114 Greyson – Chambord Prize – 1:23 p.m.
Spotted on January 7 in Vincennes by Johann Longépée : “Long at the back of the pack, had to fight his way down the straight and narrowly failed for a better classification.”
603 Horchestro – Michel Marcel Gougeon Prize – 4:33 p.m.
Spotted on January 7 in Vincennes by Johann Longépée : “Very unlucky at the final mid-turn, having to fall back, came back to finish strong inside, snatching fourth place.”
610 Haribo Leisure – Michel Marcel Gougeon Prize – 4:33 p.m.
Spotted on January 1st in Vincennes by Tanguy Bernier : “Placed in the wake of the animator on the plain, then relegated to a third line on the way up, lost time in the last bend behind Handy Bourbon before finishing well to secure fourth place.”
703 Havana Galaxy – Roxane Griff Award – 5:08 p.m.
Spotted on January 7 in Vincennes by Johann Longépée : “Faulty at the end of the last bend, when it was announced, came back very well to finish to snatch fifth place.”
806 Ina du Rib – Mirande Prize – 5:40 p.m.
Spotted on January 4 in Vincennes by Tanguy Bernier : “After having brought up the rear for a long time, he sprinted remarkably to snatch third place, without threatening the first two.”
907 Illico du Guesne – Beaucourt Prize – 6:10 p.m.
Spotted on January 10 in Vincennes by Freddy Boersch : “Patient within the peloton, could not really express himself, ending up with resources.”
403 Boomerang – Price of forget-me-nots – 1:05 p.m.
Spotted on January 2 in Marseille Pont de Vivaux by Alexandre Decoopman : “In penultimate position and blocked behind a wall at the start of the straight line, made his way through slaloming, finishing in an excellent way.”
306 Carel’s Gallant – Price of the Nive – 5:23 p.m.
Spotted on January 7 in Toulouse by Philippe Pelletier : “Forced to take the lead before the end of the first lap, then demoted by the play of the relays before returning very well to finish.”
503 Ilovedam – Prix de L’Aveyron – 6:25 p.m.
Spotted on December 30 in Beaumont-le-Lomange by Nicolas Labourasse : “Always in the back, at the rope, shifted at the start of the finish line and finished pleasantly in the center, blocked behind a curtain of horses.”