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The great veteran harness racing trotter, Akim du Cap Vert, won today’s Prix de Montigne le Brillant (purse 25,000€, 2875 meters voltstart, 11 starters) at Laval timed in 1.13.4kr and reined by his owner/trainer Franck Anne. Akim last won on November 21, 2015 when he was victorious in the Prix de Bretagne. Today’s victory was his 11th in the career that now sports earnings of 1,343,055€. He was off as the 2.8/1 favorite and bested 45/1 Clarck Sotho (6g Oiseau de Feux) with Antoine Weils aboard. The 14/1 Voltigeur de Myrt (9m Opus Viervil) took third for Lorenzo Donati to increase his career earnings to 1,402,317€. The 20/1 Bon Copain (7m Love You) and 13/1 Artiste de Joudes rounded out the top five. By Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Enghien-Soisy hosted two excellent race days this week. On October 10 the Prix de la Porte de la Chapelle (purse 43,000€, 2150 meters autostart, 10 starters) saw 2.8/1 odds Fort Galaa (3g Rieussac-Lacita) score in 1.14.5kr with Yoann Lebourgeois up. The 41/1 Forban (3m Niky) took second for Pierre Vercruysse ahead of 49/1 Fragonard Delo (3m Akim du Cap Vert) handled by Gabriele Gelormini. On October 10 the featured Prix de la Porte de Saint-Marde (purse 44,000€, 2875 meters, 16 starters) went to 1.15.4kr timed and 6.7/1 odds Equateur Mauzon (4m Ready Cash-Strawinsca Mauzin) that Pierre Vercruysse trains and drove for owner Cte. Paul de Senneville. This winner scored for the fifth time in a 15 start career that increased his earnings to 79,190€. 2.6/1 favorite Exayre (4g Uaukir) was second ahead of 131/1 Eddy des Mulottes (4m Halimede). Undefeated 1.2/1 favorite Florence Bourbon (3f Ready Cash-Urgentissime) recorded her fourth straight timed in 1.15.9kr with trainer Sebastien Guarato aboard. Her earnings are now 49,500€. The race was the Prix du Chateau D’eau (purse 43,000€, 2150 meters autostart, 13 starters) and the winning owner was breeder Ecurie du Haras de Saint Martin. 9/1 Fee de Lunojo (3f Lontzac) was second for Franck Nivard and 26/1 Fayette (3f Voltigeur de Myrt) took third money with Franck Ouvrie driving. The Prix de la Porte de Chatillon (purse 38,000€, 2150 meters autostart, 13 starters) saw 1.8/1 favorite Fabulous Jet (3m Coktail Jet-Rebecca Jet) score timed in 1.16.1kr. Pierre Vercruysse teamed the Vincent Martens trainee that Ecurie Meydan owns. The 13/1 Fabuleux Destin (3g Uniclove) held second for owner/trainer/driver Gabriel Angel Pou Pou. Third went to 7.2/1 Fripou des Sables (3m Look de Star) with J.Ph. Monclin aboard. The October 10th Quinte+ at Lyon-Parilly was the Prix de Vendee (purse 35,000€, 2850 meters, 16 European starters)/ The 3.8/1 odds third choice Super Fez (7m Love You-Lucia Fi) scored for Gabriele Gelormini, Scuderia Cumana and trainer Gennaro Casillo. Race time was 1.14.8kr as the impressive winner defeated 3.2/1 Visitor (9m Capriccio) and 5.6/1 Baronne de Bapne (7f Prodigious). 2.7/1 Big Boss and 50/1 Running Allmar (8m Ganymede-Hialeah Hanover) completed the top five with the exact order payoff amounting to 1,304€ for the 2€ wager. On October 12th at Paris-Vincennes are a superb lineup of top flight races including the Gr. III Prix Gordonia, Q+ Prix Hera, European Championships for three, four and five year olds and the Prix Bohemia. The feature race entries follow. On October 14th at Hamburg Germany there will also be a great racing program led by the 150,000€ Grossier Preis Von Deutschland. The program also includes the Gr. III Lord Pit for 30,000€, Gr. III Dein Markt Cup (30,000€ purse), the 30,000€ Bark FFA and the Gr. III Deutschland Cup (50,000€). Many of the better horses and drivers from throughout Europe will be on site for one of Germany’s biggest race days. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Monticello, NY-- He has been competing with amateur status since he began driving but today (Wed. Oct. 10) at Monticello Raceway Tony Ciuffetelli drove like a professional when he won both divisions of the French v America Friendship competition. The former corrections officer won one race from behind and the other on the front-end. In the third race Ciuffetelli avoided the congestion in front of him and rallied Sams Fortune to a come-from-behind triumph in 2:03.4 over seven rivals and three races later he sent Brandos Music Man to the front and made every pole a winning one en route to a 2:00.4 victory. "This is my first driving double and I'm certainly thrilled" a smiling Ciuffetelli said in the paddock as he handed the reins to the horse's caretaker. Starting from the two-hole with Sams Fortune Ciuffetelli got away slowly as four others sped for the lead. They were in fifth place when the field passed the first quarter as France's Ms Sandrine Oyer was stuck on the limb with Five Star Stud. A the race progressed French driver Jerome Maillard had Tattle Tell Teen on the lead as Frenchman Jean Marc Freyssence and Four Star Lefty were second -over behind Ms Oyer's pacer which sort of made a block for anyone trying to get around. Sensing a problem the USA's Alan Schwartz wheeled Lightning Madison three-deep and they paced by the leaders and opened daylight and were followed by Ciuffetelli and Sams Fortune. At the top of the lane Lightning Madison they had a three -length lead and despite being hung-out the entire way Five Star Stud was still in contention. At that point Sams Fortune was fifth on the far outside still five lengths off the leader. But as the field progressed in the lane Lightning Madison faded to finish third and Sams Fortune rallied to a length victory over Five Star Stud. "I made it through the traffic and when we finally cleared and headed for home my horse was the strong horse and we went on to win it," Ciuffetelli explained. The winner is owned by Pete and Donna Siebert and trained by Siebert, He paid $7.80. After all the road trouble Ciuffetelli had in the first event he hustled the betting favorite Brandos Muscle Man to the lead from the six-hole and played catch me if you can,-.. and nobody could. They chugged along unchallenged for a one-length victory in a time of 2:00.4 as his French rivals finished second and third. With a two-hole trip France's Jerome Malliard was second best with Ralph R and his countryman, Jean Marc Freyssence, third with Bootswiththefur, albeit in a dead-heat with Linda Marie, driven by the USA's Jerry Fielding. "He's a classy old horse," Ciuffetelli said referring to Brandos Muscle Man, "And even though the old veteran knew just what to do I still had to keep after him in the stretch." The winner is owned by Rick Dane and Monica Banca and trained by Dane. He paid $4.80. For Ciuffetelli, who has sights on possibly being the amateur driver of the year, his seasons stats after today's races are: 10-7-6 in 50 starts with a UDR of .318. On Friday, the final race in the America v France Friendship Competition will be at the Meadowlands. by John Manzi, for NAADA          

