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White Turf – 2nd racing day, 15th February 2015
White Turf – 2nd racing day, 15th February 2015On  the  second  Sunday  of  racing  at  White  Turf,  10,000  spectators  watched  on  as  Vicomte  Alco
romped  to  victory,  the  horse  taking  the  title  of  World  Snow  Hurdle  Champion.  Franco  Moro  and
Dreamspeed  won  the  Skikjöring  and  in  the  trotting  it  was  Oscar  de  la  Rouvre  who  knew  how  to impress. 

The World Snow Hurdle Champion is Vicomte Alco. Ridden by Anthony Lecordier, the six year-old gelding
also won the second test of this unique world championship the ‘World Snow Hurdle Championship Final’after dominating the hurdles on the previous Sunday. ‘We approached the whole thing more offensively this time, that’s why the gelding was near the front early on. At the final hurdle, Vicomte Alco jumped into the lead. A fantastic ride by his jockey!’  Trainer Andreas Schärer was full of praise and celebrated the victory together with overjoyed owners Vreni and Anton Kräuliger. The other places went to Egisto (Raphael Lingg) and Val de Roi (Julien Lemée).

In the BMW  –  Trotting Grand Prix of Pontresina it was an experienced snow horse that took the victory,
namely Oscar de la Rouvre, who at last achieved his first victory in St. Moritz. Carrying responsibility as
owner, trainer and driver of the 13 year-old gelding was Caroline Huguelet. At the line, the  gelding had one
and  three  quarter  lengths  advantage  over  Cashmere  N  Caviar  (Walter  Theiler)  and  the  German  visitor
Jagger Broline (Marcel Humbert).

In  the  final  trotting  race,  the  Grand  Prix  Koller  Elektro,  ten  year  old  Rebecca  de  Corday  was  not  to  be
beaten  –  having  no  problem  whatsoever  fending  off  the  attacks  from  her  rivals.  Trainer  and  owner  is
Barbara Krüsi. Rebecca de Corday was being driven by her son Silvan Krüsi.

The  winner  of  the  CREDIT  SUISSE  Skikjöring  Trophy  is  already  clear  after  only  the  second  race  –  for
Dreamspeed and Franco Moro were not to beaten, clearly dominating over the opposition in the CREDIT
SUISSE –  Grand Prix of Sils.  ‘It all went exactly as I had pictured it ahead of the race’, said Franco Moro,
overjoyed that Dreamspeed had  once again shown lots of fighting spirit  –  already taking the lead after the
first lap and then galloping away from the rest of the field. Of course trainer Christian von der Recke and

local owner Barbara Keller of BMK Racing were also over the moon. Seco nd place went to last Sunday’s
driverless horse Decorum (Leta Joos) ahead of American Life (Curdin Guler) in third.

A fighting mood ruled in the Grand Prix Christoffel Bau Trophy. Leading for a large part of the race, Berrahri
from  the  British  stable  of  John  Best  was  attacked  most  vehemently  in  the  straight  by  Zarras  (Raphael
Lingg), who even went neck and neck with him but  Zarras simply couldn’t get by Berrahri ridden by Kieren
Fox. On the line there was a length between them.

The Grand Prix PRESTIGE delivered a double success for trainer  Philipp  Schärer as Sleeping Giant ridden
by Raphael Lingg was simply unbeatable and led from start to finish. Seven lengths behind in second place
was stable-mate Soundtrack (Milan Zatloukal).
Further information at: www.whiteturf.ch

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