Awardee

2022-07-05 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Dirt G1 wins)1, colt,stallion(male), Dirt.

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Name / Japanese Awardee / アウォーディー
Birth Year 2010
Sex horse
Earnings 435,104,000 yen
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 42-10 / 11-1
Sire Jungle Pocket
Dam (Sire) Heavenly Romance (Sunday Silence)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All G1 races + grade races in which he finished 3rd or higher + Auckland Racing Club Trophy

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.   
2015
19/09
Hanshin
D1800
Auckland Racing Club Trophy 6  
2015
03/10
Hanshin
D2000
Sirius Stakes (G3) 2 1  G 
2016
17/03
Nagoya
D1900
Nagoya Daishoten (G3) 2 1  G 
2016
16/04
Hanshin
D1800
Antares Stakes (G3) 9 1  G 
2016
28/09
Funabashi
D1800
Nippon TV Hai (G2) 10 1  G 
2016
03/11
Kawasaki
D2100
JBC Classic (G1) 9 1   
2016
04/12
Chukyo
D1800
Champions Cup (G1) 2 2   
2016
29/12
Ohi
D2000
Tokyo Daishoten (G1) 8 2   
2017
25/03
Meydan
D2000
Dubai World Cup (G1) 7 5  G 
2017
28/06
Ohi
D2000
Teio Sho (G1) 2 3  G 
2017
03/11
Ohi
D2000
JBC Classic (G1) 1 4   
2017
03/12
Chukyo
D1800
Champions Cup (G1) 11 5   
2018
31/01
Kawasaki
D2100
Kawasaki Kinen (G1) 3 3  G 
2018
18/02
Tokyo
D1600
February Stakes (G1) 4 9    / E 
2018
31/03
Meydan
D2000
Dubai World Cup (G1) 1 6  G 
2018
27/06
Ohi
D2000
Teio Sho (G1) 7 8   
  • He debuted trained by trainer Mikio Matsunaga, who was the main jockey for his dam Heavenly Romance.
    He ran turf races for two and a half years after his debut, winning four, but he switched to dirt races to win more.
  • He made his dirt racing debut at the Auckland Racing Club Trophy and won.
    He was already 5 years old.
  • In the Sirius Stakes, he won by 3 lengths.
    It was his first grade race win.
    His jockey, Yutaka Take, won his 300th JRA grade race.
  • In the Nagoya Daishoten, he won by a large margin (over 10 lengths) over the 2nd-place finisher.
  • In the JBC Classic (2016), he was the 2nd favorite.
    He won the race beating such talented horses as Hokko Tarumae, Copano Rickey, Sound True, and Nonkono Yume.
  • In the Champions Cup (2016), he was the 1st favorite.
    He took the lead briefly in the homestretch but was overtaken by Sound True.
    His younger brother, Lani, also ran in the race.
  • In the Tokyo Daishoten, he was the 1st favorite but lost to Apollo Kentucky.
  • In the Dubai World Cup (2017), he and Lani went to Dubai to run.
    He finished in 5th place, the highest placed among the Japanese horses.
  • He had several good races after that.
    After the Imperial Prize on June 27, 2018, he rested but was euthanized on August 6 due to a broken bone.

His Pedigree

  • He is the crop of Jungle Pocket and Heavenly Romance, but since he was born in the U.S., he is officially an American-born, Japanese-trained horse.
  • His younger sister, Amour Briller, did not win any G1 races but was successful in many dirt races.
  • Lani, the first Japanese-trained horse ever to win the UAE Derby and the first ever to run in all three U.S. classic races, is his younger brother.
  • His pedigree of his sire, Jungle Pocket, and dam, Heavenly Romance, is probably the reason he ran turf races and was late to switch to dirt racing.
    If he had switched to dirt racing earlier, he would have had more success.
    He was active in dirt racing, and it must be said that he is unique as a Jungle Pocket crop.
  • It is regrettable that he was not able to work as a stallion, as he is a unique Jungle Pocket colt.
    As of 2022, the survival of Tony Bin sire line, including Jungle Pocket line, is quite hopeless.
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