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  1. 18:45 - Toulouse, 1m 1f 207y
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  5. 19:09 - Mahoning Valley, 1m
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  1. 18:39 - Finger Lakes, 1m 70y
  2. 18:30 - Newcastle, 7f 14y
  3. 18:28 - Fort Erie, 1m 110y
  4. 18:15 - Toulouse, 1m 1f 207y
  5. 18:12 - Mahoning Valley, 6f
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  2. 13:20 - 2m 4f 100y (6 ran)
  3. 13:55 - 2m (9 ran)
  4. 14:30 - 2m 4f 110y (4 ran)
  5. 15:05 - 3m 70y (8 ran)
  6. 15:40 - 3m 20y (3 ran)
  7. 16:15 - 2m 3f 110y (7 ran)
  8. 16:50 - 2m 3f 110y (7 ran)
  9. 17:20 - 2m (11 ran)
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  2. 13:40 - 7f (12 ran)
  3. 14:15 - 6f (10 ran)
  4. 14:50 - 6f (6 ran)
  5. 15:25 - 7f (10 ran)
  6. 16:00 - 1m 53y (6 ran)
  7. 16:35 - 5f (7 ran)
  8. 17:10 - 1m 3f 179y (18 ran)
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  2. 16:55 - 1m 4f 98y (9 ran)
  3. 17:25 - 1m 2f 42y (13 ran)
  4. 18:00 - 1m 5y (6 ran)
  5. 18:30 - 7f 14y (14 ran)
  6. 19:00 - 5f (11 run)
  7. 19:30 - 1m 5y (11 run)
  8. 20:00 - 7f 14y (12 run)
  9. 20:30 - 7f 14y (12 run)
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  2. 13:00 - 5f 217y (15 ran)
  3. 13:30 - 5f 217y (19 ran)
  4. 14:05 - 7f 219y (8 ran)
  5. 14:40 - 1m 1f (9 ran)
  6. 15:15 - 1m 2f 1y (13 ran)
  7. 15:50 - 7f (8 ran)
  8. 16:25 - 5f 217y (10 ran)
  9. 17:00 - 5f 217y (12 ran)
Galway (IRE)
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  2. 13:35 - 1m 73y (7 ran)
  3. 14:10 - 1m 73y (17 ran)
  4. 14:45 - 7f (6 ran)
  5. 15:20 - 7f (10 ran)
  6. 15:55 - 7f (16 ran)
  7. 16:30 - 1m 3f 180y (13 ran)
  8. 17:05 - 1m 3f 180y (17 ran)
  9. 17:35 - 1m 3f 180y (18 ran)
Wexford (IRE)
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  2. 13:10 - 2m 100y (13 ran)
  3. 13:45 - 2m 100y (10 ran)
  4. 14:20 - 2m 100y (12 ran)
  5. 14:55 - 2m 4f (12 ran)
  6. 15:30 - 2m 7f (4 ran)
  7. 16:05 - 2m (13 ran)
  8. 16:40 - 2m 100y (9 ran)
Marseille-borely (France)
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  2. 12:50 - 1m 2f 96y (16 ran)
  3. 13:25 - 7f 209y (6 ran)
  4. 14:00 - 1m 208y (7 ran)
  5. 14:35 - 7f 209y (7 ran)
  6. 15:10 - 1m 208y (6 ran)
  7. 15:45 - 7f 209y (13 ran)
  8. 16:20 - 1m 2f 96y (10 ran)
  9. 16:55 - 1m 2f 96y (11 ran)
Strasbourg (France)
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  2. 10:50 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
  3. 11:20 - 1m 5f 202y (14 ran)
  4. 11:50 - 1m 5f 202y (10 ran)
  5. 12:25 - 1m 5f 202y (11 ran)
  6. 13:07 - 1m 5f 202y (14 ran)
  7. 13:42 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
  8. 14:17 - 1m 5f 202y (18 ran)
  9. 14:52 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
Toulouse (France)
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  2. 15:27 - 7f 209y (13 ran)
  3. 16:02 - 7f 209y (9 ran)
  4. 16:37 - 7f 209y (7 ran)
