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TAKAMATSUNOMIYAKINEN 2017 - Seiun Kosei Captures First Grade-race Title in G1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen 

Fifth pick Seiun Kosei sired by Admire Moon captured his first graded title in this year’s Takamatsunomiya Kinen. Making his debut in a 1,800m race in June of his two-year-old season, he scored his first win in a 1,200m race in his seventh career start as a three-year-old. Marking three more wins that year, he won his kickoff start this year in the open-class Yodo Tankyori Stakes (1,200m) in January and marked a runner-up effort in his first grade-race challenge in the Silk Road Stakes (G3, 1,200m) three weeks later. This win marked the sixth JRA-G1 victory for trainer Hiroyuki Uehara since winning the 2007 Mile Championship with Daiwa Major. For jockey Hideaki Miyuki, this is his second Takamatsunomiya Kinen title, his first being in 2008 with Fine Grain, and his sixth JRA-G1 victory following his win in the 2014 Champions Cup with Hokko Tarumae.

Four-year-old Seiun Kosei broke smoothly from stall six and rallied to take the lead but eventually settled in fourth to press the pace. Taking a wide route entering the lane, the chestnut exerted a tenacious stretch kick, overtaking the dueling Let’s Go Donki and Red Falx 100 meters out from the outside, and continued to accelerate strongly to widen the gap for a 1-1/4-length victory.

“I raced the colt for the first time but I found him easy to ride from when I rode him at the training. I was told by the trainer that he handled the soft ground well and he ran comfortably in the forward position. He felt really good from the beginning and although I was afraid that I may have slipped him out too early, I believed in him and urged him to go until the wire,” commented Hideaki Miyuki.

Making a good break, second pick Let’s Go Donki was eased back to around sixth from the rear. Finding a narrow gap by the rail at the top of the homestretch, the 5-year-old mare by King Kamehameha rallied strongly with Red Falx and Teehaff at first then with Red Falx in the last 100 meters and managed to edge over the race favorite for second place with her impressive late charge that timed the fastest over the last three furlongs.

Odds-on favorite Red Falx hugged the rails around seventh from the front and dueled strongly with Let’s Go Donki in the last 100 meters for second place but was a neck short to finish third.
Other Horses:
4th: (1) Teehaff—sat behind favorite along rails, rallied with 2nd&3rd-place finishers, weakened in last 100m
5th: (2) Fiero—saved ground in rear pack, accelerated between horses, timed 2nd fastest over last 3 furlongs
6th: (14) Talking Drum—ran 3-wide in mid-group, switched to outside at early stretch, showed belated charge
7th: (11) Snow Dragon—settled in mid-pack, showed effort but never a threat
8th: (17) Nac Venus—traveled 4-wide in mid-division, lacked needed kick on outer stretch
9th: (13) Solveig—raced 3-wide in mid-group, showed little at stretch
10th: (12) Melagrana—took wide trip toward rear, showed brief effort, unable to threaten
11th: (15) Hiruno Devaro—traveled near rear, turned wide, passed tired rivals
12th: (8) Bakushin Teio—sat in rear division, even paced at stretch
13th: (4) Rhein Spirit—set pace, sustained bid until 300m out, fell back gradually
14th: (10) Xmas—rated outside favorite in mid-pack, showed brief response until 200m marker
15th: (9) Shuji—pressed pace in 2nd, led briefly, dropped back after 300m out
16th: (18) Once in a Moon—ran outside eventual winner, unable to reach contention
17th: (5) Red Arion—trailed in rear, no factor throughout
18th: (16) Tosho Piste—positioned among leading trio, faded after top of stretch

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The year’s first Grade I race over turf - the Takamatsunomiya Kinen -- is hosted by Nagoya’s Chukyo Racecourse this coming Sunday, March 26.

