Juste Béré (Pedro the Great), syndicate don Equibiz, confirmed by taking the Prix d'Ombrée d´Anjou - Prix de Pouancé (Maiden) for his second outing.
Winner of a claimer in Angers for his debut, Juste Béré (Pedro the Great) confirmed by taking the Prix d'Ombrée d´Anjou - Prix de Pouancé (Maiden) for his second outing. La Flèche Racing representative Guillaume de Saint-Seine, Alain Jacob, Markus Meier and Richard Baron were tough to win. Quickly in the lead, he was able to start again under the attack of Blue Dream (Dream Ahead), who certainly took the advantage for a moment. The seasoned Fur Hat (Heeraat) is third at three-quarters length, who has consistently finished in the silver since wearing the blinders. Juste Béré imposed himself in a style similar to that of his early days, where he had quickly taken the lead and the rope and had resisted the attack of Beauty Fatale (Whitecliffsofdover), an experienced resident of Christophe Plisson until the end. It was May 16th. The resident of Mathieu Brasme won by little but as a tough and determined colt, as on Tuesday at Senonnes-Pouancé.