  5. 17:10 - 1m 3f 204y (8 ran)
  6. 17:45 - 1m 2f 205y (7 ran)
  7. 18:15 - 1m 1f 207y (9 ran)
  8. 18:45 - 1m 1f 207y (10 run)
  9. 19:15 - 1m 6f 200y (8 run)
Vaal (RSA)
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  2. 12:05 - 7f 210y (9 ran)
  3. 12:40 - 7f 210y (11 ran)
  4. 13:15 - 1m 1f 208y (7 ran)
  5. 13:50 - 1m 1f 208y (12 ran)
  6. 14:25 - 7f 101y (7 ran)
  7. 15:00 - Abandoned
  8. 15:35 - Abandoned
  9. 16:10 - Abandoned
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Finger Lakes (USA)
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  2. R1 (18:10) - 1m 70y (7 ran)
  3. R2 (18:39) - 1m 70y (7 ran)
  4. R3 (19:08) - 1m 70y (6 run)
  5. R4 (19:37) - 6f (5 run)
  6. R5 (20:06) - 6f (6 run)
  7. R6 (20:35) - 6f (9 run)
  8. R7 (21:04) - 6f (5 run)
  9. R8 (21:33) - 6f (8 run)
  10. R9 (22:02) - 1m 70y (7 run)
  11. R10 (22:31) - 1m 70y (10 run)
Fort Erie (USA)
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  2. R1 (18:00) - 5f 110y (5 ran)
  3. R2 (18:28) - 1m 110y (6 ran)
  4. R3 (18:56) - 6f (7 run)
  5. R4 (19:24) - 6f (8 run)
  6. R5 (19:52) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (20:20) - 5f 110y (6 run)
  8. R7 (20:48) - 6f (7 run)
  9. R8 (21:16) - 6f 110y (6 run)
  10. R9 (21:44) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  11. R10 (22:12) - 5f (8 run)
Mahoning Valley (USA)
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  2. R1 (17:45) - 5f 110y (10 ran)
  3. R2 (18:12) - 6f (7 ran)
  4. R3 (18:40) - 6f (6 ran)
  5. R4 (19:09) - 1m (7 run)
  6. R5 (19:36) - 6f (7 run)
  7. R6 (20:04) - 6f (10 run)
  8. R7 (20:33) - 6f (11 run)
  9. R8 (21:02) - 6f (12 run)
Mountaineer (USA)
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  2. R1 (00:00) - 1m (8 run)
  3. R2 (00:25) - 5f (9 run)
  4. R3 (00:50) - 5f (6 run)
  5. R4 (01:15) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  6. R5 (01:40) - 5f (7 run)
  7. R6 (02:05) - 4f 110y (7 run)
  8. R7 (02:30) - 1m 70y (8 run)
  9. R8 (02:55) - 6f (10 run)
Yonkers Harness (USA)
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  2. R1 (00:15) - 1m (8 run)
  3. R2 (00:35) - 1m (8 run)
  4. R3 (00:55) - 1m (8 run)
  5. R4 (01:15) - 1m (8 run)
  6. R5 (01:35) - 1m (8 run)
  7. R6 (01:55) - 1m (8 run)
  8. R7 (02:15) - 1m (8 run)
  9. R8 (02:35) - 1m (8 run)
  10. R9 (02:55) - 1m (8 run)
  11. R10 (03:15) - 1m (8 run)
  12. R11 (03:35) - 1m (8 run)
  13. R12 (03:55) - 1m (8 run)
Zia Park (USA)
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  2. R1 (19:30) - 3f 210y (7 run)
  3. R2 (19:57) - 1f 80y (10 run)
  4. R3 (20:24) - 1f 180y (10 run)
  5. R4 (20:51) - 1f 180y (9 run)
  6. R5 (21:18) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (21:45) - 5f (7 run)
  8. R7 (22:12) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  9. R8 (22:39) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  10. R9 (23:06) - 6f (6 run)
  11. R10 (23:33) - 1m (8 run)
  12. R11 (00:00) - 1m (10 run)

Yann Barberot Stable Tour
06 Aug 2020

Yann Barberot said that life didn’t change much during lockdown at his yard in Deauville and is currently enjoying a good start to this very unusual season.

He sits currently in 12th position in the French trainers’ table and said: “Each year I’m improving my position, so I can’t complain. I enjoyed a good start to the season despite the health crisis.

“The summer meeting at Deauville has started well too. I haven’t won a race yet, but the horses are finishing in the first three and are running well.”

With the unbeaten Dick Whittington aimed at Saturday’s Prix Hocquart, live on Sky Sports Racing, a victory might be on the cards sooner than he thinks.

Yann kindly told Liz Price of what plans he has for his team this summer.

Older Horses
Diwan Senora
Kiss Senora
7 bay c Youmzain - Kiss Senora
Hasn’t won since January 2019 but is always in the money. He was last seen finishing fourth in a good handicap on the all-weather at Deauville.
He is an old horse now, but his target will be the Grand Handicap of Deauville. I actually have a few horses for that race, so that will be fun. He finished fourth a few days ago. He ran well in a good handicap, so he is in good form.
French Pegasus
French Fifteen
5 bay g French Fifteen - Etrangere
A winner of a Class 2 Handicap on the all-weather in August last year, he has been placed in two handicaps, but his last run was slightly disappointing.
He is a tough horse, who is more than capable of winning a good handicap. He was very unlucky last time out, as he didn’t jump out of the stalls well. He likes good ground, so we shall see where he goes but the main aim is the Grand Handicap of Deauville.
5 bay f Motivator - Tempola
Lightly raced, after winning a couple of handicaps she has now been stepped up to Listed company. Finished third over the mile at Deauville on her last start behind no other than Group 1 winner Watch Me.
She is a very good filly. She will run in a listed on Friday at Clairefontaine. The only thing with her is that she is very fragile. That is why she hasn’t run a lot. But she is a real racehorse. It is difficult to run her against the older and tougher horses, as she is still pretty unexposed, but I am eager to run her as she has a real engine. I am delighted that she has black type already as she is very well bred. She is from the same family as Treve. I think in good ground she can run over 1 ¼ m but she is running over nine furlongs in the Prix du Pays d’Auge, which should be perfect for her.
Go To Hollywood
Agence Belge
Penny's Picnic
4 bay c Penny's Picnic - Agence Belge
A proper miler, he was Group 3 placed last year in Germany and since then has always been in the money but hasn’t won since last April.
He has come down in the handicap, but he is a horse that loves heavy ground. It needs to rain for him to run. If it rains, he will run in the Grand Handicap of Deauville. I have three horses that can run in this handicap, which is great.
Goya Senora
Nina Senora
4 bay c Anodin - Nina Senora
Very consistent over 1 ¼ m. Was listed placed last year and has been placed in Class 1 and 2 races this season.
He is a nice colt who ran well on his seasonal reappearance but then he met Edisa, a very good filly at Longchamp and had to content with second place again after leaning a bit to the left. And then the other day he ran at Vichy and I was certain he was going to win. But then that English filly Nausha, now trained by Graffard, was in the same race and that was it. I was hoping to finish second but, in the end, we finished third and I realised that he has a problem with a testicle, and he will now be gelded. We will definitely see him in the winter. There is a listed race on the all-weather that will be right up his street.
Three Year Olds
Blue Swan
Blue Blue Sea
3 gre c Rajsaman - Blue Blue Sea
Still a maiden but always placed. Gave the winner of the last race in Saint-Malo 6 kilos.
He is a horse who likes soft ground. He will also run in the Handicap Vieux Bassin. If the ground goes soft, he must have a good chance. He also has a lot of stamina.
3 bay c Showcasing - Commute
A winner of a handicap at Clairefontaine in May, he ran a very good race in the Group 3 Prix Paul de Moussac behind National Service and Kenway. Dropping back in class, he was beaten by the Charlie Appleby-trained Well of Wisdom and Kenway in a Listed over the mile at Deauville.
He is a very good colt. He was only beaten a neck and a nose in the listed last time out. That was a very good listed, in fact, it was more like a Group race. If he remains in good form, he will run in the Group 3 Prix Daphnis at the end of the month. It is a mile race and that should suit him.
Dick Whittington
War Command
3 bay g War Command - Loutka
Unbeaten in two starts, he was going away from the field when he scored by 2 ½ lengths from Litigator who has since been placed again in another Class 1 race.
He runs in the Prix Hocquart this Saturday. It is a Group 2 race and seeing that he has won twice at Saint-Cloud, it’s very exciting to line him up in this race. His form stands up and he is a horse who is improving. It’s a great race for him as he doesn’t have to travel and knows the track. This is the most important race of the meeting for me. We have to see if he has the class for this race. Unfortunately, he is a gelding so won’t be able to run in the Grand Prix de Paris. And anyway, we shall see how good he is.
Lord Wellington
Lost Romance
War Command
3 bay c War Command - Lost Romance
