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Cavalleria sets track record at Cagnes sur Mer

02:06 AM 05 Aug 2018 NZST
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Trainer, driver, owner Nicolas Ensch celebrates track record victory with Cavalleria at Cagnes sur Mer
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The 5/2 odds Cavalleria (6f Prodigious-Jange) took tonight’s’ Prix de Rome Tor di Valle Memorial at Cagnes sir Mer. Nicolas Ensch teamed the winner that he owns and trains. 

She was timed in 1.12.3kr, a track record for the distance. 3.2/1 Boss du Meleuc (7g Lucky Blue) held second for Christophe Martens and owner/trainer Y.A. Briand. 17/1 Viking d’Hermes was third ahead of even money favorite Colonel Bond and 38/1 Uranium.

The Prix Ready Cash (purse 32,000 euro, 2700 meters autostart, 10 entrants) at CSM went to 5/1 Dauphin Royal (5m Kesaco Phedo)  with trainer/driver Nicolas Ensch up. Race time was 1.13.7kr. 72/1 Da Vinci Bond (5g Quaker Jet) was second for J.P. Ensch, also trainer. 3.7/1 Dusty Wood (5m Goetmals Wood-Orangette) took third with Pierre Vercruysse up for owner/trainer Louis Baudron.

At Mariendorf (Berlin) the featured Garantiebrief (purse 7,500 euro, 1900 meters autostart, eight starters) went to 9/10 favorite Hector Boko (4g Going Kronos-Yucca Boko) timed in 1.12.5kr and driven by Dennis Spangenberg for trainer Thorsten Tietz. 3.1/1 Kentucky Bo (4g Dream Vacation-Classic Bo) was second for trainer Rudolf Haller driving and 55/1 Holly Star (4f Classic Grand Cru) was third for Jaap Van Rijn.

At Cabourg was the Friday Q+ Prix du Conseil Departmental du Calando (purse 38,000 euro, 2750 meters, 16 European starters). 2.3/1 Ce Bello Romain (6g Jam Pridem-Miss Echo Bello) scored in 1.14.2kr for driver Anthony Barrier and owner/trainer S.G.Dupont.

This winner recorded his 10th career win in 34 starts now for 203,260 euro earned. 8/1 Digital Collection (7g Super Photo Kosmos-Full Authority) was second for David Thomain with third to 5/2 Colt des Essarts (6m Olitro) reined by Francois Lagadeuc. 95/1 Amour Orageux and 25/1 Cronis d’Hameline completed the top five and the Q+ exact order ticket paid 13,111 euro.

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

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