*Jockey is assumed.
“All Comer G2” (24th, Nakayama)
The title holders will compete in the first match of the fall in hopes of regaining their title. One week ago, the chasing race was at Miho W with a time of 6F, 83 seconds, 0-11 seconds, and 3 seconds. Mr. Kurita seemed satisfied, saying, “I had him check various things, such as compromises, areas where he got discouraged, front conversions, etc. I felt like I was running, and it was definitely better than last week.” The spring season of the Tenno Sho Spring ended in an unexpected way due to the unexpected cancellation of the race. I can’t lose here.
Last year’s champion Gerardina is aiming for a consecutive victory. One week ago, he marked 6F 85 seconds 2-11 seconds 4 at Ritto CW. He has shown improvement over time and is now ready for his return match. In her previous race, Takarazuka Kinen, she lost ground in the end and could only finish in fourth place, but she showed her determination as she briefly looked over the front in the straight line. She will be competing with Stallion again this year.
Rosham Park won the major prize for the first time at Hakodate Kinen. It was an impactful victory that allowed him to break through from the midfield to a completely different level, and give him hope for the future. A quality horse that inherits the blood of the famous mare Air Groove. He has shown great potential since he was 3 years old, but he is now starting to show his potential. He has won three straight races and is poised to carry the momentum into the G1 competition in the fall.
Ehito, who scored his second major win at the Kokura Kinen, is also a force to be reckoned with. He decided not to win the Summer 2000 Series and will pitch his best in the fall. At this stage, he finished 2nd in the AJCC, so there is no problem with extending the distance. Winn Marilyn, who is aiming for a comeback after finishing 9th at Sapporo Kinen, also wants to achieve solid results for her big target, the US BC.
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