Agnes Gold

2022-10-02 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (G1 wins)0, colt,stallion(male).

Details

Name / Japanese Agnes Gold / アグネスゴールド
Birth Year 1998
Sex horse
Earnings 134,107,000 yen
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 7-4 / 1-0
Sire Sunday Silence
Dam (Sire) Elizabeth Rose (Nortern Taste)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All races

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.   
2000
03/12
Hanshin
T1600
2yo Newcomers 10 1 G
2001
22/01
Kyoto
T2000
Wakakoma Stakes 6 1 G
2001
11/02
Kyoto
T1800
Kisaragi Sho (G3) 6 1 G
2001
18/03
Nakayama
T1800
Fuji TV Sho Spring Stakes (G2) 3 1  G 
2001
23/09
Hanshin
T2000
Kobe Shimbun Hai (G2) 3 8  G 
2001
21/01
Kyoto
T3000
Kikuka Sho (G1) 14 8   
2001
09/12
Hanshin
T2000
Naruo Kinen (G3) 4 3  G 
  • Agnes Gold was the same age as Agnes Tachyon, owned by the same owner and in the same stable.
    The day after Agnes Tachyon debuted and won, Agnes Gold debuted and won.
  • In the Kisaragi Sho, he won his first grade race by 1/2 length over Dantsu Flame.
  • In the Fuji TV Sho Spring Stakes, a pre-race to the Satsuki Sho, he was the 1st favorite and won.
    He had won four straight since his debut.
  • Meanwhile, Agnes Tachyon also won the pre-race for the Satsuki Sho, the Yayoi Sho, his third consecutive win since his debut.
    Agnes Tachyon and Agnes Gold were the two favorites for Satsuki Sho, and they were the center of attention before the Spring Stakes.
    Since both of their jockeys were Hiroshi Kawachi, it was also noteworthy which one Kawachi would choose.
  • However, the day after the Spring Stakes, it was discovered that Agnes Gold had fractured his radius.
    Agnes Gold did not run in the Satsuki Sho and took a long rest.
    Agnes Tachyon won the Satsuki Sho with Kawachi, and was highly expected to win the remaining two classic races, but retired due to injury.
  • Agnes Gold returned in the fall and finished 8th in the Kobe Shimbun Hai.
    He then ran in the Kikuka Sho, but finished 8th, perhaps because he was not suited to long-distance racing.
    In December he finished 3rd in the Naruo Kinen.
  • After the Naruo Memorial, he continued to be plagued by injuries and was eventually unable to return to racing, retiring in 2003.
    As a racehorse, he was unable to show his ability on the major stages due to injury.

As a sire

  • From 2004 he was a stallion in Japan for three years, but there was not much demand for him, so he went to the U.S. in 2007.
  • Then in 2008, he went to Brazil.
    This was to change his destiny.
    He became a great stallion in Brazil.
  • He produced many successful foals in Brazil.
    Janelle Monae, a Triple Crown filly in Rio de Janeiro, and Ivar and In Love, who also raced in the U.S., are well known as his foals.
    Many of his other foals, such as Antonella Baby, Energia Fribby, Mais Que Bonita, Olympic Kremlin, Orfeu Negro, and many others, are active in Brazil.
  • His older brother Fusaichi Zenon was a stallion in the U.S. and his younger brother Limitless Bid was a stallion primarily in Korea.
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