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« 2017-Jul-19, 11:34 AM Reply #1950 »
Neorealism's target would not be the CP although will still take part but the attractive races set before and after.
Don't know enough about AD's plans but Albert is probably 60% chance of going atm.

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« 2017-Jul-27, 12:12 PM Reply #1951 »
Massive Japanese history here -


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« 2017-Jul-27, 01:53 PM Reply #1952 »
I am guessing but is that Northern Taste?

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« 2017-Jul-27, 05:12 PM Reply #1953 »
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« 2017-Jul-27, 06:23 PM Reply #1954 »
Tesio.   :noteworthy:

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« 2017-Jul-27, 09:15 PM Reply #1955 »
Interested in SW's thoughts, if any, on Australian Bloodstock's recent acquisitions, Brave Smash and Hallelujah Boy.

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« 2017-Jul-28, 05:09 PM Reply #1956 »
http://www.watoday.com.au/sport/horseracing/japan-looking-at-spring-carnival-raid-20170716-gxcal6.html

Neorealism and Albert are trained by Noriyuki Horse an outstanding trainer.

Is that the trainer's name for real or has something been lost in the translation  :chin:

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« 2017-Jul-28, 05:30 PM Reply #1957 »
Interested in SW's thoughts, if any, on Australian Bloodstock's recent acquisitions, Brave Smash and Hallelujah Boy.

SW said on the Weekday thread he was out & about.


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« 2017-Jul-28, 05:33 PM Reply #1958 »
Neorealism and Albert are trained by Noriyuki Horse an outstanding trainer.

Is that the trainer's name for real or has something been lost in the translation  :chin:
Still out. It is Hori not horse

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« 2017-Jul-29, 10:59 AM Reply #1959 »
Interested in SW's thoughts, if any, on Australian Bloodstock's recent acquisitions, Brave Smash and Hallelujah Boy.

Mr. Shimakawa off loading some more stock it seems. He kept a share in Tosen Stardom but not aware of the details here.
BS is the better of the two and I have seen more of BS than HB. Neither lived up to their billing or aspirations but if I was to choose one over the other it would be BS.
1600m looks their ideal trip. This was the first(from memory) that Shimakawa started racing his own bred stock. All other horses he owns in partnership, usually with Yoshida 50/50 race under Tosen name(maybe not all but most).
They could reach G level in Oz but don't see them as G1.

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« 2017-Aug-26, 10:17 AM Reply #1960 »
World All Star Jockeys is on this weekend in Sapporo.
Australia represented by Kate Mallyon and Kerrin McEvoy.
Profiles at the following page of all involved.
http://japanracing.jp/_news2017/170807.html

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« 2017-Aug-28, 12:29 PM Reply #1961 »
Canadian based jock takes the title.

http://japanracing.jp/_news2017/170827.html

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« 2017-Sep-11, 01:49 AM Reply #1962 »
Has worked well for Satono horses as a result of the win.
Satono Crown will go to BC turf, Satono Diamond the Arc, Satono Aladdin stay for Tenno sho Autumn.

Satono Diamond's Arc bid certainly took a knock this afternoon, as he finished a tame 4th as fav in his trial, the 6 runner Prix Foy.

Obviously not his true running and perhaps not suited by the soft ground. However, the Arc is likely to be run on similar ground in 3 weeks' time.

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« 2017-Sep-11, 09:26 AM Reply #1963 »
Satono Diamond's Arc bid certainly took a knock this afternoon, as he finished a tame 4th as fav in his trial, the 6 runner Prix Foy.

Obviously not his true running and perhaps not suited by the soft ground. However, the Arc is likely to be run on similar ground in 3 weeks' time.
He is a dry tracker and goes OK on Japan rain affected.


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