It's hard to believe but today harness racing's www.harnesslink.com celebrates its 16th birthday.  Harnesslink is the brainchild of international horse agent, John Curtin (J.C. International), who 16 years ago saw a need for a world-wide harness racing website that put online the latest harness racing news from around the globe. John says, "Our policy is to keep improving every single day - 365 days of the year. We have staff working every day of the year to bring you all the latest harness racing news from every corner of the world. When Harnesslink launched in 2002 there were only four harness racing websites on the internet, so we've been in a unique position to have watched the harness racing community embrace the technological world during this time. It has been our pleasure to keep harness racing fans around the world informed of what is happening within our sport. We are projected to have over 3 million unique IP users in 2018, which will make Harnesslink the world’s most read harness racing site. We are still looking for ways to improve and provide you, our customers, with better coverage throughout the world, we continously strive to do this! If any of our readers have a worthy news item, please feel free to send it to news@harnesslink.com and we will do our best, as always, to print your article. We'd like to thank all of you for coming back regularly to read Harnesslink, if you're reading this you're obviously one of our faithful followers and we thank you. Harnesslink Media

Monday’s harness racing trotting action at Enghien showcased the Quinte+ Prix du Pont des Arts (purse 44,000€, 2150 meters, 16 European starters). 2.9/1 second choice Cristal du Perche (6g Roi du Coq-Hotesca) scored timed in 1.12.7kr for driver David Thomain. The 7.2/1 Onceforall Face (7g Viking Kronos-Lemon Soda OM) took second for Pierre Vercruysse, trainer Jeppe Juel and Team Juel. 10/1 Too Hot For You (6f Scarlet Knight-Vasterbofromheaven) was third for driver Franck Ouvrie. The 6/1 Ready For More (8g Ready Cash-B.Glorious) and 5/1 Eldrick Boko (7m Cantab Hall-Radiant Lindy) completed the top five, with the exact order payoff at 848.80€ for a 2€ play, The monte Prix de Mauron (purse 42,000€, 2875 meters, 13 starters, apprentice jockeys) saw 8.7/1 odds Best Of Bourbon (7g Ready Cash-Herba Bourbon-And Arifant-Cartinoa) score with easy handled by Mlle. Mathilde Collet. Stephane Rochais trains the winner for Ecurie Nice Nasach, Best Of Bourbon’s third straight victory and fourth in his last five outings. Second went to 1.1/1 favorite Cutty Sark (6g Baccarat du Pont-Sursum Corda) with Arthur Rebecke in the irons for trainer J.P. Piton. Third was 10/1 Bistrot (7g L’As de Viretaute-Pablita) for jockey Pierre Thieulent and owner/trainer Thierry Devouassaux. Two year olds contested the Prix du Haut Rhin (purse 35,000€, 2150 meters autostart, eight starters) with the 1.17.7kr timed victory to 3.1/1 odds Grandissimo (2m Brillantissime-Bahama Wood) with breeder/owner Jean Pierre Dubois driving. Yves Boireau trains this youngster. The 4/5 favorite Grisbi du Persil (2m Niky) took second for driver Eric Raffin, ahead of 12/1 Granit du Choquel (2m Prodigiois). by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Tonight’s Paris-Vincennes featured Prix Freis (75,000€ purse, 2850 meters, 11 starters) went to 9/1 Eclat de Gloire (4g Tiego d’Etang-Vive Fee) with trainer Loris Garcia aboard. Ecurie du Vieux Chene owns the winner that bested 9/1 Ethien du Vivier (4m Sancho Turgot-Numiva du Vivier), driver David Thomain, trainer Tomas Malmqvist and owner Stall Fanjar HB. The 5.7/1 odds Erode Ludois (4m Rodrigo Jet-Oscaviva Bog) took third for Matthieu Abrivard. Race time was 1.13.8kr. Of interest was also the Prix Phaedra (purse 46,000€, 2200 meters, seven two year old starters) that saw 1.9/1 second choice Gotland (2m Ready Cash-Sanawa) prevail timed in 1.15.7kr. Eric Raffin teamed the Philippe Allaire owned and trained colt that J-P Guay bred. This one is now two for two in his early career. 