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The Japan Racing Association (JRA) announced that a short-term riding jockey's license will be issued to Hong Kong-based Brazilian jockey, Joao Moreira.

This short-term riding license is effective from August 17 to 22, 2017.

Moreira, 33, will be primarily riding for owner, Kazuko Yoshida, and Moreira's host trainer, Noriyuki Hori of JRA Miho Training Center.

Moreira has a combined record of 26 wins from 89 rides in JRA races. He also rode under a short-term JRA license last August.

Teetan, Whyte receive short-term JRA Jockey's Lice 21 Jul 3:52 pm

The Japan Racing Association (JRA) announced that short-term jockey's licenses will been issued to two Hong Kong-based jockeys, Karis Teetan and Douglas Whyte.

Teetan's short-term riding license is effective from July 20 to August 8, 2017, while Whyte's license is from July 22 to August 27. This will be the second consecutive year for both jockeys to receive a JRA short-term license.

Whyte, 45, will be primarily riding for owner, Katsumi Yoshida, and his host trainer, Yasutoshi Ikee of JRA Ritto Training Center, while Teetan, 27, will mainly be riding for owner, Kazuko Yoshida, and his host trainer, Noriyuki Hori of JRA Miho Training Center.

Teetan, a native of Mauritius, finished fourth in this season's Hong Kong jockey rankings, with Whyte following in sixth place. In his first time riding in Japan, Teetan rode two winners from 30 races last year, while Whyte has an overall record of 57 wins from 379 rides in JRA races.

(The photo is Karis Teetan)

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TAKARAZUKA KINEN 2017 - Third-Pick Satono Crown Cl 26 Jun 1:13 pm

Five-year-old Satono Crown claimed this year's Takarazuka Kinen to capture his second G1 title, his first in Japan. Debuting as a two-year-old, the son of Marju won his first three starts but fell short of expectations thereafter, finishing sixth in the Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas), third in the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) and 17th in the Tenno Sho (Autumn). His sixth-place finish in last year's Takarazuka Kinen was his best performance in all his G1 starts as a four-year-old until claiming his first G1 title in the Hong Kong Vase last December. He then won his first start of this season, marking back-to-back wins in the G2 Kyoto Kinen, and was sixth in his previous start, the G1 Osaka Hai where he was posted third favorite. He is the 18th horse to capture both JRA and overseas G1 titles—third for trainer Noriyuki Hori following Real Impact and Maurice. This marked trainer Hori's 11th JRA-G1 win following last year's Tenno Sho (Autumn) with Maurice and jockey Mirco Demuro's 20th following this year's February Stakes with Gold Dream.

Breaking smoothly from the outermost draw of the track that was somewhat soft due to the rain that stopped before the race, third favorite Satono Crown traveled wide in midfield, around eighth from the front, while eyeing Kitasan Black racing before him. Rounding the last two corners right behind the race favorite, the son of Marju accelerated powerfully at the homestretch, easily overtaking the frontrunners, and dueled strongly with Gold Actor that surged out from the inside route but further accelerated before the wire to pull away for his second G1 win.

“We were able to race well while eyeing the strong Kitasan Black. He felt really good turning the fourth corner and exerted a remarkable kick in the straight. He's really a G1 horse. I think this type of ground suits him. I always had confidence in him,” commented Mirco Demuro.

Fifth favorite Gold Actor raced two wide around 6-7th from the front, found space between two horses racing near the rails after entering the homestretch and unleashed an impressive late drive in the last 200 meters but was 3/4 length short in second.

Fourth pick Mikki Queen, the only mare in the field, settled third from the rear and, though briefly caught between horses at the top of the stretch, produced a remarkable speed in the stretch in pursuit of the top two finishers to seize third place.

Overwhelming race favorite Kitasan Black raced in good striking position but failed to respond in the stretch to finish a disappointing ninth. “It didn't rain much so it didn't have much influence on the ground. He was in good form and there was no disadvantage either. He just didn't respond as he usually does. To be honest, I really don't know why,” commented Yutaka Take.