The Takamatsunomiya Kinen, a race first designed in 1971 by Prince Takamatsu and run under the name the Takamatsunomiya Hai, received its current name in 1998, was designated an international race in 2001, and saw its first two foreign-based participants two years later. The current version of the race, which includes the latest renovations to the Chukyo course, dates to 2012.
Long a fan favorite, with its fast pace and stars such as Lord Kanaloa, Curren Chan and Kinshasa no Kiseki, this year sees no strong standout and no foreign-based horses in the lineup either. Last year’s Best Sprinter Mikki Isle, runnerup in last year’s Takamatsunomiya, has been retired. Two certain top picks were knocked out of action in the leadup to the race. Dance Director suffered a break on Feb. 23. Two days later connections of Big Arthur announced that the 2016 record-setting champion was also not running in the Takamatsunomiya due to injury. With no one horse in the 1,200-meter sprint considered a shoo-in step in and headline, the mood is mixed, the outcome forecast murky. Though many fans may feel tempted to pass on a wager, they could miss out on a fat return by doing so.

The Takamatsunomiya Kinen, which is also the third leg of the Global Sprint Challenge, is the 11th race on the Sunday card of 12 at Chukyo. Just a little over a minute from the 3:40 p.m. post time, one horse will rake in 98 million yen of the total purse of over 212 million yen.

Last year, Big Arthur rewrote the record book with a winning time of 1 minute, 6.7 seconds.

Here’s a look at some of the likely top picks.

Red Falx - The 6-year-old gray by the American-bred Swept Overboard surprised last autumn in capturing the Sprinters Stakes and his first top-level win. He had preceded that with a string of dirt races, moved to the turf and won the G3 CBC Sho before claiming the Sprinters. His next hurdle, however, an overseas trip, proved a bit too high with a resulting 12-place finish in the Dec. 11 Longines Hong Kong Sprint. Now back for his first run since Hong Kong, Red Falx has had success over the Chukyo turf and boasts a perfect three for three, with two of those races over 1,200, one a furlong longer. “I thought he would give us a solid run in the Hong Kong Sprint,” says trainer Tomohito Ozeki, “but he mustn’t have been fully recovered from the Sprinters Stakes.”
“Since then, we haven’t overworked him and we’re going straight in to this race. On March 16, I gave him a long workout and his movement was good. He’s had a nice bit of time off and his recovery has gone well. He is very well suited to Chukyo and I’m looking forward to the race.”

Let’s Go Donki - Eighth in last year’s Takamatsunomiya Kinen, the 5-year-old daughter of King Kamehameha has recently given her best performances since at the G3 level, including a win last time out in the 1,400-meter Kyoto Himba Stakes. That victory was her first since the 2015 Oka Sho (Japanese 1000 Guineas), and unlike in that race, where she went wire to wire, she won the Kyoto Himba traveling from midfield with a nice display of late speed on a somewhat slow track. Though Let’s Go Donki’s best results over 6 furlongs are two third-place finishes, the Chukyo course, with a hill in his stretch, is suited to the racing style she displayed in the Kyoto Himba Stakes.

Melagrana - The Australian-bred Melagrana, a 5-year-old mare by the Australian champion sprinter Fastnet Rock, scooped two races in a row and jumped from an open-class win to an impressive first in the G3 Yukan Fuji Sho Ocean Stakes last time out on March 4 at Nakayama. Following that race, jockey Keita Tosaki said, “Riding her again after three months, I feel she has matured even more from her previous race. She’s a clever horse and I think she can handle any kind of race.” Though her last two wins came at Nakayama, Melagrana has fared well at Chukyo as well, with one win over the distance from her two starts at the venue.

Shuji - Fourth in last year’s Sprinters Stakes, Shuji returned to win the G2 Hanshin Cup amid strong competition, then last time out ran eighth in the G3 Hankyu Hai. That loss was attributed to his being overly agitated. Having less time between races this time, things are expected to go better. A 4-year-old son of two-time Takamatsunomiya winner Kinshasa no Kiseki, Shuji’s best performance at the top level was the Sprinters’ fourth, but a G1 victory is believed to be well within this colt’s reach. “He was agitated for the Hankyu Hai after a layoff,” says trainer Naosuke Sugai. “And he was pressured on his outside and tense during the race. But that should have given him a chance to let off steam and we’ve taken care to watch his mental state since then. He had poor results in the (Chunichi Sports Sho) Falcon Stakes at Chukyo last year but that was over 1,400 meters and on a sloppy surface. He has a fourth place in the Sprinters and ample ability.”

