallied through the stretch to score for Pierre Vercruysse and trainer Gregory Laurent and owner Jean Brun. The five year-old son of Jag de Bellouet won for the 14th time, now with €429,250 earned. Kalle was second for Anthony Barrier and the Stig H. Johansson trained Indigious ended third with Eric Raffin aboard. July 23, 2014, Enghien Soisy, Prix de la Chaussee d’Antin, €85,000 Gr. III, 11 European starters, 2875 meters, 1.15kr 1st Very Nice Marceaux (5m Jag de Bellouet-Jolie Fortuna-And Arifant), Pierre Vercruysse for trainer Gregory Laurent and owner Jean Brun, 2.2/1 2nd Kalle (6g Smok’n Lantern-Burning Desire), Anthony Barrier up for trainer Dagfin Aarum, 25.8/1 3rd Indigious (5m Prodigious-Indication), Eric Raffin, Stig H. Johansson trainer for Harald Kragmann owner, Germany, 1.8/1 Vercruysse returned to win the €41,000 Prix de L’Esplanade over 2875 meters in 1.16.2kr with Ask For You. The four year-old daughter of Love You went off as favorite for trainer Marcus Lindgren and owner Stall Courant AB, also an active owner in the US. Apple Road was second for Tony Le Beller. July 23, 2014, Enghien-Soisy, Prix de L’Esplanade, €41,000, 2875 meters, 16 starters, 1.16.2kr 1st Ask For You (4f Love You-Intrigue-Cygnus d’Odyssee), Pierre Vercruysse for trainer Marcus Lindgren and owner Stall Courant AB, 1.9/1 2nd Apple Road (4f Laetenter Diem-Nikita), Tony Le Beller for trainer/owner Claude Ramond, 3.1/1 3rd Aphrodite d’Arbaz (4f Coktail Jet-Mascote d’Arbaz(, Franck Ouvrie for trainer Mme. Marie Christine Cousin, 43.5/1 Today’s top race in Sweden was at Vichy on the V86 card. The Gotlandslopningen for 125,000SEK to the winner was won by Deuxieme Picsous over 2140 meters autostart and seven rivals in 1.12.8kr. The seven year-old son of In Love With You-Carmela Stromline-Delvin Kosmos scored by a length for Torbjorn Jansson driving for trainer and co-owner Johan Lejon with Marie Stenberg. The veteran campaigner, a previous winner of this race, now has earnings in excess of 5.4SEK million. The Lindy Lane son David Sisu was second with Photo Sea, by SJ’s Photo, home third. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Hippodrome Enghien-Soisy today featured the Gr. II International UET Masters Series Prix de Washington, a one-mile autostart test for a purse of €120,000. Ten horses battled in this one, on a rain-made soggy clay surface, including heavily favored Univers de Pan. Off the mobile gate Pierre Vercruysse hustled Napoleon Bar to the front from post four. Pascia’Lest took the pocket immediately.  Napoleon Bar maintained his advantage to the line to win by a diminishing length. Pascia’Lest held the pocket position for Franck Nivard until emerging late to gain second. Roi du Lupin  raced in the death seat with Univers de Pan and Philippe Daugaerd  behind that one and veteran Ru de L’Airou third on the inner. Rapide Lebel was rough gaited at the start, lost position, and raced third on the outer before again becoming choppy gaited late to finish eighth. Behind Napoleon Bar at the finish in order were Pascia’Lest, Roi de L’Airou with Pierre Levesque up closing on the inner, Univers de Pan on the outside and game Roi du Lupin holding stoutly fifth. Univers de Pan lacked his usual kick at the end and albeit gaining slightly lost a photo for third as the 3/2 favorite. The race was clocked in 1.10.7kr after a modestly rated pace (1.11.5kr at the 500 meters to go mark), far off the race record of 1.09.4k set by Rapide Lebel in 2012 and followed by 1.10kr in 2009 by that winner Premiere Speed. June 28, 2014, Enghien-Soisy, Prix de Washington, €120,000 purse Gr. II International UET Masters Series, 1609 meters autostart, 10 starters, 1.10.7kr (time 1:53.81) Napoleon  Bar (7m Varenne-Dalmazia-Coktail Jet), Pierre Vercruysse up for trainer Catello Savarese and owner Emiliano Stecca, 2.1/1, Italy, his 15th career win for €811,671 earnings Pascia’Lest (5m Varenne-Superiors Sun-Diamond Way), Franck Nivard for trainer Thierry Duvaldestin and owner Samuele Querci, 5.8/1, Italy, career earnings now €983,772 Roi de L’Airou (9g Cygnus d’Odyssee-Cour d’Intheville-Opior), Pierre Levesque aboard for trainer Patrick Martin, 42/1 Napoleon Bar is from the Italian registered mare Dalmazia (Coktail Jet-Takeda-Mon Tourbillon). Next dam Madamacristina is by Top Hanover, a son of Ayres-Elaine Rodney. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Marseille-Vivaux hosted the seventh leg of the Gr. III Grand National du Trot Paris-Turf. The prestigious event drew 16 starters seeking the winners share of the €90,000 purse. Tonnerre du Gers captured an easy win for owner/trainer/driver Jean-Michel Bazire. The seven year-old son of Mambo King covered 2650 meters in 1.14.6kr for his 10th career victory. June 18, 2014 Marseille Pont de Vivaux, Grand National du Trot Paris-Turf, Leg 7, €90,000, 2650 meters distance handicapped, 16 starters, 1.14.6kr 1st Tonnerre du Gers (7g Mambo King-Helaska de Mai-Vieux Sam), J-M Bazire owner/trainer up, 1.7/1, 10th career win for €266,600 2nd Ugo du Loisir (6m Niky-Isla Bonita), J-Ph Ducher owner/trainer up, 9.2/1 3rd Quiqui Gaillard (10g Cedre du Vivier-Baronne du Goteaux), E. Gout, 34.9/1 The card also showcased wins by Bemol d’Occagnes All Star Is Mine, as summarized below. June 18, 2014 Marseille Pont de Vivaux, Prix Kerjacques, €20,000, 2650 meters distance handicapped, 11 starters, 1.18kr 1st Bemol d’Occagnes (3m Pomerol de Laumac-Occa Pierre-In Love With You), Christophe Martens up for Vincent Martens trainer/owner, 6.5/1, second life win for €21,100 2nd Bonjour (3m Rieussec-Queenie d’Urzy), Y-A Briand trainer/owner up, 1.2/1 3rd Brasilia Wood (3f Goetmals Wood-Harazina), D. Bekaert up for Patrick Chevrier trainer, Jean-Pierre Dubois owner, 31/1 June 18, Marseille Pont de Vivaux, Prix des Oliviers, €22,000, 2650 meters, 10 starters, 1.16kr 1st All Star Is Mine (4f Buvetier d’Aunou-Jonquiere-Best Bourbon), J-A Briand, trainer/owner, 1.9.1 2nd Alik Julry (4m Cygnus d’Odyssee-Malika Julry), J-P Gauvin trainer/driver, 1.6/1 3rd Auteut (4g Overtrick-Oneso), Mickael Cormy trainer/driver, 6.8/1 Earlier in the week, at Farjestad Sweden, Nana Ross won for trainer Jerry Riordan. The daughter of Viking Kronos recorded her 11th career win. Also at Farjestad the veteran Democrat won in 1.12.3kr over 2140 meters for Per Lennartsson. Conrad Lugauer trains the son of Pearsall Hanover as he recorded his 16th lifetime win. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

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 Harnesslink.com

UET Trotting Masters won in previous years by Sebastian K and Ready Cash, will race the 2014 Final September 14 in Charlottenlund, Denmark. Participants will include the top 12 in the standings and the French stallion Timoko has jumped to the lead after the Elitloppet victory. Italian champion Mack Grace Sm, for the third time GP Lotteria winner, ranks second in points with the " Queen " of monte, Roxane Griff, and Univers de Pan next in line. 1. Timoko points 3650 2. Mack Grace Sm p. 3300 3. Roxane Griff p.2175 4. Univers de Pan p. 2100 5. Panne de Moteur p. 2000 6. Commander Crowe p.2000 7. Save The Quick p.1600 8. Sanity p.1550 9. Up And Quick p.1500 10. Napoleon Bar p.1500 11. Pascia' Lest p.1400 12. Owen Cr p.1300 13. Maharajah p.1250 14. Tiego d'Etang p.1150 15. Ready Cash p.1100 On Friday evening another UET Masters Series event will take place, this one at Paris-Vincennes. The Gr. II Prix Chambon P has attracted ten starters that will travel 2850 meters for a purse of 120,000e. Italian hopefuls Olmo Holz and Oropuro Bar are good prospects against a group of veteran French trotters that are below the very top of the aged class. This group includes, however, international competitors Uhlan du Val, Quinoa du Gers and Reve de Beylev. Off-time 19.55 : Prix Chambon P European Trotting Masters Series 2014 Groupe II Course Internationale 120.000. - Attelé. - 2.850 mètres (G. P.) 54.000, 30.000, 16.800, 9.600, 6.000, 2.400, 1.200. Pour 5 à 10 ans inclus, ayant gagné au moins 160.000. - Recul de 25 m. à 1.129.000. Sont seules admises à driver les personnes ayant gagné au moins trente-cinq courses dont dix au trot attelé. Légende : Déferré = . Déferré postérieur = . Déferré antérieur = . Ferré = . 1 OROPURO BARM. SMORGON 2a2a5a1a8a5a7a136a2a1'11"2(Vinc.) (LOVE YOU - UBATUBA OAKS) - Propriétaire : Ecurie 4 A.B. SAS (ITY) - Entraineur : M. SMORGON -  2850 -  2 OLMO HOLZCH. MARTENS 1a5a1a2a1a0a130aDa5a1'11"1(Vinc.) (URONOMETRO - VEUVE DU KRAS) - Propriétaire : F. DELMOTE (BEL) - Entraineur : V. MARTENS - 2850 -  3 RU DE L'AIROUP. LEVESQUE 4a0a0a9a5a8a3a135a4a1'11"5(Vinc.) (CYGNUS D'ODYSSEE - COUR D'INTHEVILLE) - Propriétaire : A. BESNARD - Entraineur : P. MARTIN -  2850 -  4 UNE FILLE D'AMOURD. THOMAIN 3a6a1a3a8a1a2a7a3a131'11"2(Vinc.) (INFANT DU BOSSIS - NEVER SO GREAT) - Propriétaire : C. RAIMBAUD - Entraineur : C. RAIMBAUD -  2850 -  5 UHLAN DU VALC. MEGISSIER 