Day At The Track

Groupe events at Vincennes

02:26 AM 25 Oct 2015 NZDT
Comment (...) Tweet Share Email Print
Philippe Allaire
Philippe Allaire the trainer of Django Riff

October 23, 2015 - The Gr. III Prix Louis Cauchois (purse €80,000, 2200 meters, nine starters) went to the 1.16.5kr clocked Django Riff (2m Ready Cash-Rasta Perrine) off at 2/1 odds for driver Joseph Verbeeck, trainer Philippe Allaire and owner Elisabeth Allaire.

Even-money Derrick de Nganda (2m Tuscon-Nymphe de Nganda) was a distant second for driver J-M Bazire with third to 15.4/1 Ducson Imperial (2m Tucson-Joie Imperiale) for Franck Nivard and Ecurie FAC. Django Riff is the first foal of dam Rasta Perrine 1:57.1 (US$119,759) by Look de Star from the Reve d’Udon (sire of Revenue) mare Java Perrine.

The Gr. III Prix Gisella (purse €68,000, 2850 meters, 11 starters, three year-olds) went to 1.7/1 odds Chant des Sirenes (3m Opus Viervil-Nice Quenny) clocked in 1.16.2kr for driver F-P Bossuet, trainer J-B Bossuet and Ecurie Tenor. 7.5/1 Clever Lymm (3m Korean-Oquidia) handled by Franck Nivard for Fabrice Souloy and Ecurie le Tremont. 15/1 Cow Boy Griff (3m Look de Star-Sita de Boisney) was third for Pierre Vercruysse, Ecurie Griff and trainer Sebastien Guarato.

Adelia (5f Ganymede-Linea Dream) scored in the Gr. III Prix Pierre Van Troyen (purse €90,000, 2850 meters, 12 starters) at Vincennes timed in 1.13kr for Alexandre Abrivard. The winner as off at 84.4/1 odds and is trained by L-Cl Abrivard. 21.5/1 Alpine du Rib (5f Opium-Rockause du Rib) was a close second for J.L.-Cl Dersoir, trainer Joel Hallais and Ecurie Rib. 8.9/1 Adelia de Melodie (5f Lilium Madrik-Piccola Stella) was two lengths in arrears for reinsman David Thomain with 6.4/1 Altesse du Mirel (5f Ready Cash-Inc de Mirel) fourth for trainer/driver Pierre Vercruysse.

At Son Pardo (Spain Majorca) the €6,000 Criterium des Five Year-Olds over 2650 meters autostart, 12 starters, resulted in an easy victory for 11.2/1 Amor de Font (5m SJ’s Photo-Deninet Star) driven by J-A Rivera clocked in 1.17.6kr. Aquiles Duran and Albebaran G were next to the line.

Athos d’Ecajeul (5m Ready Cash-Mutine d’Ecajeul) took Son Pardo’s Premi Strasbourg (purse €6,000, 2650 meters autostart, 16 entrants) timed in 1.17.3kr for driver G. Andreu and trainer J-A Blseo. The winners was off at 3/1 odds as he defeated 19/1 Valinco de Cormon (6g Memphis du Rib-Junk River) and 2.1/1 Quatal des Ormeaux (11g Dahir de Prelong-Jamarina).

Thomas H. Hicks

Comment (...) Tweet Share Email Print

Read More News About...

Stallion Name

Next article: