The upcoming Quinte+ horse race, a much-anticipated event on the equestrian calendar, is slated to be held at the illustrious Vincennes track this Friday. The race features a competitive field of 16 six-year-old horses, all set to vie for glory over a tactical distance of 2100m. In the lead-up to this event, an in-depth analysis of performances on this course since the first day of August has brought two horses into the limelight: Higor Dairpet and Hit de Jobi, demonstrating remarkable speed and endurance on this track.
Standout Performances and Predictions
Hit de Jobi staked his claim as a leading contender, boasting the best time on record at this track. On November 20th, in a level E race, Hit de Jobi delivered a last kilometer time of 1'13''2, a feat that saw him maintain the lead for an impressive 95% of the race. This performance showcased his extraordinary endurance and ability to maintain pace, even in the final phase of the race.
Not far behind, Higor Dairpet marked his time at 1'13''5 in the same race, although he finished in fourth place. Has de Coeur and Hotel Mystic trailed with times of 1'14''4 and 1'14''5 respectively. However, when the performances were dissected further, Higor Dairpet displayed a strong finish, particularly shining in the last 200 meters, which could prove pivotal in the upcoming race.
Analysing the Competition
Hit de Jobi also demonstrated a strong finish, securing second place with his final sprint. Meanwhile, Hotel Mystic climbed to third place, backed by his consistent performance, while Has de Coeur's time seemed insufficient to pose a competitive challenge in the upcoming Quinte+ race.
Track Test Results
In the light of these findings, Higor Dairpet narrowly clinched the victory in the Track Test, followed closely by Hit de Jobi. Hotel Mystic secured a respectable third place, and Has de Coeur rounded out the top four. All eyes will now be on these top contenders as they gear up for the actual race day, each hoping to translate their impressive track test results into a triumphant performance on the big day.