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May 21, 2015 - Today’s Vichy featured Prix Henri Berry (€50.000 purse, 2850 meters distance handicap, 12 European starters) went to 46/1 outsider Ungaro Jet (7m Meaulnes du Corta-Pocahontas) for harness racing trainer/driver Ladovic Peltier and owner Ecurie Paradis. The winner traveled 2850 meters in 1.14.5kr to earn career victory nine in 39 starts for earnings of €175,640. 4/1 Alexis (5m Ganymede-Myrtille des Bois) was second for driver/trainer J-M Bazire also traveling 2850 meters. 4/1 Anette du Mirel (5f Laetenter Diem-Lisa du Mirel) was third for Eric Raffin and trainer Anders Lindqvist and she covered 2875 meters in 1.14.3kr. The first three to the line raced barefoot. Tomorrow night’s Vincennes card features the Prix Ville de Nugent for €90,000 purse over 2100 meters autostart. Ustinof du Vivier, Nene Degli Ulivi, Scarlet Turgot and Spain’s Trebol will be at the start.  The card also shows the Gr. II Prix Ozo for €120,000 over 2175 meters for three year-old females. Clea Madrik, Ciper la Mag, Cavalleria and Charmante are likely top players. Thomas H. Hicks  

Right on the heels of having hosted a group of amateur drivers from France the North American Amateur Drivers Association (NAADA) is readying for a contingent ofharness racing  amateur drivers from Spain on Sunday, May 31. According to NAADA president Joe Faraldo the team of Spaniards which they will be hosting are from Mallorca and many are world class amateur drivers. And even before the Spaniards have arrived they have plans to return the favor and entertain a group from NAADA in late September. "We have planned the races in Mallorca in September the weekend of 26 & 27" noted Augustin Mascaro-Pou, one of the amateurs who'll be driving in the Friendship Competition. "Sept 26 we will have races in the small track of Manacor and Sept. 27 in Son Pardo where also will be the biggest international race that we have in Spain where will come eight top trotters from France, which is part of the European Tour of French trotters." Although NAADA will field different teams at each venue the Spanish team slated to be making the trip to America for this International Friendship Competition include the following drivers: Jaume Bassa-Riera -- - Partner in Sport Trot company of horse products - Winner of the Spanish Breeders Crown; Represented Spain in 2001 in European Apprentices Championship Augustin Mascaro-Pou.---. Police Officer. General Secretary of European Amateur Drivers Federation (FEGAT). Winner of Spanish Amateur Championship in 2006 and Spanish reprresentative in 2007 European amateur championship. Miquel Vich-Capo-- Breeder and Livestock dealer. Winner of Spanish Amateur championship in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Spanish Amateur Champion in 2012 .. Spanish rep in World Amateur Cup in 2014. Bernardo Jaume-Cirer--A partner in kitchen manufacturer's company and winner of many races on the European continent. At least one of the Spanish competitors is fairly well known by NAADA's Joe Faraldo. "I have raced with Jaume (Bassa-Riera) in Taranto, Italy several times and finished behind him every time. Maybe this time an American team can turn the tables on my good friend," Faraldo said. "Jaume has gone to the World Cup events more than anyone else appearing as far away from home as New Zealand. He was also the translator for the exceptional Spanish reinsman who competed in the World Cup for Professional Drivers which concluded at Yonkers Raceway where the Spanish guy finished third to Jodie Jameson and Corey Callahan." The Spanish contingent is expected to arrive at JFK International Airport on May 31. After a day of touring New York City and enjoying outstanding sights and excellent cuisine the driving competition will begin Tuesday, June 2 at Yonkers Raceway. On Wednesday (June 3) the competition moves to Monticello Raceway and after the races the group will head to Goshen for a tour of the Hall of Fame and Historic Track. An entertaining trip on the World Yacht with dinner and dancing will take place on Thursday. Then Friday (June5) after a tour of the Mark Ford Farm in Goshen the contingent will be off to Tioga Downs for a race there. On Saturday (June 6) a 6am departure from Stewart Airport in Newburgh, NY will get the Spaniards to south Florida where they will drive in the two races at Pompano Park that evening. The following day the Spanish contingent will head back home to Mallorca. John Manzi for NAADA

