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A group of fine harness racing four and five year olds contested the Gr. III Prix Gras Savoye Willis Towers Watson at Vincennes (purse 70,000€, 2100 meters autostart, European eligibles) and 7.8/1 odds Gallant Way (4m Ready Cash-Queen Flore) emerged victorious with a powerful stretch run handled by Anthony Barrier for trainer Philippe Allaire. The handsome winner scored for the seventh time in his career for 281,600€ earned. He was bred and is owned by the great legendary journalist Jacques Pauc. Race time was 1.11.6kr. 14/1 For You Madrik (5m Up and Quick) was second with Eric Raffin driving for trainer J.L. Bigeon and owner Joel Seche. 119/1 Flora Quick (5f Prodigious) was third for Gabriele Gelormini. 18/1 Golden Bridge and 9/1 IDS Boko completed the top five/ Gallant Way   Fast class aged performers battled in the Prix Reverdy (purse 49,000€, 2100 meters autostart) and 13/1 odds Ferrari BR (7m Muscles Yankee-Bauxite) scored with Alexandre Abrivard at the lines for trainer Jean Michel Bazire and owner Team Ferrari. This was Ferrari’s first win in France and it advanced his life earnings to 279,040€. 15/1 Sobel Conway (7g Conway Hall-Jasmine Broline) was second for Nicolas Bazire and trainer JMB. JMB was third teaming his trainee Victor Ferm (6m Nad Al Sheba) that was the 9/10 favorite. 16/1 Confidence and 30/1 Altea du Piencourt followed the first three. Ferrari BR LeTrot files/photos Thomas H. Hicks

The 6.3/1 Diable de Vauvert (7m Prince d’Espace-Pop Star) ralled top win today’s Prix de Bretagne (Prix d’Amerique ZeTurf Qualifier 1, Gr. II International, 2700 meters, 95,000€, 18 starters) at Paris-Vincennes timed in 1.12.8kr (1.14.3kr at the 1500 to go mark, 1.13kr at the 1000, 1.12.9kr with 500 meters remaining) Gabriele Gelormini teamed this Bertrand LeBeller trainee that won for the 11th time for 542,290€ in life earnings and earned his Amerique invitation. The 6.4/1 Feliciano (5m Ready Cash-Ravenella) was second for David Thomain, trainer Philippe Allaire and Ecurie des Charmes. 46/1 Bahia Quesnot (9f Scipion du Goutier-Queen Ines) was third handled by her trainer Junior Guelpa. 24/1 Fakire du Lorault, 133/1 Carat Williams, 20/1 Tony Gio and 9/1 Feerie Wood completed the top seven. It was a blanket finish. There was five dq’s – late leading Valzer di Poggio, Calle Crown, Erming d’Oliverie and Delia du Pommereux.  Diable de Vauvert Vidéo replay-2020-11-22-VINCENNES-C4 (letrot.com) LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

The 3/10 favorite Ganay de Banville (4m Jasmin de Flore-Anais de Banville) took this day’s Prix Paris Turf at Laval (purse 31,000€, 2850 meters, four year olds, LeTrot Open des Regions Anjou Maine) clocked in 1.14.2kr. Owner/trainer Jean Michel Bazire was aboard this now seven time career winner of 110,830€. He was handicapped 25 meters as was second finishing and 6/1 odds Gaja Tejy (4m Atlas de Joudes) handled by Christophe Chalon. Third was 18/1 Glorieux (4g Severino) for owner/trainer/driver Mathieu Mottier. Ganay de Banville LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Cruseo d’Anama (8g Ni Ho Ped d’Ombree-Jarifa d’Em) took today’s 12th Leg of the Grand National du Trot Paris Turf (Gr. III, purse 75,000€, 3000 meters distance handicap) at 2/1 odds. Timed in 1.13.9kr the now eight-time winner in 98 starts was reined by trainer Jean Michel Bazire. The Mario Xuereb owned performer now has life earnings of 329,350€. The 5.8/1 odds Et Voila de Muze (6m Royal Dream) was second for driver Eric Raffin and trainer Sebastien Guarato. 26/1 Fashion Queen (5f Ready Cash) took third with Francois Lagadeuc aboard for trainer Philippe Allaire. 