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Offline Authorized

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« 2008-Dec-28, 10:22 AM Reply #1 »
How can a WFA race have more invested on it than handicap races ?

dose crazy Japanese dey are wierd.

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« 2008-Dec-29, 02:30 PM Reply #2 »
This race actually reminded me of your classic Sydney Gai Waterhouse boat race job.

Hot pot has an outside draw but is allowed to get to the lead virtually untouched - then is allowed to stroll along in front unchallenged before booting clear in the straight to win easily.

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« 2008-Dec-29, 02:40 PM Reply #3 »
They ran a pretty smart time Calgary.

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« 2008-Dec-29, 03:22 PM Reply #4 »
She has the fastest speed out of the gates so she was expected to go to the lead. She took them in 59 sec for the first 1000m and it was a smart ride as he then slowed the pace on the filly giving the other chasers a breather too. He knew he could go again from the 600 and leave the ones on the pace behind. The fact that back markers finished 2nd and 3rd was a another point to a clever ride by the jock. They ran 2.31 and change, so not too shabby.

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« 2009-Feb-21, 08:42 PM Reply #5 »
Hey Specialweek, any chance of a tote market....the  :censored: at the TAB havent even got the field up for tomorrows race nor has sky channel, i dont even know the distance of the race...or the names of the runners

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« 2009-Feb-21, 11:06 PM Reply #6 »
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« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-21, 11:13 PM by Authorized »

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« 2009-Feb-21, 11:15 PM Reply #7 »
http://japanracing.jp/card/index.html

Can we fit this into the Japanese racing thread  ?

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« 2009-Feb-21, 11:32 PM Reply #8 »
Get the author to modify the original post

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« 2009-Feb-22, 09:54 AM Reply #9 »
1. Cafe Olympus   139.9
2. Kane Helili         3.1
3. Sunrise Bacchus  24.6
4. Tosen Bright        184.8
5. Bamboo Ere         36.2
6. Nanyo Hilltop       121.2
7. Hishikatsu Leader 21.9
8. Kikuno Salire         24.1
9. Vermilion               5.0
10. Victory Tetsuni    44.6
11. Admire Subaru    73.0
12. Espoir City          9.0
13. Officer                 67.2
14. Casino Drive       4.5
15. Success Brocken 17.9
16. Ferrari Pisa         8.3

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« 2009-Feb-22, 09:57 AM Reply #10 »
oops!   2. Kane Hekili

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« 2009-Feb-22, 11:14 AM Reply #11 »
Update.

1.   131.1
2.   2.9
3.  25.6
4.   180.2
5.   36.4
6.   115.7
7.   21.5
8.   25.7
9.   4.9
10.  42.5
11.  62.2
12.  8.5
13.  82.8
14.  5.2
15.  17.7
16.  8.1

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« 2009-Feb-22, 11:23 AM Reply #12 »
What are your thoughts on Casino Drive, Special Week ?

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« 2009-Feb-22, 11:28 AM Reply #13 »
The interest from U.S. seems big but even though he won last start it was a slowly run race against weaker company and whilst he may not finish far from the winner I don't think he will be the winner. He is off to Dubai after so if he is to gain some respect he would have to go close in this.
I'm backing Vermilion, KaneHekili, Espoir City and Admire Subaru at big odds for the exotics.

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« 2009-Feb-22, 04:57 PM Reply #14 »
Well done Special Week on another good call.    emthup

Success Broken too good on the day.

Casino Drive a good placing, his jockey looked very week in the finish. Do you have an opinion on him ?

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« 2009-Feb-23, 05:10 PM Reply #15 »
Thanks, call was OK by my standards.
The jock is actually known for his vigour so maybe he got caught by the winner. Casino Drive might go well in Dubai and fairly sure his US based rider will be in the saddle.

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« 2009-Mar-04, 07:30 PM Reply #16 »
For those with an interest in Japanese racing I think the article by one of our forumites is a good read on the foreigners perspective of racing in the land of the rising sun.



http://japanracing.jp/journal/index.html

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« 2009-Mar-22, 02:26 PM Reply #17 »
Ginolad arrives in Japan for G1 Nakayama Grand Jump and Pegasus Jump Stakes


Ginolad
(c)JRAAussie star jumper Ginolad safely touched down in Japan on Tuesday morning, March 17, for the upcoming Nakayama Grand Jump and the Pegasus Jump Stakes.

The 9-year-old Ginolad, only the fourth horse and the first in 27 years in Australian racing history to cap the Grand National Steeplechase and the Grand Annual Steeplechase double, arrived at Narita international airport after a 16-hour flight from Melbourne via Hong Kong.