Other Horses:
4th: (6) Sciacchetra―chased leader in 2nd, led at early stretch, overtaken by winner at 200m marker, weakened
5th: (7) Rainbow Line―traveled in 9-10th, advanced after 3rd corner while turning wide, unable to reach contention
6th: (1) Mikki Rocket―raced in 4-5th, showed brief effort at stretch, never threatened top finishers
7th: (3) Spirits Minoru―hugged rails around 7th, made headway after 3rd corner, failed to respond at stretch
8th: (5) Cheval Grand―set moderate pace, outrun by rivals rounding final corner, nothing left at stretch
10th: (4) Clarity City―stalked leaders along rails in 3rd to 5th, sustained bid until 200m marker
11th: (9) Hit the Target―ran in rear throughout, no factor

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TAKARAZUKA KINEN 2017 - Preview 20 Jun 5:48 pm

The last Grade 1 action of the year's first half will be the 58th running of the Takarazuka Kinen at Hanshin Racecourse just west of Osaka. The winner's share for the 2,200-meter event over turf is a heady 150 million yen and competition is especially stiff this year, which may account for the uncharacteristic small field.

The Takarazuka Kinen, run with a full gate of 18 horses since 2007, sees only 11 nominees set to leave the gate on Sunday, June 25. Small, but powerful, the field boasts four Grade 1 champions and it's the Grade 1 champs that have won six of the past 10 runnings of the race.

Headlining this year's big names is 2016 JRA Horse of the Year Kitasan Black, who is looking for his sixth Grade 1 victory overall, his third Grade 1 victory for the first half of this year alone. The other big names are 2015 Arima Kinen (Grand Prix) winner Gold Actor, 2016 Hong Kong Vase champ Satono Crown and Shuka Sho and Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) winner Mikki Queen.

Like the Arima Kinen, the Takarazuka Kinen field is formed in part by the fans, who place their votes for the horses they would most likely see run. Kitasan Black has won the top number of ballots for the second year in a row. Last year he garnered top spot in the fan voting with over 82,000 votes. This year, he topped that number by nearly 20,000 votes with a total 101,621 votes, some 83 percent of all votes. The race record is held by Earnestly, who clocked 2 minutes, 10.1 seconds in winning the race in 2011. But even before he goes to the gate, Kitasan Black has already set a new record. His share of the total votes rewrites the record held since the Takarazuka became a graded race in 1984. The previous record was set 27 years ago by racing icon Oguri Cap, when he won 82 percent of the ballots.

The Takarazuka Kinen is the 11th race on the Hanshin card of 12 on June 25. Post time is 15:40 local time.

Here is a look at the likely top picks:

Kitasan Black: Considered by most to be the overwhelming favorite for the Takarazuka Kinen winner's circle is, of course, Kitasan Black. But it will be his second bid in the race and he didn't make it the first time. Last year, he ran third in the Takarazuka after a third, second and first in the Arima Kinen (Grand Prix), Osaka Hai and Tenno Sho (Spring), respectively. This year, his form has improved, with a second and two firsts in those same races following his win of the Japan Cup. And, his back-to-back win of the Tenno Sho (Spring) this year was run in record time. A literal heavyweight that aced the 3,200 meters of the Tenno Sho (Spring) running at 536 kg, this son of Black Tide showed he could handle a jump from 2,000 meters to 3,200 meters when he took both the Osaka Hai and the Tenno Sho (Spring). Whether he can do it the other way around will be seen on Sunday. Kitasan Black is to be partnered with Yutaka Take, whose four wins of the Takarazuka Kinen gives him the record. Take last won 11 years ago aboard Triple Crown champion Deep Impact.

Cheval Grand: The Heart's Cry-sired Cheval Grand has not made the winner's circle in his last four races, but he has come close, with seconds in the Grade 2 Hanshin Daishoten and the Grade 1 Tenno Sho (Spring). Cheval Grand is gunning for his first win of a top-level race and came very close last out in the Tenno Sho (Spring) when he finished in second, 1 1/4 lengths off Kitasan Black. For two consecutive years, Kitasan Black and Cheval Grand finished only 0.2 seconds apart in the Tenno Sho (Spring), but this year their overall times were nearly a full 3 seconds faster. The 2,200 meters of the Takarazuka though may prove a bit short for Cheval Grand, who has not notched a win at less than 2,400 meters since breaking his maiden in October of 2014. He did draw wide in both the Japan Cup and the Arima Kinen (Grand Prix), and the smaller field of this year's Takarazuka Kinen will be a plus even if he draws wide again. Cheval Grand is a consistent runner and will also have the prowess of Yuichi Fukunaga on his side. Fukunaga, currently No. 6 in the JRA jockey rankings, has taken the reins in Cheval Grand's last eight starts, from which he has gained two wins, two seconds and two thirds. This will be Fukunaga's 16th bid in the Takarazuka and he has yet to bag it. His father, Yoichi, captured the race in 1978 and if son Yuichi were to win, it would be only the third time both father and son can boast the Takarazuka feather in their caps.

