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PMU – Arrival of the quinté of Friday February 3 at Vincennes: Kimberly's Wish, the best finish


Led with composure by Franck Ouvrie, the 6-year-old mare trained in the Netherlands, proved to be the strongest at the end of a fine end to

Arrival of the fifth:

4 - 12 - 14 - 9 - 3

Disputed on the 2,850 m of the big track and reserved for only 6-year-old females, the quinté of this Friday evening was the prerogative of a foreign competitor, despite the presence of tricolor mares in number (ten out of fourteen).

At the end of a tailor-made course and after a very tight finish, the prize went to

Kimberly's Wish

(No. 4), which won the most beautiful jewel of her career.

“I was able to get a place in the final bend, declared his driver Franck Ouvrie, at the microphone of Equidia.

I needed that, especially since it is even better in front.

I have success at the moment, so you have to take advantage of it.


🏆 At the cost of a superb effort in the home stretch, 𝗞𝗶𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿𝗹𝘆'𝘀 𝗪𝗶𝘀𝗵 (𝟰) (F. Ouvrie / BJ Crebas) wins the Prix André Louis Dreux, #Quinté + of the day at @Vincennes_Hippo!

🏁 4 - 12 - 14 - 9 - 3

— Equidia (@equidia) February 3, 2023

Not far from the winner,


(n ° 12), galloping off, was able to sneak aside to finish well.

She ranks second while


(n° 14) completes the podium after deceiving herself for a better ranking.

Like the first three,

Halma d'Amer

(n°9) finished in an honorable way and ahead of

Hygie Haufor

(n°3), finally fifth but whose performance shows that she should soon be talking about her again …

Kévin Romain indicated the quartet out of order.

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2023-02-03

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