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FEBRUARY STAKES 2017 - Gold Dream Conquers Heavy Contest in This Year's February Stakes 

Second favorite Gold Dream captured the February Stakes title this year and demonstrated his aptitude and liking for the Tokyo dirt mile course as he marked his third victory out of four, which includes his first grade-race triumph in the G3 Unicorn Stakes last June. The Gold Allure colt was entered off a disappointing 12th in the December Champions Cup after being sent off second favorite, but displayed a sound and convincing performance this time scoring his first G1 win as if paying tribute to his sire who passed away the previous day. This is the second JRA-G1 win for trainer Osamu Hirata who claimed his first with Curren Black Hill in the 2012 NHK Mile Cup, while jockey Mirco Demuro notched his 19th JRA-G1 victory, his latest with Queens Ring in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup last season, and celebrates his second February Stakes title since his victory last year on board Moanin.

Gold Dream broke fairly from stall three and was reserved in mid-division behind Best Warrior down the backstretch as Incantation headed the full field of 16 runners. As the bunched-up field fanned out rounding the final corner to secure room for their stretch-run, the Gold Allure colt also floated out wide entering the lane in seventh to eighth but galloped confidently picking off his tiring rivals one by one, finally pinning the brief leader Nishiken Mononofu before the furlong pole, and held off a fast closing Best Warrior by a neck for the title.

“In the Champions Cup, he broke poorly and was keen—he didn’t stretch at all. But today he was relaxed even after entering the track. His start was good, he was positioned well and responded beautifully in the straight. He still had a lot left at the end,” commented Mirco Demuro.

Best Warrior, sent off fifth favorite, was also reserved in mid-pack but took an inner route making the final turns and was blocked behind horses in early stretch. However, the patient seven-year-old found a gap chasing Nishiken Mononofu who pulled away in front of him two furlongs out, and unleashed a strong late run to threaten the winner for a neck second.

Off slow as usual, race favorite Kafuji Take sat unhurried near the rear and was last to enter the stretch but had no trouble finding his stride as he blew past the field clocking the fastest last three-furlong drive to finish 3/4 length from Best Warrior for third.

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FEBRUARY STAKES 2017 - Preview 

Tokyo Racecourse hosts the first top-level event of the year with the 34th running of the February Stakes on Sunday, Feb. 19. Twenty-six hopefuls, 4 years old and up, have been nominated for what is the first of only two JRA Grade 1 races run over dirt. Only 16 of those nominees will get a ticket to run the Tokyo mile for a chance at the first-place booty of 97 million yen.

This year’s lineup is shaping up to make things especially difficult for bettors. Wagers are expected to be spread across the field as punters vie for a winning pick. The “foreign factor” is raised to the power of three with Ryan Moore joining the dynamic duo of Christophe Lemaire and Mirco Demuro. And, the absence of Yuichi Fukunaga, sidelined by a fall, is yet another factor to be added to the beguiling, befuddling mix.

Moanin, Nonkono Yume, and Asuka Roman, the top three finishers in last year’s February Stakes, are all back and looking to repeat or improve their performances this year. And there is still hope that Copano Rickey, winner of the 2014 and 2015 versions, could still, despite a seventh-place finish last year, become the first horse to win three February Stakes. They’ll be up against some tough competition though, some new names and new talent, including Kafuji Take, the winner of the G3 Negishi Stakes, and Sound True, who scooped the JRA’s other big dirt event, the Champions Cup in December.

The February Stakes will be the 11th race on the Sunday card of 12 at Tokyo Racecourse. Post time is 15:40 local time. Here’s a look at what are likely to be race’s top picks.