May 20, 2015 -  Royal Fighter took tonight’s featured Meadow Roads (80,000SEK to winner, 1609 meters autostart, 10 starters) at Solvalla for driver Jennifer Tillman in a sharp 1.09.8kr (1:52.31 mile time) over Daley Lovin (4m Conway Hall-Dreamsrmadeofthis-Dream Vacation) with Daniel Reden up with third to Global Money (8g Love You-Norwegian Beauty-Yankee Glide) and Robert Bergh. The winner is a seven year-old stallion by Varenne-Froken Julie-Supergill that is trained by Per Eriksson for owners/breeders Per Robert and Christina Nilsson. The winner now shows 12 wins in 56 career starts for 1.6SEK million earned. The winner’s 2015 slate is 1-0-3 in four starts. His previous speed mark was 1.11.2kr. Thomas H. Hicks  

May 20, 2015 - Philippe Daugeard’s slick gaited Univers de Pan has accepted an Elitloppet 2015 invitation. The 2014 Finlandia AJO winner was third in the 2015 edition after being trapped on the pegs throughout. He finished with much in reserve. Owned by Olivier Horvath, the seven year-old son of Kenya du Pont-Gypsilore has earned 13.4SEK million and has a speed mark of 1.10kr. The field now shows as follows with five starting slots remaining to be filled. Elitloppet 2015 Accepted Invitees Timoko - FR Maven - USA On Track Piraten - SWE Digital Ink - SWE Wind Of the North - USA BBS Sugarlight - NO Support Justice - N Nahar - SWE Voltigeur de Myrt - FR Magic Tonight - SWE Univers de Pan - FE Thomas H. Hicks

May 20, 2015 - Jos. Verbeeck reined the J-M Bazire trained Vinci de l’Abbaye (6m Otello Pierji-Kyboumette) to victory in today’s fifth leg of the harness racing Gr. III Grand National du Trot Paris-Turf (€90,000 purse, 2825 meters distance handicap, 15 national starters). Timed in 1.14.4kr (off slow fractions) over the 2850 handicap distance, the winner scored at 9.8/1 as he rushed to the line with authority. Bazire was second with the winner’s stablemate Ave Axis (5m Kesaco Phedo-Magna Avis) at 2.7/1 over 2825 meters. Uvevering du Gile (7m Iton du Gite-Bauxite Docain) was third at 53/1 for P-Y Verva covering 2825 meters. Favorite Un Vert d’Ouest was fourth. This race was today’s Q+ with a €4.1 million jackpot. Total win-place handle on the event was over €917,000. The Prix d’Arras (€30,000 purse, monte, 2825 meters, 17 European starters) went to the fast closing, barefoot Paola Fks (5f Naglo-Etoile Bi) at 7.5/1 for Eric Raffin. Philippe Bengala trains this winner clocked in a quick 1.12.6kr, owned in Italy. 41/1 Holland invader Compleet Weil (6g Dream Vacation-Joan Jackson) for Alexis Garaadeau was second. Johan C. Bot trains this competitor for owner Wilderbeek. Urban de Bruyere (7g Himo Josselyn-Marylane de Fellou) was third at 6/1 for Francois Lagadeuc. Dellvann (8g Dell Ridge Image-Elusive Muse) took the Prix Henri Sion (€26,000 purse, 2825 meters, 16 European starters) for Francois Lecanu at 3.8/1 odds. Jorgen Westholm trains the winner for SWE owner Stall Stabil HB. 18/1 Soupir de Blary (9m Look de Star-Kassandre de Blary) was next for trainer/driver Antoine-Alain Barassin and owner Ecurie Franck Anne. Third was earned by Tsar de Grammont (8m Likeable River-Folies de Grammont) at 7/1 for Eric Raffin and trainer Vincent Lacroix. At Marseille-Borely the Prix de la Motte d’Aigues (€20,000 purse, 2300 meters autostart, nine entrants) went to 9.4/1 Classe d’Urzy (3f Saxo de Vandel-Tessa d’Urzy) with trainer Mikael Cormy up. The winner scored in 1.16.7kr to defeat 2.2/1 Caliita Wood (3f Goetmals Wood-Qualita Bourbon) for owner Jean-Pierre Dubois and trained by Yves Boireau. The dam, by Love You-Etta Extra-Florestan, was a winner of over US$1.8 million and at age five third in Prix d’Amerique. Previously at age three and four she won the Criterium des Jeunes, Prix de l’Etoile, Prix Roquepine, Prix de Selection, Criterium Continental and Grand Prix de UET. Favorite 1.2/1 Cocomoko (3m Imoko-Kiss Me Coulonces) for owner/trainer Richard Westerink. This one is a full brother to Timoko, the 2014 Elitloppet victor. Thomas H. Hicks