50/1 Blues d’Ourville and 14/1 Desir Castelets completed the top five. This was the Quinte+ race of the day with the exact order payoff of 8,117.40€ to 79 winning tickets. The Q+ pool reached 3,093,959€. Crusoe d’Anama On the same card was the Prix du PMU de Narval (purse 23,000€, 3000 meters) with that victory earned by 2.2/1 odds Headline (3f Brillantissime-Mara Bourbon) clocked in 1.15.8kr. Owner Jean Pierre Dubois teamed the winner that Kevin Vanderschelden trains. She now has 11 career wins in 20 starts for over 130,000€earned. The 15/1 Health Mesloise (3f Prince Gede) was second and the 9/10 favorite Heaven’s Pride (3m Brillantissime) was third. Headline LeTrot, PMU files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Tomorrow 16 trotters line up for the 12th leg of the Gr. III GNT Paris-Turf (purse 75,000€, 3000 meters distance handicap) at Nantes, France. Fakir du Lorault is the likely choice and he starts from a 25-meter handicap with Francois Lecanu driving. Duel du Gers also starts with a 25-meter penalty and he enters off a five-race win streak. Drole de Jet is in the field starting with a 50-meter handicap. Below is the full lineup. LeTrot files by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

This day’s action at Laval in France featured the Grand Prix de la Ville de Laval (purse 50,000€, 2850 meters, European eligibles) and 6.7/1 Diable de Vauvert  (7m Prince d’Espace-Pop Star) scored in 1.12.5kr with Gabriele Gelormini up for trainer Bertrand LeBeller. This 25-meter handicapped winner was bred by and is owned by Franck Lemuet. Diable won his tenth in a career that has yielded 477,040€ in earnings. 26/1 Donuts Deladou (7g Baccarat du Pont) and 6.6/1 Dayana Berry (7f Scipion du Goutier) trailed the winner with fourth to the 25-meter handicapped Jerry Mom (7m Ready Cash). Diable de Vauvert On the Laval undercard was the Prix Albert et Raymond Poitevin (purse 28,000€, 2850 meter distance handicap, three year olds) and 5.5/1 odds Headline (3f Brillantissime-Mara Bourbon) scored in 1.15kr overcoming her 25-meter handicap. Owner Jean Pierre Dubois was at the lines for trainer Kevin Vanderschelden for this 10th career victory now for 126,420€ earned. Ecurie Dream With Me bred Headline. Her dam is the exceptional Mara Bourbon, an 18th time career winner of 1,657,405€. The 20/1 odds and 25-meter handicapped Hakim Griff (3m Brillantissime) was second and third home was 3/10 favorite Hobbes (3m Niky). Owner/driver JPD won for the 14th time in 2020 as a driver in 72 starts. Headline The prior day at Charalaillon-la-Rochelle was the Grand Prix Dynavena Maisagri (purse 41,000€, 2600 meters distance handicap, European, Circuit des Grandes du Sud Ouest). Here the 8.8/1 Dancelli (9g Norvelous Hanover-New Winning) scored for Eric Audebert clocked in 1.12.2kr after a pocket trip. Olivier Raffin is his trainer for Camel Benkheira as Dancelli won for the first time in France and advanced his lifetime earnings to 139,460€. 1.3/1 Holy Water (5m Pastor Stephen) was second ahead of 13/1 and 25-meter handicapped Daelia de Vandel (7f Ready Cash). Dancelli LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H Hicks, for Harnesslink  

The 12/1 odds Cash du Rib (6g Ready Cash-Quille Castelets) took the Grand Prix du Centre-Est at Lyon a la Soie. J.L. Cl. Dersoir teamed this Ecurie Rib campaigner to his sixth career win for life earnings to 417,010€. He was clocked in 1.13.8kr. Second was the 4.8/1 odds Ble du Gers (9g Quinoa du Gers-Moorea) overcoming a 25-meter handicap and timed in 1.13.2kr. J.M. Rancoule owns this one that campaigned in Scandinavia all summer. The 1,2/1 favorite Alcoy (6m Ready Cash-Divann) was third handled by Christophe Martens for Ceke Farm Bvba. 2.7/1 Dreambreaker (7g Offshore Dream-Brooke Boko) held fourth for Nicolas Bazire. Cash du Rib On October 28 at Vincennes is the next top -level event and possibly includes several that will progress to the 2021 Prix d’Amerique: PRIX DES CEVENNES 75 000€  purse Groupe III - Attelé - 2850m - Grande piste, Européan Pour 6 à 10 ans inclus, ayant gagné au moins 160.000, mais pas 1.200.000. The Vincennes Winter Meet commences October 28 and runs through March 6. The Gr. I events during that time frame are listed below plus there are six Prix d’Amerique qualifying races with