Kafuji Take - The Precise End-sired Kafuji Take grabbed the spotlight when he virtually flew down the homestretch to win the G3 Negishi Stakes on Jan. 29 at Tokyo. Unable to pick up speed out of the gate, Kafuji Take lagged a length or two behind, raced from the rear and was still there, more than 10 lengths off the front, with only 400 meters to go. But that’s where he switched into top gear to cover the final 3 furlongs in a blistering turf-like 34.5 seconds and notch his first graded stakes race. Firmly established as a bright new star, Kafuji Take adds a generous dash of spice to the February Stakes lineup, which had been expected to feature mostly the old familiar faces. Fielded by trainer Sachio Yukubo, the 5-year-old Kafuji Take, the latter portion of whose name is pronounced like the English word, looks to be playing to win after finally moving to graded stakes company on his 18th start last summer. In November, Kafuji Take finished third in the G3, 1,600-meter Musashino Stakes at Tokyo, a race that was won in record time. The following month he took on his first Grade 1 race with the 1,800-meter Champions Cup and surprised when he ran fourth only 0.2 seconds off winner Sound True. Kafuji Take looks like he has come into his own, and although he will not have Fukunaga in the saddle this time, it would be no surprise if he took home the top prize.

Sound True - Sound True, a 7-year-old gelding by French Deputy, claimed first place in the Champions Stakes last year and took top honors as JRA Best Dirt Horse for 2016. This will be his first February Stakes, the first 150 meters of which are actually run over turf, but Sound True is a highly consistent seasoned runner and can handle the unusual combination. He has notched 9 wins, including three over the Tokyo dirt mile, 9 seconds and 13 thirds from 40 starts. Sound True has made the top three spots in all but one of his last 13 starts, eight of which were top-level NAR races, in addition to his win of the G1 Champions Cup at Chukyo in December and a third in the same race the year before. It will be his first time at Tokyo since the summer of 2015 and he will surely find the long Fuchu stretch a welcome change.

Moanin - This 5-year-old by Henny Hughes out of the stable of Sei ishizaka, rewrote the Tokyo course record in last year’s February Stakes with his winning time of 1 minute, 34.0 seconds and improved his own record at the time to 6 wins in 7 starts. Moanin has, however, failed to make the winner’s circle in his four starts since. He was runnerup by a head and 5 lengths ahead of third-place Sound True in the Nihon TV Hai at Funabashi in September, and his seventh-place in the Musashino Stakes at Tokyo could be forgiven due to the fact that he was carrying the top weight of 59kg, 3 kg more than the six horses who beat him over the line. Though the weights carried were the same for the top eight horses next out in the Champions Cup, Moanin again finished seventh, 0.5 seconds behind winner Sound True. Keita Tosaki has been in the irons for his last three starts, but this time Moore is pegged for the ride.

Nonkono Yume - A dark chestnut gelding by Twining, Nonkono Yume won big on the NAR circuit in the summer of 2015, when he was victorious in the Japan Dirt Derby. He almost realized his first JRA dream win when he ran second in the G1 Champions Cup two starts later. Some two and a half months later, he again ran second, this time in the 2016 February Stakes. He failed to win his next five starts as well, four outings at NAR tracks and his second bid in the 2016 Champions Cup, in which he finished sixth, 0.4 seconds off winner Sound True. Nonkono Yume does have consistency on his side, however, having never finished further back than sixth place. He will be returning to Tokyo, where he has, from six starts, tallied four wins, a second and a third and the change of venue will likely be welcome. Nonkono Yume’s Tokyo wins include the 2015 Unicorn Stakes and Musashino Stakes, both run over a mile on dirt. This will be his first time back at Tokyo since last year’s February Stakes. Christophe Lemaire has the ride.

Copano Rickey - The Gold Allure-sired Copano Rickey finished seventh in this race last year, but followed that performance up with a three-way winning streak as he pocketed the Kashiwa Kinen, the Teio Sho and the Nanbu Hai, all at NAR venues. He made the board in two of his last three starts, but his Champion Cup finish was a double-digit one. Tosaki rode Copano Rickey to a fifth last out in the Tokyo Daishoten at Ohi Racecourse on Dec. 29, but Yutaka Take is expected to take the reins this time out.

