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Henri-Alex Pantall Stable Tour
20 May 2020

Following a nearly two-month suspension of racing in France due to Covid 19, many trainers were worried that their horses wouldn’t be ready when racing resumed behind closed doors on May 11th.

Trainer Henri-Alex Pantall, who hasn’t got a grass gallop at his private training centre of Beaupreau, often sees his horses improve during the season, yet he was not too surprised when The Summit stole the show in the Group 3 Prix de Fontainebleau, a trial race for the Poule d’Essai des Poulains.

Ridden by Pierre-Charles Boudot, the son of Wootton Bassett dictated the pace from the start and beat strong favourite and Group 1 winner Victor Ludorum, with Ecrivain splitting the pair of them.

“For us it was business as normal,” Henri-Alex Pantall said from his base in Beaupreau, which lies close to Nantes in the North West of France.

“My staff was happy to come in for work, in fact they positively wanted to come and work and while we obviously had to deal with a delay in getting started, lockdown didn’t change much apart from adhering to the protocol in place. As to The Summit, he had already run once in March, but I’m sure he’ll come on again.”

Pantall, who is one of the biggest trainers in France with a squad of over 200, is keen to get on with the show and has already had over 50 runners since racing resumed  last Monday. The Summit is his classic prospect and apart from the two-year-olds, which still need some time, there are plenty of other horses to look forward to.

Here, he guides Liz Price of through the pick of his team.

