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    Posted: 08 Apr 2012 at 4:06am
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THE OKA SHO (JAPANESE 1000 GUINEAS)(G1)


April 8, 2012, 1600m, Turf
INT F&M DSN, Special Weight, 3-Year-Olds, Open Class, Value of race: 207,900,000 Yen


1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th total
Added Money (Yen) 89,000,000 36,000,000 22,000,000 13,000,000 8,900,000 168,900,000
Stakes Money (Yen) 27,300,000 7,800,000 3,900,000 0 0 39,000,000
Total (Yen) 116,300,000 43,800,000 25,900,000 13,000,000 8,900,000 207,900,000

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Age
Weight
(Kg)
Sire
Dam
Dam's sire
Dam's dam
Jockey
Trainer
Owner
Breeder
1 1 Dame du Lac(JPN)
F3
55.0 Symboli Kris S
Fairy Tail Time
Fairy King
Minnie Hauk
Futoshi Komaki
Masazo Ryoke
Genichiro Sakakibara
Shimoyashiki Bokujo
1 2 Epice Arome(JPN)
F3
55.0 Daiwa Major
Ratafia
Cozzene
Sakura Fabulous
Suguru Hamanaka
Sei Ishizaka
Katsumi Yoshida
Northern Farm
2 3 Omega Heartland(JPN)
F3
55.0 Agnes Tachyon
Omega Island
El Condor Pasa
Irish Dance
Syu Ishibashi
Noriyuki Hori
Reiko Hara
Shadai Farm
2 4 Sunshine(JPN)
F3
55.0 Heart's Cry
Baldwina
Pistolet Bleu
Balioka
Mirco Demuro
Kenichi Fujioka
Yoichi Aoyama
Shadai Farm
3 5 Para la Salud(JPN)
F3
55.0 Deep Impact
Tanta Suerte
Stuka
Trapial
Hiroshi Kitamura
Sakae Kunieda
G1 Racing Co. Ltd.
Shadai Corporation Inc.
3 6 Eishin Kincsem(JPN)
F3
55.0 Fuji Kiseki
Archaique Lady
Mr. Greeley
No More Ironing
Yuga Kawada
Tomokazu Takano
Toyomitsu Hirai
Umeda Bokujo
4 7 Meisho Suzanna(JPN)
F3
55.0 Agnes Digital
Green Olive
Sunday Silence
Meishosky
Yutaka Take
Yogelatiada Takahashi
Yogelatiaka Matsumoto
Hokusei Murata Bokujo
4 8 Meine Epona(JPN)
F3
55.0 King Kamehameha
Lady Bellona
Sunday Silence
Shinko Lovely
Hayato Yoshida
Makoto Saito
K.Thoroughbred Club Ruffian
Shinkoh Farm
5 9 Ichiokuno Hoshi(JPN)
F3
55.0 Zenno Rob Roy
Lady Ying
Kendor
Super Vite
Hironobu Tanabe
Eiichi Yano
Keiko Kobayashi
Shadai Farm
5 10 Gentildonna(JPN)
F3
55.0 Deep Impact
Donna Blini
Bertolini
Cal Norma's Lady
Yasunari Iwata
Sei Ishizaka
Sunday Racing Co. Ltd.
Northern Racing
6 11 I'm Yours(JPN)
F3
55.0 Falbrav
Cecile Blues
El Condor Pasa
Cecil Cut
Nicola Pinna
Takahisa Tezuka
Your Story
Northern Farm
6 12 Prenotato(JPN)
F3
55.0 Jungle Pocket
Sexy Coconuts
Dance in the Dark
Coco Passion
Katsumi Ando
Mitsunori Makiura
Silk Co.Ltd
Matsuda Bokujo
7 13 Sound of Heart(JPN)
F3
55.0 Agnes Tachyon
Shimmei Minerva
Caerleon
Hujjab
Masami Matsuoka
Yasuhisa Matsuyama
Turf Sport
Taihei Stud Farm Co. Ltd
7 14 Tosen Benizakura(JPN)
F3
55.0 Daiwa Major
Tosen Brilliant
White Muzzle
Pulsate
Akihide Tsumura
Isamu Shibasaki
Takaya Shimakawa
Takaya Shimakawa
7 15 Verxina(JPN)
F3
55.0 Deep Impact
Halwa Sweet
Machiavellian
Halwa Song
Hiroyuki Uchida
Yasuo Tomomichi
Kazuhiro Sasaki
Northern Racing
8 16 Fine Choice(JPN)
F3
55.0 Admire Moon
Affrettata
Taiki Shuttle
China Breeze
Kenichi Ikezoe
Masazo Ryoke
Junzo Miyakawa
Tomita Bokujo
8 17 Joie de Vivre(JPN)
F3
55.0 Deep Impact
Biwa Heidi
Caerleon
Aghsan
Yuichi Fukunaga
Hiroyoshi Matsuda
Sunday Racing Co. Ltd.
Northern Racing
8 18 Arafune(JPN)
F3
55.0 Kurofune
Silence Mambo
Sunday Silence
Asaka Mambo
Genki Maruyama
Yutaka Takahashi
U.Araki Farm
Araki Farm


