Fifth.  The Prix du Haras de Jardy in Saint-Cloud this Monday, June 6, 2022. - Angers Info

Fifth. The Prix du Haras de Jardy in Saint-Cloud this Monday, June 6, 2022. – Angers Info

The Prix du Haras de Jardy in Saint-Cloud this Monday, June 6, 2022.

Direction Saint Cloud this Monday, June 6, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix du Haras de Jardy will have to face off. The race will be held over 2400 meters, and endowed with € 50,000.

In this event, Trick of The Mind (1) finds the course on which he has just won his first quintet and the first of the team by the way. The only thing that differs is that he is under a penalty of 3 kg. To win, it will be very complicated but he can stay competitive for a place. Just soft ground would be perfect, says Yoann Bonnefoy

Geny’s confidences

Rodolphe Collet: Max la Fripouille (2) stayed well into the morning. Able to confirm his good dispositions. Of course, the announced rains in the Paris region are a good thing for him

Markus Nigge: Masterpower (3) has been beaten for the first time or almost recently. The pace of the 2000 meters did not suit him that day. That’s why I extend the distance with him. The pace of the day will be more in line with his abilities. In the morning the horse stayed well. Finally, a soft ground would not be made to bother him.

Frederic Head: In Gold (4) he was penalized three kilos for his recent success and it is necessary if he can stay competitive now. I think so. He has remained in good shape and will not be bothered by the extra three hundred meters. On the other hand, the ground should not be made too soft.

Stéphane Gouyette: Saam (5) needed his first two races of the year to regain his level. He recovered well from his efforts. I think he’s on the rise and he’s back in good shape. In addition, it has fallen on the scale of values ​​and this quintet is not very high. There are several parameters that make it run well, especially since it adapts to all terrains.

Sylvain Dehez: Calaconta (6) has been pleasing us lately. It is supplemented to run here because the lot is nothing special for a quintet and the mare is really at her best. In short, the opportunity is high. She will discover Saint Cloud. But that doesn’t worry me too much. I just hope a not too painful track on Monday.

Ramón Avial-Lopez: Paper Trophy (7) has shown that it is in excellent shape and has only recently been overtaken by a good horse. For his return to a quintet, he must be taken back because at this value, he is competitive for the first places. In ParisLongchamp, he did not enjoy the descent and should be more at his business in Saint-Cloud. We move with logical ambitions.

Jérôme Reynier: Champ de Mars (8) is competitive for success at this value and has already run well in the Val d’Or. All the lights are green to be able to achieve a good performance.

Mikel Delzangles: If J’Ailela (9) is a fairly regular filly. She ran very well in a quintet at the start of the season and her last stitching is very good. The ground, which is likely to soften, should not disturb it. She should run well.

Eric Libaud: Full Flow (10) showed last that his worries were just a bad memory. I opted for this commitment mainly because the weather should turn to rain (it is a heavy field mare) and also because this quintet is not very high. That said, these events are never easy races but I hope she will confirm her return to fitness.

Romain Le Gal: Combermere (11) makes a first under my splint. I have little recollection of him. In the morning it gives me satisfaction. So it’s tempting to see him again with disabilities, especially since he’s not a “big” quintet. Possibly painful ground would not work in his favor.

Julien Carayon: You Rock (12) is in good shape and has already proven its competitiveness at this level of competition. Now it is a horse that needs soft ground to provide its best value. So, bottom line is that we’re really looking forward to the storms. If so, he can place himself.

Mathieu Boutin: Bene Bene (13) has not been able to stand out lately. He probably didn’t get enough oxygen that day. I hope to buy it back here. However, the batch is very homogeneous. As for the terrain, it adapts a bit to any type of track.

Gaël Barbedette: Valentino (14) approaches this race with a lot of morale. It remains on two successes; On his momentum, I hope he behaves well again. We’re going to deal with this unfavorable string number. He will run for the first time under my splint on a soft track on Monday. But that shouldn’t bother him. I hope to see him on arrival on Monday.

Yoann Bonnefoy: Art Of Fusion (15) is regular, and when it’s in top shape (like right now), it can be competitive in batches like this. In fact, he already ran well last year in a quintet of a higher level. If the ground were to become much softer, it could only serve its interests.

Mikel Delzangles: Delayne (16) has been a bit of a disappointment lately. Yet it seems to me in good condition. Before the shot, I would rather see him in the third event… He will try his luck. On the other hand, if the terrain becomes too soft, he doesn’t like it.

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