Solveig - Even as a 3-year-old last year, the Daiwa Major-sired Solveig turned in a fine third-place performance in the Sprinters Stakes. Last time out in the Silk Road Stakes, she took the lead for the first time and was pressed from start to finish. She battled gallantly but was overtaken in the stretch. She needn’t lead, however, and a more relaxed run would likely stand her well. The venue this time, in closer proximity to where Solveig is based at the stable of Ippo Sameshima, should also prove an advantage over the long hauls of her three starts before last.

Talking Drum - Last time out, Talking Drum won his first graded stakes race, the G3 Hankyu Hai, on his second start after reaching open-class competition. He has put on muscle and was able to travel up the inside in a style first for him. Though it’ll be his first 6-furlonger in a while, if he can get an economical ground-saving run, he has a chance. “I worked him in tandem on March 16 and pushed him hard. He looks to have maintained his condition. This year, with no big star, I have my hopes up and think he’s up for the challenge,” said trainer Makoto Saito.

Seiun Kosei - With five seconds and five firsts in his last 11 starts, 14 total, Seiun Kosei has demonstrated outstanding consistency. He moved to graded stakes competition from his last start and ran second by a neck to Dance Director in the G3 Silk Road Stakes, a formidable run notwithstanding the 2.5 kg less he ran under. This will be his first time at Chukyo, but he has had success over the left-handed Tokyo as well. The 4-year-old son of Admire Moon is one to keep an eye on. Trainer Hiroyuki Uehara says, “I had jockey Hideaki Miyuki ride work last week so he could get a handle on the horse. He gave him a strong workout and his movement was good. This time he’ll have the long stretch at Chukyo to deal with but he has done well at Tokyo, so I don’t think it should pose a problem. A torn-up track will actually work in this horse’s favor.”

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人気 着度数
1番人気 4-1-3-2/10
2番人気 1-2-1-6/10
3番人気 3-1-3-3/10
4番人気 2-1-0-7/10
5番人気 0-1-0-9/10
6番人気 0-2-0-8/10
7〜9番人気 0-1-0-29/30
10番人気〜 0-1-3-83/87
枠番 着度数
1枠 0-0-3-17/20
2枠 4-1-0-15/20
3枠 2-1-1-16/20
4枠 1-1-1-17/20
5枠 1-1-1-17/20
6枠 1-1-1-17/20
7枠 1-1-1-25/28
8枠 0-4-2-23/30
レース名 着度数
阪急杯 4-5-4-39/52
オーシャンステークス 3-2-3-59/67
シルクロードステークス 2-1-3-17/23
中山記念 0-1-0-1/2
スプリンターズステークス 0-1-0-1/2



本日は中京11R「高松宮記念 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!」/高松宮記念 G1(スガダイプロ)03月26日() 13:00競馬プロ予想MAX





プロ予想家の予想は、予想の収支が完全公開されているガチンコ勝負の予想です。 予想収支を出さない他の予想サイトとは一線を画しています。




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【山崎エリカのG1ナビゲーション】〜2017高松宮記念〜03月24日(金) 15:00山崎エリカ




■2017春シーズン 『競馬プロ予想MAX』presents連載コラムについて詳しくはこちら




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【各馬の前走と妙味】〜2017高松宮記念〜03月24日(金) 11:00夢月


■2017春シーズン 『競馬プロ予想MAX』presents連載コラムについて詳しくはこちら



●前走オーシャンS G3 3着 (経由7頭)

●前走阪急杯 G3 8着 (経由3頭)

●前走オーシャンS G3 8着 (経由7頭)

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高松宮記念201703月23日(木) 13:30覆面ドクター・英


