|Name / Japanese||Daring Tact / デアリングタクト|
|Races-Win / G1-Win||– / –|
|Other site link||JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba|
All G1 races
|Track||Race||No.||Pl.|| / E
|Oka Sho (G1)||9||1||◆||E|
|Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) (G1)||4||1||◆||E|
|Shuka Sho (G1)||13||1||◆||E|
- Before the Oka Sho, the first classic race, her racing results were 2 wins out of 2 races.
She was in danger of being eliminated because of the lack of prize money she’d earned, but in the end, she got into the race.
She was 2nd favorite because she had a great run in her two races so far.
Resistencia, the 2-year-old queen, was 1st favorite.
In the race, Resistencia took the lead in the home stretch.
Daring Tact passed Resistencia and finished in 1st place.
It was her first G1 win.
- In the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks), the second classic race, she was 1st favorite.
Because Resistencia wasn’t in the race, it looked like she was going to win easily, but she struggled to get blocked by other horses.
However she showed a great finishing kick.
She ran the fastest last three furlongs in Oaks history.
She won the Double Crown undefeated.
- In the Shuka Sho, the last classic race, she was 1st favorite.
There has never been an undefeated Triple Crown filly before in Japan.
The crowd that wasn’t there because of COVID-19 was back in limited numbers.
She showed a good run and won by 1+1/4 lengths.
She became the first undefeated Triple Crown filly in history.
—–This horse is still active.—–This article will be added later.—–
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Tags: Triple Crown
She’s also become the first horse to be adapted into a horse girl while being an active horse.