1.1/1 favorite General du Parc (2m Lejacque d’Houlbec-Amazone du Parc) took second for Alexandre Abrivard and trainer Frederic Prat. Third was the 43/1 outsider General Bravo (2m Nahar de Beval-Adelina) handled by his trainer Franck Anne for Ecurie des Charmes. Yonkers International post positions were drawn today and are shown below. The North American entries are formidable against a rather subdued European lineup. The Jerry Riordan trained Ringostarr Treb, the 2018 Elitloppet winner, is a top performer when in peak form. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Friday evening Vincennes harness racing action saw Dreambreaker (5g Offshore Dream-Brooke Boko) win the Prix Atropos (purse 55,000€, 2850 meters, 10 European starters) clocked in 1.12.9kr for trainer/driver Jean Michel Bazire. Stall Oberkrecher of Germany own the winner that now has three wins in six FR outings. This 2/5 favorite defeated 13/1 Desperado (5m Kesaco Phedo) that Bazire also trains and today Matthieu Abrivard was the pilot. The 23/1 Donuts Deladou (5g Baccarat du Pont) was a rallying third ahead of 42/1 Jerry Mom (5m Ready Cash) and 6.7/1 Desir Castelets (5m Quaker Jet). The Q+ on the card was the Prix Charley Mills (purse 65,000€, 2850 meters, 14 European starters) that had 2.2/1 Balfour (7g Scipion du Goutier-Pay The Bill) hold on by a nose for teamster Gabriele Gelormini and trainer/owner Robert Bergh. This one now sports 20 wins in 44 starts for 298,201€ earned. 7.2/1 Tripolini VP (8g Archduke Kemp-Lady Magic) was a just missed second for pilot Pierre Vercruysse, trainer Jeppe Juel and Team Juel of Denmark. The 36/1 Pave The Way (10g Pearsall Hanover-Hot Pants) took third for Matthieu Abrivard, ahead of 7/2 Lover Face (10g Love You) and 53/1 Un Cher Ami (10g Jag de Bellouet). Race timed was 1.14.3kr and the Quinte+ exact order payoff was 8,327.40€ for a 2€ wager. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Today’s Laval featured Gr. III Grand Prix Anjou Maine (purse 100,000€, 2875 meters distance handicap, 17 starters) saw the great veteran and 25 meter penalized Aubrion du Gers (8g Memphis du Rib-J’Arrive du Gers) score in 1.12.2kr for owner/trainer/driver Jean Michel Bazire.  Off as the 3/10 favorite the winner recorded his 38th career win in 62 starts for 2,105,872€ earned. Aubrion du Gers traveled first up throughout before drawing clear in the stretch to defeat 41/1 Blues des Landiers (7g Phlegyas) with owner/trainer Dominique Charadame up. Third was 12/1 and 25 meter penalized Traders (6m Ready Cash) for Yoann Lebourgeois and owner/trainer Philippe Allaire. The 68/1 Barbue (7f Hermes du Buisson) and 8/1 Calin de Morge (6g Ozio Royal) completed the top five and the Q+ payoff was 2,761.60€ for a wager of 2€. Earlier at Hamburg Germany was held a qualifier in which Ringostarr Treb (8m Classic Photo) scored in 1.14.6kr over 2200 meters autostart. Wim Paal teamed the Jerry Riordan trainee that EVAM Racing owns. Now qualified, he will ship October 10th to New York for the Yonkers International three