5a2a8a5a6a4a132a1a3a1'10"5(Vinc.) (ISLERO DE BELLOUET - INDIANA BEAUTIFUL) - Propriétaire : J.P. MEGISSIER - Entraineur : C. MEGISSIER - 850 -  6 RAPIDE DU DIGEOND. BONNE 3m2a2m1a2m4m6a1m2m131'11"8(Vinc.) (URFIST DES PRES - GERVEINE BARBES) - Propriétaire : J.Y. ROZE - Entraineur : TH. RAFFEGEAU -  2850 -  7 ROXANA DE BARBRAYP. VERCRUYSSE 8a7a4a0a0a5a130a0a4a1'12"2(homol) (SPEED CLAYETTOIS - IRIANE DES ENCLOS) - Propriétaire : Ecurie DONATI - Entraineur : R. DONATI -  2850 -  8 SEVERINOCH. BIGEON Da0a0a0a6a0a138aRa121'11"6(Vinc.) (GOBERNADOR - KATIA DE TILLARD) - Propriétaire : David Michel BONNE - Entraineur : CH. BIGEON -  2850 -  9 QUINOA DU GERSF. NIVARD 8a1a6a4a6a7a4m8a0a131'10"6(homol) (GANYMEDE - TARGA DU CHALANGE) - Propriétaire : Ecurie LE TREMONT - Entraineur : F. SOULOY -  2850 -  10 REVE DE BEYLEVE. RAFFIN 3a8a2a0a8a130a0m7a7a1'09"5(homol) (FORTUNA FANT - HELOISE POTERIE) - Propriétaire : Ecurie du Haras de L'EPINAY - Entraineur : S. GUARATO - 2850 -  by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com            

Tonight’s Paris-Vincennes card featured two high level graded events and the day’s Quinte+ with a €2.4 million jackpot. The top race of the night was the Gr. II Prix Ozo for three year-old females. Billie de Montfort, off as 3/10 favorite, did not disappoint as she scored easily in 1.13.6kr with the front-end and strong finishing performance. Eric Raffin teamed the Sebastien Guarato trainee to her eighth career victory now for €355,200 earned. The winner is a daughter of Jasmin de Flore and is best of her class. May 23, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Ozo Gr. II females, €120,000, 2175 meters, 1.13.6kr Fractions: 1.12.6kr at 1500; 1.12.5 at 1000; 1.14.2kr at 500 1st Billie de Montfort (3f Jasmin de Flore-Quismy de Montfort-And Arifant), Eric Raffin for trainer Sebastien Guarato and owner Philippe Dauphin, 3/10 odds, her eighth win for €355,200 2nd Beauty Turgot (3f Hand du Vivier-Quouragone), Franck Nivard, 5.5/1 odds, trainer Fabrice Souloy 3rd Biana d’Atout (3f Saxo de Vandel-Geline d’Atout), Mathieu Mottier driver/trainer, 16/1 The co-featured Prix du Crepuscule for €90,000, a Gr. III event for a European field, went to Un Mec d’Heripre and Franck Nivard. Fabrice Souloy trains the winner that now has 14 career wins for €730,530. The 2/1 favorite is a six year-old son of Orlando Vici and appears to be a future factor in top level international events. He was timed tonight in 1.11.2kr over the 2100 meter autostart course. May 23, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix du Crepuscule Gr.  III European, €90,000, 2100 meters autostart, 1.11.2kr (time 2:29.55) 1st Un Mec d’Heripre (6m Orlando Vici-I Love You Darling-Buvetier d’Aunou), Franck Nivard for trainer Fabrice Souloy and owner Ecurie d’Heripre, 2/1 odds, his 14th career win for €730,530 2nd Moses Rob (8m Ganymede-Etoile Rib), Andrea Guzzinati, 26/1 3rd Une File d’Amour (6f Infant de Bossis-Never So Great), David Thomain, 5/1 4th Ru de l’Airou (9g Cygnus d’Odyssee-Cour d’Intheville), P-Y Verva. 32/1 5th Nene’Degli Lilivi (7g Uconn Roc-Maureen Lobell), Alexandre Abrivard, 48/1 The Quinte+ race of the day went to 41/1 odds Vermeil Somolli and trainer/driver J-P Fichaux. The four year-old son of Olimede scored in 1.13.9kr over 2700 meters in this European event for €50,000 purse, Three of the top fine on the line were off at odds of 18/1 or higher and it established an exact order payoff for a €2 wager of €227,928. May 23, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix de Joinville, European €50,000, 2700 meters, Quinte+ jackpot €2.4 million, 1.13.9kr Fractions: 1.14.8kr at 1500, 1.13.2kr at 1000, 1.13.5kr at 500 1st Vermeil Somolli (4m Olimede-Quitalia Somolli-Ginger Somolli), trained/reined by Jean-Paul Fichaux for owner Ecurie Somolli, 41/1 odds, eighth win for career earnings of €115,270 2nd Visa de Blary (5g Nice Love-Kassandie de Blary), J-M Bazire up, 35/1 3rd Priest Prav (5m Pine Chip-Ginny Grift), Salvatore Carro up, 43/1 by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com    