Sciacchetra: Expected to be paired with French rider Christophe Lemaire is the 4-year-old black colt Sciacchetra, named after the sweet wine from northern Italy. The son of Manhattan Cafe has only had seven starts in his young career, but he brought home winning wagers in all but his last start, when he finished ninth in the Tenno Sho (Spring). Four wins, a second and a third decorated this colt's rise since his debut a year ago. Trainer Katsuhiko Sumii stepped him up in class with nearly each race and the colt took on his first Grade 1 after winning the Grade 2 Nikkei Sho in March at Nakayama. Raced successfully over 2,000-2,500 meters up until the Tenno Sho (Spring) over 3,200 meters, the extra distance was likely more a factor in finishing some 7 lengths off the winner than a lack of ability. And thus, the colt is gaining quite a bit of attention for Sunday's spring finale.

Satono Crown: A 5-year-old by Marju, Satono Crown looks to notch his first Grade 1 race at home, after six failed attempts. He found success at the top, however, on his first overseas jaunt last December, when he captured the Hong Kong Vase and beat out Breeders' Cup Turf champion Highland Reel. Sixth in last year's Takarazuka Kinen, Satono Crown followed the Hong Kong Vase victory with a win of the Grade 2 2,200-meter Kyoto Kinen, before running sixth in the 2,000-meter Osaka Hai last start. He finished 0.4 seconds behind Kitasan Black in that race and the extra furlong this time is seen as a plus. Satono Crown is bred by Northern Farm, which has bred six of this year's Takarazuka Kinen nominees and has already nabbed six Grade 1 events this year. Mirco Demuro is pegged for the ride.

Gold Actor: Looking to win his first Grade 1 event in a year and a half is Gold Actor, a 6-year-old son of Screen Hero. His seventh-place finish last out in the Tenno Sho (Spring) showed improvement over last year's12th-place finish and Gold Actor ran third in the Grade 2 Nikkei Sho prior to that coming off a layoff. In last year's Arima Kinen (Grand Prix), Gold Actor finished half a length behind Kitasan Black in third place. The year before that, Gold Actor topped the Arima Kinen (Grand Prix) field and Kitasan Black finished in third place, almost a length behind Gold Actor, setting the scene for a fine bit of revenge if Gold Actor can top Kitasan Black on Sunday. This will be Gold Actor's third race following a 3-month spell and it is over a distance he is more comfortable with. Three of Gold Actor's previous nine wins have come at distances in the 2,000-2,400 meter range. Partnered with Gold Actor for his second time in the horse's career will be Norihiro Yokoyama, who has ridden winners in the Takarazuka twice before.

Mikki Queen: Last out, the 5-year-old Deep Impact-sired Mikki Queen ran seventh in the Victoria Mile, a race she was runnerup in 2016. The mile was a bit busy, however, and Mikki Queen was unable to handle the blistering late speed that clinched the race this year. An extra 3 furlongs this time may stand her well. Mikki Queen took three of her five career wins at distances in the 2,000-2,400 meter range. Also, she has proven her mettle against the males, including in the Arima Kinen (Grand Prix) last year, when her fifth-place finish was only 0.4 seconds behind runnerup Kitasan Black. She has three wins and three seconds at Hanshin. If Mikki Queen were to pull off a victory on Sunday, she would become only the fourth female in the Takarazuka Kinen to do so. Last year the 5-year-old mare Marialite won the race.

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YASUDA KINEN 2017 - Satono Aladdin Pins Defending  05 Jun 12:25 pm

Satono Aladdin landed his first G1 title by capturing this year's Yasuda Kinen as seventh favorite in a full field of 18 runners. Following several acclaimed results at the graded level, the six-year-old bay notched his first grade-race win last year in the Keio Hai Spring Cup (G2, 1,400m) and after finishing fourth in his next Yasuda Kinen start, he successfully captured the Swan Stakes (G2, 1,400m) that autumn but was fifth in the G1 Mile Championship. He has been tested overseas twice, turning in an 11th and a seventh in the 2015 Hong Kong Cup and 2016 Hong Kong Mile, respectively. Lightly raced this season, he finished ninth in his only start, the Keio Hai Spring Cup over a yielding track. His latest triumph being the Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas) this season with Al Ain, trainer Yasutoshi Ikee has now 18 JRA-G1 titles under his belt, while jockey Yuga Kawada claimed his ninth, his latest the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) last year with Makahiki. This is also Kawada's second Yasuda Kinen title following his 2015 victory with Maurice.