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What did people think of the winner Gold Ship?

Was last for 1400m of it, seemed to make up 10 lengths up the inside on the turn then just did what he liked. World Ace raced exceptionally well to run on for 2nd after covering many more lengths than the winner, with World Ace's jockey took the long root & Gold Ship's the short one after they were last & 2nd last with 800m to go.

Gold Ship also bred on the same Stay Gold/Mejiro McQueen cross as Orfevre, should be a great Tokyo Yushun.
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Strange race, The majority of the field fanned very wide. Not sure what to make of it.


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I don't know anything about Japanese racing, was just wondering if anyone could tell me what the form for this one is like? First up in Aus tomorrow for Weir at Geelong over 1400




TAP THAT (JPN)

4yo Grey Horse
D.O.B: 11-Apr-2012
by TAPIT (USA)  from ART PRINCESS (USA)
5x Pedigree Report 

StatusActive
Owner’s Details (updated nightly)Waratah Thoroughbreds
Stewards EmbargoesNone on record
Emergency Vaccination Record(Click here for more details)
Last Gear Change*None on record.
TrainerMr Darren Weir (Wangoom)
Racing ColoursWhite, Red Waratah, Diagonal Halved Sleeves, White Cap, Red Waratah
CareerSummary: 7-2:1:0    Prizemoney: $386,410     
Min/Max-Dist-Win: 1600/1700     1st Up: 5:1-1-0    2nd Up: 2:1-0-0     
Track: 0:0-0-0    Dist: 1:0-0-0    Track/Dist: 0:0-0-0 
Firm: 1:0-0-0     Good: 5:2-1-0     Soft: 0:0-0-0     Heavy: 0:0-0-0    Synthetic: 0:0-0-0
Note: NSW & WA Gear Changes may be incomplete 

 
1st of 9SAPO 31Aug14 1700m Good 2Y MDN-SW $142,979 ($74,691) Yasutoshi Ikee 54kg Barrier 3 
2nd Okhotsk (USA) 54kg 1:48.00, 2.5L $2.50
1st of 14TOKD 18Oct14 1600m Good 2Y-ALW $203,799 ($107,704) Yuichi Fukunaga 55kg Barrier 14 
2nd Devastation (JPN) 55kg 1:39.50, 0.5L $2.10
2nd of 14KAWA 17Dec14 1609m Good NISAI YUSHUN Listed $634,870 ($130,708) Yuichi Fukunaga 55kg Barrier 9 
1st Dear Domus (JPN) 55kg, 3rd Taisei Lavish (JPN) 55kg 1:45.30, 0.5L $2.50
6th of 16TOKD 22Feb15 1400m Fast HYACINTH STKS Listed $354,858 Yuichi Fukunaga 57kg Barrier 9 
1st Golden Barows (USA) 56kg 1:37.10, 7.5L $9.50
5th of 10MEYD 28Mar15 1900m Good UAE DERBY Group 2 $2,443,556 ($73,307) Joao Moreira 55kg Barrier 6 
1st Mubtaahij (IRE) 55kg 1:58.35, 10.8L $26
14th of 14TOKD 21Jun15 1600m Good UNICORN STKS Group 3 $672,423 Yuichi Fukunaga 56kg Barrier 14 
1st Nonkono Yume (JPN) 56kg 1:35.90, 11.8L $28
14th of 14HSN. 13Sep15 1800m Firm OPN-ALW $358,026 Keita Tosaki 54kg Barrier 1 
1st Remain Silent (JPN) 55kg 1:46.20, 12.5L $37
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No idea about the answer to your Q Shawy, but this particular horse was in the early noms for The Championships, particulary Sydney Cup and the QE

Weir must have a big opinion of him because he doesn't nominate them for big races for no reason.
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All its form is on dirt.




