Keyword: sekiguchi

  • Fusaichi Samurai

    Fusaichi Samurai Off Derby Trail With Injury

    Fusao Sekiguchi's Fusaichi Samurai, co-future book favorite for the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) despite only a maiden victory to his credit, has sustained a pulled muscle in his left hind leg, suffered in a workout, and has been taken off the Derby trail, trainer Neil Drysdale said Friday.

  • Grade I Winner Denon to Italy

    Multiple grade I winner Denon has been purchased by Paolo Crespi for stallion duty at his Societa Allevamento di Besnate near Varese, Italy

  • Fusaichi Samurai, breezing earlier this year before being sold for a record $4.5 million.

    Record-Priced 2-Year-Old Makes First Start

    Fusaichi Samurai, whose purchase by Fusao Sekiguchi for $4.5 million earlier this year set a record for a juvenile sold at public auction, is scheduled to make his first career start Saturday in the fourth race at Hollywood Park.

  • Farms Negotiating For Derby Winner

    Stud farms interested in standing Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Fusaichi Pegasus currently are in the process of making their offers to representatives of owner Fusao Sekiguchi.

  • Gone West Colt, Sekiguchi's Buys Top Japan Sale Session

    One day after paying a world-record price for a suckling or weanling sold at public auction, Japanese owner Fusao Sekiguchi went to â280 million ($2,592,593) to acquire a Gone West colt on the final day of the Japan Racing Horse AssociationĀs select foal sale at Northern Park on the island of Hokkaido.

  • Record-priced Dance in the Dark colt.

    Dance in the Dark Foal Brings Record Price

    Fusao Sekiguchi, who raced 2000 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Fusaichi Pegasus, paid a world-record price for a foal sold at public auction when he acquired a Dance in the Dark colt for ä490,000,000 ($4,537,037) during the first day of the Japan Racing Horse Association sale Monday.

  • Sekiguchi Selects Trainer for High-Profile Colt

    After having asked for invitations from trainers around the world to offer to condition the $2.79-million Sunday Silence yearling he bought at the 2003 Hokkaido foal sale, owner Fusao Sekiguchi has decided to keep the colt in Japan.

  • Fusaichi Pegasus colt, sold for world-record price Tuesday.

    Second World Record in One Day at Fasig-Tipton Calder Sale

    For the second time Tuesday, a world-record price for a juvenile sold at public auction was set during the Fasig-Tipton selected 2-year-olds in training sale at Calder Race Course. The new world record price of $4.5 million was paid by Japanese owner Fusao Sekiguchi for a colt from the first crop sired by Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Fusaichi Pegasus, who was raced by Sekiguchi.

  • Denon Aimed at Hong Kong Cup

    With hopes of him bouncing back off an eighth-place finish in the Japan Cup (Jpn-I) last weekend, Fusao Sekiguchi's Denon will be sent out to represent the United States in the HK $18-million (approx. $2.3 million) Hong Kong Cup (HK-I) on Dec. 14 at Sha Tin Racecourse.

  • Denon, will race for new owner in Japan Cup.

    Fusao Sekiguchi Buys Millionaire Denon for Japan Cup

    Japanese owner Fusao Sekiguchi purchased the entire interest in millionaire Denon from Edmund Gann and the Niarchos family's Flaxman Stable and plans to run him in the Nov. 30 Japan Cup (Jpn-I).

  • Sekiguchi Issues Call For Trainer to Condition Colt

    Owner Fusao Sekiguchi will provide trainers from around the world an opportunity to train his $2.79-million Sunday Silence colt from the last crop of the reigning champion sire in Japan. All they have to do is show their eagerness.

  • Flying Dash, winning the Transylvania Stakes.

    Drysdale to Use Derby Trial as Prep for Flying Dash

    Trainer Neil Drysdale said Fusao Sekiguchi's Flying Dash will run in the April 27 Derby Trial Stakes (gr. III) at Churchill Downs and then go on to the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) if the German-bred performs well in the one-turn mile event.

  • Flying Dash romped home in the Transylvania Stakes on Keeneland's opening day card.

    Derby Berth Possible For Transy Winner

    German-bred Flying Dash balked entering the gate in the $100,000 Transylvania Stakes at Keeneland Friday, but was full steam ahead at the wire. Attendance of 14,879 at the Lexington, Ky. track was the largest for a spring opening day since 1985. Attendance last year on opening day was 11,646.

  • Fusaichi Pegasus, ridden by jockey Kent Desormeaux, winning the Jerome Handicap at Belmont Park Saturday. El Corredor came in second.

    Fusaichi Pegasus Game in Return

    Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Fusaichi Pegasus returned to the races Saturday with a visually impressive 3/4-length win over El Corredor in the $150,000 Jerome Handicap (gr. II) at Belmont Park. Under highweight of 124 pounds, conceding from four to 10 pounds to his five rivals, the Neil Drysdale trainee completed the one-turn mile in 1:34.07 over a fast track.