TENNO SHO (SPRING) (G1)

Race 10 at Kyoto on May 2, 2010

  • Grade I
  • 2M
  • $256,840,000
  • 4 yo's & up Unkown Sex Restriction
  • 8:00 PM
  • 3:15.70
Order of Finish
1

Jaguar Mail (JPN)

Jungle Pocket (JPN)  – Haya Beni Komachi (JPN)

6YO

$135,948,000
  • J:WILLIAMS CRAIG A
  • T:HORI NORIYUKI
  • B:Aioi Farm
  • O:KAZUMI YOSHIDA
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Jungle Pocket (JPN) , Bay, 1998. Lifetime: 97 yearlings sold, median $76,483.
  • Broodmare Sire: Sunday Silence , Dark Bay or Brown, 1986.
2

Meiner Kitz (JPN)

Chief Bearhart  – Takara Kanna (JPN)

7YO

$54,128,000
  • J:MATSUOKA MASAMI
  • T:KUNIEDA SAKAE
  • B:Big Red Farm
  • O:K THOROUGHBRED CLUB RUFFIAN
  • Margin:¾
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Chief Bearhart , Chestnut, 1993. Lifetime: 2 yearlings sold, median $48,761.
  • Broodmare Sire: Soccer Boy (JPN) , Chestnut, 1985.
3

Meisho Dontaku (JPN)

Manhattan Cafe (JPN)  – Mystic Light (GB)

4YO

$33,564,000
  • J:TAKE KOSHIRO
  • T:HONDA MASARU
  • B:TAIYO BOKUJO
  • O:YOSHIO MATSUMOTO
  • Margin:5
  • TrueNicks: A
  • Sire: Manhattan Cafe (JPN) , Dark Bay or Brown, 1998. Lifetime: 54 yearlings sold, median $174,390.
  • Broodmare Sire: Machiavellian , Dark Bay or Brown, 1987.
4

5YO

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5

7YO

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6

4YO

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7

4YO

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8

7YO

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8YO

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10

5YO

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6YO

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5YO

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10YO

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4YO

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4YO

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6YO

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9YO

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6YO

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Keeneland Sales Graduate denotes Keeneland Sales Graduate
  • Kitasan Black finished in course record that was nearly a full second better than Deep Impact's time from 11 years prior

    Kitasan Black Dominates in Tenno Sho

    Kitasan Black, reigning Japanese Horse of the Year, dominated a tough field in the Tenno Sho Spring (G1) at Kyoto April 30, chasing down the runaway leader and sweeping to a 1 1/4-length victory.

  • Fenomeno wins the Tenno Sho.
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    Fenomeno Shows Staying Power in Tenno Sho

    With stamina to spare as he crossed the finish line, Fenomeno won the US$3,437,000 Tenno Sho (Spring) (Jpn-I) from Tosen Ra and globetrotter Red Cadeaux in a breakthrough victory April 28 at Kyoto.

  • Red Cadeaux wins the Hong Kong Vase.

    Red Cadeaux Captures Tight Hong Kong Vase

    Red Cadeaux, making his third group I start in five weeks, won a tight stretch battle with Jaguar Mail to capture the Longines Hong Kong Vase (HK-I) Dec. 9 by a short head.

  • 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.

  • Buena Vista rallies late to win the Japan Cup.

    Buena Vista Earns Japan Cup Redemption

    Buena Vista, disqualified from first to second for interference in last year's Japan Cup (Jpn-I), found no such problems this year. The 5-year-old mare surged late to win the $6.1 million event Nov. 27 at Tokyo Racecourse.

  • Hiruno d'Amour wins the Emporer's Cup Spring.

    Hiruno d'Amour Prevails in Tenno Sho Spring

    Hiruno d'Amour completed a father-son double in the $3.2 million Tenno Sho Spring (Jpn-I) May 1 at Kyoto Racecourse, matching his sire Manhattan Cafe while landing his first grade I by a half-length over Eishin Flash.

  • Doctor Dino (center, shadow roll) gets up in a thrilling finish of the Dec. 14 Hong Kong Vase.

    Doctor Dino Doubles Up in HK Vase

    Doctor Dino returned to Sha Tin to land back-to-back victories in the Dec. 14 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase (HK-I). In a thrilling finish, he topped the luckless Purple Moon by a head in the HK$14 million (US$1.82 million) race.

  • Admire Jupiter Orbits Tenno Sho Spring

    Admire Jupiter, one of four horses entered by owner Riichi Kondo, held off defending champion Meisho Samson by a head to win the US$2.4 million Tenno Sho (Spring) before 81,760 at Kyoto Racecourse May 4.

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