Bamboo Memory

2020-11-10 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)2, colt,stallion(male), Turf.

Details

Name / Japanese Bamboo Memory / バンブーメモリー
Birth Year 1985
Sex male
Earnings 508,108,200 yen
Races-Win / G1-Win 39-8 / 12-2
Sire Morning Frolic
Dam (Sire) Madonna Bamboo (Moubariz)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba
Awards JRA Award for Best Sprinter or Miler (1989, 1990)

All G1 races + grade-races he won

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
1989
14/05
Tokyo
T1600
Yasuda Kinen (G1) 14 1
1989
11/06
Hanshin
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 13 5
1989
29/10
Kyoto
T1400
Swan Stakes (G2) 15 1 G
1989
19/11
Kyoto
T1600
Mile Championship (G1) 4 2  
1989
26/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 5 13
1990
13/05
Tokyo
T1600
Yasuda Kinen (G1) 11 6
1990
10/06
Hanshin
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 4 6  
1990
08/07
Chukyo
T2000
Takamatsunomiya Hai (G2) 2 1 G
1990
28/10
Tokyo
T2000
Tenno Sho (autumn) (G1) 6 3
1990
18/11
Kyoto
T1600
Mile Championship (G1) 5 2
1990
16/12
Nakayama
T1200
Sprinters Stakes (G1) 1 1
1991
12/05
Tokyo
T1600
Yasuda Kinen (G1) 14 3  
1991
09/06
Kyoto
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 9 10
1991
17/11
Kyoto
T1600
Mile Championship (G1) 6 8
  • He’d been in the race a week before the Yasuda Kinen (1989), and he’d finished 3rd in the race.
    He didn’t have much of a track record, and he was just a week away from his previous race in the Yasuda Kinen (1989).
  • In the Yasuda Kinen (1989), he was 10th favorite.
    He stayed off the pace and came from behind in the home stretch.
    He took the lead 50m before the finish-line and won by 1+1/2 lengths.
    It was his first G1 win.
    It was also the first G1 win for his trainer, Kunihiko Take.
  • In the Swan Stakes, he was easy to win by 3 lengths.
  • In the Mile Championship (1989), he was 2nd favorite.
    Oguri Cap was 1st favorite.
    Bamboo Memory took the lead early and opened up a gap on Oguri Cap.
    However Oguri Cap upped the pace and finished alongside Bamboo Memory.
    Bamboo Memory lost by a nose.
  • In 1990, he didn’t have a very good spring season.
    In the autumn season, he got back to form, finishing 3rd in the Tenno Sho (autumn) and 2nd in the Mile Championship.
  • In the Sprinters Stakes, he was 1st favorite.
    He showed a great finishing kick.
    He won by 1+1/2 lengths.
    He broke the Japanese record time.
    It was trainer Kunihiko Take’s first and last G1 victory with jockey Yutaka Take, his son.
  • He won the JRA Award for Best Sprinter or Miler two years in a row.
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