They are the twelve contenders who must depart at Prix Max Sicard, Défi du Galop’s 14th stage at the Toulouse racetrack. A is for horses 3 years and over, fighting over 2,400 meters of rope on the right. And that’s an important Good Question, after a really good race.
Started well, Good question (1-Anthony Crastus) waiting behind the leaders. Taking the offensive early in the final corner, Christophe Escuder’s protege opted to strike from the outside, extending his effort to make the difference in the final hundred yards. He pushed himself happily up front Home sweet home (8-Marie Vélon). The latter, looking long behind, ended the race well, showing the courage to take the first runner-up. Skazino (2-Marvin Grandin), traveling half way through the peloton, finished the podium after getting off to a good start in the final meter. Finally, Champs de Mars (6-Valentin Seguy) finished fourth in front During the petition (3-Tom Lefranc), fifth.