those dates shown after the Gr. I dates. Groupe I Critérium des 3 Ans : December 20, 2020 Critérium Continental : December 27, 2020 Prix de Vincennes : Decxember 27, 2020 Prix de l'île-de-France : January 7 2021 Grand Prix de Cornulier : January 24, 2021 Grand Prix d'Amérique : January 31, 2021 Grand Prix de France : February 14, 2021 Prix des Centaures : February 14, 2021 Critérium des Jeunes : February 21, 2021 Grand Prix de Paris : February 28, 2021 Prix de Sélection : March 6, 2021 The Prix d’Amerique preps: Prix Bretagne, Gr. II International, purse 95,000€, 2700 meters; November 22, 2020 Prix Bourbonnair, Gr. International, purse 95,000€, 2860 meters, December 13, 2020 Criterium Continental, Gr. I, purse 170,000€, 2100 meters autostart, December 27, 2020 Prix Tenor de Baune, Gr. II International, purse 85,000€, 2700 meters, December 27, 2020 Prix Bourgogne, Gr. II International, purse 95,000€, 2100 meters autostart, January 3, 2021 Prix Belgique, Gr. II International, purse 95,000€, 2850 meters, January 17, 2021 LeTrot files/photo by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

The Prix Louis Couchors (Gr. III, 50,000€ purse, 2200 meters, two-year old males) began the groupe action this day at the Hippodrome Paris-Vincennes and the 5/10 favorite Ideal Ligneries (2m Repeat Love-Ouragame) scored impressively in 1.15.7kr for reinsman Franck Nivard. Ecurie de Tremont owns the winner and Philippe Billard is the trainer. She remains unbeaten in five starts now for 72.450€ earned. 3.2/1 Igui Danica (2m Boccador de Simm-Sellina Blue) was second with Eric Raffin up for Ecurie Normandy Spirit and trainer Philippe Allaire. Third home was 38/1 Invincible de Bry (2m Bold Eagle-Trade) for trainer/driver Romain Derieux and owner Mauricette DeSousa. Ideal Ligneries The Prix Marcel Dejean (Gr. III, 50,000€ purse, 2200 meters, two-year old females) saw 1.3/1 odds It’s Now Or Never (2f Charly du Noyer-Deep Purple) score in 1.16.2kr with Yoann Lebourgeois at the lines for breeder/trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Gitte Poulsen-Allaire. She now has a 3-2-0 slate in five appearances for 62,350€ earned. The 2.1/1 odds Italienne (2f Goetmals Wood-Doceanide) was second with David Thomain teaming for trainer Allaire and owner Kevin Tebirent and breeder Marvin Tebirent. 21/1 Ile Aux Moines (2f Cristal Money-Myssia de Lou) took third with Benoit Robin up. It’s Now Or Never The Prix Pierre Van Troyen (Gr. III, purse 70,000€, 2850 meters, 4-5 year olds) went to Feydeau Seven (5m Redeo Josselyn-Unanime Seven) at 2.1/1 odds and timed in 1.12.4kr. Nicolas Bazire was the pilot for trainer Jean Michel Bazire and owner Alexandre Skowronski as Feydeau won his 11th in a career that has earned now 270,510€. This was also the 100th career driving victory for Nicolas in 792 starts. 8.2/1 odds Fun Quick (5m Carpe Diem-Activity Quick) was second, handled by Matthieu Abrivard for Ecurie Quick Star and trainer Maik Esper. Third was Favorite Fligny (5f Rockfeller Center-Africa Fligny) for J.G. Van Eeckhaute. Feydeau Seven LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

The game veteran harness racing trotter Bugsy Malone (9g Ready Cash-Night Captain) took the Gr. III Prix de la Ville de Caen (purse 55,000€, 4400 meters distance handicap. International) overcoming his 50-meter penalty. Yoann Lebourgeois teamed the Philippe Allaire trainee that he also owns. This was his 32nd career victory now for 1,023,180€ earned. He was off at 7.2/1 odds and defeated the 8/10 favorite Brillant Madrik (9g Lilium Madrik-Made In Coulonces) with Alexandre Abrivard up and the 27/1 odds third finishing Digne et Droit (7m The Best Madrik-Plenty Pocket) handled by Anthony Barrier. Bugsy Malone On October 14 at Angers was the GNT Paris-Turf 11th Leg (purse 75,000€, 3100 meters) and the 5/10 favorite Elie de Beaufour (6g Royal Dream-Rignata) scored in 1.14.7kr with trainer Jean Michel Bazire up, his 18th career victory for 329.100€ earned. Fakir du Lorault (5m Vaillant Cash) was second with Francois Lecanu up at 4/1 overcoming a 25-meter handicap. 