Lions Of Lyon – Best bets at Lyon-Parilly on Monday

A jockey at Auteuil takes the acclaim of the crowdsA jockey at Auteuil takes the acclaim of the crowds

FRENCH RACING TIPS

We were on the mark with Fantastic Spirit at Bordeaux on Saturday and we’re back with some fantastic France Racing Tips from Lyon-Parilly on Sunday.

Our experts have spent their weekend studying the form to provide you with the best French Racing Tips on offer. So take a look at our fancies and bet using the buttons below.

SOUVERAINE ELUSIVE (12.50 Lyon-Parilly, 1m4f handicap)

Improving rapidly of late winning three and finishing runner-up on her last four starts on a variety of ground.

This is a tougher handicap than the one she was successful in last time but she travelled like a decent filly on that occasion and quickly put the race to bed.

Top jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot comes in for the ride and there is a lot to like about her chances.

ARTISAN DE PAIX (14.35 Lyon-Parilly, 1m handicap)

A massive eyecatcher last time when seemingly full of running but getting no luck in running when 13th at Longchamp a fortnight ago.

Would have undoubtedly finished far closer with a clearer run and, while ground conditions are different this time around, he’s run a couple of decent races on good ground and is worth chancing at a big price to threaten at the finish here.

MOMOUR (15.05 Lyon-Parilly, 1m4f)

This race is a claimer filled with mostly inconsistent performers and Momour is no exception. He has recent form figures of 0800 but those have tended to come in races at a much higher level and the drop into claiming company should suit.

The six-year-old has won five times in his career and ran in a Listed race in June last year so this is easily the lowest quality field he’s encountered for a while and he could prove value here.

EL VISO (15.35 Lyon-Parilly Deauville,  1m4f handicap)

Inconsistent type who seems overpriced on the form he displayed in a couple of runs this year, notably his second at Cagnes-sur-Mer in January.

The fourth, fifth and sixth from that race have all won since, while El Viso was noted staying on strongly over 1m1f, a trip short of his best at Chantilly on his last start.

Better can be expected here.