Arrival of the fifth: 10 – 8 – 3 – 7 – 6

Tony Parker already knows the joy of winning his first Group I, just two years after embarking on the adventure of horse racing. “It’s huge, incredible,” he said after the race on Equidia. His mare, Mangoustine (No. 10), proved to be the strongest in the Poule d’Essai des Pouliches, a classic event contested over the distance of 1,600 m and springboard for the Prix de Diane, at the ParisLongchamp racecourse. . Ridden with great confidence by the man of the big events, Gérald Mossé, the three-year-old filly went on the offensive at the start of the straight after having traveled thick during the course. “She does it like a champion, appreciates her jockey. At the start of the straight line, it was already complete. The race was meticulously prepared by his entourage. It’s a real pleasure to win for Mikel (Delzangles, the coach) and Tony Parker. Thanks to them because I did not do much. “Mangoustine signs the fourth victory of his career in five outings and wins his first quinté. Gérald Mossé is more experienced at this level since he won for the 96th time, while his trainer, Mikel Delzangles, has 55.

⚫️⚪️ A first Group 1 for @tonyparker!