Trainers’ opinion for Quinté on Thursday July 28, 2022

Interviews with coaches for the Grande Course de Haies – Prix Guillaume d’Ornano

Mikaël Mescam: As evidenced by his recent trial, Calinight (1) is in good shape now and I think it’s a good time to go back to big handicaps. However, I don’t have many options and this race comes at the right time. Also, as he got older, he preferred fast tracks. With the race going well, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him do well.

Arnaud Chaillé-Chaillé: He is a quality horse. Chella Speed ​​(2) just made a winning comeback and I think it should show improvement. He was in shape in the morning and although he has to carry a little weight, I expect a good performance from him. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him fighting for the top spots.

Francois Nicole: Elvis in Balme (4) recently proved its form and its ability for this course in a race with relatively heterogeneous conditions. Thursday he found handicaps with form and moral. This entry of the day is a logical continuation of his program before it is possible to redirect him to the steeplechase afterwards. I am not saying he will win again. But good behavior on his part is expected

Francois Renaut: Anca (5) will definitely not finish in the top 5. Without any demeriting for what his first attempt at the Parisian level fifths. He is a developing horse that has improved tremendously over time. He is good at work. He will discover Clairefontaine. That remains unknown. But one should enjoy this flowing track where the races are always chosen.

Valentin Devillars: I didn’t think much of this new recruit. I received it in excellent condition from Mr. Nicole. This is the first under my command. Katana One (7) gave satisfaction in the morning and his last exercise was excellent. Without underestimating the opposition, good behavior on its part is expected here. He will be given sheepskins to help him concentrate on his work and get him into a rhythm.

Mrs. Sophie Leech: Tiger Tap Tap (8) hot and cold and clearly disliked the Auteuil route. Having already done well on the Clairefontaine track last summer, we return to a context that he once wanted with the ambition to see him do well.

Pierre-Jean Fertilet: Lately, I’ve been trying to find easy ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​entative entries for him lately, like it happened with the claimants. It did him the greatest good and My son (9) appears at the beginning of the quinté with good morals. Competitive at this price, it can finish in the top five.

Yannick Fouin: Helsinki Nolimit (10) recently made a triumphant return to this course. On Thursday, he improved in the category regarding this outing. I know this. But the horse “bounced back” well from its last outing. And I trust his form and his skills on the track to see him successfully make this move. Tempting to try…

Nicolas Devilder: If you look at his music, Obeaux Diva (11) not reprimanded. I have nothing negative to say. With relatively soft ground and a smooth race, it should once again be able to fight for the highest places. We leave the logical dependence.

Gaëtan Taupin: After an encouraging return in Nantes, I hope, it is true, better recently in Dieppe. In vain, Shenko Magic (12) stayed there for a while to finish. Maybe he should run. He is an old horse with his habits and knows how to take care of himself. This outing has benefited him and I can see that he is improving. Its margin is thin but it appreciates the track and has freshness.

Patrick Quinton: Dunes Gino (13) will make his comeback race and this race will serve as a springboard for him to regain his Grand Steeple de Waregem title. He seems good to me but he is not 100%. In addition, it is better in steeplechase. Before the kick, I would be surprised to see him finish in the finish.

Philip Peltier: Dominator (14) not necessarily an easy horse to train at the start of his career. We took our time with him. We are reaping the rewards as evidenced by his recent access to such company. He will discover Clairefontaine. But has the speed to adapt and is relatively left-handed. So confirmation is expected from him on Thursday.

Philip Peltier: Henya (15) discover Clairefontaine but adapt to almost everything. He is a cute little horse who does all his shopping. It just confirmed its form and its competitiveness in the value that belongs to Dieppe. And should go again defend itself well on Thursday.

Mrs. Sophie Leech: Spes Energicall (16) recently proved its form and its ability for the course of the day. The opposition, however, is smaller than what it will face on Thursday. He has to prove himself at this level. And maybe even better on the second try.

Source: Geny races

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