Arrival of the quinté
: 3 - 4 - 12 - 14 - 13
Reserved for whole horses and geldings aged 6 to 9 inclusive, having not won € 235,000, the quinté du jour brought together sixteen competitors over the long distance of the 2,875 m at the Enghien racecourse. With a setback set at € 135,000, the vast majority of the peloton started from the first echelon like
(n ° 3). Winner at this level on October 1 on the Parisian ash before finishing third in the quinté on October 10 on this track, the resident of David Alexandre confirms his current great form and his understanding with his driver, Gabriele Gerlomini. On a good start, he lost company to his rivals at the start of the last turn before living on his lead to win the second quint of his career. He is clearly ahead of the favorite,
(n ° 4), author of a good effort in the final phase without however worrying the winner.
Quickly well placed,
(n ° 2) lost the benefit of his efforts following a prank in the final phase, which allows
(n ° 12) to keep 3rd place ahead of
(n ° 14).
The quinté is completed by another competitor from the second echelon, namely
(n ° 13), which clearly precedes
(n ° 6) and
(n ° 9), disappointing.
(n ° 7) and
Dauphin du Pré
(n ° 10) were at fault at the start of the course.