days later. In other new Dreammoko was an out and the Richard Westerink trainee was replaced by Canada’s Will Take Charge. By Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Face Time Bourbon (3m Ready Cash-Vita Bourbon-Love You) won for the sixth time in seven career starts today, scoring in the Gr. III Prix Kurse (80,000€ purse, 2100 meters, eight starters) at Vincennes, France. Bjorn Goop teamed this Sebastien Guarato trainee that is owned by Scuderia Bivans SRL. He comes from the maternal family of the successful broodmare Etta Extra. Face Time Bourbon, off as the 3/10 favorite, now has career earnings of 120,150€ and he was timed in 1.12.6kr in this his second groupe level victory. Scuderia Bivans recently bought three of the top 12 yearlings sold at the ITS Select Sale including the 220,000€ sale topper Brother Wise As (by Father Patrick). The 85/1 outsider Zucchero Roc (3m Filipp Roc-Galantine) took second for Scuderia Sant Eusebo SRL, their trainer Fausto Barelli and reinsman Filippo Rocca. 10/1 Falcao de Laurma (3m Uniclove-Rangoon) was third with Anthony Barrier up, ahead of 5.3/1 Ids Boko (3g From Above-Celestial Boko) and 25/1 City Guide (3m Love You-Crys Dream). by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

On Saturday two trotting classic took place at Bologna. The GP Continentale (purse 154,000€, 2060 meters) saw Vitruvio (4m Adrian Chip-Tigre OM-Zebu) score in 1.13kr for trainer/driver Alessandro Gocciadoro. This superb trotter now has 611,176€ earned for his career and he was a very impressive winner this day. Very Joy (4m Napoleon Bar-Nieves Joy-Naglo) was second for Antonio Di Nardo and third was Vanesia EK (4f Exploy=t Caf-Nike EK-Varenne) with Pietro Gubellini aboard. In the GP Continentale Filly (purse 88,000€, 1660 meters autostart) Viscarda Jet (4f Pine Chip-Nives Jet-Naglo) took the prize for Fabio Pisacane to boost her career earnings to 132,224€. Timed in 1.12.4kr she rallied along the pegs and bested Vanguardia (4f Goetmals Wood-Garenta-Tarass Boulba) with Antonio Di Nardo up. Virginia Grif (4f Varenne-Francy Capar-Supergill) was third for driver Gocciadoro, Tomorrow at Hamburg the Yonkers International contestant Ringostarr Treb is entered in a qualifying event, presumably prior to travel to the USA. His regular pilot Wim Paal is slated to drive. This follows a lackluster comeback race for Ringo in Sweden recently. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

The trots returned to Enghien on Monday including the Quinte+ Prix d’Egletons (purse 55,000€, 2875 meters, 16 European starters) that went to 21/1 outsider Dona Nina (5f Tucson-Quolombe Winner) with trainer Jarmo Niskanen up. He is also the breeder/owner of this mare that was clocked ib 1.14.5kr as she recorded her sixth career victory in 24 outings. The 48/1 Une Etoile Gar (5f Varenne) held second for Ferd Minopoli and trainer Salvatore Minopoli. 27/1 Deux Etoiles Gede (5f Roc Meslois) took third for Eric Raffin and trainer/owner Alexandre Pillon. The top five were completed byurth finishing 5.7/1 Dame Denfert (5f Quiton de Chatelet) and 15/1 Demoiselle Mika (5f Royal Dream). The Q+ payoff for a 2€ play was 148,164.60€, illustrating the impact of big fields, longer distance racing and large wagering pools. On the Enghien card was the Prix de Saint Chamond (purse 45,000€, 2150 meters, 16 European starters) with the 1.13.5kr timed victory earned by 3.2/1 odds Alex Trojborg (6g Great Challenger-Karisma DK) reined by Yoann Lebourgeois for trainer Tomas Malmqvist and owner Easy KB. The 12/1 Caid de Caponet (6g Memphis du Rib) took second for owner/trainer/driver Sebastien Baude, ahead of 19/1 Carioca (6g Jag de Bellouet) that trainer Thomas Levesque teamed for owner Camille Levesque. Wednesday at Laval will showcase some of the best currently active trotters in France. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Sunday, the Gr. I National Svenskt Trav-Oaks (1,400,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart) went to the 1.11.9kr timed and 5.5/1 odds Conrad’s Rodluva (3f SJs Caviar-Moviestar-Juliano Star) with Orjan Kihlstrom up for trainer Daniel Reden. Rodluva now has a 4-2-0 slate in seven career outings for 3,165,500SEK earned. Staro Miami (3f SJs Caviar-Stunning Lindsey-Malabar Man) was second for Mika Forss and third went to Adorable Lady (3f Zola Boko-Malabara-Supergill) for driver Pasi Aikio. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Twelve starters are set to go for the October 12 Grand Prix de l’UET, with six from Sweden, four from France and one each from Germany and the Netherlands. The final will be held at Paris-Vincennes and will likely be a battle between Who’s Who, Chianti, Earl Simon and Broadwell.  by Thomas H. Hicks, harness racing

Son Pardo Mallorca hosted Sunday’s 3rd Leg of the Tour European du Trotteur Francais (Gr. II, purse 50,000€, 2650 meters autostart) and the 1.14.8kr timed victory went to Beau Gamin (7m Quinoa du Gers-Cadette). Beau Gamin is trained by J-M Bazire and driven to victory by Joseph Verbeeck. Billie de Montfort (7f Jasmin de Flore-Quismy de Montfort) rallied first on the outside before diving to the pegs to be second, driven by Glenny Delaune for trainer Sebastien Guarato. Coquin Bebe (6m Rancho Gede-Noble Nenette) was third driven by Pascal Tijou for trainer Franck Leblanc. Leblanc’s well regarded Anna Mix refused the start, unseated her driver, and was a dq. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

A special Saturday was at Kincsem Park with the Octoberfest, the annual Yearling Sale and top flight racing. The top action began with the Golden Lady DIJ (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart). The 2.4/1 SLO invader Vanilla Mms (4f Daguet Rapide-Goldy LB) scored for Mitja Slavic timed in 1.17.4kr. He trains the Equine Ms SRL product that looks to be a good prospect. Rocky HR and Trencsen were next home. There were two divisions today of the fast class Sandor Hora Memorial (purse 600,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart) and the first went to even-money favorite Uran Lady (5f Maximus Lindy-Vas Lady), bred by Kabala Menes Kft and handled by Veljko Mazsity. This good mare bested Salhamidzic, Villam Ville and Titan Ville in that order. The second division of the Sandor Hora Memorial (same purse and distance as the first) was a great race with the victory going to 4.1/1 Milliondollar Lux (12m, Ganymede-Dadaumpa Jet) with trainer Emil Csordas up and timed in 1.18.3kr. 1.9/1 Underpaid Hanover was a game second after a first over journey and Time To Say Goodbye set the pace and held third. The weekend Trot “Ugeto” Sale saw 10 of 26 cataloged yearlings sold led by the Napoleon filly Bold Lady for US$10,761. This filly is from Elegant Lady by Mill H and this mare has been a reliable produced of HU stakes performers. The sale and weekend were effectively promoted: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUQvtezSTZY   Yearlings 1 Berill Lady pk Kabala Ménes Kft 1.550.000 -- 2 Borbíró M pm