Our Opinion: Wadi Said (5)
Highly visible this winter in Vincennes, “Victoria’s Dream” continues to push its limits. She won the Henri Levesque (Group Two) in April, and has not been seen since finishing fourth in the Prix Albert Demarcq (Gr2). Right from the start, it seemed to be capable of delivering a major blow in the field.
So prominent this winter in Vincennes, Happy Valley (5) continues to push its limits. She won Henri Levesque (Group Two) in April, and has not been seen since taking fourth on May 7 in the Prix Albert Demarcq (Gr2). Right from the start, it seemed to be capable of delivering a major blow in the field. To carry out her mission, the Victoria Dreams actress must be careful with Bilo Jepson (1), who is irreplaceable since he arrived in our land this winter. In the best case, the Aura Sl (4) is undoubtedly the best shot of Jean-Michel Bazire’s three residents at the start of Quinté+. We will then keep her ahead of Sahara Jaeburn (3), Have a Dream final runner-up in Group 3 in Enghien. The winner of his last two matches, Fakir de Mahey (7) aims higher but keeps his chances of getting a place. Faithful (12) is within the resort’s bounds and will complete our selection with Victor Ferm (14), talented but forced back 25m, and Favorite of Iton (9), recently composed for a good return to Vichy.
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