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Looking through the form of a former Japanese horse racing in Australia, and i noticed there was a race where the track conditions is called 'Wet Fast', and the next run was on a 'soft' track so it's definitely different from that, and on Racing Australia the type doesn't fall into any category, including 'synthetic', even though the actual race which was labelled 'Wet Fast' was on the 'Tokyo Dirt' course.

What exactly is 'Wet Fast'?
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Originally posted by Beliskner Beliskner wrote:

Looking through the form of a former Japanese horse racing in Australia, and i noticed there was a race where the track conditions is called 'Wet Fast', and the next run was on a 'soft' track so it's definitely different from that, and on Racing Australia the type doesn't fall into any category, including 'synthetic', even though the actual race which was labelled 'Wet Fast' was on the 'Tokyo Dirt' course.

What exactly is 'Wet Fast'?


We have this in the US as a track condition.

The definition from Equibase is as follows:

Dirt Conditions:
FT - Fast - Completely dry and at optimal efficiency.
WF - Wet Fast - Occurs immediately after a heavy rain; track has surface water on it, but the base is still solid, accounting for times similar to (or even faster than) a fast track.
SY - Sloppy - As the track continues to accumulate moisture, the base is still solid but water is beginning to seep into the base;

https://www.equibase.com/newfan/page4-1.cfm
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How Japan has emerged as a giant of horse breeding

Betting profits

There's another secret to Japan's horse racing success, though, and that lies with the fans.
The public are only allowed to bet on a few sports and horse racing is one of them; 2016 was the first time punters could put money on foreign races.

The betting industry, meanwhile, has also boomed, and it was estimated that Japan wagered $22.5 billion in 2015.

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The first 2yo race of the season in Japan, it was run over 1600m

Unnamed  
Daiwa Major (JPN)
Chestnut 2001
Sunday Silence
Brown 1986
Halo
Bay or brown 1969
Hail to Reason
Brown 1958
Turn-To
Nothirdchance
1951
1948
1-w
4-n
Cosmah
Bay 1953
Cosmic Bomb
Almahmoud
1944
1947
14-f
2-d
Wishing Well
Bay 1975
Understanding
Chestnut 1963
Promised Land
Pretty Ways
1954
1953
14-b
1-g
Mountain Flower
Bay 1964
Montparnasse
Edelweiss
1956
1959
19>
3-e
Scarlet Bouquet
Chestnut 1988
Northern Taste
Chestnut 1971
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Lady Victoria
Bay 1962
Victoria Park
Lady Angela
1957
1944
10-c
14-c
Scarlet Ink
Chestnut 1971
Crimson Satan
Chestnut 1959
Spy Song
Papila
1943
1943
2-o
26>
Consentida
Bay 1962
Beau Max
La Menina
1947
1958
20>
4-d
Mystique (GER)
Bay 2009
Monsun
Bay or brown 1990
Konigsstuhl
Brown 1976
Dschingis Khan
Brown 1961
Tamerlane
Donna Diana
1952
1956
1-e
6-e
Konigskronung
Brown 1965
Tiepoletto
Kronung
1956
1957
2-c
5-h
Mosella
Bay 1985
Surumu
Chestnut 1974
Literat
Surama
1965
1970
7-b
19>
Monasia
Bay 1979
Authi
Monacensia
1970
1969
14-b
8-a
Montfleur
Bay 2002
Sadler's Wells
Bay 1981
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Fairy Bridge
Bay 1975
Bold Reason
Special
1968
1969
19-b
5-h
Mackie
Bay or brown 1993
Summer Squall
Bay 1987
Storm Bird
Weekend Surprise
1978
1980
4-j
3-l
Glowing Tribute
Bay 1973
Graustark
Admiring
1963
1962
4-d
1-s
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Dont know who the horse is, a friend sent it to me laughing about the ear muffs.
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Any forumites ever attended a Japanese racing meeting? Going on holiday there mid Sep and looking to head to Hanshin for their G2 St Leger. If anyone has I'll be interested in their feedback and and advices on attending/punt etc. Thanks in advance
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