NMT Zrt, Mezőhegyes 800.000 -- 3 Bulibáró stpm Kulik Ferenc, Orosháza 1.100.000 -- 4 Bold Lady * pk Kabala Ménes Kft 2.000.000 3.000.000 5 Brilliance Lady * pk Kabala Ménes Kft 1.900.000 2.000.000 6 Blondina pk Kulik Ferenc, Orosháza 1.100.000 -- 7 Bendegúz M stpm NMT Zrt, Mezőhegyes 800.000 -- 8 Bróm Lady pk Kabala Ménes Kft 1.500.000 1.700.000 9 Bolygófény pm Kabala Ménes Kft 1.350.000 1.650.000 11 Bellini Fling stpk Kabala Ménes Kft 1.600.000 1.900.000 12 Bailando stpk Kulik Ferenc, Orosháza 1.100.000 -- 13 Bronz Boy pm Kabala Ménes Kft 1.500.000 1.500.000 14 Balerina R. pk Kabala Ménes Kft 1.350.000 1.600.000 17 Barka stpk Kabala Ménes Kft 1.250.000 1.250.000 18 Becses Fiú pm Kabala Ménes Kft 1.300.000 1.500.000 19 Berna Queen M stpk NMT Zrt, Mezőhegyes 900.000 -- 20 Bálvány Lady stpk Kulik Ferenc, Orosháza 950.000 -- 21 Bíztass! pk Kabala Ménes Kft 1.150.000 -- 22 Bessy K stpk Kulik Ferenc, Orosháza 950.000 -- 25 Borbála M stpk NMT Zrt, Mezőhegyes 1.100.000 -- 26 Beneditta stpk Kabala Ménes Kft 950.000 2.000.000 The sale leader pedigree: Bold Lady, 2017, HU, pk,   Kabala Ménes Kft, Rádiháza         Napoleon 2005, pm, US, 1.10,2, Credit Winner 1997, stpm, US, 1.10,9, American Winner 1990, pm, US, 1.10,0, Super Bowl   B J'S Pleasure   Lawn Tennis 1990, pk, US, , Armbro Goal   Grassbed   Growth Spurt 2001, pk, US, , Sugarcane Hanover 1983, pm, US, 1.11,2, Florida Pro   Sugar Hanover   Tshort AS 1993, pk, IT, 1.18,8, Baltic Speed   T-Ball     Elegant Lady 1998, pk, HU, 1.16,9, Mill H. 1969, pm, SE, 1.17,0, Florlis 1960, sm, US, 1.13,1, Florican   Mighty Phyllis   Scotch Dot 1958, stpk, US, , Dean Hanover   Scotch Virtue   Lady Flame 1983, pk, HU, 1.21,6, City 1974, pm, HU, 1.18,3, Spinning Song   Keep Blazing   Trotting Flame 1976, pk, US, 1.24,8, All Aflame   Star Flower   ivadékai: Bold Lady, 2017, pk, , Napoleon Acélos Fiú, 2016, sm, , S J's Photo Zalai Srác, 2015, pm, , S J's Photo White Lady, 2014, pk, 1.15,7, Toss Out Úrilány R., 2013, pk, 1.17,3, Maximus Lindy Topmodell, 2012, pk, 1.18,6, Ata Star L. Sármos fiú, 2011, pm, , Wall Street Banker Rocket Boy, 2010, sm, 1.16,0, Wall Street Banker Pazar Hölgy, 2009, stpk, 1.19,2, Wall Street Banker Opál Lady, 2008, sk, 1.20,6, Wall Street Banker Nemesúr, 2007, stpm, 1.15,3, Tony Oaks Modern Lady, 2006, pk, 1.21,9, Baltic Bet ivadékai: Kind Lady, 2004, pk, 1.19,1, Valley Guardian Joyful Lady, 2003, pk, , Grundy's Ebony Indian Lady, 2002, stpk, 1.18,8, Valley Guardian Hard Lady, 2001, pk, 1.19,8, Endless Sands Golden Lady, 2000, pk, 1.19,1, Endless Sands Famous Flame, 1999, stpm, 1.18,3, Kosar Elegant Lady, 1998, pk, 1.16,9, Mill H. Detroit, 1997, stpm, 1.15,8, Grundy's Ebony Brown Lady, 1995, pk, 1.17,3, Rugged Lobell Angol Lady, 1994, pk, 1.21,4, Witsend's Speedy Zest for Life, 1993, stpk, 1.18,9, Mill H. Vas Lady, 1992, pk, 1.17,0, Endless Sands Újmódi, 1991, pk, , Csínom Palkó ivadékai: Orient, 1986, sm, , Mill H. Nonstop, 1985, stpm, , Devil Hanover Mercury, 1984, pm, 1.27,2, Mill H. Lady Flame, 1983, pk, 1.21,6, City ivadékai: Intuició, 1980, pm, , Let Him Roll Trotting Flame, 1976, pk, 1.24,8, All Aflame     Sale promotional video: http://ugeto.com/sites/default/files/u2/KatARV-18-M_0.pdf by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

