Fifth. The Prix du Chêne du Coup de Foudre at Chantilly this Sunday, October 30, 2022. – Angers Info

Direction Chantilly this Sunday, October 30, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix du Chêne du Coup de Foudre compete against runners. The race will be contested over 1600 meters, and endowed with 50,000€.

In this event, Parchment (1) has excuses to make for its first two tries at this level. On August 07, he traveled in the wrong car and on August 28, over 1,900 meters, he was very upbeat at the start but managed to finish correctly. Here, back on the mile and on the PSF, he should be able to rehabilitate. Although he is a wait-and-see, he should be given ample credit. Uzel (12) has just shown a return to form. Moreover, at this value, it remains competitive for the first places. If the course goes without a hitch, there is no doubt that he will be able to finish in the top five.

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Christopher Ferland: Dantes (2) needs to reassure me. I let myself be tempted by this entry because he is in good form in training and is doing well over this distance. Now it’s up to him to show us that he redeems himself in competition. Before the blow, I am expectant.

Jerome Reynier: Dar Toungi (3) is a horse that does almost all of its shopping and is fond of the PSF. Its last outing is good showing its competitiveness at this level. It is true that you have to benefit from a good running of the race but I expect good behavior. It has its place at the finish.

Miroslav Rulec: Craps (4) was perfect on soft ground last time. Normally it is competitive in value 38. However, we have to see what it will do on PSF. Also, this is the second race after a long absence, which can be a problem.

Igor Endaltsev: Ciccio Boy (5) is in good shape and performing in this category. You need a good string number (Editor’s note he inherited the 7). If all goes well, he has a good chance.

Maurizio Guarnieri: Cirano (6) could not be hidden at La Teste and with his heavy weight, he gave in to finish and lately he did not appreciate the heavy ground, which is why I waited for this quinté. He carries a decent weight and likes the PSF. With a good course of the race, it remains competitive. I advise to buy it again.

MF Pinto: Josephino (7) is good, which is why we use him. He is on a limited distance (he would have been good over 1,500 meters) but does it well all the same. It is much better on PSF and has been well down on the value scale. You need a good string number, because it runs close to the head (Editor’s note, it inherited 4). We expect a good performance.

Ms Alicja Karkosa: Abelard F (8) was good last year when he played in France. Afterwards, he had a stint in Poland which does not count. He found the same form as last year. He made a good comeback in France and remained in good shape. It can be competitive.

Thierry Lemer: Alexej (9) has been consistent throughout the season and seems more impactful on the PSF than on the grass. He has no choice of commitments but is in good shape. In value 35.5, you have to go.

Mrs. Sofie Lanslots: Avrilomanoir (10) is new to our stable but has adapted quickly. We are very happy with his behavior. The last times he showed that he had a good finish. If in the second event he could have had ambitions, that will be a question mark at this level. We don’t know if he will be able to take a place but we can hope so.

Hans-Albert Blume: Braveheart (11) wasn’t well last time out. You have to forget about this service. He is in very good shape and will be better on the PSF. I am confident for a good performance.

Miroslav Rulec: Bobik (13) has won three handicaps and is higher on the value scale now. Normally he goes all terrain and enjoys the PSF. We try to take money but we have to see what it can do at this value.

Cedric Boutin: I should have (14) has never been in the game lately. Apparently he was in a day off. However, he was doing well in training. We gave him some time to recover a little mentally and he seems to be fine. In the first race, it’s not obvious, but it has regained a lot of freshness and is not to be completely ruled out from a wider combination.

Fabio Carnevali: E Va Bin (15) is a colt who has had a few problems lately and I think his latest results do not reflect his value. However, on Sunday, we find ourselves in a handicap against the elders. The game won’t be easy but my horse will show up in very good shape and I hope to see him behave well.

A summary:1-3-12-5-2-4-6-8 The summary of the press:3 – 5 – 2 – 6 – 1 – 4 – 12 – 10

Equidia: 1-5-4-8-2-3-12-6
The Parisian: 1-5-12-3-2-9-8-6
Alsace: 4-1-12-3-5-9-13-6
Paris Turf: 5-3-12-1-4-2-6-7


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