Juste Bere, syndicated on Equibiz, climbed the ranks with flying colors and remained undefeated for Mathieu Brasme’s training.
Unbeaten in two outings, Juste Béré (Pedro the Great) preserved his invincibility by winning the the Prix André Saulou (Class 2). Still, his race could have stopped behind the stalls. Indeed, the colt of La Flèche Racing, of Count Guillaume de Saint-Seine, Alain Jacob, Markus Meier and Richard Baron took a long time to get into his box but, with the help of the bonnet, he ended up entering. He galloped in third, easily following. Coming to the leading line at the entrance of the straight, he was tough to take the best and win. His trainer, Mathieu Brasme, told Equidia: “I take my hat off to the pushers because there is more than one place where he would have been a non-runner. He's a colt with a problem. We had help from Nicolas Blondeau, but it is not enough. It’s not that way mentally yet. He is tough and a wrestler, which makes all the difference at 2 years old.