A fine Sunday card was on stage at Paris-Vincennes and it began with the Prix du Cap Vert (monte, purse 50,000€, 2175 meters, 10 starters). The 5/10 favorite Crossfire (6g Prince de Charme-Katiana) scored for Yoann Lebourgeois and trainer Stephanie Lepetit timed in 1.13.1kr. Armand Turguet-Lepreux owns the 10 time career winner of 126,150€ and today’s impressive score was his eighth straight in 2018. 2.2/1 Cyrano du Port and 41/1 Crazy Look watched the winner perform from a distance. The Quinte+ event this day was named the Grand Prix du Portugal (purse 50,000€, 2100 meters, 17 starters). Biniou de Connee (7g No Ho Ped d’Ombree-Kana d’Olaine) scored for Alexandre Abrivard timed in 1.11.4kr. The winning owner/trainer is Christophe Mallet of this 4.2/1 third wagering choice. The 4/1 As de Godisson (8g Gai Brillant) was a distant second for Matthieu Abrivard and 8.7/1 Be Bop Meslois (7g Rocklyn) took third with Eric Raffin up. The 2.2/1 Bise de Coglais and 31.1 Busy Money Ringeat completed the top five and the exact order 2€ wager returned 6,943.60€. An interesting development took place in the Prix Radio Alfa (purse 70,000€, 2100 meters autostart, 12 European starters) as 2.1/1 odds Ranch Kelly (10f Tsar d’Inverne-Gabriela Kemp-Speedy Somolli) scored in a quick 1.10.1kr for Hannu Torvinen, trainer Jean Baudron and owner Kelly’s Team of Finland. Ranch Kelly made her first appearance a winning one and increased her career earnings to 452,154€. The 9/1 Ange de Lune (8g Laetenter Diem) and 3/1 Sharon Gar (7f Varenne) completed the top three. The winner’s pedigree inspires some grand memories as the maternal family is that of Spinster Hanover and her daughter Pompanette. That’s the family of the magical Magician, a winner of US$3.5 million, plus Speedy Spin, Netted, Filet Of Sole, Crevette, Piggvar, King Of The Sea and Lifetime Chance. The afternoon’s featured event was the monte Gr. I Prix des Elites (purse 240,000€, 2200 meters, nine starters) with victory to the wide rallying and  6/1 odds Elladora de Forgan (4f Gazouillis-Hemina) for jockey Franck Nivard, trainer Franck Leblanc and owner S.J. Dupont. This mare recorded her sixth career win in 23 starts now for 560,070€ earned. The 3.8/1 Philippe Allaire trainee Feeling Cash (3m Ready Cash-Royale Star) was second for Yoann Lebourgeois and owner Carlos Lerner. 24/1 Dynasty Pierji (5f Prodigious) was third for owner/trainer/jockey Damien Bonne.17/1 Exotica de Retz (4f Prodigious) and  2.6/1 Ferreteria (3f Goetmals Wood) completed the top five with 1.8/1 favorite Fado du Chene (3m Singalo) home sixth. On Friday Paris-Vincennes hosted its evening card that included two interesting races. The Prix de la Confederation de Vil de Mar (purse 65,000€, 2850 meters, 11 four year olds) saw 3.9/1 Electra Jet (4f Ready Cash-Olivia Jet) score timed in 1.14.1kr for trainer/driver Pierre Vercruysse and owner Ecurie d’As. Jean Etienne Dubois bred this four time winner (two of the last three) now of 167,510€earned. The 17/1 Extra Light (4f Village Mystic) was second for David Thomain and 6.7/1 Enska (4f Coktail Jet) was third for Franck Ouvrie. The Friday Quinte+ was the Prix de la Ville de Fontenay Sous Bois (purse 44,000€, 2850 meters, 18 starters) at Vincennes. Charly de l’Aunay (6g Qualimo de Vandel-Fleur Viniex) scored in 1.14kr for owner/trainer/driver L.M. David. This winner record his 14th career victory in 45 starts now for 197,690€ earned. Best Match (7g Ready Cash) was second at 6.7/1 and 2.8/1 Bonefish Life (g Quatre Juillet) was third. The 34/1 odds Caliu des Bose and 19/1 Brandeis Jet completed the top five, producing an exact order payoff of 3,194.40 for the 2€ wager. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

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