Belina Josselyn (4f Love You-Lezira Josselyn-Workaholic) scored a 1.14.6kr victory in tonight’s harness racing Gr. III Prix Heraclite (€80,000 purse, 2700 meters, 12 European four year-old female starters). The 1.9/1 favorite was teamed by trainer J-M Bazire for Ecurie Yvon Bernard. Bazire and Belina Josselyn closed quickly to score the third straight win, now for career earnings of €121,230. Beautes de Bailly (4f Vivaldi de Chenu-Oceane de Bailly) was second at 14/1 for Franck Nivard for trainer Bruno Bourgoin, with third to Bergame Madrik (4f Prince d’Espace-Houlba de Pouline) at 61/1 for reinsman Francois Lagadeuc.   Beau Gamin (4m Quinoa du Gers-Cadette) staged a rousing stretch drive to win the Prix Camilla (€80,000 purse, Gr. III European for four year-old males, 12 starters) clocked in 1.14.3kr for Eric Raffin. The trainer is Fabrice Souloy for owner Ecurie J. Michel Rancoule. Beguin Meslois (4m Roc Meslois-Ingenlosite) was a 3/1 second for trainer/driver Pierre Belloche ahead of Biwa Nectar (4m Nectar-Nike) at 15/1 for Franck Nivard. The winner increased his lifetime earnings to €225,190. The Vincennes feature this day was the Gr. II Prix Kalmia (€120,000 purse, 2175 meters, nine three year-old starters) and 4/5 favorite Captain Crazy (3m Quaro-Quick Scarlet) was an impressive open lengths winner clocked in 1.12.7kr . He scored victory number five in six career starts for trainer Fabrice Souloy, owner Ecurie le Tremont and reinsman Tony LeBeller. Today’s win increased his earnings to €138,600. Second was Canari Match (3m Extreme Aunou-Ruelle d’Ostral) at 5/1 for Franck Ouvrie ahead of Cocktail Meslois (3m Roc Meslois-Ocarina Mesloise) and trainer/driver Pierre Belloche at 23/1. This day at Hyeres their featured Prix Marisol (€32,000 purse, 2750 meters, 12 starters) went to 4.6/1 odds Tempo de Carless (8m Grisdi de Carless-Joie de Carless) clocked in 1.15.4kr for David Bekaert for trainer/owner Philippe Mortagne. The victory raised the winner’s earnings to €305,580. 9.8/1 Saphir des Loups (9g Millenium Wood-Grais du Debuche) was next for trainer/driver Nicolas Ensch ahead of 5/1 Reve d’Ete (10g Hulk des Champs-Grande Justice) and trainer/driver Junior Guelpa. Thomas Hicks  

