PMU – Arrival of the quinté on Wednesday June 19 in Bordeaux: Igrec de Celland takes power

PMU – Arrival of the quinté on Wednesday June 19 in Bordeaux: Igrec de Celland takes power
PMU – Arrival of the quinté on Wednesday June 19 in Bordeaux: Igrec de Celland takes power

Arrival of the quinté : 13 – 16 – 12 – 9 – 14

“I cry every time. » Christophe Jariel could not hide his emotion after the coronation of his protégé, Igrec de Celland (n° 13), in the seventh stage of the Grand National du Trot on Bordeaux soil. The son of Django Riff responds again and signs a third victory in this tour de France of trotters, which allows him to seize the leading position. “That yellow jersey wasn’t the goal,” admits the coach who won his third quinté. But now, we’re ready for the game.” To maintain its invincibility in the circuit, Igrec de Celland had to further increase its level due to distance performance. But this initial handicap was very quickly erased by an ultra-fast start. “I knew that our opponents were not going to give us any gifts,” continues the technician. And his driver, David Thomain knew how to keep his cool to find a providential opening at the rope. “I had to be careful not to take the stakes or the wheel Gendréen, analyzes the winning driver. Once it got through, it sprung perfectly. »

You had to have strong nerves for the takers of the favorite because Alexandre Abrivard and Gendréen (n° 16) left their direct opponent in the box for a long time in the final phase. The small gap on the left ultimately makes him lose success. Forced to progress outside in the final turn, Hold Up you Digeon (n° 12) manages to climb to the third step of the podium. It precedes Have Seven (n° 9), which steals fourth place from Hidalgo des Noés (n° 14).

See you on August 7 in Saint-Malo, for the next stage of the GNT, where the new leader could be there.

Sophia Kohaiza and Yann Daigneau indicated the quinté in disorder.

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