Arrival of the quinté on Thursday, November 5 at Vincennes: Martin de Bos, a “last minute” winner at 5.4 / 1

Arrival of the quinté: 14 – 1 – 12 – 9 – 7

You had to be born outside of France to claim the podium of the quinté this Thursday at Paris-Vincennes. Four of the top five in the Prix d’Avranches, including the podium, were born outside our borders. This is particularly the case of Martin de Bos (n ° 14), a 6 year old cock who had the merit of circling the peloton on the climb before heading to the post. Faulty lately, on a track deemed too hard for his skills, at Enghien, this representative of Philippe Billard allows Franck Nivard to start the day well in a symbolic event for him since the driver was born in Avranches.

Martin de Bos This confirms the form of our “last minutes” section by displaying 6.4 euros for 1 euro for the single winning game.

Note the excellent time achieved by the winner: 1’10”5.

Long victim of the hold of the peloton, Sobel Conway (n ° 1), the favorite, had to chomp down the rope on the climb before finishing nicely to referee the debates for second place. Presented three days apart, this resident of Jean-Michel Bazire repeats his good performance at the start of the week by having a less demanding course.

Close in progress, Confidence (n ° 12) prolongs his effort to the end and takes third place, just ahead Douxor de Guez (n ° 9), quickly on the leading line despite his number on the outside behind the autostart, and in front Whole Lotta Love (n ° 7), who had his chance for a better ranking at the entrance of the straight line after having waited not far from the first.

As for Desperado (n ° 3), the partner of Jean-Michel Bazire, he led the race from the bottom of the climb before giving in on the last bend.

Good behavior from all of our tipsters. The Synthesis indicated the quartet in order in six horses (€ 301.60 of winnings for a bet of € 19.50).

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