Interviews with the coaches for the Green Trophy Final in Craon
Frederic Prat: Three in Houlbet (1) responded to my expectations in Cabourg, where it shared the victory recently. He remains in good condition. It’s good on grassy slopes and happy in the right hand. True, a bit spicy but worth a try. It can take a place at this level.
Emmanuel Varin: Fine Love Pearls (2) only a shadow of himself in the last place. He must be in heat. I hope that’s the reason, because he’s been working really well since then. It is good for grass and rope on the right. Also, he can continue like waiting. I advise you to return it.
Frederic Heon: Clea Micellerie (3) worse than last time. Then, this right hand did not use, because of the lack of commitments and to recover a little freshness. He is not bad but not good. So, I see this as the fifth best, with the help of a good trip. Sometimes he is better at career than at work.
Frank LeBlanc: Fragonard Delo (4) ran well in a fairly strong field last time. He will improve, because we stopped him. It should be okay. He needs a good ride, but I think he has a chance at the end of the combination.
Damien Good: Bomo Dragster (5) quite a heavy rail to the capital for a semi-return. This race has done him well. I have the idea of running it as an apprentice under saddle on September 22. In addition, this race will be beneficial to him. He is barefoot and will definitely improve. Now the opposition is strong. He has no business.
Antoine Lherete: Girolamo (6) benefited from a good trip but the pace of Carentan did not change. It has been renewed since its last release. Here, he is well placed in the lead for the final. I tried to prepare him for this race. However, there was serious opposition to Gently de Muze and Elvis du Vallon. Let’s try to grab a small area.
Sylvain Roger: Edy du Pommereux (7) Really made a good end of the race in the last place, supporting his effort well in the last thousand meters, negotiating the last bend in the third thickness. It is a little better on the right-hand side, likes the grass and engages well. There is still a good batch. I hope for good behavior, but for a place, objection is given.
Pascal Monthule: Eliska Berry (8) in fact there was no favorable course of the Enghien race. It should be kept as long as possible. Here, he is well placed in the lead. Now, weed hasn’t been very successful for him lately. I hope the track is not so wet. He was uncomfortable like that. It’s not far from home. I tried it but the opposition was serious.
Jacques-Etienne Thuet: Destin Carisaie (9) no favorable race. It should be kept as long as possible. Here, he is well placed in the lead. Now, weed hasn’t been very successful for him lately. I hope the track is not so wet. He was uncomfortable like that. It’s not far from home. I tried it but the opposition was serious.
Matthew Varin: Thiole Calimero (10) freshness is back. With transportation, shopping and the heat this summer, she needs to decompress a little. I tried to prepare as much as possible for the final to ensure victory in the general classification. He went the distance and faced fierce opposition. Before that, he would satisfy me by taking fifth place.
Jean-Michel Bazire: Slow de Muze (11) sharpened for it. He held his game, ferré, well this summer on two occasions. Here he goes barefoot. It makes the distance but that doesn’t worry me. He must maintain his rank. He likes grass. My main concern is Elvis du Vallon, but I have full confidence in my horse. For others, I have in mind the end of the GNT in December.
Cedric Mégissier: Foxtrot Sea (12) must be assured. The last time, we tried to get closer, when there were many trains in front. So it was very complicated. It may not be as good as spring. His task seems ambiguous, because there are good horses. A small area at the end of the combination is fine.
Eric Gilles Blot: Echo of Chanlecy (13) ran the Bernay stage to qualify for the Final. It has already won the grassland of Craon. On this face, I can delay it completely. All is well, three weeks after his good second place in Pornichet at GNT. He has my confidence to compete for the top spots.
Charles Cuiller: Elvis du Vallon (14) The pace was very good last time, where it was not easy, because he was too far away. He finished well. He won the same race in fine style last year. There is little competition, especially at Gently de Muze. It should bring us back to the top and not too far from the start straight, without any effort.
Source: Geny races