1番人気想定 レッドファルクス 中京大得意でもあり、現在のこの路線の国内暫定チャンピオンというような感じでしょうか。父スウェプトオーヴァーボードがその父エンドスウィープに比べて低評価になりやすい地味血統だが母系もスティンガーの居る本格派で、海外帰りの休み明けも外厩全盛時代の社台Fの馬で調整ぬかりなし。当然有力。

2番人気想定 メラグラーナ 南半球産でまさに現在ピークの時期なんだろうし、なんせ吉田和美さん名義になっている社台Fが連れてくるマル外は将来繁殖牝馬としても含めて本当に当たり引いてくる。前走も凄味のある末脚で、これまた当然有力。

3番人気想定 レッツゴードンキ 昨年夏の北海道シリーズでの1200Mも秋のスプリンターズSもパッとしなかったように本質的にはスプリンターでなく1400〜1600向きタイプと考える。ミッキーアイルのように本質スプリンターでなくても結果出してしまったりもあるが、あそこまでの力は無いと思われ、人気サイドで消すならこの馬か。

4番人気想定 シュウジ 前走の凡走で人気落とすようならヒモと考えていたが、まだ人気になりそうで前走あんだけ掛かると騎手も思い切った騎乗しにくく消しが妥当か。

5番人気想定 ソルヴェイグ スプリンターズS3着は中山特有の巧くいきすぎた典型で、器用さがある証明でもあるのだが中京の差し比べで一線級とやる力無いとみる。消しの予定。

6番人気想定 セイウンコウセイ 地味だが力つけてきていて是非ヒモには加えたい一頭。

7番人気想定 フィエロ 中山1200なら要らないのだろうが中京1200なら多少距離不足でも補えるだけの本来の力が上な馬で一発あるならこの馬か。通常高齢になってくるとズブくなりスプリント力落ちてくるのだが。栗東坂路で49秒台まだ出せるように元気一杯。内田騎手も好調で楽しみな一頭。

8番人気想定 ヒルノデイバロー はじめ門別で走ったり、ダートで出世した後に芝路線に転向したりとかなり異色な経歴だが、末脚強烈でヒモに加えたい一頭。

9番人気想定 ナックビーナス ダイワメジャー産駒らしい弱い相手なら粘り強さで頑張り通すのだが、この相手だときつい。消し想定。

10番人気想定 ワンスインナムーン 上昇一途の状況でレッツゴードンキには差された前走だが流れと通った馬場の影響もあり、本番では人気ないこちらを狙いたい。

11番人気想定 トーキングドラム 内すくって勝った前走だが人気このくらい無いようならヒモに加えてもいいくらい高齢だが使っていなくて現在ピークの状況。

12番人気想定 スノードラゴン さすがにもう買えない状況。

13番人気想定 クリスマス 夏の北海道シリーズはまた出番ありそうだがここでは。

14番人気想定 ラインスピリット オープン特別くらいまでの実力。

15番人気想定 ティーハーフ 末脚も衰え買える要素無し。

16番人気想定 トウショウピストシーイズトウショウは早い馬だったが、器小さい。

17番人気想定 レッドアリオン 短距離でもう少しやれるかと思ったがダメな現況で。

18番人気想定 ナガラオリオン 初芝で鋭い差し脚を見せたがここではきついか。

19番人気想定 バクシンテイオー 人気ほどダメでないと思うがさすがにここでは。



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【U指数的分析】高松宮記念03月23日(木) 11:00【ウマニティ】







・低指数馬はほぼ用なし。10位以下は【0 0 1 42】。指数100未満は【0 2 1 55】。



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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...03月22日(水) 17:30競馬プロ予想MAX

