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Bary hoping Feed The Flame can deliver first Arc success


Feed The Flame will bid to give veteran trainer Pascal Bary a long-awaited victory in Sunday’s Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at ParisLongchamp.

Bary has handled a host of top-class runners during his lengthy career, sending out Classic winners in France, Britain and Ireland as well as saddling three Breeders’ Cup winners.

However, he has yet to taste success in the crown jewel of French racing, with Sulamani coming closest when finishing a three-quarter-length second to Marienbard in 2002 after Croco Rouge finished third behind Montjeu in 1999.

The Chantilly-based handler has plenty of faith in his challenger this year though, with Feed The Flame having made huge strides since his racecourse bow in April, finishing fourth to the reopposing Ace Impact in the Prix du Jockey Club before going on to land the Grand Prix de Paris over the Arc course and distance in July.

While he had to settle for second place behind Fantastic Moon in his Prix Niel trial earlier this month, Bary believes the Kingman colt might find conditions more to his liking on Sunday.

He said: “He’s a very good horse, he has a very good temperament and he gets the mile and a half really, really well. I think on the day of the Arc, the ground will be slightly different and he will be more comfortable on that ground.

“Anything a bit softer than the ground he encountered in the Jockey Club, Grand Prix de Paris and Prix Niel would be appreciated.”

Feed The Flame was beaten two and a half lengths by Fantastic Moon – who could yet be supplemented for Sunday’s race – and Bary felt the decision to field King Of Records as a pacemaker perhaps played into the winner’s hands.

He explained: “I think I made a mistake by running a pacemaker because he worked much more for the German horse than he did for us. It’s not an easy race to run in because to bring a horse on from July 14 to the beginning of September, there’s not a lot of time.

“Christophe (Soumillon) sort of asked him when he came down into the false straight but at that point on that good ground, the German horse had taken off and Christophe was intelligent enough to just let the horse finish his race because he actually was probably missing a bit of work before he went into the race.

“The aim was not to have a race that was going to be too hard, but at the moment he was so far behind in the final straight, Christophe actually judged it was too late to ask him for a massive effort to bring him closer to the leader.”

Waiting tactics are usually employed on Feed The Flame and Bary does not anticipate any change to the plan in the Arc, even though he is likely to encounter the biggest field of his career to date, with 14 currently in contention after Sprewell dropped out at Tuesday’s second forfeit stage.

Bary said: “He’s a horse that knows how to accelerate and you have to ride him to his strengths. We have to adapt to the horse, he’s not going to adapt to us. In a race with a lot of pace and runners, this should not be an issue.

“If he is to the back of the field, there’s enough time to come forward. When he ran in the Jockey Club, Ace Impact was behind him and came through so he’s obviously the horse to beat. I don’t know much about the opposition but if Ace Impact can come forward, Feed The Flame is capable of accelerating.”

Feed The Flame is owned by Jean-Louis Bouchard and Bary is delighted to have a live contender for a long-standing ally.

He added: “It’s amazing that we have such a good horse towards the end of my career. Jean-Louis is very positive, we go to the race together and it’s a great opportunity.

“If he doesn’t win this year, he will win next year!”

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1st Rossa Ryan silk 7. OPTICIAN 15/82.87f
2nd Jonny Peate silk ½ 2. LOUISIANA BAY (IRE) 9/25.5
3rd Cam Hardie silk 6. TRUSTY SCOUT (IRE) 11/26.5
J: Rossa Ryan  
T: Shaun Lycett  
11 ran. NRs: 11 


1st Joanna Mason silk 2. MIN TILL 13/27.5
2nd Harry Davies silk nk 11. GET SET JET 3/14f
3rd Gina Mangan silk 1 1. SNOOZE LANE (IRE) 15/28.5
J: Joanna Mason  
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1st Dougie Costello silk 4. LANDLORDTOTHESTARS (IRE) 8/19
2nd Kieran Shoemark silk nk 10. KINGWELL 7/24.5
3rd Elisha Whittington silk ns 12. GYPSY WHISPER 18/119
T: James Evans  
11 ran. NRs: 11 


1st Rossa Ryan silk 5. TALIS EVOLVERE (IRE) 11/102.1f
2nd Daniel Muscutt silk nk 6. URBAN SPRAWL 11/43.75
3rd Clifford Lee silk 2. WOODSTOCK CITY 20/121
J: Rossa Ryan  
8 ran. NRs: 7 


1st Kieran Shoemark silk 6. SUPER SAIYAN (IRE) 7/42.75
2nd Richard Kingscote silk ¾ 1. GALLOPING ON (IRE) 13/82.62f
3rd Jack Mitchell silk 5 11. ROOBEENA 11/26.5
11 ran. NRs: 12 


1st Ryan Sexton silk 2. RAMON DI LORIA (IRE) 6/17
2nd Rhiain Ingram silk 8. DICKO THE LEGEND (IRE) 11/26.5
3rd Jack Mitchell silk 1. AGOSTINO 4/15
J: Ryan Sexton (3)  
10 ran. NRs: 4 


1st Daniel Muscutt silk 6. BETTER (IRE) 5/16
2nd Ryan Sexton silk 3 5. UPPER HAND (IRE) 5/16
3rd Rossa Ryan silk sh 10. BITCOIN PROFIT (IRE) 9/110
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2nd Mr Fletcher Yarham silk nk 12. CHURCHILL BAY 5/23.5f
3rd Miss Pippa Brown silk hd 1. MY BOY JACK 22/123
11 ran. NRs: 6 


1st Charles Bishop silk 6. SIXTIES CHIC 4/15
2nd Dylan Hogan silk ¾ 5. MAHARAJAS EXPRESS 7/18
3rd David Egan silk hd 4. NORTHCLIFF (IRE) 13/27.5
T: Jack Channon  
10 ran. NRs: 11  9 
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