Not to be forgotten are Gold Dream, who beat Kafuji Take to the line in finishing second in the Musashino Stakes, but was late out of the gate next out in the Champion Stakes. Gold Dream has won both an open-class race and the G3 Unicorn Stakes at Tokyo, both over the mile on dirt. Mirco Demuro has the ride. Also, Asukano Roman, a 6-year-old son of Agnes Digital, ran third in this race last year, 0.2 seconds off the winner. He is coming off an eighth-place finish in the G2 Tokai Stakes at Chukyo on Jan. 22. That was preceded by a third in the Champions Cup. Best Warrior, paired with the 2016 JRA leading jockey Keita Tosaki, surely should be included among the top picks. This will be his fourth straight bid in the February Stakes and other than on his first try, when he faced older horses in a G1 for the first time, Best Warrior has done well, finishing a respectable third in 2015 and fourth last year. He is coming off a second in the Negishi Stakes.

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人気 着度数
1番人気 4-1-2-3/10
2番人気 1-2-2-5/10
3番人気 2-2-2-4/10
4番人気 0-1-1-8/10
5番人気 0-2-0-8/10
6番人気 1-0-0-9/10
7〜9番人気 1-2-3-24/30
10番人気〜 1-0-0-68/69
脚質 着度数
逃げ 1-0-0-9/10
先行 6-4-2-27/39
差し 2-2-7-48/59
追込 1-4-1-44/50
枠番 着度数
1枠 1-0-1-18/20
2枠 2-2-1-15/20
3枠 0-1-2-17/20
4枠 0-2-0-18/20
5枠 0-1-3-15/19
6枠 2-0-1-17/20
7枠 2-3-0-15/20
8枠 3-1-2-14/20
レース名 着度数
チャンピオンズカップ(JCD含む) 2-1-2-5/10
川崎記念 2-3-2-6/13
東海ステークス 2-1-1-7/11
根岸ステークス 2-1-2-50/55
東京大賞典 0-3-3-8/14



本日は東京11R「フェブラリーステークス 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!」/フェブラリーステークス G1(...02月19日() 13:00スガダイ






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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【外厩】今週の重賞レース(フェブラリーS)byもっしゅ02月18日() 11:00みんなの競馬コラム


◇2/19(日) 東京11R フェブラリーS ダ1600m


コパノリッキー (栗)村山 宇治田原優駿S
ゴールドドリーム (栗)平田 NFしがらき
ノンコノユメ (美)加藤征 ムラセファーム
モーニン (栗)石坂 NF天栄

(データは2016年〜 30例以上対象)

単回値 175円/複回値 90円


単回値 143円/複回値 72円

(データは2016年〜 30例以上対象)

単回値 32円/複回値 32円






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【U指数的分析】フェブラリーステークス02月17日(金) 11:00【ウマニティ】






・指数90未満もしくは指数10位以下(ふたケタ順位)の馬は【1 0 1 36】。14年のコパノリッキーは最下位ながらに勝利したが、これは「事故」レベルの例外中の例外。基本的に低指数の馬は軽視できる。




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フェブラリーS02月15日(水) 04:19覆面ドクター・英



1番人気想定 カフジテイク 某わりと大手サイトで見てびっくりしました。鋭い末脚もっていて、好きな馬だし何度か穴で馬券とらせてもらっていますが、前走も本命打ちましたが、G気破槎燭箸いΕャラではないのでは。好勝負できるところまできているし、言われるほど1400向きでマイルだめとも思わないが・・。

2番人気想定 ゴールドドリーム これまたびっくり・・。まだ荷が重いのではチャンピオンズCも負け過ぎでまだ力つけてくるのは先で若すぎるのでは。消しの予定。

3番人気想定 ベストウォーリア 力があるのは確かだが2着続きなように、じれったい典型。3連単でマルチを買わないので本命打つ度、迷惑千万、いい加減にしてくれ、というタイプだが7歳だと、そろそろ舐められそうでこのくらいの人気なら妙味あり。

