Barande-Barbe, Corine
Age: 59
Chantilly-based Corine Barande-Barbe began training in 1991. She saddled Carling to win the G1 French Oaks and G1 Prix Vermeille in 1995. She is most famous for handling Cirrus Des Aigles, rated the world's best horse still in training at the end of 2012 after pushing the then recently-retired Frankel in the latter's final race, the G1 Champion Stakes at Ascot. Cirrus Des Aigles had won that contest in 2011. The star gelding also won the 2012 G1 Dubai Sheema Classic and the G1 Prix Ganay in 2012, 2013 and 2015, the G2 Prix Dollar in 2012 and 2013, and in 2014 the G1 Prix d'Ispahan and G1 Coronoation Cup. Her stable star finished fifth in the 2009 Hong Kong Vase, and seventh (2010), fifth (2011), third (2013) and fourth (2014) in the Hong Kong Cup before a career-concluding 10th in the Vase (2015). The gelding was a withdrawal on the eve of the 2012 Cup due to injury. She continued her HKIR run by sending Garlingari to last year's Vase, the homebred finishing seventh. This year, Barande-Barbe prepared that same gelding to win the G2 Prix Dollar. Hong Kong wins: 0
17/18 Season         Up to Race Meeting of 15/07/2018
Stakes won : - No. of Wins : 0 Total Runners : 1
No. of Wins in past 10 race days : 0 No. of 2nds : 0 Win % : 0.00%
No. of 3rds : 0
No. of 4ths : 0

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