Favourite/outsider: Who will play in the Prix de Pardieu (Gr.2) this Saturday January 21 at Vincennes?

Vincennes (R1)

C5 – Prix de Pardieu – Climbing – Group II – 2175m – 3:50 p.m.

The opinion of Dylan Venet

Jubilee Prior : Presented barefoot for the first time in his career, he produced a superb acceleration to overcome Jessy de Banville in the Prix Léon Tacquet. Jean-Michel Bazire declared in his column in Paris-Turf that he was not afraid of the short distance. Even if he is only barefooted this time, he can double the bet.

June : It deservedly deserved its fourth place for its comeback, on the trot. It should improve on this and will be completely unshod for the first time. His candidacy deserves attention.

The opinion of Michael Cardine

Jubilee Prior : It is faultless for this son of Prince of Montfort since his arrival in the stable of Jean-Michel Bazire. He finished very quickly to get the victory lately. Even if he is presented only barefooted from behind, he has the potential to sign a second victory in a row.

June : This hard-working filly regains all her sensations and left a good impression during her last race. Before that, she took a good second place for her first mounted trot. Swift at the start and presented barefoot, it can go far.

The opinion of Maxime Bourrat

June : She thrilled me the last time and only gave up in the last meters when she had had the full weight of the race. Running downhill shouldn’t bother her. Her mentor introduces her barefoot and must have an idea in mind. I believe in it for victory.

Jamaica Turbo : In intrinsic quality, it is undoubtedly the best of the lot. She is as gifted as she is complicated but is capable of doing great things when she is in a good mood. She will start riding with the skilful Benjamin Rochard. It will be all or nothing with her.

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