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YASUDA KINEN 2017 - Satono Aladdin Pins Defending Champion at Wire for Yasuda Kinen Win 

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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YASUDA KINEN 2017 - Preview 

The Grade 1 Yasuda Kinen, to be held on Sunday, June 4, wraps up six straight weeks of top-level racing, five of them at Tokyo Racecourse. A mile event open to 3-year-olds and up, the Yasuda Kinen was named after the JRA's first president, Izaemon Yasuda, and caps Grade 1 action at Tokyo, though racing at the venue continues until month end. This year marks the 67th running of the race, which has also become a favorite target for runners from Hong Kong. Sunday will see two of Hong Kong's top milers - the geldings Contentment and Beauty Only - leave the gate at 15:40 local time to seek their share in the 228 million yen-plus prize money, including a first-place bounty of 103 million yen. Contentment is back for a second shot after finishing 12th last year, and Beauty Only takes on the race for his first time.

Contentment and Beauty Only were the top two finishers, respectively, in the Grade 1 Champions Mile, run at Sha Tin Racecourse on May 7. Beauty Only aced the Hong Kong Mile last December. Hong Kong runners have captured the Yasuda Kinen twice before since the race opened to international competitors in 1993; Fairy King Prawn won it in 2000 and Bullish Luck in 2006. Foreign-based horses have made 53 appearances in the Yasuda Kinen gate since 1993, but only one other than the two Hong Kong horses have won. That was the UAE-based Heart Lake in 1995.

Important races leading into the Yasuda Kinen for the Japanese runners include the Grade 2 Keio Hai Spring Cup, Grade 3 Lord Derby Challenge Trophy, Grade 2 Yomiuri Milers Cup, and Grade 3 Tokyo Shimbun Hai. The winners of those races - Red Falx, Logi Chalice, Isla Bonita and Black Spinel, respectively - have all been nominated for the race and are expected to start, as well as Grade 2 Nakayama Kinen third-place finisher and the defending champion of this race Logotype, Keio Hai Spring Cup runnerup Clarente and Yomiuri Milers Cup runnerup Air Spinel.

Five and 6-year-olds have figured most predominately in the Yasuda Kinen winner's circle over the last decade. Four 6-year-olds won the race and three 5-year-olds, with one victory each going to a 3-year-old and 4-year-old. Only one female horse has won in the past 10 runnings. That was Vodka, in 2008 as a 4-year-old and again the following year. The favorite has done well too, having won four times in the past 10 races and finished in second once. The longshots are not to be ignored however. Though no horse that went to the gate a double-digit pick has won in the past decade, six of them have figured in the top three spots.

Strong Return holds the race record of 1 minute, 31.3 seconds set in 2012.

Here's a look at the expected top picks.

Isla Bonita: Despite winning the 2,000-meter Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas) in 2014, the Fuji Kiseki-sired Isla Bonita has gone on to establish himself clearly as a miler in recent months. Though he finished in the top three spots seven times in the 12 starts since his last win in the autumn of 2014, it wasn't until his most recent start that he finally made the winner's circle. Isla Bonita had posted second in three races straight before that - Grade 3 Fuji Stakes, Grade 1 Mile Championship and Grade 2 Hanshin Cup. His victory came last out in the Yomiuri Milers Cup, in which he topped Air Spinel by half a length. His last four races were also ridden by Christophe Lemaire, following a switch from his previous regular rider Masayoshi Ebina from last year's Yasuda Kinen, in which Isla Bonita finished fifth. Isla Bonita is expected to see improvement following his recent win, and, if he can pull off a win, would give Lemaire his fourth Grade 1 victory in four weeks and would be the horse's first Grade 1 win in three years and two months.

