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Indonesienne (near side) denies Lesstalk in Paris
Indonesienne cut down the front-running Lesstalk In Paris to win the Total Prix Marcel Boussac at Longchamp.
Ioritz Mendizabal took two lenghts out of the field over a furlong out aboard the trailblazer and looked set to hold on but the Christophe Ferland-trained winner had other ideas.
Thundering down the centre of the track under Flavian Prat, the daughter of Muhtathir was in front inside the final 50 yards for an ultimtely cosy win.
Indonesienne was paying a compliment to last week's Newmarket winner Miss France who had beaten her last time.
Sandiva looked a threat to all a furlong out but faded inside the distance while Aidan O'Brien's Wonderfully was doing all her best work in the closing stages.
"It's fantastic - she did very well," said Ferland. "We tried, we've done it, it's fantastic. She showed that she has a fantastic acceleration in her first race and she has been showing it in the morning too."
Sky Bet installed the winner at 20/1 in their betting for next year's 1000 Guineas, but cut Miss France from 8/1 to 6/1 for the same race.
"It was a good result for a little-known trainer, but the most important aspect of the result might well be the compliment she paid to Miss France, who has already proved popular in the betting after her Newmarket victory," commented spokesman Michael Shinners.