4番人気想定 モーニン ベストウォーリア と同じ馬場さんの有力マル外だがこちらの方が若いが器が小さく昨年よく勝てたなあという現況でヒモまででは。この人気なら消しも有りか。

5番人気想定 ノンコノユメ  去勢して体調あがるまで半年くらいはかかるので正直フェブラリーS間に合わないのではと、ここのところ消していたが、そろそろ上昇してくる頃ではあり、このくらい人気落としてくれればヒモには加えたい。

6番人気想定 サウンドトゥルー 騎乗停止で大野騎手が乗れないケチがついただけでなく力的にもちょっと下がってきている感じありヒモまで。

7番人気想定 コパノリッキー  16番人気で勝ったのが3年前ですが力落ちてきており買わない予定。

8番人気想定 アスカノロマン  チャンピオンズCでは人気薄で3着と激走したが勝ち切る力は無さそうでヒモまで。

9番人気想定 エイシンバッケン イマイチ伸び悩みでヒモに入れるかどうか程度。

10番人気想定 キングズガード  この馬ももう少しやれるかと思ったが一線級に入るとまだ少し落ちる。ヒモに入れるかどうか程度。

11 ホワイトフーガ ピーク過ぎつつある感あり。特に買えない。
12 ケイティブレイブ 気分よく逃げられるかの馬で流れ向かない。
13 デニムアンドルビー ディープ産駒のダート挑戦買えず。
14 レッツゴードンキ 芝マイルやダートで好走しているがここ通用する力無し。
15 ニシケンモノノフ  1400ベストに見せかけて通用することあり穴で買いたいタイプ。
16 サウンドスカイ 長期休養明けに大きくはなればビリだけに買えない。
17 インカンテーション 調子崩して休養も多く買えない。
18 ブラゾンドゥリス  力つけてきているがさすがに連闘でつかってこないのでは。
19 モルトベーネ ここのところの充実ぶりすごいがローテきつすぎ使わないのでは。
20 ソルティコメント オープンに上がってからは壁に当たっている。
21 スーサンジョイ 快進撃とまりオープン入着級に落ち着いてしまった。
22 チャーリーブレイヴ 休養明け2戦がふたけた着順では・・。
23 ブライトライン 丈夫で走り続けているが好勝負もう無理。
24 メイショウウタゲ オープン上がってからは入着級までに。
25 カゼノコ 相手弱いところ狙って距離短縮前走は出遅れて終了。スランプ期間。
26 ピオネロ 昨秋のシリウスSではアポロケンタッキーに先着しているように力あるが賞金足りないのでは。


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【U指数競馬新聞(特別登録版)】フェブラリーS2017・GIの...02月13日(月) 19:06ウマニティ


■今週の注目重賞レース/第34回 フェブラリーステークス 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02月12日号】特選...02月12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。



 日曜の「特選重賞データ分析編」は今回が34回目。これまでに33回ずつ公開してきた水曜の「週末メイン“1点”分析EXTRA編」、木曜の「コース別“大全奥義! 全買いデータ”分析編」を含め、連載「伊吹雅也のピックアップ競馬データ」は公開回数が100回の大台に到達しました。ご愛読いただいているユーザーの皆様に改めて御礼申し上げます。最先端の予想技術を提供すべく、今後もさらに精進致しますので、どうぞご期待ください。


G1 フェブラリーステークス 2017年02月19日(日) 東京ダ1600m


×500毀に [0-3-0-27](複勝率10.0%)
○500坩幣 [5-2-5-38](複勝率24.0%)



