With a methodical move to the front with 300 meters to go in the Tenno Sho, Christophe Lemaire guides Justin Palace to his fifth win in...
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.
The 16 nominees boast six runners from the fans’ top choices, including Titleholder, Efforia and Equinox for the 67th running of the Arima Kinen.
Winning jockey Luke Morris grabbed the lead from Kazuo Yokoyama near the end of the prestigious race, which was first held in 1920, in Paris.
Do Deuce, Titleholder, Deep Bond and Stay Foolish are set to compete, with each team taking on the challenge with its own hopes and dreams in...
"I would like to take a leap forward with my experience of winning this time," Agu said after securing Japan’s first-ever stage victory on the tour.
Kazuo Yokoyama’s ride became the first horse since Deep Impact in 2006 to triumph in both the Tenno Sho (Spring) and this race in the same...
His last performance and second G1 victory, the 3,200-meter Tenno Sho (Spring), was a masterpiece. Will the fan favorite repeat the feat of winning this time?
Kazuo Yokoyama joins his father and grandfather as winners of the prestigious race.
Deep Bond returns to the spotlight after a runner-up finish in last year’s race, a 3,200-meter test of speed and endurance.