Direction ParisLongchamp this Thursday, May 26, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, the Prix de Montretout will have to compete against each other as runners. The race will be contested over 1600 meters, and endowed with 52,000€.
In this event, Djo Français (1) is presented by Jean-Claude Rouget, this double Listed-Race winner will try to pin a new victory. His mentor is tempted by this tournament rather than the Grand Prix de Bordeaux because the colt likes this route. In view of his victorious comeback, he is a contender for success. Longvillers (5) continues to progress over his outings. Author of a remarkable comeback at Compiègne. He has just left a superb impression at Saint-Cloud, easily resuming success on this occasion. This time, it is moving up the mazis category on its way, it would be risky to forget it when choosing. Distrust! Bois d’Argent (8) is very consistent since he has never left the top three in ten appearances. In addition, it has already imposed itself on the course which interests us during its last performance of last year. He made a good comeback on his debut on the PSF and should evolve favorably on that. It promises to be very competitive. Reshabar (14) is confirmed and regular in the listed category, having also won this same event last year. It has just made a good comeback at this track and we can logically think that it could be able to show progress there. Apart from its number 12 in the boxes, it has solid arguments to achieve a good performance.
Nicolas Caullery: Fort Payne (2) held its game very well in a good batch in Newcastle after its victory in Cannes. Since then, he has remained in very good shape and this commitment comes at the right time. He is a colt who evolves over his distance and his category. Now Thursday’s Listed is very well composed…
John-Patrick Murtagh: Baradar (3) gives me satisfaction with the exercise and he is ready to provide his value, provided the ground is good to soft. Raadobarg (4) pleases me at work and he is ready to give his full potential, if however the condition of the track is to his liking, because he needs good to soft ground to express himself.
Rosario Mangione: Millebosc (6) made a decent comeback. I think he will be even better over 1,600 meters. The soft ground will help him and he has inherited a good number in the starting stalls. I think he will run well. He is a horse that I really like.
Patrice Cottier: We Ride The World (7) never ceases to bring me satisfaction. In view of its latest outings, this race is a logical continuation. It is in great shape and has already run well on this course. We move with logical ambitions.
Mikel Delzangles: Jeri (9) is in very good condition right now. Now, we don’t run alone but it’s a lot that stands together. Mine should run very well and its return over the mile is expected. I expect a good performance.
John Butler: Rhythm N Rock (11) last won his second race over the distance that interests us. He is good at work. Given the value he has shown, he has every right to try his luck at the listed level, in the hope of securing some boldness for his family. I am confident for a good performance.
Gavin Hernon: Sky Power (12) looks good but seems like a good lot for his comeback. However, we know that it runs very cool. We’ll see how it goes with his number out in the starting stalls, but if he can be competitive, why not.
Henri-Francois Devin: Integrant (13) is back in good shape after taking a few weeks off after Meydan where things didn’t go the best the second time around. He will make his comeback over a somewhat short distance but I need to see him in competition in order to better prepare for the Coupe de Longchamp next month. We won’t stop him from anything but over this distance, he will try to grab a good place
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