1’10”0 – This is the race record, signed Texas Charm in 2014. The general record for Vincennes and the course was set this year in 2020 by Face Time Bourbon: 1’09’’4 on this track in the Prix René Ballière and with a flying start in the Prix de Sélection!
3 – Like the record number of victories in the Prix de Bourgogne held by two historic trotters: Ourasi (1987, 1988, 1989) and Ready Cash (2011, 2012, 2013). Winner of the 2020 edition, Billie de Montfort will attempt the double on Sunday, as Insert Gédé and Meaulnes du Corta have been able to do since 2000.
3 – We use the system of the first three qualifying places as in QUALIF # 1 and QUALIF # 2. So far, the eight tickets have been won by eight different trotters. Among them, Face Time Bourbon, which could therefore continue to play its role of referee by leaving only two tickets available on Sunday.
6 – Like the number of Prix de Bourgogne – Prix d’Amérique doubled-over since 2000: to the credit of Kesaco Phedo, Jag de Bellouet, Meaulnes du Corta, Ready Cash (twice) and Bold Eagle.
9 – The maximum number of trotters on each line behind the autostart. In total, 18 competitors can participate in this QUALIF # 5 but after the packages we know this year that the race will not be full.
28 – As the number of days between this QUALIF # 5 and the Prix d’Amérique ZEturf – Legend Race.
2,100 – As the distance to be covered in the Grand Prix de Bourgogne. The start is with the autostart (our photo). This is the shortest distance among the events of the Prix d’Amérique Races ZEturf competition after the 2,700 meters of the QUALIF # 1 and QUALIF # 4 and the 2,850 meters of the QUALIF # 2 (which will also be the distance of QUALIF # 6).
Starters and positions behind the autostart tomorrow morning.