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 スガダイ 極悪馬場だった京阪杯での14着大敗を除けば芝の1200mでは毎回いいレースをしていると思うよ。特に5走前、今回と同じ中京芝1200を勝った時は強かったな。末脚のいい馬だから直線の長い中京コースが合うんだろうね。G1でも中京の舞台なら勝ち負けになると思うよ。ただ、前走で体を減らしていたのはちょっと気になるなあ。そこから更に減っているようだと危ないかもしれないね。
 サラマッポ 馬体の特徴からも、1200mで頭角を現してきたのには納得できますね。豪州産馬らしい大きなトモで、爆発的なスピードの持ち主。まだまだ1200mでは底を見せておらず、能力的にはG1でも十分に通用するとみています。ただ、ストライドが大きく不器用な面があるので、内枠での競馬となった場合には不安が残りますね。
 河内一秀 スプリント路線に転向後は6戦4勝で前走では重賞も制し、指数的にも近2走はG1連対レベルに達しているよ。確固たる中心馬が不在のスプリント路線の現状だからね、有力馬の一角を占めるのも当然と言える存在だと思うよ。  
 加藤拓 血統構成的には、この馬の父はダンチヒ系統の血を持つのですが、このタイプはミッキーアイルサドンストーム(人気薄で4着)のようにこのレースで好走例があります。過去の実績を見るに時計がかかる馬場では不安定ですから、良馬場の方がいいでしょうね。広い直線コースでのびのびと走らせてあげれば、G1初挑戦でも好走を果たせそうです。
 km はじめましてkmです。どうぞお手柔らかにお願いします。さて、メラグラーナですが、皆さん結構高評価なんですね。ちょっと意外でした。スガダイさんもそのようですが、陣営なども中京向きの馬だと考えているようですね。ただ、この馬が勝ったのは”夏の中京”です。夏と春でガラッと性格が変わる中京の馬場だと参考外で、極端な高速馬場になった場合対応できるか疑問が残ります。主役級不在の混迷期に2連勝は価値が低いし、過去のレース傾向からここで勝ちきれると考えるのは早計でしょう。ただ、今年は超がつくほどの低レベルな高松宮記念になりそうで、さすがにヒモには加えるべきですけどね。

 スガダイ kmプロお得意の“データブレイク!(⇒詳しくはこちらで)”ならぬ、いきなりの“スガダイブレイク”かよ(笑)。さてさて、お次は去年のスプリンターズS覇者のレッドファルクスね。勝ったには勝ったけどね。あのレースはデムーロが上手かったというか、他のジョッキーが下手過ぎたというか......。力を発揮出来ていない馬が多かったからね。あの勝利にどれほどの価値があるかは微妙だろうね。香港では全くいい所がなかったけど、あれが実力って気もするな。とはいえ中京は3戦3勝。積極的に買いたい馬ではないけど、押さえは必要かな。
 加藤拓 1200m戦が得意なスウェプトオーヴァーボード産駒にとって、このコースとの相性は悪くはありません。が、G1となるとスタミナ要素も必要になってくるからなのか、字面の血統で言うともう少し長めの距離もこなせそうな配合のタイプのほうが、この高松宮記念での好走例は多いです。その点は微妙なところですね。あとは、やはり長期休養明けが不安。長期休養明けの馬はこのレースとの相性が悪いですし、勢いがある馬の方を上に据えたくなります。
 サラマッポ スプリンターズSでは、コーナーで外を回るロスがありながらの差し切り勝ち。1200mではトップクラスの実力の持ち主で、走法的には・・・

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【U指数競馬新聞(特別登録版)】高松宮記念2017・GIのネッ...03月21日(火) 10:25ウマニティ


■今週の注目重賞レース/第47回 高松宮記念グローバルスプリントチャレンジ) 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03月20日号】特選...03月20日(月) 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 高松宮記念 2017年03月26日(日) 中京芝1200m


○あり [4-5-5-29](複勝率32.6%)
×なし [0-0-0-45](複勝率0.0%)



<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) -TAKAMATSUNOMIYAKINEN 2017-

