Fenomeno

2020-10-28 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)2, colt,stallion(male), Turf.

Details

Name / Japanese Fenomeno / フェノーメノ
Birth Year 2009
Sex male
Earnings 629,108,000 yen
Races-Win / G1-Win 18-7 / 9-2
Sire Stay Gold
Dam (Sire) De Laroche (Danehill)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All G1 races + grade-races he won

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
2012
28/04
Tokyo
T2400
TV Tokyo Hai Aoba Sho (G2) 7 1 G
2012
27/05
Tokyo
T2400
Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) (G1) 11 2
2012
17/09
Nakayama
T2200
ST. Lite Kinen (G2) 12 1 G 
2012
28/10
Tokyo
T2000
Tenno Sho (autumn) (G1) 4 2
2012
25/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 4 5
2013
23/03
Nakayama
T2500
Nikkei Sho (G2) 14 1 G
2013
28/04
Kyoto
T3200
Tenno Sho (spring) (G1) 6 1  
2013
23/06
Hanshin
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 3 4
2014
04/05
Kyoto
T3200
Tenno Sho (spring) (G1) 7 1
2014
02/11
Tokyo
T2000
Tenno Sho (autumn) (G1) 9 14
2014
30/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 16 8  
2014
28/12
Nakayama
T2500
Arima Kinen (G1) 10 10
  • In the TV Tokyo Hai Aoba Sho, he was 1st favorite.
    He won by 2+1/2 lengths.
    It was his first G1 win.
    He won the right to run in the Tokyo Yushun.
  • In the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby), the second classic race, he was 5th favorite.
    World Ace was 1st favorite, Gold Ship was 2nd favorite and Deep Brillante was 3rd favorite.
    Deep Brillante took 200m before the finish-line.
    Fenomeno just caught up to Deep Brillante at the finish-line.
    As a results of photo judgement, Fenomeno was 2nd.
  • In the ST. Lite Kinen, he won by 1 length.
    His connections chose the Tenno Sho (autumn) as his next race, not the Kikuka Sho at Kyoto Racecourse.
    (Kikuka Sho is a 3000m race, so it seemed like a long distance for him.
    And he had a good results at Tokyo Racecourse.)
  • In the Tenno Sho (autumn 2012), he was 1st favorite.
    He lost to Eishin Flash by 1/2 lengths.
    In retrospect, you could argue that the 3,000m race, Kikuka Sho, might have been better.
    (There wasn’t a good horse in this year’s Kikuka Sho except for Goldship.)
  • In the Tenno Sho (spring 2013), he was 2nd favorite.
    Gold Ship was by far the most favorite.
    Fenomeno took the lead at the beginning of the home stretch.
    He won the race by 1+1/4 lengths ahead of Tosen Ra.
    It was his first G1 win.
  • In the Tenno Sho (spring 2014), he was 4th favorite.
    He took the lead in the home stretch.
    He won by a neck.
  • In 2015 (age 5), his connections have set their sights on a third straight Tenno SHo (spring) win.
    But he was injured right before the Tenno Sho (spring) and retired.

Episode

  • He wasn’t temperamental, which was unusual for Stay Gold’s crops.
    He followed his jockey’s instructions, which is why he was so strong in long-distance races.
  • He was called “豆チン / Mame Chin” by his trainer.
    Because when the trainer first saw him, he looked like a black bean.
    (“Bean” is the Japanese word for “豆 / Mame”.)
    Here’s a video of him responding to being called “Mâme Chin”.
    Youtube
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