Sparked by a "perfect start," according to trainer Yoshito Yahagi, jockey Yutaka Yoshida and Panthalassa win the world's richest horse race.
Ryusei Sakai steers race favorite Lemon Pop to a 1½-length win over Red le Zele in the February Stakes, the JRA's first Grade 1 race of...
Veteran jockey Yuichi Fukunaga is planning to retire at the end of February and become a trainer. He was the JRA's winningest jockey in 2011 and...
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.
The 2021 Tokyo Yushun winner competed in big races in the United Arab Emirates and England in March and June, respectively, before returning home.
“I’m glad that we were able to hold the series this year and that foreign jockeys were able to join us.” ー Yutaka Take, winning jockey.
"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.
The winning duo finished in a race-record 2 minutes, 21.9 seconds, earning Take his sixth Japanese Derby title.
Jockey Yuichi Fukunaga aims for his third consecutive triumph in the marquee Grade 1 race at Tokyo Racecourse.
Yuga Kawada collected his 20th career Japan Racing Association Grade I win, taking the lead with 100 meters remaining in a pulsating performance.
Yuichi Fukunaga pilots the 3-year-old colt to a dramatic victory at the wire in the first leg of this year’s Japanese Triple Crown.
The Japan Racing Association’s current season features 24 Grade I races at the nation’s racecourses between February and December.