Fifth. The Prix des Chenettes in Deauville this Saturday August 27, 2022. – Angers Info

Direction Deauville this Saturday August 27, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix des chenettes will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be contested over 1900 meters, and endowed with 55,000€.

In this event, Moneyman (1) is a little barred in the upper category, but he is consistent and has already defended himself well in a big handicap at Compiègne. As he has already done the PSF of Chantilly well, we can think that that of Deauville should not bother him. For his return to the handicaps, he has a kilo more on the scale of values, but normally his place is in the top five. Licorne (10) has just left two good impressions with his ends of the race. Recently, in a fifth, it finished very well, showing on this occasion that it was capable of succeeding at this level. The PSF shouldn’t get in the way. After a good race, she has her place in the top five. Gaylor Senora (12) has behaved rather well recently for her debut at this level of competition, without having a very clear straight line . He finds the PSF, which shouldn’t be a problem for him. On the other hand, he will have to deal with the 16 in the stalls. It cannot be neglected for a place at the end of the combination.

Geny’s secrets

Alessandro Botti: Lorenzo de Medici (2) is fine. He made his comeback a little late, but he is coming back well. He now has three races in his legs. It regains a value at which it imposed itself at the handicap level last year. I see him a chance.

Miroslav Rulec: Twilight (3) is a new boarder at the stable. She worked well. We try in a big handicap. We’ll see how it turns out, but it’s worth giving it a shot, because I think it’s competitive in value 37.

MF Pinto: The Duke (4) was not on top last time and the distance was a bit short. We gave him time after this race, he is really very good at the moment. Moreover, as he gained in difficult ground, this rather deep and slow PSF will serve his interests. I think he has the quality to stand out at this level. We expect a good performance.

Yann Lerner: Gemmyo (5) was neutered in the spring and needed to return to competition on the day of his return. Recently at Compiègne, there was better, it proved its competitiveness at this level. The fact of finding the PSF does not worry me, we hope to see him run very well. On the rise, it would not be a surprise to see him on the podium.

Stephane Wattel: Ultrasound (6) has a huge heart and gave his best last time out. It doesn’t have too much room, being taken quite high in value, but it still surprises in a good way. I hope he will still be in the winning combination.

Ludovic Gadbin: Bevan (7) is a colt who does all his shopping and has always done well in the handicaps. He stayed in good shape and the PSF won’t bother him. At the end of a good race, I believe he is capable of getting into the right combination. Sooner or later, at this value, he should be able to win a handicap.

Francois Rohaut: Amboise (8) is in constant progress as evidenced by its last outing, where it opened its prize list. At this value, I have to come on a big handicap, because in classes 2, there are big values. Therefore, I try here, although it may lack experience and harshness. It will be a discovery of the PSF. However, she will show up in good shape and I hope to see her run well.

Christopher Lotoux: Vino Bello (9) had a very bad rope number lately and the Clairefontaine track was in a terrible state. So he didn’t give up. The penultimate time, the distance was too short. He returns in a more favorable context, on a soft and slow track, and above all, over a distance that will correspond to him. I expect a very good performance.

Hedi Ghabri: Red Crazy (11) needs to reassure me in competition, where he left me a little unsatisfied. I try on the PSF. I expect rehabilitation, because judged on what he has done best, he can at least place himself in such a lot. Its shape is unmistakable.

Christopher Ferland: Watch It (13) defended well recently in Vichy. Since then, he has remained in good shape and he should be able to run well on this track that he knows. Lowered in weight, I hope it can grab a place.

Stephane Wattel: Lou Man (14) is very consistent. It is taken by its weight and we take advantage of it. He is not far from winning his race. Now, he’s a wait-and-see, everything has to go well in the final phase. We therefore always suffer a little from the vagaries of the course, which is why he has not yet won.

Jean-Pierre Gauvin: Agoureil (15) has already done very well on the PSF, in Lyon. I would obviously have preferred to see him in the second round. That being said, he’s a pretty tough colt and he has a good stall number (note: he inherited stall 5). It is a test at this level. He has just behaved well at Vichy. We will know more after the race.

Hans-Albert Blume: Narcissus (16) will be better on the PSF than on the grass, at least I hope so. Last time he was ready but was disappointing. He’s in good form and will be more focused with Australian blinders this time around.

A summary: 14-1-6-12-2-10-7-3 The summary of the press: 1 – 14 – 2 – 12 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 13

Equidia: 14-5-13-2-1-16-15-10
Europe1: 1-14-5-12-2-8-16-9
The Parisian: 1-2-14-8-5-10-3-7
Alsace: 3-14-1-2-8-4-9-5
Paris Turf: 14-1-2-3-8-5-7-6


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