Fifth. The Ile de France Handicap in Saint Cloud this Tuesday, May 17, 2022. – Angers Info

The Ile de France Handicap in Saint Cloud on Tuesday, May 17, 2022.

Direction Saint Cloud on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 for Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté+. In this event, Ile de France Handicap will have to compete against each other as starters. The race will be contested over 2,100 metres, and will win €50,000.

In this event, Santorin (1) made a good comeback at Lyon-Barelli. He was previously placed in a group in his youth, and has since revised his claims downward and here he will take part in his first handicap. He should have won on condition of his last comeback and he should be able to step into the winning set of this fifth set. Lettyt Fight (3) is a well-known competitor on the level that interests us here. His outings of the year weren’t definitive on paper. But for my relative. His comeback race was encouraging. More recently, he was forced to start his efforts a bit early after having to advance in thickness. With a good track on Tuesday, a follower of good terrain can best offend themselves here. Salduro (8) is a brand new horse that his entourage has turned toward disability this year. After an encouraging first outing at the fiftieth level, it wasn’t confirmed recently. In his defense that day, he was forced to travel extensively. We’re still whole, we’ll make sure he’s not hastily condemned. Golfing Star (13) has been in the spotlight recently. Unfortunately for his captors, he was arrested by his partner that day. This, like many of his teammates, after hearing a loud noise in the middle of the race and Stéphane Pasquier fearing a physical problem with his horse, chose to stop it. Fortunately, his entourage feared more than harm. This elegant horse can be replaced here …

Jenny’s Secrets

Matthew Brassem: Ilot Secret (2) got a good entry last time and didn’t miss it. He is worthy because he needed to restore his morale by imposing himself, which always gives all his fifths. This victory made him very sad and brought a hell of morale in this tournament. Logically, he has a good card to play.

Henry Alex Bantal: Rue des Irelands (4) is still competitive for success provided that everything goes as smoothly as possible during the course because it really is a wait-and-see. Now, she’ll find a path that she loves and I hope to see her play the main roles again.

Stefan Wattel: Baraten (5) had an easy run to victory in April, regaining confidence. I think since it was neutralized I’ve run it for way too long hence its messy results since the beginning of the year. I hope I am not mistaken in presenting it for a shorter period. He’s definitely better on a softer track, but he could do well on good ground.

Christopher Escuder: The Gipsy Jet Sept (6) is still on a slew of good rides. At this value it is competitive in handicaps, maybe it’s more difficult in the five hundred for successes but the place is within reach. However, he is currently going through an amazing period of shape.

Michael Delzangles: Magician (7) has fallen to “greatness” and holds a good performance which leads me to believe he can compete in 36 value. With a good race track, he should run very well.

David Smagah: El Manifico (9) has defended again very well recently in a similar match. Since then everything has been fine for him. Hence, it is reasonable to expect new good behavior from him on Tuesday.

Vaclav Luka: Ideal King (10) had small health issues and came back in April. I don’t think he has much of a chance here and he is not the best at stake. It’s hard to be an optimist.

Georgios Olympensis: Nishan (11) has had two relatively disappointing matches in similar rounds. Without being able to really explain it. He’s really being honest with himself in the morning. His rider, who rides it every day, always finds it good. Recently, he has never been in the race with pony behavior according to his jockey. We hope to see him show his true colors on Tuesday.

Miss Anne Sophie Crombies: Refurbished (12) in good condition. In his age we work on freshness until he voluntarily reaches the races. But at his age, he knows music well and it’s hard to tell about his behaviour. He seems to be in good spirits at the moment, but Tuesday is going to be hot and heavy, which annoys me a bit. It also returns to Saint-Cloud, which also raises a small question mark.

Mrs. Bea Brant: Bourdain (14 years old) does nearly all of his shopping. Given his low weight, he has just shown through back to handicap that he can be competitive with a value of 33. Now, I would have preferred right-handed training to be the first event…here, he will do his best and hopefully he can get a place .

Frederick Head: En Or (15) ran well in a similar race a little longer and on slightly sticky ground. The horse has remained in good shape and should behave well, although the distance may be a bit short.

Matthew Putin: Benny Benny (16) still has a very good walk on this track. On that day, this extremely honest and manageable horse was in the lead. But he can also wait during the cycle. It all depends on the pace of the race. He’s been in great shape and I hope to see him again defending well on Tuesday

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