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Sun,22 Jan
Chukyo11R
1d until start
TOKAI STAKES
G2
D1800m
1 Asukano Roman 2.3
8 Glanzend 3.7
9 Pionero 4.0
110
Sun,22 Jan
Nakayama11R
1d until start
AMERICAN JOCKEY CC
G2
T2200m
10 Seewind 2.3
13 Lia Fail 3.1
4 Sing with Joy 7.9
120

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Chukyo1R
2h until start
3yoMaiden
D1800m 
10 Kafuji Glory 1.2
8 Destination 9.6
628
Kyoto1R
2h until start
3yoMaiden
D1200m 
13 Buchis 1.2
4 Meisho Cullinan 12.0
539
Nakayama1R
2h until start
3yoMaiden
D1200m 
5 Sun Durango 1.8
16 Rio Funk 5.1
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Racing News

The races at JRA Kyoto and Chukyo Racecourses have been cancelled on Jan. 15 due to snow.

Chukyo races will be rescheduled on Jan. 16 with the same racing conditions (runners, gate number, etc.). Races at Kyoto will be rescheduled on Jan. 17, after conducting the declarations again.

Winners of the 2016 JRA Awards announced 12 Jan 11:39 am

On Jan. 10, Kitasan Black was announced as a double winner for the JRA Awards for 2016. Kitasan Black won both the Japan Racing Association's Horse of the Year for 2016 and Best Older Colt or Horse award. In the voting for the Horse of the Year award, Kitasan Black received 134 votes out of 291, with Maurice and Satono Diamond receiving 90 and 66 votes, respectively.

The Horse of the Year title is the highest honor given to JRA-registered race horses and is selected by the Horse of the Year Selection Committee represented by journalists of various dailies and magazines.

The JRA Awards ceremony will be held on January 30.

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Vincent Cheminaud, Shane Foley receive short-term  05 Jan 1:24 pm

The Japan Racing Association (JRA) announced that short-term riding jockey's licenses will been issued to two foreign jockeys.

French jockey Vincent Cheminaud will receive his riding license, effective from January 5 to 29, 2017. He will be primarily riding for owner, Katsumi Yoshida and host trainer, Yasutoshi Ikee from JRA Ritto Training Center.

Meanwhile, Shane Foley of Ireland will receive a short-term riding license effective from January 5 to February 26, 2017. He will be primarily riding for host trainer, Yasuo Tomomichi, from the JRA Ritto Training Center, and owner, Kazumi Yoshida.

Cheminaud, 23, rode in JRA races for the first time last December under a short-term riding license, recording four wins from 72 rides. Foley, 28, received his JRA short-term license last year during the same period and marked 10 wins - including the Grade 3 Keisei Hai aboard Prophet - from 123 races.

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ARIMA KINEN 2016 - Three-Year-Old Satono Diamond C 26 Dec 11:11 am

Satono Diamond, race favorite and the only three-year-old of the all-star field, captured this year’s Arima Kinen, marking his second consecutive G1 victory following his Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) triumph in October. The Deep Impact colt is the first three-year-old since Gold Ship in 2012 and 18th overall to capture the title. Owner Hajime Satomi enjoys a three-week G1 winning streak after claiming the Hong Kong Vase with Satono Crown and the Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes with Satono Ares. This is the fourth Arima Kinen triumph and 16th JRA-G1 win for trainer Yasutoshi Ikee and he now reigns as the trainer with the most Arima Kinen titles after his successes with Dream Journey (2009) and Orfevre (2011 and 2013). Jockey Christophe Lemaire captured his second Arima Kinen title after 2005 on board Heart’s Cry and 10th JRA-G1 victory, his most recent one being the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies with Soul Stirring two weeks ago.

Satono Diamond broke sharply from stall 11 and traveled wide in mid-division, around eighth from the frontrunner Maltese Apogee, and advanced forward through the 1st-2nd corners to enter the backstretch right behind Kitasan Black in third. The son of Deep Impact was given a breather along the backstretch then advanced turning the last two corners and was third again when facing the last stretch. Chasing persistently behind Kitasan Black and Gold Actor before the cheering crowd, Satono Diamond found another gear and accelerated in the last 100 meters to pass Gold Actor 50 meters out then Kitasan Black right before the wire for a neck victory.

“This is so thrilling for me—I won my first G1 title in the same race with Heart’s Cry but I have partnered this colt, Satono Diamond, since he was still a newcomer and he’s become a super horse. He can be a little difficult at times and he got keen early but today, he was able to relax when I placed him behind Kitasan Balck and put in a strong finish to win this race as race favorite. He has won the Arima Kinen (against his seniors) as a three-year-old and he is a fine colt with a lot of talent, stamina and great potential to become a strong contender in big races next year,” commented winning jockey Christophe Lemaire after the race.