May 18, 2015 - Black (4g Islero de Bellouet-Okita) took today’s featured Prix de Fleury dur Orne (€25,000 purse, 2200 meters autostart, 13 starters) for harness racing driver/trainer Franck Nivard and owner Ecurie Comte P. de Montesson, clocked in 1.13.1kr. The two length winner was off at 9/10 odds and defeated 12/1 Brooklyn Bond (4g Defi d’Aunou-Joliette d’Atout) with Gabrielle Gelormini up. 4/1 Brooks (4m Sam Bourbon-Rabelle) was third for Pierre Vercruysse and trainer Ronny Kuiper. Tomorrow nights’ Vincennes card features three graded events, races one through three: Prix Heraclite €80,000 purse Gr. III Prix Camilla, €80,000. Gr. III Prix Kalmia, €120,000, Gr. II Thomas H. Hicks

On a beautiful day in Budapest the Kincsem Park card showcased two major harness racing events of the 2015 trotting season. The Nemzeti DIJ (purse 2,000,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap, three and four year-olds National) went to Tonnyo (3m Incredible Cole-Intelligent Star-Oaklea Bluejay) at 3.5/1 odds clocked in 1.19.4kr for reinsman Laszlo Kolozsi, also trainer for owner Kulik Farm Kft. The winner traveled 1960 meters to defeat 2000 meterpenalized Salihamidzio (4m Wall Street Banker-Heliko-Awesome Goal) driven by Mitja Slavic for trainer Lajor Marten and owner Amma Kft. Tornado Cole (3m Incredible Cole-Baby Yankee-Yankee Class) was third also owned by Kulik Farm and driven by Sandor Turbucz for conditioner Laszlo Kolozsi.  The Faust DIJ (1,000,000Huf purse, 1800 meters autostart) for open trotters went to 3.9/1 Romi Mms (5f Turbo Sund-Goldy LB-Self Possessed) driven by trainer Mitja Slavic for owner Equine Ms. Timed in a sharp 1.14.1kr the winner took over from tiring pacesetter and favorite Lambert Sas and drew off to a six length score. Reste Premier (10g Laetenter Diem-Certitude Bertirs) was second for Istvan Papp at 14/1 over 15/1 Odile Grif (7f Love You-Clivia LB-Baltic Speed) with Antonio Finetti in the bike. Replay follows: The next Friday evening racing and entertainment festival is May 22 when the trots, gallop and greyhounds will go postward. Two weeks ago the initial Friday action drew a large youthful audience. Be there: Thomas H. Hicks

May 16, 2015 - Magic Tonight earned an Elitloppet race spot after an impressive V75 Gold victory a few days ago. The Roger Walmann trainee is a six year-old stallion by Andover Hall-Miss Possessed and has earnings in excess of 6.1SEK million with a 1.09.3kr speed record. He will represent SWE in the 2015 Elitloppet and is now the 11th acceptance among the 16 spots in the race. The field so far is shown below: Timoko Maven On Track Piraten Digital Ink Wind Of The North B.B.S Sugarlight Aladin d'Ecajeul Support Justice Voltigeur de Myrt Nahar Magic Tonight   Thomas H. Hicks

Bret Boko (7g Yankee Glide-Simb Capi-Probe) took today’s €110,000 purse Finlandia AJO at Vermo racecourse, Helsinki Finland in gate to wire fashion over 1609 meters autostart. The Gr. I UET Masters International event had eight starters after two scratches. Bret Boko was off at 14.1 on Fintoto and 33/1 on PMU as Ari Moilanen teamed the winner with confidence clocked in 1.12.15kr for trainer Markku Nieminen and owner Stable Bet on Bet. Vincennes (7f Spotlite Lobell-Kina Trot-Firm Tribute) was second at 7/1 (PMU) for trainer Fabrice Souloy and reinsman Orjan Kihlstrom, with a late outside rush, with third to a boxed in Univers du Pan (7m Kenya du Pont-Gypsilore-Pan de le Vaudere) with trainer Philippe Daugeard aboard. He was the 2014 race winner. Italy’s Pascia’Lest was fourth. Univers du Pan appeared to have much left but could not escape from behind the winner as no passing lane exists at Vermo. Oasis Bi ended unplaced after contesting early and Moving On also tired after a no-cover effort for Franck Nivard. Thomas H. Hicks  