Tonight’s excellent Paris-Vincennes card featured European eligible and Gr. III action for four-year-old males and females plus the Gr. II €120,000 Prix Kalmia for three year-old colts. Brillantissime (by Ready Cash) and favorite Duke of Greenwood scored victories and Athena de Vandel won the four year-old mares contest defeating favorite Tast of Bourbon (by Donato Hanover). Coverage follows. The Gr. III Prix Heraclite (Gr. III European four year-old females, purse €80,000) went to Athena de Vandel and trainer/driver Cedric Megissier. The Prince Gede mare scored her sixth career victory in 1.14.6kr over 2700 meters raising career earnings to €190,500. The fast closing favorite Tast of Bourbon (Donato Hanover-Qualita Bourbon-Love You) just missed for Jean-Pierre Dubois after escaping traffic trouble too late in the contest. Her stablemate Alisma du Corta (by Love You) was a very competitive third for reinsman Franck Nivard. Jean Baudron trains the Dubois pair. May 20, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Heraclite, Gr. III European, €80,000, females, 2700 meters, 11 starters, 1.14.6kr Athena de Vandel (4f Prince Gede-Maelia de Vandel-Coktail Jet), Cedric Megissier trainer/driver, 3.4/1, owner Ecurie La Tour de Vandel, sixth win for €190,500 earnings 1st Tast of Bourbon (4f Donato Hanover-Qualita Bourbon-Love You), Jean-Pierre Dubois driver/owner, Jean Baudron trainer, Denmark, 1.3/1 favorite, first foal of dam she a winner of 21races for €1,538,050 and third in Prix d’Amerique 2nd Alisma du Corta (4f Love You-Marquise du Corta-Vikings Way), Franck Nivard for Jean Baudron trainer, Jean-Pierre Dubois owner, 20/1 3rd Rori Axe (4f Ready Cash-Gamire Grif-Kaisy Dream), Jos. Verbeeck for trainer Philippe Allaire, 9/2, Italy 4th Mustang’s Sally (4f Quick Wood-Star Groenhof-Malabar Man), Robin Bakker up for trainer P.J.P, Hagoort, 11/1, Germany The €80,000 Gr. III Prix Camilla for four year-old males went to favorite Duke of Greenwood (4, Otello Pierji-Nikki Groenhof-Meadow Road). Peter J. Strooper trains the Germany bred campaigner and Hugo Langeweg Jr. engineered the front end victory, his fourth for earnings of €174,698. The 2700 meter course was covered in 1.15.3kr. Regio (by Varenne) and Romanesque (by Love You) trailed the winner home. May 20, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Camilla, Gr. III European males, €80,000, 2700 meters, 12 starters, 1.15.3kr 1st Duke of Greenwood (4m Otello Pierji-Nikki Grounhof-Meadow Road), Hugo Langeweg Jr. for Peter J. Strooper trainer and M. Rothengatter owner, fourth win for €174,698, 1.2/1, Germany 2nd Regio (4m Varenne-Leopardia-Muscles Yankee), 9/2 odds, Robin Bakker for P.J.P Hagoort, Italy 3rd Romanesque (4m Love You-Quantanamera-Viking Kronos), Marco Smorgon trainer/driver, 29/1, Italy 4th Ah Quel Micha  (4m Rocklyn-Oceana du Phare-Vroum d’Or), Julien Dubois up for Philippe Moulin trainer, 6.5/1 5th Arpent d’Ostel (4m Meaulnes du Corta-Quina Perrine-Buvetier d’Aunou), J-Ph. Mary trainer/driver, 16/1 The Prix Kalmia, a Gr. II event for three-year-old colts over 2175 meters went to great gaited  Brillantissime (3m Ready Cash-Ivre de Victoire-Buvetier d’Aunou) for teamster Joseph Verbeeck and trainer Philippe Allaire. The owner/breeder is Frederic Saugue of this seven time winner of €318,950. He slipped through on the inside late to score a narrow win. Another Allaire pupil Boccador de Simm (by Rieussee) was a solid second for Pierre Vercruysse with third to favorite Brutus de Bailly (by Niky) and J-M Bazire. Purse was €120,000 and winning time was 1.13kr. May 20, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Kalmia Gr. II males, €120,000, 2175 meters, 9 starters, 1.13kr 1st Brillantissime (3m Ready Cash-Ivre de Victoire-Buvetier d’Aunou),  Joseph Verbeeck up for Philippe Allaire trainer and owner/breeder F. Saugue, 2/1 odds, seventh win for €318,950 2nd Boccador de Simm (3m Rieussee-Poupee Charmeuse-Hetre Vert), Pierre Vercruysse for Philippe Allaire, 3.5/1 odds 3rd Brutus de Bailly (3m Niky-Ninon de Bailly-Carnac), J-M Bazire, 1/1 favorite 4th Bolide du Gueron (3m Cygnus d’Odyssee-Olivia-Jenko), Franck Anne trainer/driver, 42/1 5th Bixente (3m Quaker Jet-Ketty Mesloise-Blue Dream), Jean-Etienne Dubois trainer/driver,  18/1 odds The Prix Firmament for aged European eligibles went to Sweden’s Moving On (5f Quite Easy-Kings Blondie-Ride The Night) in 1.14.3kr over 2100 meters autostart. Franck Nivard drove the winner for trainer Fabrice Souloy and owner I.C. Equine AB. Moving On recorded her tenth win now for earnings of €179,966. Italy’s Plutonio (by Self Possessed) was second for Christophe Martens in this €56,000 event. May 20, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Firmament, European, €56,000m 2100 meters autostart, 13 starters, 1.14.3kr 1st Moving On (5f Quite Easy-Kings Blondie-Ride The Night), Franck Nivard up