France Horse Racing Tips – Best Bets at Chantilly on Monday, September 28

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Adam has looked over the day’s horse racing action in Framce and picked out our two of his best bets and tips at Chantilly.

FRANCE HORSE RACING TIPS – BEST BETS AT CHANTILLY

10.25 Chantilly – Saint-Nicolas D’Acy Stakes (3yo 1m)


This is a very trappy renewal of the Prix De Saint-Nicolas D’Acy, with most of the field trying to salvage their reputations but SKY POWER stands out here for me.
The horse has gradually improved throughout the season, taking a handicap at Chantilly in July, before better efforts at Deauville and most recently at Saint-Cloud. He finished half a length second behind the very promising Hurricane Cloud last time, but that doesn’t tell the whole story, as Stephane Pasquier got him caught in a pocket on the rail behind the leader and by the time he got racing room, the race was over.
That looked a career best and hopefully this time with a clear run, he should be able to deliver the goods.

11.55 Chantilly – Prix De Conde Stakes (2yo Group 3 1m1f)


The Prix De Conde is always an interesting Juvenile Group 3, especially when looking towards those who will do well at the longer trips as 3-year-olds. This year’s renewal is no exception and the highly thought of Makaloun, for Jean-Claude Rouget, is likely to be a very warm order. He is 3 from 3 and dispatched a decent field in a listed race at Deauville last month. He will be hard to beat, but he isn’t a certainty, as he got the run of the race last time under a great Soumillon ride and on breeding he isn’t certain to want this 9-furlong trip so soon.
For that reason, I think he is worth taking on and the horse I like is SALONLOVE, trained in Germany by Andreas Suborics. This daughter of Lawman won a Listed race over a mile at Dusseldorf in August, using her stamina to pull clear on the run to the line. The time that day was very good for a juvenile race and she could well be underestimated in the market on her first run in France.
She is from a good family with plenty of stamina and her dam placed at Group level over 1m2f so there is enough evidence to think this 1m1f on autumn ground at Chantilly will really suit and she is some definite each-way value against the favourite.