International / 12.06.2020
Manhattan Shares (Gr1)
Tribhuvan “FR”: front, meaning and impression
As they say in the rush, watch out for him when he goes “in front, naughty”… When he can go ahead without being pressured by anyone, Tribhuvan (Toronado) becomes a hell of a machine. And that’s what To be to Saturday at Belmont in Manhattan Stakes (Gr1), where he had a chance to win his second Gr1. He was bred by Jean-Charles Haimet (Cote Fleurie stud), famous in the dance world (Lagunak, Pottsie Size, Cheltenian, Cat Tiger…), but who know also breed good flat horse. Along with Elza and Hannah Petit (the broker’s daughter) in the case of Tribhuvan…
The pony (now gelding) got off to a good start, while Channel Builder (English Channel), another follower of the leading race, has ryeshis departure. Manny Franco steered the race in the saddle of the future winner, who crossed the first 800 meters in 49”65 before a straight start up front. He has lost six lengths on the peloton and the race was won at the end of the last bend. French people are different by birth, Adhamo (Intello), had some traffic problems at the bend. But he found a clear path to second place after 3 and a half minutes in length. Favourite Gufo (Declaration of War) ashamed ofe lack of trains to finish in third place. OFFERI look like France and train Tokyo Gold (Kendargent), not far from the leader, walked away for the last 200 meters when he to be was in contact with an opponent.
He is already a millionaire
Hubert Guy bought Adhamo when selling Arc and Tribhuvan after success in Quinté worth 40.5. This success in United Nations Shares makes him a millionaire dollars and euros also follow this Sunday’s exchange rate. His coach Chad Brown explains: “Tribhuvan has done well and I am confident. When he can take the lead, he’s a great horse. His rider, Manny Franco, made the right decision as he created a hole in the front. The horse loves it and last year in Manhattan it galloped very well as Domestic spending (King). »
The brother of two good dancers
Discount from fFebruary 2016 Guy Petit buys a German car for 20,000€ Mahendra (The next desert). This unpublished sister is Macleya (Winged Love), who won the Prix de Pomone (Gr2) and Monclair (Montjeu), the winner of the Prix de Barbeville (Gr3). Before Tribhuvan, she produced Ibleo (Dick Turpin), a good towering horse in England and finished third in the Cup Race (Gr3) at the Cheltenham Festival, but also Val de Saane (Rock of Gibraltar), second in the Prix de Beaune (L) hurdles in Enghien. This tension has worked well in Gestüt Schlenderhan, recently Mare Australis (Australia) to the Von Ullman family.
Guy Petit likes Toronado (High Chaparral) and at the time of purchase, Mahendra carried the future Tribhuvan. The foal has been in the ring twice at Arqana, where he sold 30,000 euros for the foal and 58,000 euros in the October sale.
Australia’s Toronado Success Story
The Tribhuvan comes from the first generation of the Toronado, designed for £15,000 at National Stud. The stallion comes HAras de Bouquetot in 2018 and this year it is offered there for €8,000. Toronado has produced 9 Group winners, including 3 Gr1, and 6 from his seasons in Australia. Last year, lower, he insured 172 brood mares for AU$49,500 (€33,100) and this year he has 44 ponies selling for an average of AU$183,273 (€122,600). . For the 2022 season in Australia, it is offered for sale for AU$88,000 (59,000 euros).