|Name / Japanese||Deep Brillante / ディープブリランテ|
|Races-Wins / G1-Wins||7-3 / 3-1|
|Dam (Sire)||Love And Bubbles (Loup Sauvage)|
|Other site link||JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba|
|Tokyo Sports Hai Nisai Stakes (G3)||13||1||G|
|Kyodo Tsushin Hai (G3)||2||2||G|
|Fuji TV Spring Stakes (G2)||9||2||G|
|Satsuki Sho (G1)||6||3||◆|
|Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) (G1)||10||1||◆|
|King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1)||10||8||G|
- In the Tokyo Sports Hai Nisai Stakes, he won his first garde-race by 3 lengths.
Just a Way, who would later become the world’s highest rated horse, finished 4th.
- He finished 2nd in the Kyodo Tsushin Hai and Fuji TV Spring Stakes.
He was a horse that ran well, but couldn’t get the win.
- In the Satsuki Sho, the first classic race, he was 3rd favorite.
Gold Ship overtook the other horses and won the race, running easily on the inside of the track, which was in the worst condition on the last corner.
Deep Brillante finished 3rd.
- In the Tokyo Yushun, the second classic race, he was 3rd favorite.
He took the lead 200m before the finish line.
He was almost caught by Fenomeno, who was chasing him from the outside, but won by a nose.
It was his first G1 win.
- He then went on to run in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, but due to the difference in track conditions between Japan and Europe, he finished 8th.
- After returning to Japan, he was preparing for the Kikuka Sho, but developed bowed tendon and retired.
As a stallion
- He has sired several grade race winners.
No horse from his crop has won a G1 race so far.