Commander. The Summer Handicap at Saint Cloud this Tuesday, June 21, 2022. – Angers Info

The Summer Handicap at Saint Cloud this Tuesday, June 21, 2022.

Directions to Saint Cloud this Tuesday, June 21, 2022 for Tiercé-Quarté-Quinté +. In this event, Summer Handicap will have to compete with each other as runners. The race will be contested over 1600 meters, and will be awarded € 50,000.

In this test, The Lawyer (7) found his situation on the scale of values ​​to be particularly deteriorating. After a comeback race in the latter it is cautious, it will return to handicaps on Tuesday while having to prove its competitiveness at 38 of value. Central Park West (9) quickly expressed the way and a certain competitiveness with disabilities. After a fruitful and busy season of 2021, he enjoyed a legitimate break this winter; Since then he has struggled to bring back his best feelings. The lover of this beautiful land has really not been that sharp lately. Tantpispoureux (10) showed us that he was close to victory. At 36.5, it can impose itself as long as it can be linked to Christophe Soumillon and it can find a racetrack where it leads. Logically, he will rally a lot of votes. Falvio (12) is a Polish element we’ve seen on our soil this season. After an encouraging first outing in a race with conditions, his entourage drove him towards the listed races. He showed his current limitations at this level. He dropped into the category on Tuesday and discovered the level of disabilities along with all the unknowns associated with it.

Geny’s secrets

Peter Schiergen: Principle (1) is very regular. Here, it is a first handicap but it is quite good for the amount attributed to it. Moreover, the state of the land is indifferent to him. I am confident for good performance.

Jerome Reynier: Marrakech Moon (2) has only evolved since wearing blinders. His last victory was as pleasant as when he won at Saint-Cloud. He remained in very good condition and although it was complicated in terms of weight, I believe he was capable of finishing in the end. For success, everything has to be in order.

Carmen Bocksai: Darshano (3) has performed very well in Germany but it is harder here and I think he has not yet returned to 100%. So, it’s really not easy under 60.5 kg. However, he gives his maximum all the time and is confirmed to Saint-Cloud at this level. It’s possible it will take a place but it’s not certain. If it rains, that would be an advantage.

Jerome Reynier: Tornadic (5) sticks to two clear victories that have resulted in him a significant increase in the size of the values. This time, we’ll see ourselves in fifth against the seniors but for now, I see him in very good shape and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him achieve a great performance. This career will guide me for his other commitments.

Miss Sibylle Vogt: Quello (6) had bad luck when he last came out. Here the distance is quite short but there is no other race. I prefer soft ground for him. He could have taken the money but Principe had a better chance.

Igor Endaltsev: Yenisei (8) was in good form at work and performed well on his last attempt. Soft ground would be perfect. Let’s see if he can rehabilitate himself. Know that it is a wait-and-see who makes the straight line.

Mrs. Jane Soubagne: Trobreizh (11) was unable to express himself recently at ParisLongchamp where his jockey seems to have many resources. We went back to Saint-Cloud with the intention of being well, especially since its appearance still seemed beautiful to me. Now, it is necessary to benefit from a well -run career…

David Smaga: El Manifico (13) is a competitor that requires no introduction at this level. Moreover, it remains a very good outing in a similar field. This commitment is a logical continuation of his program especially since his good condition is still relevant. Along the way, expect a new good behavior.

Gavin Hernon: I won the Falcon Run (14) for its return. I saw it in good condition, competitive at this cost and with a good drive, it should actively participate in the end. Know that a good relaxing track will be to his advantage.

Gilles Barbarin: Letty’s Marvel (15) is set to race Sunday at Saint Malo but it’s more exciting to show her at the start of this split handicap’s first event. It is in good condition, confirmed in this category and the lot is nothing special. It can’t top the Aude Duporté at 52.5 kg but it’s not complicated.

Sascha Smrczek: Jack O’boy (16) ran well in his last performance in Germany. It is in good shape in the morning and taken in an amount that can allow it to work properly. With the little weight on its back, it’s not interesting.

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