Arrival: 8 – 1 – 6 – 10 – 2
It was well worth a little kiss from Cristian Demuro. On his return to the round of presentation, the Italian jockey congratulated in this way Soho (n ° 8) who literally flew over Thursday’s quinté, disputed over 2,800 m on very soft ground at the ParisLongchamp racecourse. Favorite of the event, this 5-year-old gelding, trained by Sarah Steinberg, signs her eighth victory in sixteen outings, the first at this level.
Riding at the forefront, he quickly took the lead during the course before coming off very clearly at mid-straight in the final phase. “It can be a Listed winner on heavy ground”, confided, at the microphone of Equidia, Cristian Demuro who has recorded a fifty-ninth success in a quinté since the start of his career.
Far from the main animator and future winner, Mister Nino (n ° 1) brilliantly takes the first runner-up under… 62 kg. Belgian Prince (n ° 6), at the heart of the peloton and unhappy in the final straight line before finding the passage, completes the arrival of the trifecta, ahead Lettyt Storm (n ° 10) and Spiel (n° 2).