Arrival of the fifth: 2 – 8 – 12 – 3 – 4
In their last six races Nightlife (#2) always finished first or second. A student of Vincent Sartori, who joined his pits after the qualifying race on 18 October in Deauville, continued this fine streak by winning the Languedoc Prix. “It was a focused race,” says Pauline Menges, team manager at the Legend Racing Club. His trainer has shown this horse well and it’s really great to win a fifth for this group stable. “Thanks to this success, night life allows his partner, Christophe Soumillon, to achieve a very good result of 200 successes in fifths. “He was the most handsome on the tour,” the Belgian jockey responds. I like to ride horses like this where you have to sneak around. I thank Pierre Bazire who asked me to ride this horse he had just won. »
To achieve his goals, the four-year-old male was forced to work to the end to push back a very clean finish. Good Shot (n°8). These two are way ahead. Illuminated Glory (#12)which gave the impression of success at 200 m from the finish line. Warm Breeze (#3) behaves with dignity to keep the fourth place. Heliopolis (No. 4) completes a good combo with fifth just one nose ahead Zulu Nyala (#sixteen).
Stefan Flurand listed tiercé in order, and quarte and quinté out of order for eight horses.