  • Entry List
  • Race Card
  • Result
Place BN HN U Index
Horse Name Sex
Jockey Trainer Be
Odds Fav
Time Margin
1 3 6 98.6 Seiun Kosei M4 57.0 H.Miyuki H.Uehara EAST 500(0) 8.7 5 1.08.7
2 2 3 99.7 Let's Go Donki F5 55.0 Y.Iwata T.Umeda WEST 506(+4) 5.1 2 1.08.9 1_1/4
3 4 7 99.8 Red Falx M6 57.0 M.Demuro T.Ozeki EAST 472(+7) 3.6 1 1.09.0 Neck
4 1 1 95.3 Teehaff M7 57.0 Y.Kokubun K.Nishiura WEST 468(0) 178.5 16 1.09.3 1_3/4
5 1 2 101.1 Fiero M8 57.0 H.Uchida H.Fujiwara WEST 504(+2) 12.3 7 1.09.3 Nose
6 7 14 95.8 Talking Drum M7 57.0 K.Fujioka M.Saito EAST 480(+2) 55.0 10 1.09.4 1/2
7 6 11 98.9 Snow Dragon M9 57.0 T.Ono N.Takagi EAST 512(-2) 62.6 11 1.09.4 Neck
8 8 17 99.6 Nac Venus F4 55.0 Y.Ishikawa H.Sugiura EAST 516(-2) 68.8 12 1.09.5 Neck
9 7 13 98.1 Solveig F4 55.0 H.Tanabe I.Sameshima WEST 476(-2) 8.9 6 1.09.5 Neck
10 6 12 98.1 Melagrana F5 55.0 K.Tosaki M.Ikezoe WEST 528(+14) 5.3 3 1.09.6 Neck
11 7 15 97.9 Hiruno Devaro M6 57.0 H.Shii M.Kon WEST 532(+6) 49.6 9 1.09.7 3/4
12 4 8 96.7 Bakushin Teio M8 57.0 A.Starke N.Hori EAST 476(-6) 184.9 17 1.09.7 Neck
13 2 4 95.8 Rhein Spirit M6 57.0 K.Mori M.Matsunaga WEST 436(-10) 111.3 14 1.09.8 1/2
14 5 10 97.8 Xmas F6 55.0 Y.Fujioka D.Ito EAST 450(-10) 89.8 13 1.10.0 1_1/2
15 5 9 97.9 Shuji M4 57.0 Y.Kawada N.Sugai WEST 502(-10) 6.2 4 1.10.1 Neck
16 8 18 95.9 Once in a Moon F4 55.0 S.Ishibashi M.Saito EAST 434(-4) 49.4 8 1.10.2 1/2
17 3 5 94.8 Red Arion M7 57.0 Y.Hishida S.Hashiguchi WEST 484(-2) 274.5 18 1.10.3 1/2
18 8 16 93.6 Tosho Piste M5 57.0 Y.Yoshida K.Tsunoda WEST 488(0) 153.8 15 1.11.0 4
Lap Time 12.3-10.3-11.2-11.4-11.3-12.2
The first half 12.3-22.6-33.8-45.2-56.5
The latter half 56.4-46.1-34.9-23.5-12.2


Win6 870 JPY 5(Fav)
6 230 JPY 5(Fav)
3 180 JPY 2(Fav)
7 160 JPY 1(Fav)
Bracket quinella2-3 2,490 JPY 13(Fav)
Quinella3-6 2,150 JPY 10(Fav)
Quinella Place3-6 770 JPY 8(Fav)
6-7 700 JPY 6(Fav)
3-7 480 JPY 1(Fav)
Exacta6-3 4,750 JPY 24(Fav)
Trio3-6-7 3,230 JPY 6(Fav)
Trifecta6-3-7 23,880 JPY 75(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.
The details are here!


