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2014 Sankei Osaka Hai (G2)

Date/Track:
4/6/2014, Hanshin-JPN
Distance:
1 1/4 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
4+ M
Time:
2:00.30
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Older Comments about the 2014 Sankei Osaka Hai (G2)...

What a loaded field for the G2 Osaka Hai (1 1/4, turf, Hanshin). You have Japanese St. Leger (G1) winner Epiphanaeia, Japanese Derby (G1) winner and Arc 4th Kizuna, and Japanese Oaks (G1), Shuka Sho (G1 - last leg of fillies Triple Crown), and QEII (G1) winner Meisho Mambo. Everyone is still buzzing about Just a Way, but Japan looks to have no shortage of stars at home either! I think I like Kizuna to win.
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  • Northport · Yeah the 1000 Guineas are the 13th. I get most of my information from the Japanese members of Thoroughbred Champions' Forum (one member, Tachyon, is incredibly helpful and friendly). I haven't heard much hype over there about her, you could ask though - I wonder if Red Reveur is planning on a tilt at the Guineas · 166 days ago
  • Northport · Kizuna comes from behind to win nicely in a hand ride, Epiphaneia was 3rd and Meisho Mambo was 7th · 165 days ago

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