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  • Hip 107 by Deep Impact out of Awesome Feather

    Record Gross, Average at JRHA Yearling Sale

    Deep Impact offspring dominated the top of the market at the yearling session of the JRHA select sale July 11 with eight in the top 10 highest prices, including the first six best sellers that were topped by a colt out of champion Awesome Feather.

  • Gold Ship wins the Tenno Sho Spring.
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    Gold Ship Sails to Breakthrough Tenno Sho Win

    Trying to win the Tenno Sho (Spring) (Jpn-I) for the third time after two previously unsuccessful attempts, Gold Ship finally broke through to win the race May 3 at Kyoto.

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    Gold Ship Repeats in Takarazuka Kinen

    Gold Ship overcame a tardy start and scored an unprecedented second straight win in the Takarazuka Kinen (Jpn-I) June 29 at Hanshin racecourse.

  • Fenomeno wins the Tenno Sho Spring.
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    Fenomeno Returns for Second Tenno Sho Win

    Fenomeno, making his second start of a comeback from injury, fought off two determined rivals to win the Tenno Sho (Spring) (Jpn-I) May 4 at Kyoto Racecourse.

  • Red Reveur wins the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies.
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    Red Reveur Upsets Hanshin Juvenile Fillies

    Red Reveur kept her perfect record intact Dec. 8 when holding back hard-charging race favorite Harp Star by a nose in a rousing finish to the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies (Jpn-I).

  • Orfevre Coasts to Second Prix Foy Triumph

    Japanese star Orfevre will get a second crack at the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (Fr-I) after capturing the Qatar Prix Foy (Fr-II) for the second straight year Sept. 15 at Longchamp.

  • Gold Ship wins the Takarazuka Kinen.
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    Gold Ship's Hanshin Win Secures BC Turf Slot

    Dual Japanese classic winner Gold Ship earned a Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT) berth when shaking off Gentildonna and charging past leader Danon Ballade for a clear win in the Takarazuka Kinen (Jpn-I) June 23 at Hanshin.

  • Gold Ship wins the Arima Kinen.
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    Gold Ship Sails Last to First in Arima Kinen

    Favorite and dual classic winner Gold Ship scored a thrilling come-from-behind tour de force in the Arima Kinen (Jpn-I), Japan's season finale and all-star race Dec. 23 at Nakayama.

  • Dark Shadow

    American Bloodlines Dominate Japan Cup

    When the 17 horses enter the starting gate at Tokyo Racecourse Nov. 25 for the 32nd Japan Cup (Jpn-I), nearly every one of them will bring North American bloodlines to the task.

  • Orfevre
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    Orfevre's Triple Crown Revives Family

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter<br />Though his female family has been relatively quiet recently, Orfevre delivered some new life by becoming Japan's seventh Triple Crown winner.

  • Orfevre wins the Kikuka Sho to take the Japan Triple Crown.

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    Orfevre Completes Japanese Triple Crown

    Orfevre became the seventh Japanese Triple Crown winner Oct. 23 when he registered a 2 1/2-length victory as a strong favorite in the $2.7 million Kikuka Sho (Jpn-I), or Japanese St. Leger, at Kyoto Racecourse.

  • Orfevre wins the Japanese Derby

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    Favored Orfevre Wins Japanese Derby

    Sunday Racing Company's Orfevre became the first horse in five years to win the first two legs of the Japanese Triple Crown when he won the Japanese Derby (Jpn-I) before a crowd of 82,240 May 29 at Tokyo Racecourse.

  • Hong Kong Report: Japanese Successes

    In the week leading up to the Hong Kong International Races, the buzz during morning track works at the Sha Tin Racecourse was that Japan would have a very good day on Sunday. No kidding. Four races were run. Three times, the Japanese national anthem followed the winning ceremony, capped by the victory of Agnes Digital in the HK$18 million Hong Kong Cup.

  • Silvano, shown winning the Arlington Million.

    Silvano Draws Outside Post in Hong Kong Cup

    Arlington Million winner Silvano was installed the 9-2 third choice when he drew the outside post position 14 for Sunday's Hong Kong Cup that highlights and international card of four graded races at Sha Tin Racecourse. Jim and Tonic will break from post five as the 3-1 favorite in the 1 1/4-mile race.

  • Timboroa, shown winning the Turf Classic, is one of four American horses seeking victory in the Japan Cup.

    U.S. Tries to End 10-Year Drought in Japan Cup; ESPN News Showing Race

    There are many questions going into Sunday's 21st running of the Japan Cup (Jpn-I), whose nearly $4-million purse makes it one of the world's richest races. But first and foremost on the minds of many American racing fans is whether or not the four-horse U.S. contingent can break a 10-year victory drought in the 2,400 meter turf race.

  • Stay Gold Pulls Dubai Sheema Classic Upset

    Stay Gold, a Japanese-bred son of Sunday Silence, caught Godolphin Racing's highly touted Fantastic Light at the wire to win the Dubai Sheema Classic (UAE-II) on the World Cup card at Nad al Sheba racecourse. Ridden by Yutaka Take, Stay Gold was set down in the stretch just to catch Fantastic Light and win by a nose bob at the wire.

  • Stay Gold Pulls Dubai Sheema Classic Upset

    Stay Gold, a Japanese-bred son of Sunday Silence, caught Godolphin Racing's highly touted Fantastic Light at the wire to win the Dubai Sheema Classic (UAE-II) on the World Cup card at Nad al Sheba racecourse. Ridden by Yutaka Take, Stay Gold was set down in the stretch just to catch Fantastic Light and win by a nose bob at the wire.

  • Stay Gold Pulls Dubai Sheema Classic Upset

    Stay Gold, a Japanese-bred son of Sunday Silence, caught Godolphin Racing's highly touted Fantastic Light at the wire to win the Dubai Sheema Classic (UAE-II) on the World Cup card at Nad al Sheba racecourse. Ridden by Yutaka Take, Stay Gold was set down in the stretch just to catch Fantastic Light and win by a nose bob at the wire.