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Deep Brillante

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Deep Brillante - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View DetailsView Video07/21/12Deep Brillante8thAsc61 1/2mTKing George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes-G1 3+ MDanedreamNathanielSt Nicholas Abbey2:31.62
View DetailsView Video05/27/12Deep Brillante1stTok101 1/2mTTokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby)-G1 3 MDeep BrillanteFenomenoTosen Homareboshi2:23.80
View DetailsView Video04/15/12Deep Brillante3rdNak101 1/4 mTSatsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas)-G1 3 MGold ShipWorld AceDeep Brillante2:01.30
View Details03/18/12Deep Brillante2ndNak111 1/8 mTSpring Stakes-G2 3 MGrandezza Deep BrillanteLogi Major1:50.70
View Details02/12/12Deep Brillante2ndTok111 1/8 mTKyodo News Service Hai-G3 3 MGold ShipDeep BrillanteSpielberg1:48.30
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Insight into foreign owned stud farm which bred DP, and why this Irish vet chose to penetrate the JRA. http://edition.cnn.com/video/?/video/sports/2014/01/30/spc-winning-post-harry-sweeney-horse-breeding.cnn&video_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2Furl%3Fsa%3Dt%26rct%3Dj%26q%3D%26esrc%3Ds%26source%3Dweb%26cd%3D1%26ved%3D0CCkQtwIwAA%26url%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fedition.cnn.com%252Fvideo%252Fdata%252F2.0%252Fvideo%252Fsports%252F2014%252F01%252F30%252Fspc-winning-post-harry-sweeney-horse-breeding.cnn.html%26ei%3DWgPtUtKvIMnloATiy4KgBA%26usg%3DAFQjCNE6JWXRhoy-zJC6S_BDhiJNNLxJiw%26sig2%3DiNYntKknW0k_08lhyyR9Aw%26bvm%3Dbv.60444564%2Cd.cGU
We need these bloodlines... 12f in 2:23 4/5
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  • northport · Yes, tendon injury · 1201 days ago
  • theprodigy34 · Japan (and even Europe) are breeding some of the worlds best racehorses right now. Horses that can make more than 10 starts without an injury, horses that can go 12f multiple times, etc. If we lived in a perect world, I would be having Deep Impact or Symboli Kris S. shuttle over to the US, but we all know that the Japanese would never let that happen... · 1201 days ago
Deep Brillante's been running really solid races against the best 3yr.old's in Japan. 2nd in the G2 Japanese 2000 Guineas Trial at 9f, 3rd in the G1 Satsuki Sho(Japanese 2000 Guineas) at 10f, and then comes back to win the G1 Japanese Derby at the 12f trip. Clearly connections think a great deal of this 3yr.old to be sending him all the way from Japan to Royal-Ascot this Saturday for the G1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. But he's going to have his work more than cut out for him going up against several of the top older males and females in Europe in the race. Last year's G1 Arc De Triomphe 1st and 2nd, Danedream and Shareta, are both entered in the King George. As are the likes of last year's King George winner and recent G1 Coral-Eclipse winner, Nathaniel. The G1 BC Turf 1st and 2nd, St Nicholas Abbey and Sea Moon. Also, G1 Melbourne Cup and G1 Hong Kong Vase winner, Dundaden, and last year's G1 English St. Leger winner, Masked Marvel. Looks to be a really deep field for this year's renewal of the King George.

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