Trainer Aaron Purcell’s gelding was then transported to the Shiroi Quarantine Center in Chiba Prefecture, an hour away from Narita. Purcell said the horse was in no different shape than when he left home on Monday.

“There are no problems, health wise,” he was quoted as saying by the Japan Racing Association Web site. “We intend to take it easy with him this week, maybe step it up a bit at the weekend. But he won’t be doing obstacles at Shiroi.

“I can’t say anything about he might do at the race yet, but he’s got a lot of stamina and we’re definitely looking forward to it.”

Ginolad is the only foreign horse registered for the 3,350-meter Pegasus Jump Stakes at Nakayama Racecourse on March 28, and one of three from abroad for the April 18th Nakayama Grand Jump—the world’s richest steeplechase race with a purse of more than 170 million yen also held at Nakayama over 4,250 meters. The winner takes home 80 million yen.

The other two horses set to race in the Nakayama Grand Jump are 10-year-olds Stan and Starzaan of England.

Ginolad was purchased for just $900 at a dispersal sale in Sydney, and since then, he has gone on to win $370,000. Jockey Craig Durden, who won the Grand Annual with Ginolad, will partner the horse for his two races in Japan.

 



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« 2009-Mar-22, 02:53 PM Reply #18 »
SW, Casino Drive will be ridden by Ando in Dubai - reduces his chances by about 40%...

Does anyone have an opinion on Ginolad?

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« 2009-Mar-27, 07:45 PM Reply #19 »
PEGASUS JUMP STAKES
 

March 28, 2009, 3350m, Jump
INT, Special Weight, 4-Year-Olds & Up, Open Class, Value of race: 34,630,000 Yen


 1st 2nd 3rd 4rd 5rd total
Added Money (Yen) 18,000,000 7,200,000 4,500,000 2,700,000 1,800,000 34,200,000
Stakes Money (Yen) 301,000 86,000 43,000 0 0 430,000
Total (Yen) 18,301,000 7,286,000 4,543,000 2,700,000 1,800,000 34,630,000

Bk Hs Horse Sex
Age Weight
(Kg) Sire
Dam Dam's sire
Dam's dam Jockey
Trainer Owner
Breeder
1 1 Eishin Peking(USA) H8 60.0 Affirmed
Eishin Tennessee Vice Regent
Castle Royale Makoto Nishitani
Masanori Sakaguchi Toyomitsu Hirai
Belvedere Farm Inc.
2 2 Taiki Dynasty(USA) H10 60.0 Kingmambo
Villa Rose Key to the Mint
Hatton's Rose Toru Munakata
Minoru Tsuchida U.Taiki Farm
Taiki Farm
3 3 Gran Turismo(JPN) G5 60.0 Tayasu Tsuyoshi
Purple Avenue Allez Milord
Kai Murasaki Yusuke Igarashi
Tatsuo Fujiwara M.Iida
Chiyoda Farm Shizunai
3 4 Hishi Battle(JPN) G7 60.0 King Halo
Hishi Wonder Northern Taste
Real Street Koshi Yamamoto
Michihiro Ogasa Masaichiro Abe
Masaichiro Abe
4 5 Forest Dance(JPN) H7 60.0 Marvelous Sunday
Pia Fire Fit to Fight
Periauger Daichi Shibata
Katsumi Suzuki Keiichi Maruoka
Nobuyoshi Nishitakatsuji
4 6 Blue Beretta(JPN) H7 60.0 Twining
Star Shine Maruzensky
Michinoku Ruby Kazuya Oba
Michihiro Ogasa Blue Management Co. Ltd.
Kano Bokujo
5 7 Crotalaria(JPN) M6 58.0 Dehere
Blue Blossom Unbridled
Tabolian Shinichi Ishigami
Yoichiro Asano Kanji Iguchi
Kawagoe Farm
5 8 Mejiro Rastaban(JPN) H5 60.0 Tanino Gimlet
Mejiro Ramonu Mogami
Mejiro Hiryu Norihisa Hamanoya
Noboru Takagi Mejiro B.
Mejiro Stud
6 9 Apollo No Satori(USA) H6 60.0 Cozzene
Mississippi Queen Dixieland Band
Fapany Kenji Hirasawa
Masahiro Horii Taiyo Sugawara
Robert Low & Lawana Low
6 10 Penetrator(JPN) H8 60.0 Opera House
Arpeggi Persian Boy
Ekaterina 2 Mitsuki Kaneko
Shinichi Ito Toshiaki Date
Hidekazu Date
7 11 Ginolad(AUS) G9 63.0 Perugino
High Royale King's High
Sculptor's Daughter Craig Durden
Aaron Purcell James Purcell
Mayfields Proprietors SA
7 12 Open Garden(JPN) H5 60.0 Gokai
Dance Fontaine Dance in the Dark
Suda Reef Yusuke Eda
Hiroyuki Gohara K.Yoshihashi
Kei Yosihasi
8 13 Silk Salamander(JPN) H6 60.0 Stay Gold
Towa Nagon Amber Shadai
Julie Mond Yasunori Minoshima
Yoshikatsu Sato Silk Co.Ltd
Murakami Bokujo
8 14 Croisade(JPN) H7 60.0 Tamamo Cross
Takeno Pansy Ibn Bey
Takeno Dancer Shinya Kitazawa
Seiji Sakuta K.Hidaka Breeders Union
Takeoka Bokujo