<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) -FEBRUARY STAKES 2017-

  • Entry List
  • Race Card
  • Result
Place BN HN U Index
Horse Name Sex
Jockey Trainer Be
Odds Fav
Time Margin
1 2 3 98.5 Gold Dream M4 57.0 M.Demuro O.Hirata WEST 520(+4) 5.0 2 1.35.1
2 5 9 101.0 Best Warrior M7 57.0 K.Tosaki S.Ishizaka WEST 516(-4) 7.6 5 1.35.1 Neck
3 5 10 98.4 Kafuji Take M5 57.0 A.Tsumura S.Yukubo WEST 486(+2) 4.5 1 1.35.2 3/4
4 7 13 98.3 A Shin Bakken M5 57.0 Y.Iwata H.Nakao WEST 530(+4) 19.0 8 1.35.4 1_1/4
5 6 12 99.3 Nishiken Mononofu M6 57.0 N.Yokoyama Y.Shono WEST 512(-2) 100.9 14 1.35.6 1_1/4
6 8 15 94.7 K T Brave M4 57.0 H.Miyuki T.Meno WEST 498(+7) 44.1 11 1.35.6 Nose
7 6 11 100.3 Nonkono Yume G5 57.0 C.Lemaire Y.Kato EAST 452(+8) 7.1 4 1.35.7 Neck
8 1 1 97.1 Sound True G7 57.0 Y.Shibata N.Takagi EAST 474(-1) 13.6 7 1.35.7 Nose
9 1 2 95.5 White Fugue F5 55.0 M.Ebina N.Takagi EAST 508(-1) 36.2 10 1.35.9 1_1/4
10 4 7 97.7 Brightline M8 57.0 S.Ishibashi I.Sameshima WEST 532(0) 267.4 16 1.36.0 1/2
11 7 14 97.8 King's Guard M6 57.0 Y.Fujioka R.Terashima WEST 456(-2) 81.8 13 1.36.0 Neck
12 3 6 99.8 Moanin M5 57.0 R.Moore S.Ishizaka WEST 520(-6) 5.4 3 1.36.1 Neck
13 8 16 97.8 Incantation M7 57.0 K.Fujioka T.Hatsuki WEST 506(-6) 125.0 15 1.36.5 2_1/2
14 2 4 99.9 Copano Rickey M7 57.0 Y.Take A.Murayama WEST 544(-1) 9.0 6 1.36.5 Neck
15 3 5 99.2 Asukano Roman M6 57.0 R.Wada Y.Kawamura WEST 520(-6) 27.0 9 1.36.6 1/2
16 4 8 98.4 Denim and Ruby F7 55.0 H.Uchida K.Sumii WEST 446(+2) 54.5 12 1.36.7 1/2
Lap Time 12.1-10.5-11.4-12.2-12.8-11.8-12.0-12.3
The first half 12.1-22.6-34.0-46.2-59.0
The latter half 61.1-48.9-36.1-24.3-12.3


Win3 500 JPY 2(Fav)
3 180 JPY 3(Fav)
9 180 JPY 2(Fav)
10 150 JPY 1(Fav)
Bracket quinella2-5 470 JPY 1(Fav)
Quinella3-9 1,470 JPY 4(Fav)
Quinella Place3-9 550 JPY 3(Fav)
3-10 530 JPY 2(Fav)
9-10 430 JPY 1(Fav)
Exacta3-9 2,520 JPY 3(Fav)
Trio3-9-10 2,140 JPY 1(Fav)
Trifecta3-9-10 9,240 JPY 2(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 -FEBRUARY STAKES 2017-

Sun,4Dec2016CHAMPIONS CUP  Chukyo Dirt1800m Standard

1st 8 Sound True 15.9(6Fav) T.Ono 1:50.1 104.9
2nd 2 Awardee 2.2(1Fav) Y.Take Neck 104.9
3rd 4 Asukano Roman 40.4(10Fav) R.Wada 1/2 104.5
4th 1 Kafuji Take 54.8(11Fav) A.Tsumura Neck 104.1
5th 14 Apollo Kentucky 21.0(7Fav) F.Matsuwaka 1_1/4 103.2
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Sun,22Jan2017TOKAI STAKES  Chukyo Dirt1800m Standard