Staphanos: A 6-year-old by Deep Impact, Staphonos finished 3/4 lengths behind Kitasan Black for second last out in the 2,000-meter Osaka Hai, a race promoted to Grade 1 status this year. Staphanos finished third last year at Tokyo in the Tenno Sho (Autumn) over the same distance before going on to finish in third in the Hong Kong Cup. Raced predominately over 1,800-2,000 meters, this will be Staphanos' first start at the mile since the fall of 2014, when he won the Grade 3 Fuji Stakes under the same conditions as the Yasuda Kinen. Having performed well amid highly competitive fields, the highly consistent Staphanos (only off the board three times in his career 22 starts) is seen as having a good chance in the Yasuda Kinen this year. Slated for the ride is Keita Tosaki, who tops the record for most wins over the Tokyo 1,600 meters for the past five years with a total of 32 wins.

Ambitious: Also taking on the mile for the first time in quite the spell is another son of Deep Impact, the 5-year-old Ambitious. After debuting his first two career races at the mile, Ambitious was given more distance. He captured the Grade 2 Sankei Osaka Hai last spring, then failed to settle in the Grade 1 Takarazuka Kinen and finished just one off the rear. Since then he has made the board four times in as many starts and last finished in fifth place in the Osaka Hai, with a fourth before that in the Grade 1 Tenno Sho (Autumn). Though he has proven he can race well from any position, it is always his late speed that gets Ambitious close to the top in the final stages. If Ambitious, expected to be ridden by Norihiro Yokoyama, can settle, he has proven himself competitive at the highest level.

Air Spinel: Still trying to clinch his first big race, the 4-year-old Air Spinel, by King Kamehameha, has finished in the top three spots in all of his six starts over the mile. After three finishes out of the top three last year, Air Spinel has figured back in wagers yielding a return for his past four starts, three of them run over the mile. They included a third in the Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger), a third and first in two Grade 3 races and a second last out in the Grade 2 Yomiuri Milers Cup. That race was his first in nearly three months and it is expected to have him sharp for the Yasuda. In the saddle will be Yutaka Take, who has been paired with Air Spinel for all his races thus far. “He is calmer now and more mature,” trainer Kazuhide Sasada said. “This has been our goal for the spring and I'm expecting to see good things from him.”

Logotype: A 7-year-old by Lohengrin, Logotype went wire to wire to capture the 2016 Yasuda Kinen and returned to the top for the first time since his 2013 win of the Satsuki Sho. The Satsuki Sho was won under Mirco Demuro, but it was Hironobu Tanabe who brought Logotype home a winner in last year's Yasuda Kinen. Tanabe has ridden all but one of his last seven starts - all but the Hong Kong Mile run last year, which went to Demuro. Last year's Yasuda Kinen was Logotype's first bid and before that he had been given the Grade 3 Lord Derby Trophy Challenge after the Nakayama Kinen. This year, though he had been slated to run in the Lord Derby Trophy Challenge, it was decided to withdraw him and go straight to this race. If he and Tanabe, who suffered injuries but no fractures in a fall on May 21, can prove themselves in winning form on Sunday, it will be the first time since Yukio Okabe's successive wins in 1997 and 1998 aboard Taiki Shuttle for a horse to win the Yasuda Kinen in back-to-back years.

Other contenders worth a mention are Greater London, a 5-year-old by Deep Impact who is rising to the graded-stakes level for the first time in his career. Greater London has won all but one of his seven starts thus far and is making a leap from a win of the open-class Kochi Stakes over the mile at Nakayama to the Grade 1 level. He has four wins over the Tokyo mile, albeit at lower levels. Veteran Yuichi Fukunaga will be in the saddle.

Also of interest are Satono Aladdin, fourth in last year's Yasuda Kinen, and Red Falx. The latter is being given an extra furlong after a win of the Grade 2 Keio Hai Spring Cup over 1,400 meters on May 13, and will be taking on his first mile in over three years. Demuro, who has ridden Red Falx for his last five starts and bagged three wins from them, is set for the ride.

