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Prix Jean Prat Glory For Teofilo's Havana Gold
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15.40 at CHYG1 Prix Jean Prat  [1m (T)]Winner: Havana Gold (Ire), c, 3 by Teofilo (Ire)
Sunday, Chantilly, France
PRIX JEAN PRAT-G1, €400,000, Chantilly, 6-30, 3yo, c/f, 1mT, 1:37.01, gd/sf.
1--HAVANA GOLD (IRE), 128, c, 3, by Teofilo (Ire)
     1st Dam: Jessica’s Dream (Ire) (Hwt 3yo-Ity at 5-7f, GSW-Ity & Ire, GSP-Eng, $207,252), by Desert Style (Ire)
     2nd Dam: Ziffany (GB), by Taufan
     3rd Dam: Bonnie Banks (Ire), by Lomond
(50,000gns RNA wnlg ‘10 TATDEC; 80,000gns yrl ‘11 TATOCT). O-Qatar Racing Ltd & CSH; B-Sir Eric Parker; T-Richard Hannon; J-Mickael Barzalona; €228,560. Lifetime Record: GSW-Eng, 10 starts, 5 wins, 4 places, €460,977. Werk Nick Rating: A+++ *Triple Plus*. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--San Marino Grey (Fr), 128, c, 3, Clodovil (Ire)--Montagne Magique (Ire), by King’s Best. (€45,000 yrl ‘11 ARQOCT). O-Baron van Gysel; B-Petra Bloodstock Agency Ltd; T-Andre Fabre; €91,440.
3--Mondialiste (Ire), 128, c, 3, Galileo (Ire)--Occupandiste (Ire), by Kaldoun (Fr).  O/B-Wertheimer & Frere; T-Freddy Head; €45,720.
Margins: SNK, 1HF, SHD. Odds: 10.00, 5.10, 63.00.
Also Ran: Style Vendome (Fr), Pearl Flute (Ire), Us Law (Ire), Anodin (Ire), Lines of Battle, Zenji, Anna’s Pearl (GB), Peace at Last (Ire), Top Chill (Fr). Click for the Racing Post result or the free brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree. Click for Equidia VIDEO.
   Havana Gold showed instant promise when scoring over six furlongs on debut at Newmarket last June before following up in a seven-furlong conditions event at Ascot the following month. On his next start, the bay was comfortably clear of Style Vendome (Fr) (Anabaa) when Ryan Moore’s saddle slipped in the closing stages of the Listed Prix Francois Boutin at Deauville in August, and he quickly gained recompense when taking the Listed Ascendant S. over a mile at Haydock in early September. Kept busy when annexing the G3 Somerville Tattersall S. and finishing second in the £500,000 Tattersalls Millions 2yo Trophy over seven furlongs at Newmarket soon after, he was put firmly in his place by stable companion Toronado (Ire) (High Chaparral {Ire}) when second again in that venue’s G3 Craven S. back at a mile Apr. 18. His run in the G1 Poule d’Essai des Poulains at Longchamp May 12 was an eye-catching one, as he lost lengths at the start and looked to have the race won late on, only to be swamped near the line to be fifth. Just 13 days later, he was at The Curragh to be fourth in a strong renewal of the G1 Irish 2000 Guineas, from which the winners of the G3 Jersey S., G1 Irish Derby and G3 International S. have emerged. Ridden by Mickael Barzalona to gain a pitch in mid-division as the early stages were marked by scrimmaging for position, he tracked San Marino Grey in early stretch as Thierry Thulliez on Style Vendome attempted to keep him in a pocket. Traveling too strongly to be boxed in, he swooped in the final 100 meters and steadily asserted from the former as the Wertheimers’ pacemaker Mondialiste held on to third spot. “He deserved that, as he’s a very consistent horse, and a good one too,” Richard Hannon Jr said. “The Irish Guineas was a strange race and maybe not his true form, but he won well here, and we’re convinced he will stay farther, so we are tempted to try him over a mile and a quarter.”

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