Bamboo Ere

2021-08-22 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Dirt G1 wins)1, colt,stallion(male), Dirt.

Details

Name / Japanese Bamboo Ere / バンブーエール
Birth Year 2003
Sex male
Earnings 346,722,000 yen (only Japan)
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 25-10 / 5-1
Sire Afleet
Dam (Sire) Rainbow Wood (Rainbow Quest)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All grade races

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.   
2006
03/06
Tokyo
D1600
Unicorn Stakes (G3) 13 5  G 
2006
12/07
Ohi
D2000
Japan Dirt Derby (G1) 8 2  G 
2006
18/09
Morioka
D2000
Derby Grand Prix (G1) 2 2   
2007
21/01
Kyoto
D1800
Heian Stakes (G3) 9 16  G 
2007
12/02
Saga
D2000
Saga Kinen (G3) 2 12   
2008
13/07
Hanshin
D1400
Procyon Stakes (G3) 8 4  G 
2008
03/11
Sonoda
D1400
JBC Sprint (G1) 4 1   
2009
01/02
Tokyo
D1400
Negishi Stakes (G3) 2 5  G 
2009
22/02
Tokyo
D1600
February Stakes (G1) 5 8   
2009
28/03
Nad Al Sheba
D1200
Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1) 11 4  G 
2009
27/05
Urawa
D1400
Sakitama Hai (G3) 12 2   
2009
12/07
Hanshin
D1400
Procyon Stakes (G3) 12 3  G 
2009
14/08
Morioka
D1200
Cluster Cup (G3) 13 1   
2009
30/09
Ohi
D1200
Tokyo Hai (G2) 5 1  G 
  • Since his debut he has had an inconsistent racing performance.
    As a three-year-old, he ran well, finishing 2nd in the Japan Dirt Derby and Derby Grand Prix.
  • In 2007, he broke his left knee and had to take a long break.
  • A year and two months later he returned in the Procyon Stakes.
    He then went on to win three consecutive limited races and ran in the JBC Sprint.
  • In the JBC Sprint, he was 2nd favorite.
    He took the lead right from the start of the race.
    He went on to win by a length over the 2d place finisher, Smart Falcon.
    It was his first G1 win.
  • He the won the Cluster Cup and Tokyo Hai.

As a sire

  • He has been a stallion since 2012, but was not in much demand.
    From 2012 to 2018, the number of breeding horses was around 10 each year.
    However, his horses had a high winning percentage and AEI.
    His excellence as a stallion has been recognized, and he’s sired 26 horses in 2019 and 38 in 2020.
  • In 2021, Castle Top, born in 2018, won the Japan Dirt Derby.
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