Comment source: Keiba Book

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YASUDA KINEN 2017 - Hong Kong duo, Contentment and Beauty Only, arrive safely for Grade 1 Yasuda Kinen 

Contentment and Beauty Only, the one-two finishers of the Grade 1 Champions Mile held earlier this month at Sha Tin and the two foreign contenders in this year's Grade 1 Yasuda Kinen, arrived safely at Narita International Airport in Chiba Prefecture early Tuesday morning. The pair were then transported to the quarantine facilities at the JRA Horseracing School Quarantine Center, where they arrived at 09:40 a.m., completing about a ten-hour journey from their home base at Sha Tin.

“Drawing on last year's experience, he looks this time to be in better condition upon arrival than he had been last year,” said Sing Hon Pang, assistant trainer to John Size, of Contentment. “The trainer has instructed me to carry on training the same as we would do back home. We plan to give him a fast gallop on Friday (May 26).”

“It's his first overseas trip and he does seem a bit nervous, but after a few days I think he'll get used to things,” said Wai Kit Mo, assistant trainer to Anthony Cruz, of Beauty Only. “While we're in quarantine, the trainer gave us instructions to keep the horse nice and relaxed. While we're at the horseracing school, the plan is for him to have a fast gallop on Thursday. (May 25).”

In the Champions Mile, Contentment held off Beauty Only by a neck to clinch his first win since winning the Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup (1,400m) in February 2016. A 7-year-old gelding by Hussonet out of the Commands mare Jemison, Contentment has an overall record of 10 wins from 29 starts (with four seconds and two thirds) and will look to avenge his 12th place finish in the Yasuda Kinen last year. Trainer John Size is no stranger to JRA racing, having raced Contentment in last year's Yasuda Kinen as well as Glorious Days in the Yasuda Kinen for three consecutive years from 2012, but has yet to find the winner's circle on Japanese soil.

This will be the first trip to Japan for the 6-year-old Beauty Only, which defeated the Japanese trio of Neorealism, Logotype and Satono Aladdin to win the Grade 1 Hong Kong Mile last December. Consistency has been the key for the Holy Roman Emperor-sired gelding, with an overall record of 10 wins from 32 starts and not missing the board since finishing eighth in the Hong Kong Cup in December 2015. His trainer, Anthony Cruz, is the last Hong Kong trainer to take the Yasuda Kinen title, winning with Bullish Luck in 2006.

The Hong Kong duo will not have to challenge the overwhelming champion in Maurice this time, however, will have a testing field of Japanese local runners. Among the nominated horses for the Yasuda Kinen field are last year's winner of the race Logotype, as well as the fourth-place finisher Satono Aladdin and fifth-place Isla Bonita. Last year's Sprinters Stakes winner Red Falx, fresh off a win in the Grade 2 Keio Hai Spring Cup, is also among the nominated horses for the Yasuda Kinen.

The Yasuda Kinen will be run on Sunday, June 4 at Tokyo Racecourse, with a scheduled post time of 15:40 local time.

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人気 着度数
1番人気 4-1-0-5/10
2番人気 3-1-0-6/10
3番人気 0-3-1-6/10
4番人気 0-0-0-10/10
5番人気 0-2-1-7/10
6番人気 0-1-1-8/10
7〜9番人気 3-0-2-25/30
10番人気〜 0-2-5-75/82
脚質 着度数
逃げ 1-1-0-8/10
先行 4-2-2-25/33
差し 5-5-3-71/84
追込 0-2-5-38/45
枠番 着度数
1枠 1-2-1-15/19
2枠 2-1-3-13/19
3枠 2-2-0-15/19
4枠 0-0-1-18/19
5枠 3-1-0-16/20
6枠 0-2-2-16/20
7枠 1-1-1-24/27
8枠 1-1-2-25/30
レース名 着度数
ヴィクトリアマイル 2-0-1-15/18
ダービー卿CT 2-0-0-3/5
京王杯スプリングC 1-3-1-34/39
高松宮記念 1-0-0-6/7
マイラーズカップ 0-2-7-31/40
産経大阪杯 0-2-1-3/6