21/1 Contree d’Erable (8f Prince Gede) was third for David Thomain. The next GNT leg is November 4 at Nantes with Elie the series post leader so far.     Elie de Beaufour On October 13 at Vincennes was the Gr. III monte Prix Phact (purse 55,000€, 2700 meters, three-year olds). The 3.7/1 odds Houston de Blary (3m Bird Parker-Annaba de Blary) scored timed in 1.15.3kr with Eric Raffin in the irons for trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Franky Defosse. Houston won for the fifth time in his career for 83,100€ earned. The 4.1/1 Hope On Victory (3f Boostger Winner) and 14/1 Hector des Champs (3m Prince d’Espace) followed the winner to the line. Houston de Blary LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

The Gr. III Prix Timocharis (purse 60,000€, 2750 meters, three year olds) was on stage October 20 at Paris-Vincennes and the 3/10 favorite Hohneck (3m Royal Dream-Caranca) scored in 1.14.7kr. Yoann Lebourgeois reined this Philippe Allaire owned trainee that J.P. Guay bred. Hohneck won for the seventh time in his career for 163,090€ earned and it was his third straight victory. The long shot at 35/1 Heartbreaker One (3m Alto de Viette) was second for trainer/driver Luc Roelens, with third to 12/1 Hussard du Landret (3m Bird Parker-Anakine du Bellay) handled by trainer/driver Benoit Robin. Hohneck The Prix Isara (purse 67,000€, 2850 meters distance handicap) for upper level campaigners saw 25-meter penalized and 6.4/1 odds Anzi des Liards (10g Look de Star-Nausicaa du Sud) rally to win timed in 1.12.7kr for trainer/driver Romain Derieux and owner Richard Padovani. Anzi won for the 17th time in his storied career for 867,780€ earned. The 1.4/1 Fire Cracker (5g Quaro-Urganza) was second with Eric Raffin up for Ecurie La Pensonniere and trainer Gregory Thorel. Third was 1.5/1 odds Freyja du Pont (5f Quinoa du Gers-Parade du Pont) with trainer Jean Michel Bazire. His trainee Davidson du Pont was unplaced with Franck Ouvrie up. Anzi des Liards On October 22 at Cabourg was the Prix de Percy (purse 25,000€, 2050 meters autostart) and even-money favorite Follow Dream (5m Royal Dream-Vita Dream-Password) held gamely to win in 1.13.1kr for Jean Philippe Dubois. JPHD bred this Philippe Moulin trainee for his Ecurie Victoria Dreams.  Follow Dream won for the 11th time in his career now for 120,840€ earned. On the same card there were two races for two-year olds and Jean Pierre Dubois teamed a pair. He finished third for In America (2m Ready Cash-Nina Madrik-In Love With Me) and second with In Between Us (2f Bold Eagle-Conquete A Deux), both of which he owns. Follow Dream LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Helgafell (3m Charly du Noyer-Baaria), off at 8/10 favorite odds, captured the Gr. I Championnat Europeen des 3 Ans (purse 100,000€, 2100 meters autostart) at Paris-Vincennes with Eric Raffin up for trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Ecurie Normandy Spirit. Marial Turbiaux bred the winner that posted his ninth career harness racing victory now for 356,400€ earned. Race time was 1.13.9kr. The 22/1 Hanna des Molles (3f Village Mystic-Ultimate Jet) took second for Alexandre Abrivard, trainer L.Cl. Abrivard and owner J.L. Baraud. 11/1 odds Wilds West Diamant (3m Muscle Hill-Mustangs Sally) was third for pilot Robin Bakker and trainer Paul Hagoort. 16/1 Custom Cheval (3m Farifant-La Brosse) was fourth for Jean Michel Bazire, ahead of Kuyt F. Boko (3m Conway Hall-Gala dei Bessi) with Matthieu Abrivard at the lines for trainer Hagoort. Helgafell The Gr. I Championnat Europeen des 5 Ans (purse 100,000€, 2100 meters autostart) went to 13/1 odds Feerie Wood (5f Rockfeller Center-Vive Fee) clocked in 1.12.9kr with Alexandre Abrivard the pilot and owner for trainer L.Cl. Abrivard. This mare was bred by Ecurie D and now has six career wins for 285,000€ in lifetime earnings. The 5/10 favorite Feliciano (5m Ready Cash-Ravenella) was second for David Thomain, trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Ecurie des Charmes. 