Older Horses
Soho Starlight
Soho Star
7 che c Pivotal - Soho Star
Runs in 6 to 7 furlong handicaps. Not quite as consistent as stable companion Muttrah Fort, but nearly always placed when he runs in the provinces.
Soho Starlight needs good ground
Muttrah Fort
6 bay g Dubawi - Sabratah
One of the three older sprinters in the Pantall yard. Runs consistently in handicaps over 5 to 6 furlongs.
He is one of the group of sprinters who are interesting to follow in handicaps over the sprint distance. He could run in some of the better handicaps this year. He likes soft ground.
5 bay f Dubawi - Colour
Used to be trained by Charlie Appleby before joining Pantall in the summer last year. She won first time out for him and was the runner-up in a mile listed at Saint-Cloud. Dropped back in trip for her seasonal reappearance last week, which didn’t suit her.
She was a little disappointing on her reappearance. She found herself in front, which is maybe not the right way to ride her. She should do better next time. We will target black type races with her.
French King
Marina Piccola
French Fifteen
5 che h French Fifteen - Marina Piccola
A proper 1 ½ m horse who was unbeaten in four starts before finishing down the field in the Arc last year. From listed class company in 2018, he has really matured as a four-year-old and won the Group 1 Grosser Preis von Berlin in Hoppegarten. He ran in Doha in February where he won the HH The Amir Trophy.
He will run in the Group 2 Grand Prix de Chantilly on the 31st of May. He did really well last year and proved he is once more in great form when he won at Doha. Unfortunately, there are no races for him abroad in this crisis, but who knows, maybe we can find him some races abroad at the end of the season.
Wootton Bassett
5 bay c Wootton Bassett - Tejaara
A lightly-raced handicapper, who won his race over the mile at Cagnes-sur-Mer this winter and who was very unlucky on his first start after lockdown at ParisLongchamp.
He is a horse to follow. He is a proper handicapper, even though I wouldn’t be surprised if he was a bit better than a handicapper. He was very unlucky last time out when he was boxed in on the rail and couldn’t get out. He never had an opportunity to get out and I think he can do much better.
Red Torch
Red Kiss
Air Chief Marshal
5 bay c Air Chief Marshal - Red Kiss
A convincing Listed winner in Berlin Hoppegarten last year, he has definitely left the handicap world behind him. He ran well the other day at ParisLongchamp when he finished fourth in the Group 3 Prix de Saint-Georges. One to follow, especially if he was to find an easy Group 3.
He finished really well last time. I think he is definitely capable of winning his Group 3 this year. He’s a speed horse, but he needs good ground. That is important for him.
5 bay c Slickly - Tegan
A proper sprinter, who won two handicaps last season. He ran in a Class 2 handicap last week at Chantilly, but made no impression.
He made his seasonal reappearance over six furlongs, but he is really a horse for 5 furlongs. He might not have been ready yet either. I have a group of sprinters that would be interesting to follow, and he is one of them.
4 bay g Epaulette - Tejaara
Proper handicapper over six and seven furlongs. Ran over the mile last time out but that seems a little too far for him.
He was unlucky last time, but he prefers to run over 6 ½ furlongs anyway. He should do better though.
Half Light
Northern Melody
4 che f Shamardal - Northern Melody
Has run exclusively on the all-weather and won on the last day of last year. She has already run once this year when finishing fourth in a Class 2 race at Chantilly.
She is going to make her seasonal reappearance in the Prix du Rocher de Bouligny at Fontainebleau (now going to be staged at Vichy) on the 22nd of May. I think last time the trip was probably a bit too long for her. She is now running back over the mile.
Top Max
Risky Nizzy
Joshua Tree
4 bay g Joshua Tree - Risky Nizzy
Extremely reliable handicapper. Can run over the mile up to 1 ¼ m
He is a horse to follow. He is very consistent.
We Go
Encore Merci
No Nay Never
4 bay c No Nay Never - Encore Merci
A proper sprinter, he was placed in a six-furlong listed last year and was then switched onto the all-weather track at Deauville. He spent the winter in Cagnes-sur Mer, where he won a race over 6 ½ furlongs, before coming up to Chantilly where he lifted a similar race. After lockdown, he ran in the Group 3 Prix de Saint-Georges, a trial race for Group 2 Prix du Gros Chêne, where the ground went against him.
He really needs good ground, if not firm ground. The moment he runs on softer ground, it’s a different horse. So last time at ParisLongchamp it was far too soft for him. He will now go for the Prix du Gros Chêne and he is also a horse I would like to enter at Ascot in the King’s Stand Stakes. As I said, he will need firm ground.
Three Year Olds
Living Well
3 bay f Zoffany - Living Well
Never made any kind of impression in five starts last season, but then won on her seasonal reappearance in March this year at Angouleme. Finished runner-up on handicap debut at Le Teste Du Buch on Wednesday.
A mile is her trip and she could be one to follow in handicaps.
Palace Episode
3 bay f Palace Episode - Tiptonia
A winner on her debut over 1 mile 3 furlongs in March this year, she was stepped up to Listed class in Toulouse following lockdown. She finished seventh, but there was not much between her and the winner.
She didn’t run too badly at Toulouse. She didn’t have a great run on the rail and the ground was horrible. It was quite heavy, actually. I don’t think that she minds the ground, but with a bad run, it didn’t help. I am sure she can win a listed over a mile and a quarter or even further.
Gold Summer
3 b f Le Havre – Height Of Summer
Won on her debut at the Durtal racecourse this week.
She won a race at Durtal. She might turn out to be a nice filly to follow. She isn’t qualified for the handicaps yet but could run in a Class 2 race. She has lots of stamina.
Honey Cake
Pink Anemone
3 bay f Siyouni - Pink Anemone
She won her maiden on her second start at the end of last season and then ran sixth in the Group 3 Prix de la Grotte. Should improve but might not be classic material.
She didn’t run too badly. She was very keen, and I think we need to teach her a little to relax. I think I might run her over a shorter trip next time. It was a good race though, so we shall see.
3 bay c Manduro - Indyca
Entered in the classic races, but still needs to prove a lot.
He was a disappointing in Toulouse last week when he ran in a Listed. But I think we must forget that run. Let’s see what he does next time.
La Javanaise
War Command
3 bay f War Command - Manaia
Has run four times this season and won her maiden on her second start on the all-weather track at Pornichet in the provinces. She now runs in handicaps. Still not quite there yet.
She ran at Vichy last, where she was a bit unlucky. She ran on the all-weather but I’m looking for good ground for her. She is one to follow.
Swiss Spirit
3 bay f Swiss Spirit - Lounamix
Ran three times without success last year, but was a winner in February on the all-weather at Deauville.
She will run this Thursday at Lion D’Angers in the Prix Christian de Tredern. It’s a Class 2 race over 1 ¼ m, which might be a bit too short for her. She is well placed in the handicap, so I might run her in a handicap. She likes good ground.
Lady Speedy
3 bay c Vespone - Lady Speedy
Finished well on his last start in a Listed at Toulouse. A Listed victory should surely be within his reach.
He ran well at Toulouse. He finished well to take third place. He is not an easy horse. He can be a little tense and then he doesn’t finish his race. If everything goes well and he manages to relax at the start, then he can finish well. I would be surprised if he doesn’t win his listed. He can run over further than the mile, but the most important thing is that he doesn’t pull.
3 bay c Frankel - Restiadargent
Very well-bred colt who ran twice last season and won his maiden on the all-weather at Chantilly on his second start. Could be interesting
He suffered a little setback, but I think he will be ready to run in the next two weeks. He could be an interesting contender. He will run in a Class 1 race over the mile and then we shall see. He will need good ground.
Summer Fling
3 bay c Elvstroem - Summer Fling
Has already run four times this year and was a winner over the mile at Cagnes-sur-Mer, but has failed to impress since.
I don’t know with him. He is a bit disappointing. He is a horse for the shorter trips, but we don’t know. It’s either too long or too short. I’m having trouble getting a handle on him. I fear he might simply not be good enough, I don’t know.
The Summit
Wootton Bassett
3 bay c Wootton Bassett - Acola
The Summit won his maiden on his second start last year and ended his year with a fifth place in the Group 1 Criterium de Saint-Cloud, which was won by the Pia Brandt-trained Mkfancy. The ground was very heavy that day and he was well beaten. He then made his seasonal reappearance in the Listed Prix Omnium II in March, before beating Ecrivain and Victor Ludorum in the Group 3 Prix de Fontainebleau. The ground was soft that day at ParisLongchamp and he was ridden from the front, many claiming that his jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot stole the race. Interestingly, the colt’s race was two seconds slower than the fillies’ equivalent.
The Summit will go for the Poule d’Essai des Poulains. He is straight forward. You can ride him any way you want to. Last time, it just happened that he found himself in the lead. You might have the impression that he was well ridden and that he quickened at the right time, but when you look at the race closely, you see he really quickens well at the start of the straight and while they went two seconds slower in the first three furlongs than the fillies, they nevertheless finished quicker in the final two. He has shown me that he some talent and I’m sure he will come on from this. Already his seasonal reappearance was good at Saint-Cloud. His jockey respected the fact that he was coming back from a winter break and hence it is not surprising that he is running the way he does. Ground is not too much of a worry, but he wouldn’t like it too heavy. The mile is the ideal trip for him. I would like to run him in the St James Palace Stakes but that depends when it is. Two weeks between the two races would not be enough.
Didn't like being ridden from the front last time, should be able to win her listed soon.
French King
Massively improved with age, there is no reason why he shouldn't go on winning over 1 1/2 m, especially abroad.
Honey Cake
Out of her league last time out, but should be much more competitive over shorter trip.
Muttrah Fort
Not quite ready on his first start this season, he is definitely one to follow in six furlong sprint handicaps.
Well bred, suffered a slight setback in training but should be more than capable to win a Class 1 race over the mile in good ground.
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