本日は東京11R「安田記念 G1」の『凄馬出馬表』を分析したいと思います。













「プロ予想MAX四天王の決断!」/安田記念 G1(霧プロ)06月04日() 13:00競馬プロ予想MAX








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【山崎エリカのG1ナビゲーション】〜2017安田記念〜06月02日(金) 15:00山崎エリカ




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安田記念・201706月02日(金) 12:00覆面ドクター・英




1番人気想定 イスラボニータ フジキセキの最後の大物で夜間放牧世代だけあって、タフに衰えずに活躍し続けている。蛯名騎手のまくりと合わずに(水曜さきたま杯ではエビまくり炸裂でホワイトフーガが勝ちましたが)不振続いていた時期もあったがルメール騎手となってからはパーフェクト連対な上に前走久々の勝利がG2マイラーズCと、騎手の勢い(というか腕)も加わって人気になるだろう。今更イスラボニータ??と1番人気はちょっと過剰に思う人も多いだろうが、今年はかなり層の薄い安田記念で、頑張って長く続けていれば(モーリスも抜けたし)、いい時期が来ることもあるという例か。ルメール騎手の4週連続G1制覇も十分ある。

2番人気想定 エアスピネル 菊花賞は地力で3着して、得意であろうマイル路線となる京都金杯はきっちり勝つも東京新聞杯はブラックスピネルに逃げ切られたり、なんせいい脚が一瞬なので本質的には東京は向かず、京都のほうがずっといいのだろうが相手がこれだけ層が薄いと好勝負してしまうのだろう。

3番人気想定 グレーターロンドン 7戦6勝でマイルでは無敵な感じできたが、順調さを欠いたのがちょっと痛いし、田辺騎手から福永騎手への乗り替わりもマイナス要因だし、調教の動きもイマイチ。ディープインパクト×ロンドンブリッジという夢配合での一流馬だし、オールドファンにとっては懐かしい大崎騎手の息子の大竹調教師も応援したくなるが、能力高いものの妙味はほとんどなく......。人気サイドで消すとしたらまずこの馬か。

4番人気想定 ステファノス 大阪杯ではキタサンブラックに食らいついていったように、一流馬相手にも善戦する一方、最後に勝ったのが2年半前と勝ち切る力が弱く、やはりヒモまでか。

5番人気想定 アンビシャス 大器と期待されながら掛かり癖を含めて大成できないでいる。初戦と2戦目以来のマイルとなるが東京マイルがあまり向いているとは思えず、どんな条件を使っても不安定であり、結果は出なかったが前走がピークだった感が調教からも見られて、あまり買える要素が無い。


レッドファルクス 道悪となった京王杯SCは58kgを背負って1400mでも強さを見せた。以前はダートなら1400までこなせたが芝だと1200でないと指数ガタ落ちだったのだが、前走で、もう一段階レベルアップを見せている。マイルでも案外やれそうで楽しみな一頭。

ロゴタイプ 昨年はモーリスを封じる大駆けを見せた(モーリス本命だっただけに2着でよかったのですが(笑))。もうあんなにはうまくいかないだろうが58kgも背負い慣れているし、案外衰えてないので今年のメンバーならまだ馬券圏内も十分だろう。田辺騎手の大一番での度胸も楽しみ。

コンテントメント 香港の強豪だが昨年の安田記念でビリだったように適性低い。

サトノアラジン 能力秘めた良血馬だが、川田騎手と合っていない感がありありな3連続1番人気裏切り状態で、1ハロン長い印象のマイルだと買いにくい。ルメール騎手だった時期にグンと良くなったが、ルメール騎手には乗ってもらえない現況だけに妙味なし。

