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PMU - Arrival of the quinté on Friday, October 22 in Paris-Vincennes: Christophe Martens is indeed the king of the night!


The Belgian driver won a second night quinté on the main track of Vincennes, with Vincent Ferm, trained by Jean-Michel Bazi



Before returning to the Parisian flat racetracks this weekend, the quinté du jour took place at the Paris-Vincennes racecourse.

The European race brought together fourteen competitors, aged 6 to 10 inclusive, on the 2,850 m course, with a fall of 25 m for the horses having won 189,000 euros.

The favorites were in the spotlight this Friday with the victory of

Victor Ferm (

n ° 7) who returned to the top after three runs in the legs. With all four feet unshod this time, he showed his true face despite the fact that he started on a gallop. He took the lead without making any effort in the descent then produced an excellent acceleration, resisting the attacks of

Falco Berry (n ° 4),

who redeemed himself after his three disqualifications

, and Payet (n ° 2)

. His driver Christophe Martens thus won his second quinté on the large illuminated track of Paris-Vincennes.

Behind the

top three,

Valzer di Poggio

(n ° 9) takes fourth place.

This classy walker erases its previous half-hearted outing right here and should quickly return to success.

Freyja du Pont

(n ° 10) completes the finish after being far away during the course.

Note that

Datcha (

n ° 8) and

Equinoxe Jiel

(n ° 12) were at fault and were disqualified.

All of our prognosticators indicated the quinté in the disorder.

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2021-10-22

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