The horses spotted by the editorial staff for Thursday, November 24

Vincennes (R1)

208 – Jewel of Banville – Urgent Prize – 2:25 p.m.

Spotted on November 1, 2022 at Lavalby Tanguy Bernier : “Long at the back of the pack, gradually broke free on the straight and sprinted remarkably, outside.”

209 – Periwinkle Jazz – Urgent Prize – 2:25 p.m.

Retrieved November 13, 2022 at Vincennesby Tanguy Bernier : “Wait-and-see within the small peloton, progressed inside in the last turn, then took the advantage after the disqualification of Just Bird at the exit of the last turn and spun to the post without opposition.”

406 – Hasur Dairpet – Shelf Price – 3:35 p.m.

Retrieved November 13, 2022 at Vincennesby Tanguy Bernier : “Long at the back of the pack, provided an excellent final effort, outside, failing just enough for a better classification.”

511 – Iron Meslois – Prix de Picardie – 4:10 p.m.

Retrieved November 6, 2022 at argentanby Tanguy Bernier : “Faulty (embarrassed) one lap from goal when he was on a sixth line at the rope, being very brilliant, came inside on the straight and finished well to take third place.”

803 – Summary Irmyla – Loudun Prize – 5:55 p.m.

Retrieved November 13, 2022 at Vincennesby Tanguy Bernier : “Relegated to a third row on the climb, could never express herself on the straight, finishing with obvious resources, and failed by nothing for third place.”

Chantilly (R3)

704 – Kool First – Valois Multier Prize – 2:42 p.m.

Retrieved November 2, 2022 at Sweet whipped creamby Freddy Boersch : “Quickly at the back of the pack, gave a nice final effort outside.”

713 – Shine on me – Valois Multier Prize – 2:42 p.m.

Retrieved November 2, 2022 at Sweet whipped cream by Freddy Boersch : “Quick in the back, finished in a pleasant action, without however being threatening.”

815 – Ayana – Price of the Buttes – 3:17 p.m.

Retrieved November 12, 2022 at Amienby Nicolas Labourasse : “Patient in the second half of the peloton, didn’t feel comfortable on the turn, then came back to finish pleasantly, gaining ground in the last 200 metres.”

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