ビューティーオンリー 香港では活躍しているが高速馬場の日本向きではなさそう。

ヤングマンパワー 乗り難しいタイプで、戸崎騎手が乗っていた昨秋の快進撃が途切れるとイマイチな状態となってしまった。ただいつ走るかわからないタイプで、今回走るかもしれない。

ブラックスピネル 東京新聞杯はスローから逃げ切ったが、今回は奇襲は難しそうで良くて3着までか。

ロジチャリス ダービー卿CTを勝ってきた巨漢馬だが、東京だと瞬発力が足りない感じで要らない。

クラレント 一昨年の安田記念での大勝に貢献してくれたし、前走の11番人気激走も期待通りだったが(本命サトノアラジン全然だめで馬券は不発)、ここで通用する力は残っていないし、そこそこ注目されてしまうので妙味なし。

ディサイファ 昨秋のマイルCSは不利がなければ、という一瞬やるかという感じがあったが、さすがに8歳で近走は衰えてきた感じあり。

サンライズメジャー 重賞となるとさっぱりで、力が足りず要らない。

トーキングドラム 阪急杯は幸騎手が最高にうまく乗っての勝利で、それ以降ちょっと足りないように期待薄。

ロンギングダンサー 母ダンスパートナーの良血馬だが、オープン特別で二桁着順なように期待できない。

有力馬 イスラボニータエアスピネルレッドファルクス

人気だが評価下げたい馬 グレーターロンドンアンビシャスサトノアラジン

ヒモで買いたい馬 ステファノスロゴタイプ

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【安田記念】香港馬分析06月02日(金) 11:42甘粕代三












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【濃霧注意報DX】〜安田記念(2017年)展望〜06月01日(木) 12:00


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最速プロ予想『シューナカ☆』〜プロ予想家陣がアノ注目馬の見...05月31日(水) 12:00競馬プロ予想MAX

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 河内一秀 クラシック路線では、健闘を続けてはいたものの勝ち負けに加わるには一歩足りなかったね。指数的にも2歳時の自己最高を更新できない状況が続いていたわけだけど、古馬マイル路線に固定して以降は再び上昇を見せているよ。勝利こそ京都金杯のみだけど、3戦共に勝ち負けに加わり自己最高指数も更新しているね。今回、真価が問われる一戦となりそうだね。
 km この馬は東京だと直線で伸びを欠きますね。微妙に坂が影響しているのでしょう。そのウィークポイントも含めて、安田記念のレース質(底力が問われる)からしても、私は軽視可能だとみていますが......。
 サラマッポ 昨年は中長距離を走っていましたが、馬体観点からは胴詰まりの体型で明らかにマイラーです。ここ2戦はマイル戦らしからぬスローペースが敗因でしょう。タフさを要求されるペースになれば、最有力といっていい存在です。前さばきの硬さや筋肉質の馬体から、相当なパワータイプだと私個人としては思っています。道悪になれば、さらに期待できますね。
 加藤拓 血統面から言うと、このレースでは人気以上に好走する馬も多いキングカメハメハ産駒ですが、それらの馬は母父がダートや短距離系のスピードタイプの馬でした。しかし、この馬は母父もサンデーサイレンスでいかにも王道なクラシック血統で、その辺りがどうでしょうか。基本的にこのレースはハイペースの持久力勝負になる傾向があり、父ディープインパクトキングカメハメハのような切れ味のあるクラシック血統より、もっと地味な種牡馬のほうが好勝負していますしね(去年の勝ち馬ロゴタイプローエングリン産駒)。そういう意味では、この条件で血統的な上積みはない、という印象ですね。
 スガダイ 今年はマイルばかりを3回走って1、3、2着。毎回1番人気に推されているから物足りなく感じるかもしれないけど、毎回きちっと仕上げられているわけじゃないから。少々手緩い仕上げでも崩れずに走れているのは、能力とマイル適性の高さを証明していると俺は思うな。当然、今回は目標としてきたレースだろうから、メイチの仕上げでくるだろうし、少なくとも1週前の追い切りは抜群だった。あとは最終追い切りに注目したいと思っているよ。