Smeralda Jet (4f Giganty Neo-Ticket To Ride-Nevele Pride-JJs Springsong) took today’s €45,100 Gran Premio San Paolo at Montegiorgio Italy, scoring by two lengths, clocked in 1.13kr, for harness racing driver Antonio DiNardo. Her second dam is by Speedy Crown-Keystone Adele-Hickory Pride-Adelaide Rodney. The winner gained the front with 1000 meters to go in the 1600 meters autostart event after being first up. Pocketed Spinello Jet (4f Ken Warkentin-Isolde Jet-Supergill) was a good second with third to Shasa ) 4m Zinzan Brooke Tur-Iosi di Ceo-Toss Out). Thomas H. Hicks

May 16, 2015 - Three top trots graced today’s Aby card conducted on a sloppy surface. The Gr. I International Queens Cup for four year old mares (940,960SEK, US$114,202 to the winner) was raced over 2140 meters autostart. Perretti Farms bred Ruby Crown (4f Explosive Matter-Ruby Crown-Incredible Nevele-Crown Thy Good-Speedy Crown ) took the prize clocked in 1.13.3kr for Johnny Takter, driving for owner/trainer Stefan Melander. Ruby Trap’s career slate is now 12 9-1-0 for 1,205,700SEK and she is 5 4-1-0 in 2015. Jetta Palema (4f Symphonic Hanover-Fantasi Palema-Alf Palema) was second for Erik Adielsson and trainer Par Hedberg. This one was bred by Karl-Erik Bender and is owned by Stall Palema. Barka (4f Enjoy Lavec-Juxtapose-Credit Winner) secured third for Tony Wallin and trainer Kjell Wallin. The Konung Gustaf Pokal (Gr. I International Kings Plate) for four year old males was conducted over 2140 meters autostart, also for first money of 940,960SEK. The winner, in a close battle, was Volstead (4m Cantab Hall-Madame Volo-Yankee Glide) teamed by Orjan Kihlstrom for trainer Melander and owner Stall TZ timed in 1.12.7kr. Bred by Arden Homestead and A.J. Skoglund, the winner now has a career slate of 14 7-1-0 for 1,230,750SEK earned. Second was Spartan Kronos (4m Muscle Hall-Dame Kronos-King Conch) for trainer/driver Conrad Lugauer and clocked same as the winner. Cash Gamble (4m Ready Cash-No Way Back-Viking Kronos) was a solid third for trainer/driver Per Lennartsson. The Jerry Riordan trained, Lisa Riordan owned and Guida Italia Srl bred Sylvester America (4m Varenne-Armbro Voice-Garland Lobell) ended fourth. The V-75 Gold Division Algot Scotts Minne (150,000SEK to winner, 1609 meters autostart) was clocked in a quick 1.10.5kr by winner Magic Tonight (6m Andover Hall-Miss Possessed-Self Possessed) with Kihlstrom up for trainer Roger Walmann. This winner of now 18 races in 53 starts for 6,132,316SEK career earnings was bred in North America by Libfeld and Katz. Veteran Reven d’Amour (10m Revenue-Melody d’Amour-Super Arnie) was second for Ulf Olsson and trainer Fredrik B. Larsen. This one is a 22 time winner from 85 starts for 6,566,936SEK earned. El Mago Pellini (6m Chocolatier-My Intuition-Andover Hall-CR Kay Suzie-Royal Troubador) was third for Lutfi Kolgjini. Thomas H. Hicks