1st 8 Glanzend 2.6(1Fav) N.Yokoyama 1:53.2 99.6
2nd 4 Molto Bene 96.3(12Fav) S.Akiyama 1/2 99.2
3rd 14 Meisho Utage 59.6(10Fav) H.Miyuki 1/2 98.8
4th 7 Shonan Apollon 122.3(13Fav) K.Maruta Nose 98.8
5th 15 Kazenoko 70.3(11Fav) K.Dazai Neck 98.8
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Sun,29Jan2017NEGISHI STAKES  Tokyo Dirt1400m Standard

1st 3 Kafuji Take 3.0(1Fav) Y.Fukunaga 1:23.0 103.8
2nd 5 Best Warrior 5.6(3Fav) K.Tosaki 1 102.7
3rd 13 A Shin Bakken 7.6(4Fav) Y.Iwata 2_1/2 100.5
4th 14 King's Guard 9.0(5Fav) Y.Fujioka Nose 100.5
5th 4 Nishiken Mononofu 19.6(8Fav) N.Yokoyama Neck 99.9
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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) -FEBRUARY STAKES 2017-

2016 FEBRUARY STAKES 21Feb2016 Tokyo11R Dirt1600m Muddy


1st 14 Moanin 5.1(2Fav) M.Demuro 1:34.0 103.6
2nd 7 Nonkono Yume 2.4(1Fav) C.Lemaire 1_1/4 102.6
3rd 4 Asukano Roman 18.1(7Fav) K.Dazai Head 102.6
Win 14 510 JPY(2Fav) Trio 4 - 7 - 14 3,820 JPY(10Fav)
Quinella 7 - 14 680 JPY(1Fav) Trifecta 14 - 7 - 4 16,010 JPY(45Fav)

2015 FEBRUARY STAKES 22Feb2015 Tokyo11R Dirt1600m Standard


1st 4 Copano Rickey 2.1(1Fav) Y.Take 1:36.3 102.0
2nd 14 Incantation 13.8(5Fav) H.Uchida 1/2 101.5
3rd 10 Best Warrior 6.4(3Fav) K.Tosaki 3/4 101.0
Win 4 210 JPY(1Fav) Trio 4 - 10 - 14 3,060 JPY(6Fav)
Quinella 4 - 14 1,570 JPY(4Fav) Trifecta 4 - 14 - 10 12,370 JPY(25Fav)

2014 FEBRUARY STAKES 23Feb2014 Tokyo11R Dirt1600m Standard


1st 13 Copano Rickey 272.1(16Fav) H.Tanabe 1:36.0 104.4
2nd 15 Hokko Tarumae 3.6(2Fav) H.Miyuki 1/2 103.9
3rd 11 Belshazzar 2.7(1Fav) C.Demuro 1_3/4 102.5
Win 13 27,210 JPY(16Fav) Trio 11 - 13 - 15 55,360 JPY(115Fav)
Quinella 13 - 15 84,380 JPY(82Fav) Trifecta 13 - 15 - 11 949,120 JPY(1,073Fav)
Date Venue No.of
Going Horse Name Odds Fav Jockey Time U Index
Tokyo 16 Standard Grape Brandy 6.7 3 S.Hamanaka 1:35.1 104.0
Tokyo 16 Standard Testa Matta 24.3 7 Y.Iwata 1:35.4 105.9
Tokyo 16 Standard Transcend 3.5 1 S.Fujita 1:36.4 106.1
Tokyo 16 Standard Espoir City 1.7 1 T.Sato 1:34.9 109.8
Tokyo 16 Good Success Brocken 20.6 6 H.Uchida 1:34.6 107.1
Tokyo 16 Standard Vermilion 2.4 1 Y.Take 1:35.3 107.2
Tokyo 16 Sloppy Sunrise Bacchus 5.9 3 K.Ando 1:34.8 103.3