Three times the runner-up in his three starts as a two-year-old, he still hasn’t won a race. He is now running in handicaps over the mile to 1 ¼ m.
It’s annoying. He always runs well, but he is still a maiden. So, I am going to run him now in a maiden at Clairfontaine over 9 furlongs. Last year he ran against a couple of good horses, in fact he was only beaten three quarters of a length by Pisanello who this year ran in the Prix du Jockey Club. I am a little disappointed that he still hasn’t won yet, but I still think he is a good horse and who might be better next year. He is a big horse and that maiden should suit him. In any case it will be an easier task for him. He goes in any ground.
Monsieur Xoo
3 bay g Alhebayeb - Calibrate
Won his first two starts in the provinces and then finished third in a Class 1 race on the all-weather behind the HH Aga Khan filly Vadsena.
He won his two races in the provinces and then he was third. I don’t think that he is listed material, but we shall see. I have to admit, against Vadsena we all looked a bit stupid. She just took off. If he doesn’t run in a Listed, he will be a horse for the more important handicaps. In fact, what he did was good, but I think I will lean more towards the big handicaps.
My Love's Passion
Amber Two
3 bay f Elvstroem - Amber Two
Not beaten far in the Group 1 Prix de la Poule d’Essai des Pouliches, she just missed out winning the Listed Prix Amande over seven furlongs where only the Charlie Appleby-trained Althiqa was stronger than her.
She was just beaten last time out at Deauville. I think that Appleby filly is good. I am going to bring back My Love’s Passion to six furlongs. She could run in the Prix de Lieurey next, but that race will attract all the fillies that didn’t finish in the Poule d’Essai, so I shall see. She might run in the Prix Moonlight Cloud. I do want to wait though for soft ground, which she loves. I might also look at races in England, as we don’t have a programme for speedy fillies in France.
Step By Step
3 bay c Sidestep - Anavera
Very consistent over 1 ¼ m and further. He won a Listed at Toulouse in soft ground very easily, beating the Jean-Claude Rouget trained Mensen Ernst by 2 ½ lengths.
He also had an entry in the Hocquart, but I will probably run him in the Listed over 1m6f on Sunday at Deauville. He has a lot of stamina and his aim will be the Prix de Lutece, a group 3 over 1m7f for three-year-olds. The thing is he loves heavy ground. He won the Languedoc Derby in heavy ground and while we haven’t seen any rain for two months, I just have to run him. I fear we would be disappointed in September if he didn’t get a run between now and then. He will be a good horse over the Cup distances next year, if I still have him, as there has been a lot of interest in him.
Trick Of The Mind
3 che c Intello - Carding
A nice stayer who won at Le Touquet and was the runner-up in a Class 2 race over 1m5 ½ f at Les Sables.
He is not a bad horse. He was the runner-up in a good race in the provinces where he gave 1.5 kilos to the winner. He will now run in a handicap over a similar distance. I think it’s on the 13th of August. He is a real stayer, so that should suit. He likes good ground.
Two Year Olds
Key Success
2 bay c Goken - Key Success
The runner-up in the Group 3 Prix du Bois, he was then stepped up to Group 2 level in the Prix Robert Papin where he finished fourth behind the Richard Hannon-trained Ventura Tormenta. He finished fourth again in the Prix de Cabourg behind the Mick Channon-trained Cairn Gorm.
He was stepped on his toes when he left the stalls in the Prix du Bois and then he just took hold of the bit and ran off. He still managed to finish second that day, but it was a hard race. The next time, I told Boudot to watch out, but he again took off as if he was on fire and so he finished last in the Papin. I then decided to teach him how to race and told the jockey to keep him behind, but we were unlucky as the English raider didn’t come out of the stalls and so my horse was pulling again like a train. We finished fourth but if the race had gone to plan, I think he could have finished second and he would have learnt a lot. I think I will now wait for the Prix d’Arenberg at Chantilly in September. He is good and I just hope that the last race did help him a bit to understand what we expect. I haven’t lost hope yet, he is still a good horse.
2 bay c Acclamation - Basilia
Runner-up on his debut over 7 ½ furlongs.
Together with Axdavali, they are my best two-year-olds. He ran well on his debut and I think he is good. What he did on his debut was impressive and he will now run in a maiden at Longchamp in September. He was bred by Mrs Fabre.
Fast Raaj
2-y-o b c Iffraaj – Interesting
I like this colt. I think he will be ready in September.
Sweet Victory
2-y-o b f Holy Roman Emperor – Swish
She is giving me all the right signs. I’m not saying that she is going to be a super star, but I like her. I think she could also have her first race in September after the meeting.
Blue Swan
Very consistent stayer who gave away six kilos last time and one to follow when he is on equal weights.
A tough individual who is getting better with age and is bound to win his listed soon.
French Pegasus
Honest handicapper who’s been knocking on the door and his turn surely must come soon.
Step By Step
Improving three-year-old who could provide his trainer with a stakes victory later in the year when then ground is soft.
Unexposed and untapped potential, she should win a race before the end of the season.
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