Vertigo Chenu, winner of the Prix de Langeais Prize
Eric Raffin – Vertigo Chenu (1st)
You must always trust him. The most "hard" trotter of the race won. It's a really great horse; he did a super-meeting. Closed cap had done well.
Yoann Lebourgeois – Coach Franco (2E)
I had a good race, hidden, morale. He finished well.
Franck Nivard – Hug of Morge (3E)
He ran well and finished in his place. When he was very cold, he tried to follow him, but he was courageous, and he continued his tempo until the end.
Jean-Paul Gauvin – Julry Beach (4E)
She ran very well when only three horses twenty-five meters were slaughtered. If I stay inside the last turn, she could be the third.
Michel Lenoir – Balzac of Souvigné (5E)
He ran very well. Maybe I was attacking a little too early. When I'm a little less greedy, I could end up third.
Damien Bonne – Auch (6E)
He ran well, but he was better off than he did.
Pierre Vercruysse – Cobra blue (8E)
He was very disappointed, beaten at the junction of the tracks. I have no explanation.
Jarmo Niskanen – Cathy A Quira (9E)
She had a good run, but she slipped. She's a little tired now. In winter, power was given. He'll have to rest a little.
François Lagadeuc – Cantin de Eclair (10E)
What I asked him was hard enough, but I do not think he's on top, like last year.
David Thomain – Like Godisson (11E)
He found himself without sources five hundred yards from the destination.
Matthieu Abrivard – Moon Angel (12E)
It was to prepare him. Running clean.
Franck Blandin – Amigo Turgot (13E)
He was a little faithful to himself, and he went patiently. I was in trouble on the plain. On the way up he gave me a tip, as if he "woke up". Finally he found himself without the last step.
Franck Ouvrie – Bora Bora Jiel (14E)
She was disappointed. During climbing I was defeated.
Guillaume Moinon – Clara of Pontseuil (15E)
Suddenly I found myself without gas. We could not work as we wanted in the countryside. Maybe that's the reason.
Glenny Delaune – Lou is Baraka (16E)
It was preparation for the rider.
Charles Bigeon – Bolero from the Levant (Dai)
He quickly turned up wrong. Then he did the right race. It can be more comfortable on horseback.