PMU Quinté+ Qatar to predict the 2023 Prix de Arc de Triomphe (Group 1), Sunday at Paris Longchamp.  ACE IMPACT has all the cards in hand

PMU Quinté+ Qatar to predict the 2023 Prix de Arc de Triomphe (Group 1), Sunday at Paris Longchamp. ACE IMPACT has all the cards in hand

Tersi Quartey Quinte+ Sunday at Paris Longchamp In the Qatar Arc de Triomphe Award 2023– The first level race for the first group, for a distance of 2400 meters, for all horses and mares aged 3 years and above. The ground was declared as good and soft to good by France Gallop. Runners’ position at the finish line: 0 metres. unbeaten Ace effect (Our image) is like a horse that needs to be beaten.

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13 Ace effect : Undefeated in seven outings, this resident of Jean-Claude Roger He notably won the Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly, making a huge impression, while breaking the record for the event. He warmed up to the bracket with a win on August 15 at Deauville in the Group Two Prix Guillaume d’Ornano. This is his first time over 2400 metres, but given his qualities as a finisher, this should not be a problem, quite the opposite. Horse to win.

6 Westover : Third in the Epsom Trophy and sixth in the 2022 bracket, he has been flawless this year, making four Group One attempts, once first and three second. With his good #1 rope, he should quickly find himself at the forefront of the fight, and this son of Frankel is capable of finishing in the top three.

7 to rule : Son of the Star Sea This is a high class horse. In 2022 he raced just three times and won the Dahlbury Coronation Cup (Gr. 1) on 3 June at Epsom. In 2023 they are undefeated in two matches. He won the Group Three on 25 May at Sandown Park and the Group One (King George VI and Elizabeth Kipcoe Stakes) on 29 July at Ascot. He also deserves a lot of praise, despite being ranked No. 14 in the starting lineup.

8 circular place : Winner of the 2 October 2022 Prix de l’Opéra Longines (Gr. I) over 2000m, this resident ofAndre Fabre He proved his eligibility over 2400 meters with a victory on 10 September in the Group Two Qatar Prix Foy. Given his trainer’s success in high-level races, he has to be very careful.

4 Simca mile : This 4-year-old, who competed in handicap races early in his career, has progressed quickly and has succeeded in rising to a very high standard. In 2022, he finished second in the Paris Grand Prix (Group 1) and then won the Qatar Nail Prix (Group 2) on September 11. This year, he won the Prix d’Harcourt (Gr. II), finished second in the Prix Ganay (Gr. I) before showing himself as the strongest in the Grand Prix de Chantilly (Gr. II). He warmed up to the bracket with a Group 1 win on August 13 in Berlin-Hobigarten over 2400 metres. For the location, it’s a good possibility.

14 wonderful moon : This German 3-year-old won the Deutsches Derby (Gr. I) on July 2 at Hamburg-Horn. Winner of the September 10 ParisLongchamp in the Qatar Nile Prix, he forms a very good spoilsport in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.

12 Feed the flame : This is 3 years of training Pascal Barry It has always been greatly appreciated. He finished fourth in the Qatar Jockey Club Prix, then won the Paris Grand Prix on 14 July. second of The wonderful moon Qatar Neil Award, without being 100%, is one of the good outsiders to this year’s big meeting at the Bois de Boulogne racecourse.

10 free winds : This 5 year old mare is improving a lot as she gets older. She has won three times at Group Two level in Great Britain. During her last outing, on 24 August, she fell short by a head to a Group 1 victory at York, at 2,380 metres. with Lanfranco Dettori As a knight, it’s a potential surprise.

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