for Fabrice Souloy, 7.5/1 odds, Sweden, owner I.C. Equine AB, tenth win for €179,966 2nd Plutonio (5m Self Possessed-Indra Bi-Toss Out), Christophe Martens for trainer Ake Kristofferson, 4/1 odds, Italy 3rd Vertige d’Avril (5g Historien-Katia de Mai0Uhlan de Cocherel), M. Bezier up for Pascal A. Geslin 4th Staro Foot Loose (6m Daguet Rapide-Ideal Lease-Conway Hall), Robin Bakker for trainer Arnold J. Mollema, 4.8/1, Sweden 5th Revenna (6m Legendary Lover K-Coccola Jet-Supergill), Mathieu Mottier for Fabrice Souloy trainer, 25/1, Denmark by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Today’s Gr. II International UET Masters Series Prix des Ducs de Normandie went to the legendary veteran trotter Roi de Lupin for trainer/owner J-P Marmion. J-M Bazire teamed the winner to victory in 1.12.7kr over 2450 meters. He earned his 26th career win and the winner’s share of the €150,000 purse raised lifetime earnings to €1,636,450. Swedishman and Reve de Beylev followed the winner home in a good field that also included Turbo Jet, Uhlan du Val, Tiego d’Etang and other upper-class “trotteurs”. Summary follows. May 14, 2014 Caen, Prix des Ducs de Normandie, Gr. II International UET Masters Series, €150,000, 16 starters over 2450 meters, 1.12.7kr, Quinte+ jackpot €8.75 million 1st Roi du Lupin (9g Fleuron Perrine-Helia de Saint Pol-Quiton du Coral), J-M Bazire up for trainer/owner/breeder J-P Marmion, his 26th win for €1,636,450, 2.3/1 odds 2nd Swedishman (8g Gogo-Volgana), Thierry Duvaldestin trainer/driver, 4/1 3rd Reve de Beylev (9m Fortuna Font-Heloise Poterie), Eric Raffin for trainer Sebastian Guarato, 28/1 4th Turbo Jet (7m Joyau d’Amour-Elite d’Atout), Jean Etienne Dubois driver/trainer, 20/1 5th Uhlan du Val (6m Islero de Bellouet-Indiana Beautiful), Cedric Megissier trainer/driver, 7/1 Beaten field included 3.8/1 Tiego d’Etang, Quinoa du Gers, Axelle Dark, Valse Darling, Sam Gibus, Valse Castelets, Talicia Bella. The Caen undercard, conducted on this perfect May day before a huge gathering, featured graded monte action. Four year-old Love You stallion Airport took the Gr. II Prix Henri Balliere with a €120,000 purse. The winner was handled by Eric Raffin and scored in 1.13.7kr by open lengths for trainer Ake Kristofferson and owner Ecurie des Charmes. The favorite winner boosted his lifetime earnings to over €197,000. May 14, 2014 Caen, Prix Henri Balliere, Gr. II monte €120,000, 2450 meters, 13 starters, 1.13.7kr 1st Airport (4m Love You-Pivoine-Cygnus d’Odyssee), Eric Raffin up for Ake Kristofferson and owner Ecurie des Charmes, 1.5/1 favorite, his fifth win for €197,400 2nd Albertains (4m Power Jet-Nymphe de Feugeres), Julien Raffestan up for J-E Senet, 41/1 3rd Athos du Roc (4m Odeisis de Vandel-Herbe des Brouets), Franck Nivard up for trainer D-J Brault, 14/1 The Gr. I Prix Saint-Leger des Trotteurs for €150,000 went to the “jazzman”, Bird Parker with Yohan Lebourgeois up. Phillipe Allaire trains the winner for Elisabeth Allaire, as he crushed his foes to score in 1.13.8kr. Career earnings of this one are now just short of €262,000. Bird Parker has favorably responded to the switch to monte competition as his last three monte starts have been exceptional. May 14, 2014 Caen, Prix Saint-Leger des Trotteur/Prix Jeux Equestres Mondiaux, Gr. I monte, €150,000, 14 starters, 2450 meters, 1.13.8kr 1st Bird Parker (3m Ready Cash-Belisha-Fakir du Vivier), Yohan Lebourgeois up for Philippe Allaire trainer and owner Mme. Elisabeth Allaire, breeder M.C. Toulorge, 1.1/1 odds, his third win for €261,980 2nd Barbar des Brouets (3m Giant Cat-Pin Up des Brouets), Philippe Masschaele up, 9/1 3rd Bingo Star (3m Look de Star-Rosiris), Adrien Lamy aboard, 64/1 Aged monte campaigners, 19 of them in fact, battled in the €65,000 Prix du Calvados ov2nd er 2450 meters. Uppercut de Manche took the inside route to victory for Damien Bonne, in the irons for trainer Thierry Raffegeau, to score in 1.13.8kr to pick up his 11th lifetime win, now with earnings of €240,450. He was the even money favorite and defeated the 13/1 Tun Winner, a son of Kaisy Dream that stood one season in North America. May 14, 2014 Caen, Prix du Calvados, European monte, €65,000, 2450 meters, 19 starters, 1.13.8kr 1st Uppercut de Manche (6g Neutron du Cebe-Nuit de Manche-Coktail Jet), Damien Bonne up for trainer Thierry Raffegeau, 1/1 odds, 11th career win for €240,450 2nd Tun Winner (7g Kaisy Dream-Isaline Fortiniere), S-E Pasquier up, 13/1 3rd Remember