Seven of the three-year-olds in the Pornichet feature this evening at 6.25pm were winners last time out, so something has to give!
Favourite Le Noyer has been handed a poor draw in nine and looks vulnerable to something drawn better with a bit more experience. His debut win at Pau looks fine but the runner-up Emperor Maximus could hardly advertise the form when finishing fourth in a Cagnes-sur-Mer maiden.
Domina returns to a track she won at impressively just under two weeks ago. She had everything in trouble on the turn for home but she also could have been drawn better than seven, given her running style. Still, at 20-1, she is worth throwing some loose coins at.
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Laura Trezy carries a penalty having won the most valuable maiden of any in this field. The daughter of Scissor Kick was value for a bit more than the bare form of her Chantilly maiden win and although she isn’t entered in any Classics, she still showed a fine turn of foot and could be a Listed hope this spring for the Lerners if she is able to win this from the 10 gate. She is overpriced.
RECOMMENDED BET: 6.25pm Pornichet – Laura Trezy win @ 8-1 (most firms)