Rouget

Rou·get

(rū-zhā'),
Antoine D., 19th-century French physiologist. See: Rouget bulb.

Rou·get

(rū-zhā'),
Charles M.B., French physiologist, 1824-1904. See: Rouget muscle, Rouget-Neumann sheath.
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THE record-breaking Qipco Prix du Jockey Club winner Sottsass will be given a classic French preparation for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in the autumn, with trainer Jean-Claude Rouget confident that a step up to a mile and a half will present few problems.
THOUGH not quite the same as Aidan O'Brien's domination in this year's Derby with seven of the 13 runners, Jean-Claude Rouget looks to have a firm grip on Sunday's Prix de Diane (3.05pm), known as the French Oaks, at Chantilly.
"When she worked at Deauville at the beginning of the week, we didn't overtax her as she had raced three weeks earlier," said Jean-Claude Rouget, the winning trainer.
Qemah, representing Jean-Claude Rouget, is an interesting French raider while Persuasive also deserves consideration.
Rouget, who has enjoyed a magnificent season, deliberately stayed away from the Arc with Almanzor this year, but that could change in 12
Jean-Claude Rouget's 11-8 favourite was always nicely positioned by Christophe Soumillon and once again produced a blistering turn of foot to beat Arc heroine Found (5-2) by two lengths.
JEAN-CLAUDE ROUGET is looking forward to running Almanzor in Saturday's Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot.
CHANTILLY -- Almanzor, trained by Jean-Claude Rouget, won the Prix du Jockey-Club at 20-1 to deny the Aga Khan a famous Derby double at Chantilly on Sunday.
Dubai Veteran handler Jean-Claude Rouget believes that his French hope Abtaal will be competitive in Saturday's Qipco 2,000 Guineas (G1) at Newmarket after pleasing him in his build-up to the showpiece race.
For the rouget Season fillets with Espelette and salt and sprinkle with