3.5/1 Fairplay d’Urzy (5m Ready Cash-Romaine d’Urzy) took third for trainer/driver Jean Michel Bazire and Ecuie Marechal. The 77/1 A Sweet Dance (5f Maharajah-Sugar Step) was a fast closing fourth for Alexis Prat, trainer Anders Lindqvist and owner S. Kristenssons Akerie AB. Feydeau Seven, Stoletheshow and Msiter F Daag completed the top seven. Feerie Wood  LeTrot, PMU files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Power (4m Googoo Gaagaa-La Vici) rallied to win today’s Grand Prix de L’Uet (purse 400,000€, 2100 meters autostart) at Vincennes at 21/1 odds. Trainer Robert Bergh teamed the winner for In The Zone AB timed in 1.11.2kr. Power won for the 12th time in 25 career starts now for 806,491€ earned. 45/1 Green Grass (4f Bold Eagle-Tootsie Smiling) was a close second for Mathieu Mottier, trainer Sebastien Guarato and owner Sebastien DeWulf, and 68/1 Guzz Mearas (4m Muscle Mass-Intensity Kronos) was third for trainer/driver Johan Untersteiner and Stall Kennys. The 9/1 odds Aetos Kronos (4m Bold Eagle-Will Of A Woman) closed for a close fourth from far back timed in1.08.3kr for the last 500 meters with Orjan Kihlstrom up, for trainer Jerry Riordan. Gallant Way (4m Ready Cash-Queen Flore) was fifth for Anthony Barrier at 78/1 and sixth was 66/1 Golden Bridge (4m Ready Cash-Usenza) handled by David Thomain ahead of 18/1 Gotland (4m Ready Cash-Sanawa) and reinsman Eric Raffin. The 4/10 favorite Ecurie D was a miscue dq in late stretch and so was 3.6/1 Gu d’Heripre after a tough death seat journey. There were no exact order Q+ winning tickets in this Quinte+ wagering event. Power and Robert Bergh Power (#1) Power pedigee – the maternal family of Lady Lexington This evening in the USA saw two more Googoo Gaagaa offspring race successfully. The 1/9 favorite Captain Corey (2m Googoo Gas-Luv U All-Angus Hall) score in the WN Reynolds Memorial (purse USD61,500, 1609 meters autostart). He was timed in 154.1 with a final quarters in 27.0 to defeat rivals in a four horse field. The winner is owned by Svanstedt Inc., SRF Stable, Knutsson and Midnight Sun. Captain Corey At Harrah’s Philadelphis was the Simpson Memorial (purse USD56,000, 1609 meters autostart, two year old fillies) and Love Muffin (2f Andover Hall-Pine Yankee) scored in 1:57.0 for Corey Callahan, trainer David Wiest and owner/breeders Don Wiest (90 years young) and Ed Kimmel. Second here beaten a nose was Goo Doo Doll (2f Googoo Gaagaa-Jordanna Paige-Lindy Lane) reined by Russell Foster for trainer Ed Gannon Jr. and owner Frank Canzone. Her breeder was Richard Hans that bred and developed the sire and this filly. Her dam has produced nine winners from nine foals, five in 1:55 or better. LeTrot, PMU. MI files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

On October 16th at Paris-Vincennes will present three classic events for three through five year olds and those fields include the best of Europe. See the fields below: GRAND PRIX DE L'U.E.T. 400 000€   Groupe I - Attelé - 2100m - Grande petite piste FINALE Course Européenne Départ à l'autostart Pour 4 ans, hongres exclus.   CHAMPIONNAT EUROPEEN DES 3 ANS 100 000€    Groupe I - Attelé - 2100m - Grande petite piste Course Européenne Départ à l'autostart Pour 3 ans, hongres exclus, inscrits au Stud-Book d'une Fédération membre de l'U.E.T. et pour lesquels les Fédérations membres suivantes ont engagé l'ensemble de la production dans le Grand Prix de l'U.E.T. : Autriche, Allemagne, Belgique, Danemark, Espagne, Finlande, France, Italie, Lituanie, Pays-Bas, Norvège, République Tchèque, Slovénie, Suède et Suisse. CHAMPIONNAT EUROPEEN DES 5 ANS 100 000€   Groupe I - Attelé - 2100m - Grande petite piste Course Européenne Départ à l'autostart Pour 5 ans, hongres exclus, inscrits au Stud-Book d'une Fédération membre de l'U.E.T. et pour lesquels les Fédérations membres suivantes ont engagé l'ensemble