French Guinea


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French Guinea:

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, officially Republic of Guinea, republic (2015 est. pop. 12,092,000), 94,925 sq mi (245,856 sq km), W Africa. It is bounded on the north by Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, and Mali; on the east by the Côte d'Ivoire; on the south by Sierra Leone and Liberia; and on the west
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, republic, Africa.

French Guinea

a former French territory of French West Africa: became independent as Guinea in 1958
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Another horse to watch out for is the French Guineas winner Ervedya.
Andre Fabre's Make Believe ran out the three-length winner of the French Guineas at Longchamp and, despite encountering the quickest terrain of his career, is expected to keep the favourite honest.
Jean-Claude Rouget's French Guineas heroine Ervedya adds Gallic flair to the Group One contest.
The French Guineas winner Karakontie appeared not to stay and finished eighth.
It is hard to judge whether he has improved since the French Guineas, but condition-wise, he looks a picture.
The Group One-winning juvenile returned to action this year with a win in the Greenham Stakes at Newbury, but could never get involved in the French Guineas at Longchamp after being drawn wide.
That will take a bit of weight off him and get him ready for the French Guineas.
Racing manager Simon Crisford reported: "I think probably just one filly will run, more likely Blue Bunting, and maybe Zoowraa will go for the French Guineas.
Rimth will be better suited to the French Guineas," said his jockey Christophe Soumillon.
I put him in the Irish Guineas a while ago and I will put him in the English and French Guineas as well.
The winner is in the Irish and French Guineas, so I'd quite like to separate them.
It's French Guineas day at Longchamp and I go for Vocalised (2.