Sun,29Jan2017SILK ROAD STAKES  Kyoto Turf1200m Firm

1st 7 Dance Director 6.7(3Fav) Y.Take 1:07.8 102.6
2nd 11 Seiun Kosei 7.0(4Fav) D.Matsuda Neck 102.6
3rd 9 Second Table 18.6(7Fav) Y.Mizuguchi 1_1/2 100.5
4th 4 Hiruno Devaro 23.6(8Fav) H.Shii Neck 99.5
5th 1 Rhein Spirit 11.4(6Fav) K.Mori Nose 99.5
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Sun,26Feb2017HANKYU HAI  Hanshin Turf1400m Firm

1st 2 Talking Drum 25.7(7Fav) H.Miyuki 1:21.4 100.8
2nd 4 Hiruno Devaro 16.1(4Fav) Y.Furukawa Head 100.8
3rd 12 Nagara Orion 96.2(12Fav) Y.Kokubun 2 98.2
4th 3 Bravissimo 7.9(3Fav) Y.Take Neck 98.2
5th 9 Meadowlark 85.3(11Fav) S.Foley 1 96.4
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Sat,4Mar2017OCEAN STAKES  Nakayama Turf1200m Firm

1st 9 Melagrana 2.3(1Fav) K.Tosaki 1:08.3 105.4
2nd 2 Nac Venus 7.9(3Fav) Y.Ishikawa 1/2 104.4
3rd 4 Xmas 8.4(4Fav) M.Katsuura Head 104.4
4th 3 Brave Smash 5.6(2Fav) N.Yokoyama Nose 104.4
5th 14 Bravissimo 14.5(5Fav) H.Kitamura 1 102.3
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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) -TAKAMATSUNOMIYAKINEN 2017-

2016 TAKAMATSUNOMIYAKINEN 27Mar2016 Chukyo11R Turf1200m Firm


1st 4 Big Arthur 3.9(1Fav) Y.Fukunaga 1:06.7 106.0
2nd 6 Mikki Isle 3.9(2Fav) K.Matsuyama 3/4 105.0
3rd 8 Albiano 5.1(3Fav) C.Lemaire 1_3/4 101.9
Win 4 390 JPY(1Fav) Trio 4 - 6 - 8 1,740 JPY(1Fav)
Quinella 4 - 6 890 JPY(1Fav) Trifecta 4 - 6 - 8 6,690 JPY(1Fav)

2015 TAKAMATSUNOMIYAKINEN 29Mar2015 Chukyo11R Turf1200m Good


1st 4 Aerovelocity 6.5(4Fav) Z.Purton 1:08.5 108.8
2nd 15 Hakusan Moon 16.8(6Fav) M.Sakai 1/2 107.8
3rd 16 Mikki Isle 5.2(3Fav) S.Hamanaka Nose 107.8
Win 4 650 JPY(4Fav) Trio 4 - 15 - 16 14,000 JPY(48Fav)
Quinella 4 - 15 7,480 JPY(34Fav) Trifecta 4 - 15 - 16 81,560 JPY(281Fav)

2014 TAKAMATSUNOMIYAKINEN 30Mar2014 Chukyo11R Turf1200m Soft


1st 5 Copano Richard 7.7(3Fav) M.Demuro 1:12.2 111.2
2nd 17 Snow Dragon 19.6(8Fav) T.Ono 3 106.0
3rd 9 Straight Girl 2.6(1Fav) Y.Iwata 1_1/4 104.0
Win 5 770 JPY(3Fav) Trio 5 - 9 - 17 7,990 JPY(22Fav)
Quinella 5 - 17 10,400 JPY(38Fav) Trifecta 5 - 17 - 9 71,040 JPY(203Fav)
Date Venue No.of
Going Horse Name Odds Fav Jockey Time U Index
Chukyo 17 Firm Lord Kanaloa 1.3 1 Y.Iwata 1:08.1 105.4
Chukyo 18 Firm Curren Chan 3.9 2 K.Ikezoe 1:10.3 105.1
Hanshin 16 Firm Kinshasa no Kiseki 4.5 3 U.Rispoli 1:07.9 106.9
Chukyo 18 Firm Kinshasa no Kiseki 3.7 1 H.Shii 1:08.6 105.8
Chukyo 18 Firm Laurel Guerreiro 7.6 3 S.Fujita 1:08.0 107.0
Chukyo 18 Firm Fine Grain 7.1 4 H.Miyuki 1:07.1 109.4
Chukyo 18 Yielding Suzuka Phoenix 4.5 1 Y.Take 1:08.9 111.6