 サラマッポ 伸びやかな走法で広々とした東京コース向きです。ただ、前走は勝ったものの詰めの甘さがある馬という印象は完全に払しょくできておらず、G1では勝ち切るイメージが持てないですね。上位人気必至で、積極的には買いたくないところなのですが......。
 加藤拓 去年はマイル戦のラップに戸惑ったのか、馬券にはなりませんでしたが、元々、この馬の母父にあるように、スピード血統のナスルーラ系の馬は好相性で、血統的には◎です。歳を取ると適性距離がだんだん短くなっていく傾向のフジキセキ産駒ですし、特に産駒が得意な内枠を引くと面白いのではないでしょうか。
 km この馬はルメール騎手に替わってから、長所である・・・

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【U指数的分析】安田記念05月30日(火) 17:30【ウマニティ】







・取捨のひとつの目安は指数99。これ未満の成績は【0 1 1 16】。2着と3着はともに2015年(2着がヴァンセンヌ、3着がクラレント)となっており、この年は17頭立てながら指数100超えが2頭のみという超低レベルの一戦だった。例年のレベルなら、99.0〜99.3あたりまで消去対象に含めることができる。2015年を除くと、指数99.4未満の成績は【0 0 0 16】。



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【U指数競馬新聞(特別登録版)】安田記念2017・GIのネット...05月29日(月) 10:33ウマニティ


■今週の注目重賞レース/第67回 安田記念 GIの新聞はこちら(PDFファイル)

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【伊吹雅也のピックアップ競馬データ2017年05月28日号】特選...05月28日() 15:00伊吹雅也

次週の注目重賞を、伊吹雅也プロが様々なデータを駆使していち早く分析! もっとも重要と思われる<ピックアップデータ>に加え、<追い風データ/向かい風データ>や<注目馬チェック>など、貴重な情報が満載なウマニティ会員専用コラムとなっております。ぜひ皆様の予想にお役立て下さい。



G1 安田記念 2017年06月04日(日) 東京芝1600m


×490毀に [0-0-1-35](複勝率2.8%)
○490坩幣 [5-6-5-45](複勝率26.2%)



<他にも気になる! 追い風データ/向かい風データ>


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Result:「U Index」for Umanity Members(Free) -YASUDA KINEN 2017-

