Saturday, January 06, 2018

Seda Brillantes takes Nakayama Kimpai


Seda Brillantes held a good position to win the Nakayama Kimpai under Keita Tosaki at Nakayama. 
Tosaki forced Seda Brillantes to get up in time, winning the 2,000-meter race in 1 minute 59.80 seconds by a neck from Win Bright. Another neck back, Strange Quark finished third.
Seda Brillantes, whose career record has now improved to 5-4-0-1, is a 4-year-old bay colt by Deep Brillantes out of Silk Universal, by Brian's Time.

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