Arrival of the fifth: 4 - 1 - 9 - 5 - 14
His fall on May 24 in the stage of the Grand National du Trot at Croisé-Laroche (Nord) is only a bad memory. Gamin Jaba (No. 4) made only one bite of his opponents and flew to his second success in a pay-per-view betting support event. "We enjoyed a good run even if we were outside the leading horse," says Jean-Michel Bazire, who peaks at 589 victories at this level as a driver. I felt that I had his measure. And when JMB asked his partner to accelerate up the climb, the case was already heard. "He was only asking for my green light," concludes, with a smile, the coach to the 372 quintés.
🏆 Kid Jaba (4) (J.-M. Bazire / J.-M. Bazire) makes a strong impression and shows us again his best face. He wins the Prix du Quercy, #Quinté + of the day to @Vincennes_Hippo!
👉 With #JMB and deferred of the four, he was impregnable!
🏁 4 - 1 - 9 - 5 - 14 pic.twitter.com/YooK0ygvdm
— Equidia (@equidia) June 10, 2023
Even if he could not doubt the superiority of the winner, He And Me (No. 1) achieved a very good performance after having gone around the peloton in the rising part of the competition. He took the first accessit in front of Héliot de Cahot (No. 9), again at the finish. In sharp decline, Eolien de Chenu (No. 5) is back in the news by taking fourth place, after a lively explanation with the outsider Digne et Droit (No. 14), the big surprise of this meeting.
Halim Bouakkaz indicated the third in order (48.50 euros) in three horses only and the quarter in order in six units (348.10 euros).