  • Entry List
  • Race Card
  • Result
Place BN HN U Index
Horse Name Sex
Jockey Trainer Be
Odds Fav
Time Margin
1 7 14 101.3 Satono Aladdin M6 58.0 Y.Kawada Y.Ikee WEST 528(+4) 12.4 7 1.31.5
2 8 16 100.8 Logotype M7 58.0 H.Tanabe T.Tanaka EAST 494(-4) 14.6 8 1.31.5 Neck
3 3 6 100.2 Red Falx M6 58.0 M.Demuro T.Ozeki EAST 474(0) 7.9 3 1.31.6 Neck
4 4 7 94.9 Greater London M5 58.0 Y.Fukunaga M.Otake EAST 474(+2) 11.8 6 1.31.6 Neck
5 4 8 103.0 Air Spinel M4 58.0 Y.Take K.Sasada WEST 476(-8) 5.9 2 1.31.7 Neck
6 6 12 ---- Beauty Only G6 58.0 Z.Purton A.Cruz Hong Kong 496(-18) 18.1 9 1.31.8 1/2
7 8 18 100.3 Staphanos M6 58.0 K.Tosaki H.Fujiwara WEST 484(+2) 8.1 4 1.31.8 Neck
8 7 15 101.9 Isla Bonita M6 58.0 C.Lemaire H.Kurita EAST 480(-8) 3.5 1 1.31.9 1/2
9 5 10 99.1 Clarente M8 58.0 Y.Iwata S.Hashiguchi WEST 488(0) 120.9 14 1.31.9 Neck
10 3 5 96.4 Contentment G7 58.0 J.Moreira J.Size Hong Kong 500(-16) 44.5 12 1.32.3 2_1/2
11 5 9 95.3 Longing Dancer M8 58.0 K.Yokoyama Y.Tamura EAST 488(+4) 347.0 18 1.32.3 Head
12 2 3 98.4 Sunrise Major M8 58.0 K.Ikezoe T.Hamada WEST 484(-8) 207.5 17 1.32.7 2_1/2
13 1 2 99.6 Decipher M8 58.0 H.Shii F.Kojima EAST 502(+2) 138.9 15 1.32.7 Neck
14 7 13 95.1 Logi Chalice M5 58.0 H.Uchida S.Kunieda EAST 554(-6) 55.1 13 1.32.8 Neck
15 2 4 101.1 Ambitious M5 58.0 N.Yokoyama H.Otonashi WEST 466(-4) 9.1 5 1.32.9 3/4
16 8 17 99.1 Young Man Power M5 58.0 M.Matsuoka T.Tezuka EAST 516(+2) 32.4 11 1.33.1 1_1/4
17 1 1 96.4 Talking Drum M7 58.0 S.Ishibashi M.Saito EAST 484(+6) 178.7 16 1.33.1 Head
18 6 11 100.2 Black Spinel M4 58.0 K.Matsuyama H.Otonashi WEST 500(-2) 19.5 10 1.33.7 3_ 1/2
Lap Time 12.2-10.6-11.1-11.6-11.6-11.0-11.3-12.1
The first half 12.2-22.8-33.9-45.5-57.1
The latter half 57.6-46.0-34.4-23.4-12.1


Win14 1,240 JPY 7(Fav)
14 380 JPY 6(Fav)
16 440 JPY 7(Fav)
6 340 JPY 4(Fav)
Bracket quinella7-8 590 JPY 2(Fav)
Quinella14-16 10,480 JPY 40(Fav)
Quinella Place14-16 2,870 JPY 33(Fav)
6-14 2,730 JPY 30(Fav)
6-16 2,720 JPY 29(Fav)
Exacta14-16 20,410 JPY 75(Fav)
Trio6-14-16 43,500 JPY 128(Fav)
Trifecta14-16-6 283,000 JPY 797(Fav)

What is the U-index?
It is an index developed exclusively by Umanity to indicate the performance of a horse race.
The value is based on the time over the distance of each horse up to now, and estimates whether and how well they will perform in this race; as such, the higher the index, the better the race performance is expected to be.
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Step Races -YASUDA KINEN 2017-

Sat,1Apr2017LORD DERBY CHALLENGE  Nakayama Turf1600m Good

1st 3 Logi Chalice 11.1(5Fav) H.Uchida 1:34.7 101.5
2nd 5 Campbell Junior 3.4(1Fav) A.Starke 1/2 100.8
3rd 8 Grand Silk 3.6(2Fav) K.Tosaki Nose 100.8
4th 11 Meiner Aurato 5.6(3Fav) D.Shibata Nose 100.8
5th 10 Daiwa Liberal 24.2(8Fav) H.Kitamura 1/2 100.0
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Sun,23Apr2017MILERS CUP  Kyoto Turf1600m Firm

1st 11 Isla Bonita 3.8(2Fav) C.Lemaire 1:32.2 106.0
2nd 4 Air Spinel 3.1(1Fav) Y.Take 1/2 105.2
3rd 6 Young Man Power 18.8(7Fav) M.Matsuoka 3/4 104.5
4th 8 Black Spinel 4.8(3Fav) M.Demuro Neck 104.5
5th 1 Sunrise Major 95.8(9Fav) F.Matsuwaka 1/2 103.7
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Sat,13May2017KEIO HAI SPRING CUP  Tokyo Turf1400m Yielding