Sent off second favorite, Kitasan Black sat five lengths from pacesetter up to the second corner but gradually reduced the gap in the backstretch and took over the lead before the final turn. While Gold Actor threatened persistently on his outside down the straight, the Black Tide colt ran strongly in shaking the defending champion off, but succumbed to the extraordinary speed of the winner who loomed up from the outside just before the wire for a neck second.

Gold Actor broke smoothly and saved ground about three lengths behind Kitasan Black in third then settled in fourth or fifth when overtaken by Satono Diamond entering the backstretch then Satono Noblesse soon after. As the field began to close in on the fast tiring Maltese Apogee approaching the final turn, the son of Screen Hero quickly gained ground to join Kitasan Black 300 meters out and looking to duel with the Japan Cup winner but was short of matching the stride with the eventual runner-up while also overtaken in the last strides by the winner.

Other Horses:
4th: (4) Yamakatsu Ace—reserved in mid-field along the rails then further back along backstretch and entering straight, angled out then towards the rail at the homestretch, fastest finish
5th: (8) Mikki Queen—between rivals in around seventh position, followed Gold Actor into the straight but unable to reach leaders
6th: (14) Cheval Grand—rated well off the pace three wide, headway approaching third corner, followed eventual winner into the straight but unable to reach contention while rallying for fourth
7th: (15) Albert—hugged rails second from last, wide turn into the lane, quickened well while never a threat
8th: (6) Sounds of Earth—rated off the pace in mid-division between rivals, quickened while angling out turning for home but even paced
9th: (13) Denim and Ruby—raced near the rear, steady headway down the backstretch, forced to turn wide into homestretch, unable to make up ground
10th: (16) Marialite—broke well from farthest stall, in 6th to 7th up to last corner, took inner path into lane, mild late response
11th: (10) Admire Deus—raced behind Gold Actor until last corner, even paced in stretch
12th: (9) Hit the Target—trailed in rear, improved position turning widest around last 2 corners
13th: (12) Satono Noblesse—stalked race favorite, advanced to 3rd before last 2 corners, tired thereafter
14th: (3) Mousquetaire—broke poorly, sat 2nd to 3rd from rear, never a threat
15th: (7) Maltese Apogee—set pace, gave up lead before last turn, used up
16th: (5) Samson’s Pride—hugged rails in mid-division, last at top stretch, never fired

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ARIMA KINEN 2016 - Preview 21 Dec 2:14 pm

The countdown has begun, to not only the New Year, but also to one of the biggest days in the Japanese horseracing calendar: the 61st Arima Kinen (The Grand Prix) will be staged on Sunday, Dec. 25 at Nakayama Racecourse in Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo. The “dream race” looks sure to live up to its name again this year, with a number of factors combining to draw huge numbers of fans to the track again this Sunday. Even Santa Claus could be forgiven for taking the day off.

The race is run over 2,500 meters and is for 3-year-olds and above. There have been 18 nominations for a maximum field of 16 runners. It’s a race where fans vote for who they want to see run, and this time around, it’s the big, striding horse,Kitasan Black who tops the fans’ list, garnering over 130,000 votes. The race has been kind to market leaders in the past 10 years, with five first favorites and two second favorites winning. As for the age of the winners during the same period, four 4-year-olds have won, just beating out 3 and 5-year-olds, who have won three times apiece. So going by those statistics, the fans seem to know where they stand in putting Kitasan Black atop their list.

Big lead up races to the Arima Kinen include the Japan Cup, Queen Elizabeth II Cup, and Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger), all Grade 1 races, and all run in the past couple of months. Prize money for this year’s Arima Kinen is a hefty 648 million yen in total, with 300 million yen going to the winner. Some great names, both horses and jockeys, have claimed the race in the past, and there have been six horses to win the race twice, the latest one being Orfevre, who won in 2011 and 2013. This year Gold Actor has the chance to join this elite group.

The race record time is held by Zenno Rob Roy, who won the race in 2004 in a time of 2 minutes, 29.5 seconds. The Arima Kinen, one of the world’s biggest races when it comes to betting turnover, will be Race 10 on the card at Nakayama on Sunday, and the runners line up at 15:25 local time.

