Quinté + on Friday 22 July 2022 in Cabourg: Expectations

Find Equidia’s five forecast forecast for Friday, July 22, 2022 in Cabourg, Grand Prix de la Ville de Cabourg. Departure at 8:15 p.m.. trot. 2750 meters. 15 entrees aged 5 to 10 years. Two steps to go.

Highly visible this winter in Vincennes, and 5 Happy Valley He continues to push his limits. Winner Henri Levesque (Group 2) in April, has not been seen since taking fourth on May 7 in the Prix Albert Demarcq (Gr2). Right from the start, it seemed to be capable of delivering a major blow in the field.

To carry out her mission, the actress of Victoria Dreams stable must be wary of 1 Bello GibsonIt can’t be fixed since it hit our soil this winter. In the best case, the 4 AURA SL It undoubtedly represents the best shot of Jean-Michel Bazier’s three residents at the start of Quinté+.

Then we will hold it before 3 Deserts Giborne, the last runner-up for Have a Dream in Group 3 in the Enghien. The winner of his last two rounds, and 7 Poor Mahi Aiming for the top but keeping her chances of getting a place. Located within the resort 12 loyal Will complete our selection with 14 Victor Firmtalented but forced back 25 metres, and 9 Favorite Etonwhich has had a good comeback recently in Vichy.


5. Happy Valley
1. Bello Gibson
4. Aura SL
3. Giborne Deserts
7. Poor Mahi
12. Faithful
14. Victor Firm
9. Eton’s favorite

last minute:

1. Bello Gibson

The Horse He’ll Follow: Bellow Gibson, the little thumb with great resources!

Profile: The consonant of Vitaly Ciutola is the real metronome. It has been adapted to all track profiles, left or right rope, short or long distances. A true model of regularity, the younger ones will start racing first class, which is a good plus.

His coach, Vitaly Ciutola, said: “Belo Gibson is an elegant horse that repeats in all his races. He did really well for this entry. He is a horse with great speed but must be maintained. With a good race, he has his place in Quinté+”.

Stats: 100% within 5. Since arriving on French soil during the winter meeting in Vincennes, this Italian horse has not left the top five. Best, its “worst” ranking is fourth. Belo Gibson in France: 3 wins, 4 places.

His times in competition: 1’13” 0 is the time set by Belo Gibson in the Prix de Grasse – Prix Louis Chouteau – Group C on June 26.

Its current form: If anyone’s riding a wave of form, it’s with two wins and three places he’s earned in his last five races. Recently, he found excellent hip-hop Haufor only to block his way to victory in the third set. He is discovering the Cabourg circuit and should instead appreciate the conditions with the first-class start and the rope on the right.

The opinion of Olivier Bevin, journalist at Equidia: “Irreversible since arriving on our soil this winter, this resident of Vitale Ciotola found only hip-hop Haufor to block his path to success during his last attempt in Group 3 in Vincennes. Direct opposition to Happy Valley.”

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