2023 Prix Saint Alary Betting Odds at Longchamp racecourse

Sunday, 14 May 2023

Longchamp is set to have heavy ground for an encounter over one mile and two furlongs, with Jannah Rose running for trainer C Laffon-Parias and there have been consecutive wins for the three-year-old. Yann Barberot will also be feeling confident when it comes to this Group 1 race and the recent runner-up performance could see the horse go well.

Autumn Starlight is another horse that merits respect based on achievements so far, with Boogie Woogie running for trainer Aidan O’Brien and the handler has previously experienced lots of success at Longchamp Racecourse. Laffon-Parias also has Left Sea in the race and some strong tactics could be deployed by a trainer who heads to Paris mob-handed.

2023 Prix Saint-Alary Tips

Jannah Rose is an unbeaten three-year-old who lines up in the St Mark's Basilica Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary which is a Group 1 encounter on the Grande Course. After winning at Chantilly on her debut on 21 September, there was an even more impressive victory at Longchamp in the Prix Vanteaux, with the filly claiming the spoils in this Group 3 encounter.

The horse was able to achieve a win by nearly two lengths against Sea The Lady, with favourite Around Midnight finishing behind the front two, although the Yann Barberot-trained runner has definite claims for this race according to the latest ratings. Previously to that run at Longchamp had been a spate of other bright performances.

Autumn Starlight ran in esteemed company last time out when finishing midfield in a race where Blue Rose Cen was the victor. The horse was sent off as a 48/10 shot on that occasion and was able to stay the trip of one mile on heavy ground without really threatening the chasing pack. Even so, this could merit each-way money.

Boogie Woogie runs for trainer Aidan O’Brien and is among the highest-rated horses in the field, with the Irish handler hoping to score yet another success at part of a legendary career. Last time out at Naas Racecourse, the Coolmore runner obliged as the 1/2 favourite when winning by five and a half lengths over a distance of one mile and two furlongs.