de la production dans le Grand Prix de l'U.E.T. : Autriche, Allemagne, Belgique, Danemark, Espagne, Finlande, France, Italie, Lituanie, Pays-Bas, Norvège, République Tchèque, Slovénie, Suède et Suisse. These events showcase the best trotteurs in Europe and in a very competitive setting. LeTrot files by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Even money harness racing favorite Bugsy Malone (9g Ready Cash-Night Captain) took the Gr. II GP du Sud Quest (purse 130,000€, 2575 meters) at Agen la Garenne in France with Yoann Lebourgeois up for owner/trainer Philippe Allaire. Bugsy won for the 31st time to post earnings of 939,930€. 20/1 Dreambreaker (7g Offshore Dream) held second for Nicolas Bazire and Stall Oberkracher. Third was 10/1 Ce Bello Romain (8g Jam Pridem) for Anthony Barrier. Trailing the top three were Bahia Quesnot, Aribo Mix and Billie de Montfort. Bugsy Malone At Reims was the featured GP du Grand Reims (purse 22,000€, 2550 meters) and Domingo de Lou (7g Real de Lou) scored in 1.13kr for Leo Abrivard and trainer L. Cl. Abrivard. He held off fast closing Tjacko Zaz (8g Crazed) with Guillermo Horrach Vidal up for trainer J.M. Bazire. Third was O’Sunday (9g Here Comes Joey) for Franck Ouvrie. Domingo de Lou LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Dreambreaker (7g Offshore Dream-Brooke Boko), off at 15/1 odds, was an impressive harness racing winner today in the Grand Prix Anjou Maine (purse 75,000€, 2950 meters distance handicap) at Le Mans, scoring in 1.12.8kr for Alexandre Abrivard. Jean Michel Bazire trains this now ten-time career winner for owner Stall Oberkracher that now has career earnings of 450,428€. He defeated 2.5/1 odds and 25 meter handicapped Tony Gio (8m Varenne-Ilaria Jet) that was timed in 1.12.2kr and was reined by Eric Raffin for trainer Sebbastian Guarato and owner Scuderia Bivans Srl. The 3.7/1 and 25 meter penalized Bugsy Malone (9g Ready Cash-Night Captain) took third for owner/trainer Philippe Allaire and pilot Yoann Lebourgeois. 19/1 Jerry Mom (7m Ready Cash-Graziella) was fourth for Gabriele Gelormini, with the Jean Michel Bazire new trainee Ferrari BR (7m Muscles Yankee-Bauxite) home fifth after a death seat journey. For race replay, click here.  Dreambreaker Dreambreaker powering to the lead in late stretch. On this day at Jagersro was the Gr. II International Final Breeders Course (purse 113,768€,1640 meters autostart) for two year olds. Chipper Kronos (2g Southwind Frank-Trendy Kronos) scored in 1.14.5kr for driver Stefan Persson and trainer Svante Bath. Second was Chopin Gar (2m Father Patrick-Mind Wise As) for Christoffer Eriksson and trainer Timo Nurmos. Gigi Barosso (2f Ready Cash-Bibi Barosso) was third for Robin Bakker and trainer Paul Hagoort. A race that had not previously reported on was the September 27 Gr. I Grand Prix Continental (purse 180,180€, 2060 meters autostart) at Bologna that Alrajah One (4m Maharajah-Mariu’-Varenne) secured victory in 1.13kr with Alessandro Gocciadoro up. He won for the sixth time in his career. Amon You SM (4m Love You-Emon Sante Fe’ SM) was second for Fed Exposito with third to Arnas Cam (4f Ready Cash-Nadia Cam) for Santo Mollo. LeTrot, Gaet, ATG files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Chalimar de Guez (8g Nahar de Beval-Phebe de Guez) took today’s Paris-Vincennes featured Prix Georges Dreux (monte, Gr. III, purse 70,000€, 2850 meters, international) timed in 1.12.9kr with J.Y. Ricart in the irons for trainer Jean Michel Bazire and Ecurie Vautors. This was Chalimar’s 11th career harness racing win now for 430,740€ earned. He was off at 1.8/1 odds and defeated 4.4/1 Diamant de Treabat (7g Kuadro Wild-Sud Africa) with Matthieu Abrivard the jockey. Third Was 2.7/1 Caban Prior (8g Sancho Panca-Fita Prior) that contested the lead throughout for Aurelien Desmarres and Ecurie S. Desmarres. Chalimar de Guez LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

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