Here’s a look at some of the entries in this year’s showpiece:

Kitasan Black: This 4-year-old colt by Black Tide is fast approaching legendary status, along with his owner and jockey, who have already reached that point. Who can forget the way the colt won this year’s Japan Cup, when just finding more and more down the straight at Tokyo under rider Yutaka Take. “Since I’ve been riding him, that’s been his strongest performance so far,” Take said recently. Trained by Hisashi Shimizu, Kitasan Black has eight wins from a 13-race career up to now, and two wins have come at Nakayama. The track would seem perfect for him in his recent catch-me-if-you-can running style. On Dec. 14, he worked as usual with his work rider on the woodchip course, and it’s all systems go for him to add another big prize to his impressive race record.

Satono Diamond: The only 3-year-old in the lineup, this Deep Impact colt was an impressive winner of this year’s Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) and is trained by Yasutoshi Ikee, a master of getting horses just right for a big race. Satono Diamond was given a rest at the farm after his exertions in the Kikuka Sho, but is now back refreshed and raring to go again. He recently trained with stablemates, Air Camuzet and Satono Rasen, to the satisfaction of his trainer. The horse has never been unplaced in his seven career starts, and they include five wins. Christophe Lemaire has ridden the colt in all his races, and come Sunday he’ll be aboard again, gunning for his 10th Grade 1 in Japan.

Cheval Grand: This 4-year-old colt is a half brother to two-time Grade 1 winner, Verxina, and also this year’s Shuka Sho winner, Vivlos, and is rising to the top fast. In work at Ritto Training Center on Dec. 15, he clocked a six furlong time on the woodchip course in 79.2 seconds, with three furlongs at 37.8 seconds, and a final furlong time of 12.6 seconds, the best times he’s ever recorded. “He does his work well with good responses,” trainer Yasuo Tomomichi said. “It’s his first time at Nakayama, but the jockey’s confident. Yuichi Fukunaga will ride him in work this Wednesday.” Cheval Grand is owned by baseball great, Kazuhiro Sasaki, and is coming off a third place finish in the Japan Cup, prior to which he won the Grade 2 Copa Republica Argentina over 2,500 meters at Tokyo in November.

Gold Actor: Last year’s Arima Kinen winner, Gold Actor is a 5-year-old by Screen Hero who has won four times at Nakayama from six starts at the track. Overall he’s won nine times from 17 starts, and most recently finished a bold fourth in the Japan Cup. Trainer Tadashige Nakagawa reports “no big change in his condition since the Cup.” Jockey Hayato Yoshida has certainly made the ride his, having ridden Gold Actor a total of 11 times, and will take the ride again on Sunday.

Mikki Queen: Strengthening trainer Yasutoshi Ikee’s grip on the race is Mikki Queen. In work at Ritto Training Center on Dec 15, she posted a six furlong time of 81.6 seconds, with three furlongs at 37.7 seconds, and a final furlong in 11.6 seconds. “She’s moving well and her breathing’s getting better,” Ikee said. “She’ll be taking on top class older horses in the race, and the key point will be how well she can do that.” The Deep Impact filly has two Grade 1 wins to her name, the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) and the Shuka Sho, both in 2015. She most recently finished third in the Grade 1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup, and it will be her first run at Nakayama.

Sounds of Earth: This 5-year-old by Neo Universe got the closest to Kitasan Black in the Japan Cup, when finishing off well to take second. He seems destined to finish second in all too many of his races, having been runner-up eight times in 19 starts, and sure enough that’s where he finished in last year’s Arima Kinen. The stable reports there’s no tiredness after his latest run, and he’s been working with stablemate, Deep Mitaka, in recent training. In seven Grade 1s, his best placing has been second on three occasions. Connections are hoping they can end the jinx, and if anybody can it’s his jockey, Mirco Demuro. He has landed four Grade 1 wins already this year, and he’s stalking his 19th Grade 1 overall in Japan.

Marialite: This will be the final run for the 5-year-old mare by Deep Impact, who won this year’s Grade 1 Takarazuka Kinen over 2,200 meters early this summer. She has raced in four Grade 1 races throughout her career and has won two of them. Trainer Takashi Kubota is hoping for a good finish to her career. “Since returning to the stable after a break, she looks to be in good shape,” Kubota said. “I want to have her just right for her last run.” Marialite has raced at Nakayama seven times for two wins, and finished fourth in last year’s Arima Kinen. Jockey Masayoshi Ebina will don the U Carrot Farm colors for the 16th time aboard the mare this Sunday.

Yamakatsu Ace: The 4-year-old chestnut colt by King Kamehameha is coming off a Grade 2 win in the Kinko Sho at Chukyo over 2,000 meters on Dec. 3. He was bred at Okada Bokujo and is trained by Kaneo Ikezoe. Three of his 21 one starts have been Grade 1 races, in which he’s been unplaced, but he does have six career wins to his name.