After the field broke with Logotype spurting to the front, Kawada kept Satono Aladdin in a rearward position traveling outside Red Falx and swung wide into the straight fourth from last. While the defending champion found another gear to expand his lead to three to four lengths climbing the Tokyo stretch hill, Satono Aladdin surged out of the rallying group at the furlong pole and showcased a spectacular and fastest stretch drive to catch Logotype at the wire for a neck victory.

Sent off lightly regarded as eighth pick, Logotype was deprived of a back-to-back Yasuda Kinen title although he reenacted his powerful gate-to-wire run putting in a good runner-up effort.

Well reserved fourth from the rear on the rails, third favorite Red Falx found himself behind a wall of horses in early stretch, steered to the outside then found running room 300 meters out and furiously threatened the winner on his outside but was a neck short from Logotype for third.

After traveling in seventh and three-wide, race favorite Isla Bonita struggled to find room and was never given the chance to unleash his anticipated stretch charge finishing eighth.

Beauty Only broke well from stall 12 and raced mid-field two wide around 10th up to the last turn. Angling out slightly, he launched a mild rally between horses but was unable to sustain his bid once reaching the top of the uphill stretch while holding on well for a close sixth, about 1-3/4 length behind the winner.

“He didn't really kick home strong this time. He flattened out and leaning a bit to the left. It's his first time going left-handed and I think he needs a bit more experience to do this one, because I see at the straight he didn't change his gear - he usually changes to his near-fore kick where he's got more power but he didn't change because he was going opposite to what he's used to, so to me, he didn't kick home strong enough,” commented Beauty Only trainer Anthony Cruz.

“He traveled smoothly but didn't have any left at the end. He was a bit nervous prior to the race and it was his first time out on this course so maybe that was what affected him,” said jockey Zachary Purton of Beauty Only.

In his second challenge, Hong Kong raider Contentment was raced close to the pace, met traffic at the top of the stretch and driven from the 400-meter marker but weakened after sustaining his bid up to the furlong pole and finished 10th.

“He put himself in a good position, in fourth or fifth where we thought or hoped he would be. He traveled nicely in the first half of the race, but on straightening up, he got a little bit of pressure from the outside, then from the inside, and what I heard from the jockey, he continued to fight but he wasn't strong enough for these horses on this track but said he could have finished a length closer. So unlike last year, at least I was able to see how he fared in the race and I'm satisfied,” commented Contentment trainer John Size.
“He didn't disappoint me. He was trying his very best, but unfortunately he had these little issues that really could have changed the result of this race - I think he would have finished a little closer,” said jockey Joao Moreira of Contentment.

Other Horses:
4th: (7) Greater London―broke poorly, made headway to 11th, quickened between horses
5th: (8) Air Spinel―eased back to 3rd from last, failed to find clear path along rails, quickened after 200 marker
7th: (18) Staphanos―raced 3-wide around 10th, showed some effort but never a threat
9th: (10) Clarente―ran around 9th, found little room at early stretch, showed brief effort, weakened in last 100m
11th: (9) Longing Dancer―trailed in rear, angled out, passed tired rivals at stretch
12th: (3) Sunrise Major―pressed pace in 2nd, showed tenacity until 200m marker, fell back
13th: (2) Decipher―chased leaders in 4-5th, showed effort until 300m out, weakened thereafter
14th: (13) Logi Chalice―traveled 3-wide in 12th, unable to reach contention
15th: (4) Ambitious―raced 2nd from last, switched to outside after entering to stretch, never fired
16th: (17) Young Man Power―sat 3-wide in 5-6th from stall 17, weakened in last 200m
17th: (1) Talking Drum―hugged rails in 8th, ran willingly until 300m out, outrun thereaft

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Rank Tipster Race Payoff
1 km km
19 Aug Kokura1R
92,790 463,950
2 km km
20 Aug Sapporo8R
3,330 333,000
3 Sugouma Katsuko Sugouma Katsuko
20 Aug Sapporo11R
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