2020/09/22

Success Energy takes Oval Sprint

 Success Energy took a lead on the final turn to win the NAR g3 Tele Tama Hai Oval Sprint at Urawa on Tuesday. A 2-length behind, Best Macho(USA) was second with another nose back Nobu Wild third. Kohei Matsuyama rode the winner with final time of 1:26.7 for the 1,400-meter distance on fast track.

Success Energy, trained at JRA Ritto by Y. Kitade, who has now won 11 in 29 starts, is a 6-year-old dark bay horse by Kinshasa no Kiseki out of Success Ai Ni, by Jungle Pocket.

2020/09/21

Babbitt has great front run in St. Lite Kinen

 

Babbitt was never behind and went all the way to finish first in the Asahi Hai St. Lite Kinen at Nakayama on Sunday. He won it by a 1 1/2-length from Satono Flag with another 1/2-length back Galore Creek third. Hiroyuki Uchida was aboard the winner with final time of 2 minutes 15 seconds flat for the 2,200-meter trip.

Babbitt, who has now won last four straight with record of 6-4-2-0, is a 3-year-old chestnut colt by Nakayama Festa out of Art Ryoko, by Taiki Shuttle.

2020/09/20

Ria Amelia shows great run in Rose S

 

Ria Amelia, chasing the pace at second, took a lead turning for home to win the Rose Stakes at Chukyo on Sunday. A 2-length behind, Musica was second with another 1 1/4-length back Oh My Darling third. With Yuga Kawada up, Ria Amelia completed the 2,000-meter distance in 1:59.9 on firm ground.

Ria Amelia, who has now won three in six starts, is a 3-year-old dark bay filly by Deep Impact out of Ria Antonia, by Rockport Harbor.

Field of 2020 Oval Sprint

 

10 horses will contest in the Tele Tama Hai Oval Sprint at Urawa on Tuesday, September 22. 


The field for the NAR g3 1,400-meter race is:


1-Nala, Tadamasa Sakaue

2-Top Winner*, Ryuji Wada

3-Nobu Wild, Seiji Sakai

4-Savvy*, Yuga Kawada

5-King Luau, Yoshimi Nakashima

6-Best Macho(USA), Taito Mori

7-Meiner Nebel, Kazuhiro Kato

8-Black Joe, Takayuki Yano

9-Sting Like Bee, Toshio Uchida

10-Success Energy*, Kohei Matsuyama

* - JRA horses


2020/09/19

Field of 2020 St. Lite Kinen


Nakayama Racecourse hosts the Asahi Hai St. Lite Kinen, one of the major preps for the Kikuka Sho(Japanese St Leger), on Monday, September 21. 

12 three-year-old colts will run in the grade two 2,200-meter race.


The post position with jockeys for the St. Lite Kinen is:


1-Peace Dion, Hironobu Tanabe

2-Reinheit, Yuichi Kitamura

3-Meiner Solace, Yuji Tannai

4-Figlio Allegro, Mirco Demuro

5-Danon Fast, Norihiro Yokoyama

6-Babbitt, Hiroyuki Uchida

7-Galore Creek, Yuga Kawada

8-Respect, Christophe Lemaire

9-Satono Flag, Keita Tosaki

10-Valcos, Kosei Miura

11-Kokorono Todai, Genki Maruyama

12-Saperavi, Shu Ishibashi