Fifth.  The Prix du Rhone in Enghien this Saturday May 28, 2022.

Fifth. The Prix du Rhone in Enghien this Saturday May 28, 2022.

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The Prix du Rhone in Enghien this Saturday, May 28, 2022.

Address Enghien this Saturday, May 28, 2022, for the Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté most of the day. In this event, the Prix du Rhone will have to compete against each other as starters. The race will be held over 2,150 meters and will be endowed with €70,000.

In this event, Bolero Gar (5) has already done great things in his career, especially on our soil. However, he has been pretty disappointing overall lately and hasn’t had any real competition on his legs recently, because he quickly did irreparable damage during his comeback at Vincennes. For the good value of him, he would have a good card to play, but we can have doubts about that. In his first attempt in France, last month in Enghien, Sahara Jaeburn (11) made a great comeback. He also stepped forward and asked for a breather to finish. Since then, he has shown the quality of his winning provinces in particular. He seems to have very good chances. Here, with 11, he is a lesser evil. His partner knows him. He deserves quite a bit of credit.

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Leo Abivard: Haribo du Loisir (1) recently demonstrated in the 2,700 meters that he had regained his sensations. He won in style. The data changes this time, it is the 2,150 meters in Enghien. On cinder speed courses, you need to hold on. Here, more speed. We will also have to beat Kennedy (3). However, he is very well placed and should finish on the podium.

Eric HansenBondo: Wild West Diamant (2) held up his game well at Aby earlier in the month on a sustained course. I like this type of course. It is capable of prolonged acceleration, not a sudden change in speed. We inherited a good number in lane 2, which should allow us not to be too far behind the leader. This race is a goal. He has my confidence in finishing on the podium.

Julian Lemer: Kennedy (3) hasn’t raced in a while because he just didn’t have any tickets available for him. We had to wait for this great race. I think it will be good for this event, but you never know anyway. Since he liked Mauquenchy, there are reasons to think that he will adapt to Enghien’s route. Normally it should work fine.

Benjamin Rochard: I have often been associated with the Feast du Belver (6). It is consistent in its performance and formidable on flat tracks. I should be happy on this track. With the help of a good route, keeping it until the entrance of the straight, you always get good ends of the race. If all goes well, I expect a good performance.

Eric Raffin: Galla de Manche (7) is at his distance, he has just run uphill and this time he will be four feet barefoot. Unfortunately, he inherited the number 7 behind the autostart. If he had had 1, 2, or 3, he would have seen her in the winning fifth but, there, his place behind the wings of the car does not favor him. It will be necessary to be able to count on favorable circumstances.

Nicholas Bridault: Heart of Gold (8) made a small comeback in April in the 2,150 meters of Enghien but was able to return to victory. It is comfortable on this course and has flat profiles. He has not been seen since. I waited for this compromise. It goes up in parallel and has not run out of activity. You can confirm and still actively compete for the top places. He knows how to run at full speed.

Jean Christophe Germain: Gold Mencourt (9) returns to his best level as always at this time of year. Spring suits you perfectly. He won at Laval, showing the state of his recent form. Now, here, the opposition is great with children of 5 years and foreigners. Enghien is doing well, but we are second in line. Next, he will go to the Trophée d’Alençon. He will do his best and why not a small place.

Jarmo Niskanen: Cyrano de B. (10) suffered from health problems after the winter and had to retire. In the morning, he’s undemonstrative and hard to spot. He was off the pace at Laval at the end of April. Then it went wrong for me at the start in Reims. Since then, he seems better in training. It approaches a good level for him. He still risks missing out a bit, but he can claim to contest the finish.

Federico Pratt: For her comeback on May 17, Ginai des Thorns (12) looked a bit bright in a well-run race. She asked to breathe. I thought she was a little closer than that. Here, he uses the trot. He keeps the irons from him. The goal is to achieve a clean route before other uphill starts to come. His ambitions are quite limited.

Bruno Bourgoin: Hamilton Renka (13) has been ill and has not been seen for two months. Out of freshness, he has shot into a gallop recently. It can happen to him. This race has done him good. He is slightly on the rise. He has speed and appreciates flat profiles. The opposition remains formidable and we are on the second line. In advance, it is not easy but he is a jogger and he will do the best he can.

Philip Rocca: Balsamine Font (14) had respiratory problems after his last outing and had to rest. She hasn’t seen her for two months. That said, she gets ready pretty quickly and during a sprint workout ten days ago, she did a mile in 1’10” at home. She does well in Enghien and speed courses. She has the chops for a lead role.

Michel F. Rothengatter: City Guide (15) hadn’t raced available for a month. He continued to train regularly on the beach. He is very well physically. Evolving in flat profiles suits him well. He likes racing with pace and going over others to finish. You have to keep your morale high. If you can have the right race, you can get to the finish line.

Stephane Provoost: The last performance of Hermine Girl (16), at Vincennes, was aimed at preparing her for this race. Unfortunately, she inherited a very bad second line number. I tried to take it to the top for this event, but I’m disappointed with the draw. Her pilot will have to be highly inspired for her to defend her chances.

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A summary: 3-1-2-8-11-5-4-6 The press summary: 3 – 1 – 2 – 6 – 11 – 5 – 7 – 10

Equidia: 3-1-2-11-8-15-10-9
Europe 1:3-2-1-6-8-11-7-14
The Parisian:
Paris Turf: 3-1-8-2-11-6-10-5

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