1st 10 Red Falx 5.0(2Fav) M.Demuro 1:23.2 102.7
2nd 12 Clarente 50.4(11Fav) Y.Iwata 3/4 101.8
3rd 9 Grand Silk 6.2(4Fav) K.Tosaki 1/2 101.0
4th 1 Hiruno Devaro 81.0(13Fav) N.Yokoyama 1_1/4 99.2
5th 8 Tosho Drafter 11.7(6Fav) H.Tanabe Nose 99.2
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Sun,14May2017VICTORIA MILE  Tokyo Turf1600m Good

1st 5 Admire Lead 13.5(6Fav) C.Lemaire 1:33.9 103.3
2nd 10 Denko Ange 67.9(11Fav) M.Ebina 1_1/4 101.8
3rd 3 Jour Polaire 17.5(7Fav) H.Miyuki Neck 101.8
4th 2 Smart Layer 8.9(4Fav) Y.Take Head 101.8
5th 4 Solveig 43.6(9Fav) Y.Kawada Neck 101.1
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ENTRYstands for the horses in the entry lists. The numbers next to "RunningTime" indicate an U Index(Results).

Results(Past 10 Years) -YASUDA KINEN 2017-

2016 YASUDA KINEN 5Jun2016 Tokyo11R Turf1600m Firm


1st 6 Logotype 36.9(8Fav) H.Tanabe 1:33.0 106.3
2nd 8 Maurice 1.7(1Fav) T.Berry 1_1/4 104.8
3rd 10 Fiero 29.5(6Fav) H.Uchida Nose 104.8
Win 6 3,690 JPY(8Fav) Trio 6 - 8 - 10 14,990 JPY(42Fav)
Quinella 6 - 8 3,230 JPY(10Fav) Trifecta 6 - 8 - 10 153,560 JPY(312Fav)

2015 YASUDA KINEN 7Jun2015 Tokyo11R Turf1600m Firm


1st 6 Maurice 3.7(1Fav) Y.Kawada 1:32.0 106.3
2nd 13 Vincennes 6.6(3Fav) Y.Fukunaga Neck 106.3
3rd 12 Clarente 42.7(12Fav) H.Tanabe 1_1/4 104.8
Win 6 370 JPY(1Fav) Trio 6 - 12 - 13 40,690 JPY(129Fav)
Quinella 6 - 13 1,740 JPY(5Fav) Trifecta 6 - 13 - 12 127,190 JPY(387Fav)

2014 YASUDA KINEN 8Jun2014 Tokyo11R Turf1600m Soft


1st 10 Just a Way 1.7(1Fav) Y.Shibata 1:36.8 105.0
2nd 12 Grand Prix Boss 148.4(16Fav) K.Miura Nose 105.0
3rd 11 Shonan Mighty 37.1(10Fav) H.Kitamura 3 101.2
Win 10 170 JPY(1Fav) Trio 10 - 11 - 12 91,160 JPY(211Fav)
Quinella 10 - 12 18,730 JPY(40Fav) Trifecta 10 - 12 - 11 373,470 JPY(805Fav)
Date Venue No.of
Going Horse Name Odds Fav Jockey Time U Index
Tokyo 18 Firm Lord Kanaloa 4.0 1 Y.Iwata 1:31.5 104.7
Tokyo 18 Firm Strong Return 6.7 2 Y.Fukunaga 1:31.3 107.8
Tokyo 18 Firm Real Impact 29.3 9 K.Tosaki 1:32.0 107.3
Tokyo 18 Firm Showa Modern 13.9 8 H.Goto 1:31.7 107.9
Tokyo 18 Firm Vodka 1.8 1 Y.Take 1:33.5 105.0
Tokyo 18 Firm Vodka 4.1 2 Y.Iwata 1:32.7 109.3
Tokyo 18 Firm Daiwa Major 4.4 2 K.Ando 1:32.3 107.6

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