May 15, 2015 - Ustie Haufor (7f Niky-Lara du Houlbet) took the Quinte+ (jackpot €3.85 million) this night at Paris-Vincennes for Charles J. Bigeon, driving for Christian Bigeon (owner/trainer) clocked in 1.11.9kr over the 2100 meter autostart course. The race was the Prix Cetus (€52,000 purse, 15 starters) and the winner scored at 5.8/1 odds. The short odds top finishers caused the non-jackpot payoff to be a modest €2,110. Unbridled Charm (7m Password-Intense Action) was second at 2.2/1 for Julien Dubois, driving for trainer Philippe Moulin and owner Ecurie Victoria Dreams. Vodka du Wallon ended third for J-M Bazire at 3/1. On the same card the Prix Jacques de Saint Saureur (€72,000 purse, 2700 meters, 13 European starters) went to United Back (7m Ni Ho Ped d’Ombree-Pearl Back) for trainer/driver J-M Bazire at 2.4/1. Duke of Greenwood (5m Otello Pierji-Nikki Groenhof) was second at 3.5/1 for reinsman Hugo Langeweg Jr. up for trainer Peter J. Strooper and owner Michael Rothengatter of Holland. 14/1 Vicomte Boufarcaux was third for teamster Anthony Barrier. Thomas H. Hicks

Today sported the UET Masters Series Gr. II Prix des Ducs de Normandie (€150,000 purse, 2450 meters, 14 entrants) that was also a special €10 million Quinte+ jackpot. A packed harness racing  audience was on-hand on a sunny, warm day at Caen. Last year’s winner Roi du Lupin (10g Fleuron Perrine-Helia de Saint Pol) again was the feature race winner clocked in 1.12.8kr, at 3.4/1 odds, for driver J-P Bazire and owner trainer J-P Marmion. Bazire had the Roi du Lupin, now with 29 career wins in 91 outings for €2,031,645, away alertly and took over from early pacemaker Africaine that secured the pocket. Aladin d’Ecajeul was parked with cover fourth and made a move on the leader off the last bend and faded to finish 12th. Africaine also yielded to end 10th and Swedishman showed little to finish 13th. Uprince was a dq for a miscue. In the late going 39/1 Ramsey du Ham (10g Indy de Vive-Ufania du Buisson) closed stoutly to be second for Mathieu Abrivard with 26/1 Une Fille d’Amour (7f Infgant du Bossis-Never So Great) third for David Thomain. Uhlan du Val at 48/1 and Beckman at 33/1 were fourth and fifth. Starters: Uranie Lorraine, P-A Rynwalt-Boulard Satin d’Avril, Guillaume Lizee Saphir de Fille, Anthony Barrier Africaine, Pierre Vercruysse Uprince, Franck Nivard Ramsey du Ham, Mathieu Abrivard Texas de l’Iton, Tristan de Genouillac Beckman (SWE), Roberto Andreghetti Une Fille d’Amour, David Thomain Aladin d’Ecajeul, Eric Raffin – Elitloppet invitee Swedishman, Thierry Duvaldestin Uhlan du Val, Cedrik Megissier Reve de Beylev, Gabrielle Gelormini Roi du Lupin, J-M Bazire Thomas H. Hicks

