Direction Auteuil this Sunday, October 9, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix Andre Adele will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be contested over 3700 meters, and endowed with 95,000€.
In this event, Hamandio (7) was estimated at the start of his career but he has since blown hot and cold. Its return to Le Touquet was correct, nothing more, on a rather particular route. It has already done well at Auteuil and it is legitimate to expect progress from it. Without making it a priority, we cannot radically rule it out, given the relative weakness of the lot. in hedges. Here, he evolves at Auteuil, but this flowing course should correspond perfectly to his aptitudes. Therefore, he has the right to nurture ambitions to finish in the winning combination. He will be wearing Australian blinders for the first time. Finistère Madrik (16) has only nine outings in his career. Initially promising, it is to be claimed that it has found its balance this year. It has for him to have a re-entry race in the legs. It is less experienced in steeplechase, but can do well in this field of modest quality. He is wearing Australian blinkers for the first time.
Patrick Quinton: Havanea (1) is going to make its comeback but that doesn’t worry me, because it is quite “electric” and is preparing quickly. Besides, she has work behind her. The ground and the course will be to please him. Carrying a heavy load will also not be a problem for her. It is true that having the top-weight is never obvious, but I am not afraid of it. She should run well.
William Minuet: Saint Dubawi (2) certainly needed to run on his comeback, before returning to victory. He appreciates flowing courses and short distances. I wish he had, at least, another week before appealing, but commitment is tempting. Everything seems to be in order for him in training and he always responds.
Donatien Sourdeau de Beauregard: Hosaville (3) is a horse that shows great consistency. His comeback was correct in a field of quality. He comes back into the handicaps here, carrying weight. It’s not a big model and it’s never easy. He is an honest horse who should defend himself well.
Ms Louisa Carberry: Canichette (4) ran well in a very good field last time. She’s going to go up a little on that. It is not easy to manage but it improves with age. Given its generosity, it is better over short distances. She is regular. If she jumps well and everything goes as desired, I hope to see her do well.
Etienne d’Andigne: Ginja des Taillons (5) has run quite well recently in Nantes. Indeed, the lot was holding up that day. It was over hurdles and she didn’t have the heavy ground she likes. She may not be in her element again on Sunday. She should, however, enjoy the course and the long distance. With her, we compose with a rather complicated program.
Jerome Delaunay: Guenola Conti (6) has just made a good comeback over the hurdles, although she is more at her business over the big obstacles. This race aims to refine its preparation for the Grand Steeple-Chase of Nantes, at the beginning of November, but we will not deprive ourselves of anything. Moreover, at this value, I believe it to be competitive and this course should please it. I hope to see her finish on arrival.
Mikael Mescam: Blackfield (8) has just had a very good comeback since it won. Her form is therefore beyond doubt, and for her return to the steeplechase, I hope to see her behave well. Now, I find that at this value, it doesn’t have a lot of leeway and would certainly have done better at a little longer distance. Before the kick, it’s more for a place.
Nicholas Devilder: Dentor des Obeaux (10) has not found the good ground he likes lately. Indeed, I think it is better when the ground does not stick. As soon as it is too flexible, its performance is subdued. Still on form, he’s ready to deliver his best value.
Sylvain Dehez: Rim Fire (11) makes a comeback. He is, of course, in good condition, but he will not have all the advantages in his game. The distance may seem short to him. He would also have preferred a softer track than what it will be on Sunday. A small square is not out of reach, however.
Christopher Herpin: César du Lemo (12) is a new resident. He made a good value last time by beating horses who confirmed later. As I don’t have much choice of commitments, being left-handed, and he works really well in the morning, we try the adventure in this quinté at Auteuil. This race will allow me to better understand its possibilities in competition.
Daniel Allard: His Carlex (13) is a little demonstrative mare in the morning. His most recent releases are not his best. It is, in fact, not very sharp in its limit switches. We’re going to try to bring it up closer to the head. I count on the mastery of Bertrand Lestrade to draw the quintessence. Before the blow, she needs to reassure.
Philippe Peltier (G): Listening in Head (14) remains on a very good output at this level, over a longer distance. I hadn’t originally hired him. After discussion with his owner, we decided to supplement him for running, because the horse is in very good shape. 3,700 meters is not the best distance for this stable horse, but he still has his place at the finish, he who rarely wins.
Miss Anne-Sophie Pacault: Lady Hanwell (15) is better on the steeplechase. The only problem is that she is right-handed. However, she is courageous and is doing well at Auteuil. So, we are going back there, because it is in its category and it has already succeeded on the proposed course. I hope she can pull out of the game.
Nicholas of Lageneste: Latest Cri (17) has resources, and at this value, it is competitive. Sunday will be a big comeback, but he has a lot of work behind him and is approaching this entry in very good condition. Now he would have preferred a much softer track. With a good race, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him grab a place.
Laurent Postic: Pinaclouddown (18) is a chic horse who shows great regularity. It has remained in good shape, and at this value, it remains competitive. It is certain that there is better than him in this event, but it would be risky to eliminate him completely. A place would satisfy me.
A summary: 13-4-14-8-6-10-5-15 The summary of the press: 4 – 13 – 14 – 8 – 10 – 3 – 2 – 9
The Parisian: 14-13-11-4-1-8-15-3
Paris Turf: 4-8-14-16-1-17-11-15
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Fifth. The Andre Adele Prize at Auteuil this Sunday, October 9, 2022.
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