Fifth. The Prix Guillaume de Pracomtal in Auteuil this Tuesday, October 4, 2022. – Angers Info

The Guillaume de Pracomtal Prize

Direction Auteuil this Tuesday October 4, 2022 for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté + This event will see the Prix Guillaume de Pracomtal compete as runners. The race is held over 3600 meters and is endowed with €95,000.

In that event, Toscana du Berlais (14) knocked out her partner at the end of the course on her comeback in Nantes while fighting for second place. She is a filly with some quality and seems to do well at this level. However, she doesn’t have the experience of some. His task looks difficult to play for success, but a place is still possible. A late horse, Ilestbo de Houelle (16), made a remarkable debut in the big handicaps at Clairefontaine this summer. His trainer has been counting on that lately, but he could only finish sixth with no penalties. After some progress, he can finish in the top five this time.

Geny’s secrets

Jerome Glandais: Spirit of The Moon (1) has remained good since its last appearance where it has performed well under heavy loads such as on this occasion. If everything goes well, he has his place at the finish.

Yannick Fouin: Vae Patron (2) just made a good comeback. That day he faced a well-assembled bunch. And on that occasion he proved his competitiveness at a score of 62. On Tuesday he has to carry weight, but the horse goes into this event in very good shape and the surface conditions don’t bother him much.

Miroslav Rulec: I was a bit surprised by the quality of Zaky’s performance last time (3), but he’s always improving. I hope it won’t rain too much. If he likes the state of the field, we expect a good performance.

Ms. Brigitte Ré-Scandella: After his last assignment, Saint Langis (4) had to take a vacation. That was offered to him. Currently I find it in very good condition, it has regained its freshness and has work done. Competitive at this value, I wouldn’t be surprised if it did very well straight away.

Laurent Much: Sideralis (5) has always shown us quality. After trying the obstacle course, I bring it back over the hurdles with the intention of doing well. It has worked adequately to make a good comeback and at that value I think it’s competitive. I hope now that everything goes well because I expect a good performance.

Alain Coutil: I regret that the program is poorly done and that soon there will be no races reserved for mares in the extension of his last appearance to advance on a list reserved for bitches on November 13th. Odela (6) has recovered well and I’m waiting for confirmation of her good comeback, but it bothers me to go two weeks apart and face the males.

Julien Merienne: Of course, I can’t blame Iban Roque (7) for being beaten for his comeback. He certainly needed this race to get back to his best and ‘tripped over a bone again’. I find him doing well and he seems to be in good shape. Given all his attempts, it’s hard not to be confident. It deserves to win a Quinté.

Gabriel Leenders: Sagarrou (8) recently found a good signing in Nantes. Tuesday’s race will be a test to determine his future schedule. It is trained on the big obstacles and in case of failure referred to this discipline. Unfortunately we didn’t see much on the day of Iceberg du Large (9)’s return. Left on the back burner, he never really returned to racing. It was a reconnection and I hope he will show a very different face on Tuesday. He has to prove his handicap prowess and his suitability for potentially difficult terrain is an unknown.

Erwan Grail: Free Lord of Anjou (10) celebrates his comeback here. He has potential and work behind him. However, on Tuesday we will mount it for the future, without however preventing it from doing anything. In fact, he’d been doing way too much lately, galloping to the front. On Tuesday we’ll put him back so he’s relaxed and hope he finishes his run well.

David Windriff: Walfer (11) is a quality factor. He comes home with work behind him. It has the same preparation as my previous “returners”. He is correctly placed on the value scale and likes soft ground. It should remove a race of this nature before the end of the year.

Augustin Adeline De Boisbrunet: Impressive Machin (13), unlucky to make his steeplechase debut in May, has just made a satisfying comeback. He’s in good shape and for his return to the hurdles he seems to be in very good shape to me. He is a stallion who has quality and at this value he doesn’t seem to be in a bad position to me. I believe he is capable of performing well at this level, he will go with my confidence.

Mrs Mireille Desvaux: Precious Impulse (15) is moving in the right direction as he manages his efforts from race to race. Even if it’s a bit tight, I’d rather run it than see it exhausted in the morning because it’s very generous. The last time she showed that she was competitive was the 57. She recovered well. I’m waiting for confirmation, especially as she is rather a heavy ground mare.


A summary:7-16-3-2-1-14-15-6 The summary of the press:1-2-7-15-16-3-6-5-4

Equidia: 2-7-16-1-3-6-15-11-
The Parisian: 7-1-6-2-4-16-3-15
Paris Lawn: 7-1-2-16-3-6-8-15

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