Second in his debut at Durtal, Un Soir d´Orage (Penny’s Picnic) opened his account in the Prix de Dol de Bretagne (Maiden).
Second in his debut at Durtal, Un Soir d´Orage (Penny’s Picnic) opened his account in the Prix de Dol de Bretagne (Maiden). A wait-and-see in fourth place, he announced himself at the entrance to the straight, quickly gaining the upper hand over Star of Saints (Sea the Stars). Then in the final phase, he withstood Shayzar's excellent finish (Lope de Vega).
Jockey of Un Soir d'Orage, who defends the colors of the Domaine de l'Étang, Jérôme Cabre said at the microof Equidia: “There were a few horses which had quality at the start and we had decided to start well. He's cold, but when asked, he reacts quickly, which is not common for a large horse like him. He needs to get down to work, but he can make the difference in two strides. He can do any ground. "
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Bred by Élise Drouet and David Salmon, Un Soir d´Orage is a son of Penny’s Picnic (Kheleyf), stallion at Haras du Hoguenet and Modema (Okawango), winner of his maiden in Avignon over 2,300m. Modema had already given Alliance to Vary (Authorized), winner of a handicap over 2,400m at Moulins, placed over hurdles and steeplechase. She has a yearling by Birchwood which will be offered for the Osarus yearling sale.
Un Soir d´Orage is the nephew of Here She Comes (Take Risks), a multiple placed of Listeds between 1,400m and 2,400m. It comes from a strain of Guy de Rothschild, the one that gave Jukebox Jury, Belle Allure, Le Larron ...
Article by Jour de Galop.