Four horses vied for the Tokyo Yushun title after pacesetter Pax Ottomanica faded late, and Tastiera held off Sol Oriens, Hearts Concerto and Bellagio Opera.
Making his third career start in the Satsuki Sho, Sol Oriens won for the third time with a powerful come-from-behind effort to maintain a perfect career...
Guided by Yuga Kawada, the JRA's leading jockey in 2023, race favorite Liberty Island adroitly moved from the back of the Oka Sho pack to the...
French jockey Lemaire, who won his first Arima Kinen aboard Heart's Cry in 2005, steers race favorite Equinox to his second Grade 1 victory this year.
Since last year's Arima Kinen, Efforia has struggled to produce successful results in races. But trainer Yuichi Shikato believes he's now on the right track.
Hironobu Tanabe guided the 3-year-old colt past frontrunner Seiun Hades with about 800 meters to go. Ask Victor More set a track record in the process.
The favorite, Stars on Earth, finished third, sprinting from near the back of the pack into contention over the final stretch of the 2,000-meter race.
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Takeshi Yokoyama and the 3-year-old bay colt made a strategic late surge and took the lead with about 4 seconds remaining.
Fresh off his Tenno Sho (Autumn) triumph, Efforia races toward the title of Grand Prix Horse at full strength.
The 4-year-old overcame a slow start in the 2,200-meter race to earn her first Japan Racing Association Grade I victory.