Keyword: Japanese Oaks

  • Shaman Ghost with jockey Javier Castellano up duels with Dolphus ridden by Rajiv Maragh to capture the win in the 47th running of The Pimlico Special held Friday May 19, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland.

    The Week in Photos 5/23/2017

    Preakness, Dixie, Black-Eyed Susan, Kona Gold, Eclipse, Maryland Sprint, Gallorette, Adena Springs Miss Preakness, Pimlico Special, Allaire DuPont Distaff, Louisville Handicap, Matron, Selene, Japanese Oaks and more.

  • Soul Stirring wins the Japanese Oaks

    Soul Stirring Frankel's First Classic Winner

    Soul Stirring solidified her place among the top fillies in Japan after taking the grade 1 Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) for 3-year-old fillies May 21 at Hanshin Race Course while also giving her sire his first classic winner.

  • Mikki Queen (JPN) wins the Japanese Oaks.
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    Mikki Queen Rules in Japanese Oaks

    Mikki Queen showed her talent and class with a furious late run to capture the Yushun Himba (Jpn-I, Japanese Oaks) from favorite Rouge Buck May 25 at Tokyo Racecourse.

  • Meisho Mambo wins the Yushun Himba in Japan.
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    Meisho Mambo Roars Back to Win Japanese Oaks

    Coming in off a dismal effort in the Oka Sho (Jpn-I, Japanese One Thousand Guineas) last month, lightly regarded Meisho Mambo emphatically rebounded to win the Yushun Himba (Jpn-I, Japanese Oaks) May 19 at Tokyo Racecourse.

  • Gentildonna winning the Japanese Oaks.

    Gentildonna Impacts Japanese Racing

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER<br />Gentildonna is from the 2nd crop of 2-time Japanese Horse of the Year Deep Impact, and is the first of his offspring to win a group race at more than a mile.

  • The first dead heat in a grade I race in Japanese history took place when Apapane and Saint Emilion battled to a draw in the Japanese Oaks.

    Japanese Oaks Ends in a Dead Heat

    The first dead heat in a grade I race in Japanese history took place May 23 when favored Apapane and Saint Emilion battled to a draw in the $2.2 million Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) at a rainy and soggy Tokyo Racecourse.

  • Japanese Oaks Winner to Arrive at Hollywood

    Cesario, winner of Japanese Oaks (Jpn-I) in her last start on May 22, is scheduled to arrive at Hollywood Park Monday for the $750,000 American Oaks (gr. IT) on July 3, racing secretary Martin Panza said Friday.

  • Daiwa el Cielo Posts Japanese Oaks Upset

    The top picks failed to make the money in Sunday's Japanese Oaks (Jpn-I), with Daiwa el Cielo (Sunday Silence--London Bridge, by Dr Devious) emerging as the surprise victor in the 65th running of the fillies' classic at Tokyo. Daiwa el Cielo topped a full gate of 18 by three-quarters of a length, clocking 2:27.2 seconds over 2,400 meters of slightly yielding turf.

  • Desormeaux Aboard For Historic Japanese Oaks Win

    Kent Desormeaux made history at Tokyo Racecourse Sunday when he brought Lady Pastel from far back to post a neck win in a thrilling stretch drive of the filly classic Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks, Jpn-I). With the win, Desormeaux, who is only the second foreigner to ride in a classic race in Japan, became the first to win one.