|Name / Japanese||Agnes Tachyon / アグネスタキオン|
|Races-Win / G1-Win||4-4 / 1-1|
|Dam (Sire)||Agnes Flora (Royal Ski)|
|Other site link||JBIS / Umanity / en.netkeiba|
|Awards||Leading sire in Japan (2008)|
- His dam is Agnes Flola.
She was 1st in the Oka Sho and 2nd in the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks).
- His grand-dam is Agnes Lady.
She was 1st in the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks).
- His 1-year-old brother is Agnes Flight.
He was 1st in the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby).
- Hiroshi Kawachi is main-jockey for all of them.
Agnes Tachyon’s jockey was also him.
- He was said to be more talented than his brother.
|2000 02/12||Hanshin T2000||Newcomer||4||1||G|
|2000 23/12||Hanshin T2000||Radio Tampa Hai Sansai Stakes (G3)||1||1||G|
|2001 04/03||Tokyo T2400||Hochi Hai Yayoi Sho (G2)||17||1||G|
|2001 15/04||Kyoto T3000||Satsuki Sho (G1)||4||1||◆|
- Agnes Tachyon won the Newcomer-race by 3+1/2 lengths.
- In the Radio Tampa Hai Sansai Stakes, he was the 2nd favorite.
(1st favorite: Kurofune, 2nd favorite: Jungle Pocket)
He won by 2+1/2 lengths and broke the 2-years-old-2000m record time.
Jungle Pocket finished 2nd and Kurofune finished 3rd.
His jockey Hiroshi Kawachi said “I am sure that he is on a different level.”
- In the Yayoi Sho, the track-condition was yielding.
He won the race by 5 length.
The fourth horse was Manhattan Cafe, which was the 3 G1 race winner later.
- In the Satsuki Sho, the first classic race, he was the 1st favorite.
He was expected to be a triple crown horse before the race.
The TV commentator did the commentary on the premise that he would win.
He won by 1+1/2 lengths.
- Many people thought that he would win the triple crown as it is.
But he retired because of flexor tendonitis of left front leg.
- He was sometimes called “the Phantom Triple Crown Horse” after retirement.
As a sire
- Daiwa Scarlet won the four G1 races.
(Oka Sho, Shuka Sho, Queen Elizabeth II Cup and Arima Kinen)
- Deep Sky won the two G1 races.
(NHK Mile Cup and Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby))
- Furthermore, Logic, Captain Thule, Little Amapola and Rêve d’Essor won a G1 race.
- He won the Leading sire in Japan (2008).
He became the first Japanese-born stallion to become a leading sire in 51 years, since Kumohata in 1957.
- He was a good stallion, but his offspring, like him, had weak legs and were prone to injury.
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