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« 2009-Mar-29, 09:22 AM Reply #20 »
what do you like in todays race specialweek, who will be the 3 favourites ?

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« 2009-Mar-30, 01:24 AM Reply #21 »
Sorry Vo just too busy and no time to log info this time, btw Ginolad finished 10th or so in the Pegasus but not too far from the winner, which was a good prep for the nakayama jump in April.

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« 2009-Apr-19, 09:58 AM Reply #22 »
http://japanracing.jp/card/index.html

Race 11 today at Nakayama is the 1st leg of Triple Crown.

1.    1.8
2.    59.8
3.    150.2
4.    39.2
5.    50.0
6.    20.1
7.    21.9
8.    138.3
9.    126.9
10.  70.3
11.  48.4
12.  22.1
13.  106.5
14.  49.8
15.  20.9
16.  5.6
17.  121.5
18.  6.1

FWIW, I have 16 on top from 1, then 6,18,12 and 2 for exotics.

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« 2009-Apr-19, 12:19 PM Reply #23 »
RACE SATSUKI SHO [G1]
DATE Sunday, 19th April,2009
COURSE Nakayama JAPAN
DISTANCE 2000m (9f 207y) Turf
PRIZE  ex
AGE 3Years Old Colt & Filly
POST POSITION
NO   HORSE NAME
1   Logi Universe JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Neo Universe JAPAND Acoustics JAPANB Cape Cross
2   Request Song JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Symboli Kris S U.S.A.D Happy Request JAPANB Tony Bin IRELAND
3   Satono Romanee JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg)
S Kurofune U.S.A.D Masako Chan JAPANB Sunday Silence U.S.A.
4   Triumph March JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg)
S Special Week JAPAND Kyoei March JAPANB Dancing Brave U.S.A.
5   Mikki Petra JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg)
S Symboli Kris S U.S.A.D Petra JAPANB Hector Protector U.S.A.
6   Best Member JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Manhattan Cafe JAPAND Great Catty JAPANB Sakura Yutaka O JAPAN
7   Nakayama Festa JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Stay Gold JAPAND Dear Wink JAPANB Tight Spot U.S.A.
8   Meisho Dontaku JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg)
S Manhattan Cafe JAPAND Mystic Light JAPANB Machiavellian
9   Executive JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg)
S Chief Bearhart CANADAD Miho Grace JAPANB Aswan JAPAN
10   Golden Ticket JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg)
S King Kamehameha JAPAND Agnes Chocola JAPANB Sunday Silence U.S.A.
11   Early Robusto JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Bubble Gum Fellow JAPAND Quiet Earth U.S.A.B Mazel Trick
12   Fifth Petal JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S King Kamehameha JAPAND Lilac Lane U.S.A.B Bahri
13   Moere Expert JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Magic Miles U.S.A.D Azuma Tiger JAPANB Helissio FRANCE
14   Antonio Barows JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Manhattan Cafe JAPAND Little Arrow U.S.A.B Kingmambo
15   Seiun Wonder JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Grass Wonder U.S.A.D Seiun Kunoichi JAPANB Sunday Silence U.S.A.
16   Unrivaled JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Neo Universe JAPAND Ballet Queen IRELANDB Sadler's Wells
17   Schon Wald JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Jungle Pocket JAPAND Schoen Kleid JAPANB Helissio FRANCE
18   Reach the Crown JAPAN 2006 Colt 125.7(57kg) Pedigree Family table
S Special Week JAPAND Crownpiece JAPANB Seattle Slew
©Japan Bloodstock Ltd.

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« 2009-Apr-19, 09:42 PM Reply #24 »
FWIW, I have 16 on top from 1, then 6,18,12 and 2 for exotics.

16         UNRIVALED     8.20     2.40    

Nice work SW.   emthup


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