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PMU - Arrival of the quinté on Sunday May 9 in Vincennes: Goût Baroque surprises the favorites


While they seemed to have to settle for a place, Goût Baroque and Eric Raffin managed to get ahead of the two favorites to win


3 - 15 - 6 - 4 - 11

A match is never over until the final whistle is blown.

At the races, it is the same until crossing the post.

The event played yesterday in Vincennes was the perfect example.

While the victory seemed to be played between

Green Grass

(n ° 15) and

Ganay de Banville

(n ° 6),

Goût Baroque

(n ° 3) made a beautiful straight line to look down on the duettists in this test marked by the absence of the best of the generation.

Still at a clear distance from the first at the entrance to the short straight line of the Parisian racecourse, Eric Raffin's partner “got down on his stomach” as it is customary to describe a good finisher in equestrian jargon.

While it had taken the measure of

Ganay de Banville


Green Grass

must therefore be content with second place ahead of his rival.

🏆 Goût Baroque (@RaffinEric / T. Raffegeau) wins the # Quinté +: the Sulky 5 years old Qualif 3 - Prix Albert Demarcq (Gr. 2)!

🥈 Green Grass (@EcurieGuarato)

🥉 Ganay de Banville (JM. Bazire)

4⃣ Giant Chief (F. Souloy)

5⃣ Goldy Mary (@MatAbrivard)

🏁 Arr: 3 - 15 - 6 - 4 - 11

- Equidia (@equidia) May 9, 2021

Behind the first three,

Giant Chief

(n ° 4) easily seizes fourth place while

Goldy Mary

(n ° 11) completes the right combination at the expense of

Gala Téjy

(n ° 13), author of a comeback noticed after setting off at a gallop.

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2021-05-11

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