Arrival of the fifth: 2 - 13 - 9 - 11 - 14
In front of packed stands, on the occasion of the popular tropical evening, organized by LeTrot, Olivier Peslier's casaque shone on the Parisian ash. Driven in confidence by his coach, Guillaume Gillot, Indian Pacific (No. 2) has never been approached by his opponents. "It was good not to miss it," admits the one who won his fifth fifth as a driver and the eighth as a coach. We get to know each other better and it's going in the right direction. Like his brother, Doux Parfum, he can go to the front. He still has a little margin and I think he can move up the category. The son of Singalo was playing his first event and therefore did not miss his debut at this level.
🏆 Indian Pacific (2) (G. Gillot / G. Gillot) stuns the competition and dominates the race head and shoulders. He won the Marsik Prize, #Quinté + of the day at @Vincennes_Hippo.
👉 He set the new race record in 1'13"3
🏁 2 - 13 - 9 - 11 - 14 pic.twitter.com/U1rQNFHKZM
— Equidia (@equidia) June 9, 2023
Despite a sharp attack at the exit of the final turn, Italiano di Pao (No. 13) can not doubt the superiority of the winner. He is ahead of Ipso Simardière (No. 9), who is credited with a very good end of the race after waiting on the rope during the course. Instant Karma (No. 11) fails at the foot of the podium but does not demerit. Ioup la Boum (No. 14) completes the right combination of the fifth.
Emmanuel Rivron was the most perceptive in our columns by indicating the quarter in the mess in seven horses.