Fifth. The Triton Prize in Vincennes this Friday November 25, 2022. – Angers Info

The Triton Prize in Vincennes this Friday November 26, 2022.

Heading to Vincennes this Friday November 25, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix Triton will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be held over 2700 metres, and endowed with €44,000.

In this event, Give Me (9) is very consistent, having finished in the top three of the last seven races he has contested. She did the same during the four events she took part in on the main track in Vincennes, where she just experienced her first success. He likes to wait and he knows how to finish quickly. Hopefully he will have a good card to play Gamin des Perdrix (15) is coming back well, having won three times on grass over the summer. He also rode well for his comeback on a sand track at Caen on 8 October. She has a race prep in her legs and promises to be competitive with a good trip.

Gene’s Secrets

Benjamin Goetz: Fonzy d’Héripré (1) won nicely on his first outing under my team, at La Capelle where he made the difference very easily on the straight. He’s moving up the ranks and has to face 6-year-olds, but he’s still at his best and this time it’s going to be barefoot. I count on him to play the beautiful roles of this scene.

Aymeric Thomas: Gipsy Ajité (2) ran very well on 24 October. Then he had bad luck, being the victim of a movement at the exit of the first corner and hitting the wheel of a rival. Looks like he was fine. However, I didn’t hone it for this race. It was ready three weeks ago. He evolves into the category of him. You have to put up with him but he can compete at this level.

Gabriel Angel Pou Pou: Gibus de Navary (3) disappointed in his second warm-up race in September. Tests revealed he was ill. He had to be arrested again. He’s not particularly sharp for this comeback and will stay shod. While I won’t stop him from picking up a check, his job promises to be complicated.

Emmanuel Varin: Falco du Hamel (4) was not unseated last time out and it was mainly in anticipation of this engagement. He’s not a champion, but he’s a brave horse who does what he can. It will be tough to win but he can finish third to fifth after a hidden path.

Florian Priul: Genlou Blond (5) has reached a plateau for a few weeks. He was a little less well at the end of the summer. We were taken care of. He won very well at Les Sables. He had been taken off the reins and put on descending blinkers which had a beneficial effect. He confirmed in Bordeaux where he was only able to express himself late. This time he will be barefoot. You have to hide but he has his place on arrival.

Franck LeBlanc: General de Loiron (6) ran very well again, recently in Bordeaux. He always provides good value when you can hide the effort from him. In the process, he benefits from a favorable entrance. He stayed on top and worked well this Tuesday morning at Grosbois. I’m counting on him to finish fifth.

Benjamin Goetz: Gassman d’Essa (7) left me a very good impression on his comeback recently in Amiens. He provided a good finish to the race after waiting in the back. He had made an excellent start to his career before becoming less successful. He’s on his way and this time it will be barefoot. He shouldn’t be far from the truth. My two boarders have a similar possibility.

Loic Peschet: Gibus (8) has been very comfortable in terms of gait with the plates in his forelimbs lately. He had to do almost the entire route with the wind blowing but he defended himself very well. He was running at a month. It’s a little closer here, which won’t bother you at all. He has made a full recovery and is looking great. He has my trust.

Yannick Henry: Gold Fly (10) recently joined my team. He leaves me with a favorable impression and has done well at Grosbois, where he has been stationed for just over a week. I’ll kick him even though I know he’s often screwed up in this setup. I’ll compensate by putting some weight on it. If he doesn’t lose his balance, he should take a good place.

Romain Derieux: Festival d’Orient (11) relaxed at the end for his return to Vincennes. It is better to come on others. For sure. I will try to apply this tactic this time. It works better that way. It is necessary to rub mostly at 6 years old. However, it must finish upon arrival.

Jean-Luc Bigeon: Garou Pierji (12) now has multiple leg strokes after being arrested this summer. He ran everytime in progress. He hasn’t raced for more than a month but I tried to prepare him as best as possible for this favorable entry. He will be worn like him during the good performance of him. He seems able to finish in fifth place.

Jacques Étienne Thuet: Gabelou Carisaie (13) finished the charge to finish last. Returning twenty-five yards to good horses was not easy. He was only tackled up front and that didn’t help either. He looks great at work but, after a great season, he can be a little faded. We also need to see if he’s the real Vincennes horse. It’s best if he’s hidden. Let’s hope for a small place.

Dominik Lacqueneux: Gino Viva (14) repeats all his runs. He finds opposition similar to that of November 4th. He should still defend well and actively contest the finish line. This time I kicked him four feet.

Alfonso Vanberghen: Gorlando (16) discovers a slightly more difficult task than that of my other resident Erolina in the quintè the day before. He must have a good run. If he’s well placed, I see him for a small place.

A summary: 9-15-8-14-7-4-5-11 The summary of the press: 9 – 8 – 15 – 10 – 2 – 7 – 11 – 14

Equidae: 9-14-8-15-16-1-11-12
Europe1:8-9-2-16-11-7-15-4
The Parisian: 9-8-14-5-13-16-2-15
Alsace:
Paris camp: 9-8-14-5-11-2-7-15
RTL:9-15-8-10-2-7-11-16

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