Jihem (9m Jag de Bellouet-Feriana), Fabien Gence, 33/1 Good three year-olds took to the sulky in the €36,000 Prix de la Touques over 2200 meters autostart. The Ready Cash sired Bold Eagle took this one impressively for Jean-Etienne Dubois as the 4/5 favorite. He recoded victory five in a brief career with the win over Black Gold, a son of Sam Bourbon and now trained by Franck Leblanc after being recently acquired at public auction. May 14, 2014, Caen, Prix de la Touques, three year-olds, €36,000, 2200 meters autostart, 13 starters, 1.15kr 1st Bold Eagle (3m Ready Cash-Reethi Rah Jet-Love You), Jean Etienne Dubois, driver/trainer/owner/breeder, 4/5 favorite, fifth win for €52,550 2nd Black Gold (3m Sam Bourbon-Seldovia), Franck Nivard for Franck Leblanc trainer 3rd Berry Felin (3m Nahar de Beval-Krisma des Bois), G. Delacour trainer/driver On the May 13 evening card at Paris-Vincennes three year-olds did battle with J-M Bazire winning both the female and male contests with Babylone Seven and Bandit Charentais. Summaries follow: May 13, 2014, Paris-Vincennes, Prix Murzim, €42,000, 2700 meters for females, 9 starters, 1.17.3kr 1st Babylone Seven (3f Oiseau de Faux-Nyala), J-M Bazire trainer/driver, 2.7/1 2nd Blanche Mencourt (3f Ready Cash-Navaja Blanche), Jos. Verbeeck up for trainer Philippe Allaire, 7/10 favorite 3rd Balva Miontaval (3f Magnificent Rodney-Primavera de Lou), Eric Raffin up, 46/1 4th Belle d’Hommeur (3f Password-Place l’Honneur), Julien Dubois trainer/dri ver, 8/1 May 13, 2014, Paris-Vincennes, Prix Hesperia, €36,000 for males, 2200 meters, 12 starters, 1.15.3kr 1st Bandit Charentais (3m So Lovely Girl-Here I Am), J-M Bazire up for J-M Baudouin, 9/10 favorite 2nd Bambino du Mont (3m Quitus de Mexique-Porta Mag), Pierre Vercruysse up for A-P Schmitt trainer, 50/1 3rd Bazooka Nep (3m Quatre Juillet-Star de Gautiers), Damien Bonne for Sebastian Guarato trainer, 20/1 Of other interesting note the veteran 11 year-old Commander Crowe makes his first 2014 start on May 17 at Wolvega. 1 Oaks de Villeneuve, L.G.M. De Groote 2 Lobell Countess, M.F. Rothengatter 3 Commander Crowe, R. Bakker 4 Sage de Bresles, H.W. Langeweg jr. 5 Quito de Roche, J.H. Schwarma 6 Picardo, C. De Groote 7 Attrape Moi, C.F. Kamminga 8  Andriy Fortuna, P.J. Strooper UET Masters Series point leaders were also announced. The final will be in September in Copenhagen. Elitloppet starter Timoko ranks second with other last weekend winners Univers de Pan and Roxane Griff near the top. 1 ITALIE MACK GRACE SM(M 8) 3300 2 FRANCE TIMOKO(M 7) 3050 3 FRANCE ROXANE GRIFF(F 9) 2275 4 FRANCE UNIVERS DE PAN (M 6) 2100 5 SUEDE COMMANDER CROWE(H 11) 2000 6 SUEDE NAHAR(H 9) 1900 7 FRANCE UP AND QUICK(M 6) 1650 8 FRANCE SAVE THE QUICK(F 8) 1600 9 SUEDE SANITY(H 8) 1550 10 ITALIE NAPOLEON BAR(M 7) 1500 11 SUEDE PANNE DE MOTEUR(M 6) 1400 12 FRANCE TEXAS CHARM(M 7) 1275 13 SUEDE MAHARAJAH(M 9) 1250 14 ITALIE PASCIA'LEST(M 5) 1200 15 FRANCE TIEGO D'ETANG(M 7) 1150 16 ITALIE OWEN CR(M 6) 1150 17 FRANCE READY CASH(M 9) 1100 – retired or is he ? 18 SUEDE SEBASTIAN K.(M 8) 1050 – now in USA 19 FRANCE THE BEST MADRIK(M 7) 1025 - retired 20 SUEDE DEUXIEME PICSOUS(M 7) 1000 by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

The historic Saint-Legers des Trotteurs meeting kicks off today at Caen with a 2450m UET Masters series race, the time honoured Prix des Ducs de Normandie a group two worth 150,000 euros, in honour of a famous trotteur of the 1920s who won the 1928 Critrerium des 3 Ans and went on to be equally successful at stud. The son of Salam was a prolific broodmare sire, and one his daughters produced the dam of Feu Follet, one of France's most influential sires. Duc de Normandie's influence is still felt today, with last year's Prix d'Amerique winner Royal Dream (Love You) decending from one of the great horse's daughters Rose Marie IV, while two of France's successful sires Copenhagen Cup and Prix de France winner Kool du Caux and Criterium des 4 Ans winner Rolling d'Heripre (Dahir de Prelong) also trace to the great Duc on the maternal line. Rolling d'Heripre is represented by Blooma d'Heripre in the Saint-Leger des Trotteurs which is one of two of France's most famous monte races which are run later today. Indeed it was under saddle that some of Duc de Normandie's descendants excelled with top sire Gai Brillant (Podosis) and Fine Perle (Marpheulin) both being Saint-Leger winners themselves, while the monte millionaire of the 1990s Arcadia (Jiosco) won the Prix du Cornullier. As befitting a race named after one of France's great stallions, some of giants of the game who have gone on to make their mark in the breeding shed feature heavily in the honours roll. Reve d'Udon, a remarkable racehorse in his own right, a Criterium des 5 Ans winner in the bike and a Prix du Cornulier winner under saddle, is the grandsire of none other than Market Share, and he won this race twice in 1989 and 1990. The world's leading sire for the past two seasons, Love You also won the race twice in 2004-2005 and he is represented in the Prix Henri Balliere later in the day by the hot favourite Airport and a second entrant in Aglite Jenilou. Another former Prix de Ducs de Normandie winner is France's champion monte stallion Goetmals Wood who is the sire of top Saint-Leger chance Bomba. The last two seasons the race has been won by Texas Charm, who was the favourite for this year's Prix d'Amerique until injury, while the previous two winners were emerging sire Quaker Jet ( a son of Love You) and Prix d'Amerique winner Oyonnax (In Love With You). Jean-Paul Marmion's Roi du Lupin is the early favourite for this year's renewal, narrowly from Cedric Megissier 's Uhlan du Val and Fabrice Souloy's Quinoa du Gers. Thierry Duvaldesin's tough gelding Swedishman, Christian Bigeon's Tiego d'Etang and Phillipe Moulin's Valse Darling from the Ecurie Victoria Dreams stable are the others in the market. PRIX DES DUCS DE NORMANDIE - Caen 14/05/14 FR Group II Int UET Masters Series 2450m 4-10 150 000 euros 1 Volcan d'Urzy (h Password - Jabotte d'Urzy) Dr: Jean Philippe Dubois Philippe Moulin 2 Sam Gibus (g Jet Fortuna - Harmonie Gibus) Dr: Sebastien Baude Sebastien Baude 3 Radjah de Venel (g Vivaldi de Chenu - Fikla de Venel) Dr: Emeric Bizon Jean Paul Marmion 4 Turbo Jet (h Joyau d'Amour - Elite d'Atout) Dr: Jean Etienne Dubois Jean Etienne Dubois 5 Valse Castelets (m Memphis du Rib - Elide) Dr: Jean Loic Claude Dersoir Joel Hallais 6 Valse Darling (m Prodigious - Fly Darling) Dr: Julien Dubois Philippe Moulin 7 Ramsey du Ham (g Indy de Vive - Ufania du Buisson) Dr: Mathieu Abrivard Yvonnick Dousset 8 Axelle Dark (m Ready Cash - Queen des Charmes) Dr: Jos Verbeeck Philippe Allaire 9 Swedishman (g Gogo - Volgana Thierry Duvaldestin) Dr: Thierry Duvaldestin 10 Talicia Bella (m General du Pommeau - Illicia Bella) Dr: Antoine Wiels Jean Paul Marmion 11 Ru de l'Airou (g Cygnus d'Odyssee - Cour d'Intheville) Dr: Pierre Levesque Patrick Martin 12 Uhlan du Val (h Islero de Bellouet - Indiana Beautiful) Dr: Cedric Megissier Cedric Megissier 13 Quinoa du Gers (h Ganymede - Targa du Chalange) Dr: Franck Nivard Fabrice Souloy 14 Reve de Beylev (h Fortuna Fant - Heloise Poterie) Dr: Eric Raffin Sebastien Guarato 15 Tiego d'Etang (h Chaillot - Harolene) Dr: Christian Bigeon Christian Bigeon 16 Roi du Lupin (g Fleuron Perrine - Helia de Saint Pol) Dr: Jean Michel Bazire Jean Paul Marmion by David Sanders, for Harnesslink.com

Philippe Allaire might be eyeing America with his super trotter Ready Cash, but his eyes will be firmly on another pair of his charges at Caen tomorrow when Bird Parker and Bomba line up in the Group 1 Saint-Leger des Trotters, a 2450m three-year-old monte for 150,000 euros which highlights the biggest day of the year at the northern Basse-Normandie city. Bird Parker, a son of Ready Cash, is equally at home in the bike or under saddle, being a group two monte winner and a runner-up under harness in several major group races including the Prix Emmanuel Marghouty and Prix Maurice Gheest. With top monte rider Yoann Lebourgeois engaged, Bird Parker was paying very short 3/2 odds early Tuesday while his stable mate, the filly Bomba was at 4/1. By Goetmals Wood, a noted under saddle sire, Bomba has won three of her six monte starts, including the prestigious group two Prix Ali Hawas but gallops have proven costly in her other two group outings and handicappers will have been wary of this. Splitting the two Allaire charges in the market is Fabrice Souloy's nice filly Beauty Turgot, the winner of the Prix Holly du Locton under saddle and a placegetter in the bike in the Prix Une de Mai, the biggest race for 2YO fillies in France. Pascal Daulier's Babar des Brouets, a son of Giant Cat, is also coming in for early support having run a fourth placing in one of his two group two monte starts. The others in the market are Blooma d'Heripre (Rolling d'Heripre) a three-win colt trained by Gregory Thorel who is making his first group start and Brise de l'Alba (Quido du Goutier) a filly from William Bigeon's barn who was runner up in the Prix Holly du Locton. There is a second monte of note on the card with the Prix Henri Balliere, over the same distance for 4YOs, but for 120,000 euros and graded Group II. With Roddy Kuiper's top-ranked filly A Nous Deux missing from the event, Ake Kristoffersson's Love You stallion Airport (Love Yo) who was a gallant second in both the last two group montes is under even money to win this. He will be ridden again by Eric Raffin. Hughes Levesque's Cygnus d'Odyssee mare Astree de l'Iton is making her first group start after a couple of impressive wins under saddle in lower grade races is the next best supported in the market, and has Yoann Lebourgeois on board for the trip. Alexandre Abrivard will be on board talented Hasting mare Agrippine, which is trained by Laurent Claude Abrivard and handicappers are hoping she can find the form that saw her second in the group one Prix de Vincennes, after several DQs in recent outings. SAINT-LEGER DES TROTTEURS - Caen 14/05/14 FR Group I  2450m 3YO €150 000 1         Bella Madrik (f Lilium Madrik - Carieva de Prelong)   Rd: Nathalie Henry   Tr: Rd: Estelle Dessartre       2         Bandit (c Coktail Jet - Malika de Vandel)   Rd: Mathieu Abrivard   Tr: Guillaume Grelier         3         Baron Colmi (c Rieussec - Ligie du Vivier)   Rd: Anthony Dollion   Tr: Sebastien Guarato      4         Best des Jacquets (c Coktail Jet - Kodessa)   Rd: Antoine Wiels   Tr: Thierry Duvaldestin           5         Ballerine Griff (f Password - Keva Mesloise)   Rd: Damien Bonne   Tr: Sebastien Guarato        6         Babar des Brouets (c Giant Cat - Pin Up des Brouets)  Rd:  Philippe Masschaele   Tr: Pascal Daulier        7         Blooma d'Heripre (f  Rolling d'Heripre - Quenta Por Favor)   Rd: David Thomain   Tr: Gregory Thorel       8         Balzane de Bootz (f Nem - Queza de Bootz)   Rd: Alexandre Abrivard   Tr: Jean Michel Bazire       9         Bingo Star (c Look de Star - Rosiris)   Rd: Adrien Lamy   Tr: Lucien Swita           10         Balade de Blary (f  Qualmio de Vandel - Garine d'Occagnes)   Rd: Antoine Lherete   Tr: Franck Anne           11         Brise de l'Alba (f  Quido du Goutier - Cely de la Meritee)   Rd: Eric Raffin   Tr: William Bigeon       12         Brooklyn Bridge (c Quatre Juillet - Mysterious Valley)   Rd: Pierre Yves Verva   Tr: Franck Leblanc       13         Bomba (f  Goetmals Wood - Passion d'Amour)   Rd: Mathieu Mottier   Tr: Philippe Allaire           14         Beauty Turgot (f  Hand du Vivier - Quouragane)   Rd: Franck Nivard   Tr: Fabrice Souloy           15         Bird Parker (c  Ready Cash – Belisha)   Rd: Yoann Lebourgeois   Tr: Philippe Allaire           PRIX HENRI BALLIERE - Caen 14/05/14 FR  Group II 2450m 4YOs €120 000 1         Arabole du Varlet (f    Magnificent Rodney - Gabole du Varlet)   Rd: Jerome Dave   Tr: Martial Dupuis       2         Albertains (h   Power Jet - Nymphe de Feugeres)   Rd: Julien Raffestin   Tr: Jean Francois Senet       3         Astree de l'Iton (f    Cygnus d'Odyssee - Melodie de l'Iton)   Rd: Yoann Lebourgeois   Tr: Hughes Levesque        4         Amour de Retz (h   First de Retz - Melody des Charmes)   Rd: Mathieu Mottier   Tr: Åke Kristoffersson          5         Athos du Roc (h   Odeisis de Vandel - Herbe des Brouets)   Rd: Franck Nivard   Tr: Damien Jean Brault          6         Altair des Brouets (f    Quiz des Brouets - Luanda des Brouets)   Rd: Jonathan Vanmeerbeck   Tr: Pascal Daulier       7         Agilite Jenilou (f    Love You - Quemilla Jenilou)   Rd: Mathieu Abrivard   Tr: Louis Baudron         8         Aurea Vikland (f    Prince de Montfort - Kettina de Monti)   Rd: Pierre Yves Verva   Tr: Guillaume Moinon          9         Agrippine (f    Hasting - Moqueuse)   Rd: Alexandre Abrivard   Tr: Laurent Claude Abrivard         10         Aston Fly (h   Hermes de Montfort - Quie Daidou)   Rd: Jonathan Carre   Tr: Michael Jean Ruault          11         Airport (h   Love You - Pivoine)   Rd: Eric Raffin   Tr: Åke Kristoffersson          12         Atwood Griff (h   Goetmals Wood - Qualane Griff)   Rd: Damien Bonne   Tr: Sebastien Guarato       13         Asana Trembladaise (f    Kuadro Wild - Passion d'Alban)   Rd: Anthony Dollion   Tr: Anthony Dollion       by David Sanders for Harnesslink.com

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