May 13, 2015 - The Caen harness card today included the Prix Henri Balliere (Gr. II monte, €120,000 purse, 2450 meters, 11 starta cingers after one scratch) that showcased recent double winner Booster Winner (4m Love You-Quille Viretaute), with Eric Raffin up for Sebastien Guarato, trainer. But, this day Booster Winner had little kick after a good in-behind trip that saw him settled third and fourth throughout. Best of Jets (4m Magnificent Rodney-Plume Jets) rallied strongly off the final bend to score comfortably at 7.6/1 odds clocked in a good 1.12.4kr by two lengths over the 3/5 favorite Booster Winner. Francois Lagadeuc rode the winner for Jean-Michel Baudouin, trainer, with Best of Jets winning for the fourth career time in 25 starts. Third went to Biscuit Delavera (4m Ludo de Castelle-Neva du Rosier) piloted by Clement Frecelle for trainer J-L Bigeon, off at 18/1. Starters: Blooma d’Heripre, Franck Nivard Buckingham Park, Mathieu Abrivard Bingo Star, Adrien Lamy Bergame Madrik, Alexandre Abrivard Bourbon Somolli, David Thomain Brise de l’Alba, P-Y Verva Biscuit Delavera, Clement Frecelle Best of Jets, Francois Lagadeuc Bocage d’Ortige, Yoann Lebourgeois Beauty Turgot, Anthony Barrier Booster Winner, Eric Raffin The Gr. I monte Saint-Leger des Trotteurs (€150,000 purse, 2450 meters, 13 starters after one scratch) also was featured at Caen. Six were disqualified for miscues but the 4/5 favorite took victory. Che Jenilou (3m Goetmals Wood-Pirogue Jenilou) scored by eight lengths for pilot Eric Raffin, trainer Sebastian Guarato and owner Antonio De Sousa, clocked in 1.15.3kr. The winner recorded career win number four in nine appearances. 17.6/1 Conga (3f Goetmals Wood-See You Soon) was second for Damien Bonne, also trainer, ahead of 22/1 Cargese de Blary (3f Prince d’Espace-Ines de Blary) with Mathieu Abrivard up. Starters Camerone, Wilfried Jehanne Copernic, Antoine Wiels Caline de Faco, Julien Raffestin Cosette, P-Y Verva Concorde, Franck Nivard Caennaise, Camille Levesque Conga, Damien Bonne Cash Phil, Yoann Lebourgeois Cobra, David Thomain Captain Lyl, Elisabeth Allaire Cargese de Blary, Mathieu Abrivard Colibri Madrik, Adrien Lamy Corsica, Anne Barthelemy Che Jenilou, Eric Raffin This day at Marseille-Borely the Prix de Marignane (€32,000 purse, 2300 meters autostart, 12 starters) went to Truman Dairpet (8g Biesolo-Heloise Poterie) at 5/2 odds for trainer/driver Nicolas Ensch. The 2.7/1 Univers Love (7m Love You-Harazina) was second for trainer/driver Mikael Cormy ahead of 7/2 Tonight Cam (8m Orlando Vici-Nouba Vinoir) with trainer Yannick A. Briand aboard. The winner was clocked in 1.13.3kr. The Prix de Septemes Les Vallons (€19,000 purse, 2300 meters autostart, eight starters) was clocked in 1.15.9kr by the winner Cloane du Vivier (3f Repeat Love-Royale du Vivier) at 2.8/1 for Nicolas Ensch. This one is trainer by Y-A Briand for well-respected breeder/owner Jean Yves Lecuyer. Second at 1.8/1 was very well-bred Calita Wood (3f Goetmals Wood-Qualita Bourbon) that is owned/bred by Jean Pierre Dubois and reined by trainer Yves Boireau. Trainer Briand drove the third place horse, Cirrus de Banville (3m Rieussec-Perle de Vonnas), off at 5/2 odds. Thomas H. Hicks

Former Elitloppet winner Nahar (SWE) and Voltigeur de Myrt were added to the Elitloppet field today. Stall Sedin’s Nahar, a gelded son of Love You, won last weekend’s V75 Gold impressively for Robert Bergh. Nahar has banked 11.4SEK million. Voltigeur de Myrt is a six year-old son of Opus Viervil, owned and trained by Roberto Donati. He has competed at the highest international levels and earned 8.9SEK million. The Elitloppet 2015 field is shown below with six entrants still to be confirmed. Timoko, FR Maven, US On Track Piraten, SWE Digital Ink, SWE Wind Of The North, US BBS Starlight, NO Aladin d’Ecajeul, FR Support Justice, NO Nahar, SWE Voltigeur de Myrt, FR Thomas H Hicks

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