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ASAHI HAI FUTURITY S 2016 - Sixth Pick Satono Ares 19 Dec 11:27 am

Deep Impact colt Satono Ares captured this year’s Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes to become the season’s two-year-old champion colt. Runner-up in his first two starts in August, the dark bay promptly broke his maiden in his third start in September, marked another win in the Begonia Sho (Tokyo Racecourse, 1,600m) in November and extended his winning streak to three in his first grade-race challenge. He is the third colt that came off a win in the Begonia Sho to win this race in the past five years, the first two being Logotype in 2012 and Danon Platina in 2014. Trainer Kazuo Fujisawa registered his 24th JRA-G1 title following the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies with Soul Stirring just last week and became the first trainer to capture both two-year-old G1 titles in the same year. Veteran jockey Hirofumi Shii marked his 15th JRA-G1 victory following the 2010 Takamatsunomiya Kinen with Kinshasa no Kiseki.

Satono Ares broke smoothly from stall 17 and settled toward the back of the field, around sixth from the rear. Gradually making headway circling wide around the corners, the dark bay colt produced a powerful turn of speed after entering the homestretch, passing tiring rivals from the outside with the second fastest final three-furlong time, nailed the front 100 meters out and further accelerated while holding off the strong challenge by Monde Can Know for his first G1 victory.

“I rode him for the first time but was told by the trainer that he has a strong late charge. So I decided to race him toward the rear and he responded really well in the stretch. I think his strong point is indeed his turn of foot. I think he will definitely be able to aim for the big titles going forward,” commented Hirofumi Shii.

Seventh choice Monde Can Know was rated fourth from the rear, surged out behind Satono Ares when facing the homestretch and threatened the winner with his explosive late drive that timed the fastest of the field to cross the wire half a length behind in second.

Twelfth pick Bom Servico, rushing out from stall four, immediately took command to set the pace and continued to run persistently in the stretch. Though overtaken by the first two finishers in the last 100 meters, the Daiwa Major colt managed to fend off Mi Suerte to come in third.

Mi Suerte traveled in mid-division, around seventh from the front, and demonstrated an impressive late charge in the lane but was a head short of nailing Bom Servico to finish fourth.

Other Horses:
5th: (18) Trust—chased leaders in 2nd from widest stall, held well until 100m out, outrun thereafter
6th: (11) Trillionaire—settled in mid-pack, turned behind favorite, quickened in last 200m
7th: (6) Clear the Track—stalked leaders in 3rd, sustained bid until 100m out then weakened
8th: (15) Red en Ciel—advanced to 5th from wide draw, found little room 300m out, even paced
9th: (16) America’s Cup—slow break, took wide trip in mid-group, ran gamely until furlong pole
10th: (7) Bee Kali—rated in mid-division, met traffic at top of stretch then accelerated
11th: (9) Daiichi Terminal—eased back to near rear, angled out, improved position at stretch
12th: (2) Ashaka Lien—trailed in rear, switched to outside for clear path after final corner, passed tired rivals
13th: (8) Danburite—raced in mid-pack, boxed in at early stretch, showed brief effort in last 200m
14th: (5) Tagano Asura—sat toward rear, found little room at top of stretch, never fired
15th: (12) Toho Domingo—broke poorly, ran near rear, turned wide, unable to reach contention
16th: (3) Links Zero—saved ground in mid-group, checked at early stretch, never a threat
17th: (1) Levante Lion—tracked leaders in 3rd or 4th, failed to respond and outrun after 300m out
18th: (14) Bullbear Baboon—traveled in mid-division, advanced before 3rd corner but no factor

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Rank Tipster No.of
Races
Return
Rate
Hit
Rate
Winnings
(JPY)
Payoff
Ave.
1 Y.Satoh Y.Satoh
36R 216% 16% 819,220 127,052
2 Master Exacta Master Exacta
33R 201% 31% 66,420 6,277
3 Z No.1 Z No.1
32R 196% 47% 599,120 40,717
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32R 189% 20% 526,120 85,778
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17R 168% 17% 116,380 95,460

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Tournament 124 Latest result

Rank Tipster Level
Class
Deviation Return
Rate
Winnings
(JPY)
1
c582b035d1 c582b035d1
Lv.73
83.7 1213%
44%
656,110
2
3e5f0c6584 3e5f0c6584
Lv.89
79.1 506%
10%
487,840
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Lv.7
79.1 508%
36%
489,600
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acec4cba61 acec4cba61
Lv.81
79.1 618%
19%
1,866,750
5
12b7b0921d 12b7b0921d
Lv.82
77.4 438%
15%
864,300

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