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Monday, 5 April 2021 ORLEANS Race Results

Race No Race Name Winner Driver Trainer Win Time PM EUR €
R1 PRIX GENERAL BERTRAND DE LANNURIEN IBERICO THEO DUVALDESTIN THIERRY DUVALDESTIN 0:03.30 11,000
R2 PRIX MARCEL MERIC IVY TEJY CHRISTOPHE CHALON CRISTOPHE CHALON 0:03.13 11,000
R3 PRIX CAMILLE LANDEROIN ECONOMIQUE GUILLAUME LENAIN ALEXIS P GRIMAULT 0:04.47 12,000
R4 PRIX DE LA VILLE D'ORLEANS FIRST DE TESS GUILLAUME LENAIN ALEXIS P GRIMAULT 0:04.47 12,000
R5 PRIX FRANCE BLEU ORLEANS (GR A) HEROINE DU VIF HERVE SIONNEAU HERVE SIONNEAU 0:04.50 12,000
R6 PRIX COURSESCHEVAUX.FR (GR B) HERE I AM CEDRIC PARYS TOMAS MALMQVIST 0:04.55 12,000
R7 PRIX HUBERT DARBLAY GOLDIKOVA DE CHENU GUILLAUME MARIN LOUIS JUBLOT 0:04.50 13,000
R8 PRIX COLONEL DE BELLECOMBE FOLGOET ROSE NICOLAS BRIDAULT NICOLAS BRIDAULT 0:04.48 16,000
R9 PRIX COLONEL POIRIER ETOILE DES BROUETS A DAULIER ARNAUD DAULIER 0:04.48 4,000
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