Fierement

2021-03-18 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)3, colt,stallion(male), Turf.

Details

Name / Japanese Fierement / フィエールマン
Birth Year 2015
Sex male
Earnings 709,265,000 yen (only Japan)
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 12-5 / 7-3
Sire Deep Impact
Dam (Sire) Lune d’Or (Green Tune)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba
Awards JRA Award for Best Older Male Horse (2020)

All grade races

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl. / E
2018
01/07
Fukushima
T1800
Radio NIKKEI Sho (G3) 6 2  G    
2018
21/10
Kyoto
T3000
Kikuka Sho (G1) 12 1     E 
2019
20/01
Nakayama
T2200
American Jockeys Club Cup (G2) 4 2 G
2019
28/04
Kyoto
T3200
Tenno Sho (spring) (G1) 10 1 E
2019
18/08
Sapporo
T2000
Sapporo Kinen (G2) 9 3 G
2019
06/10
Longchamp
T2400
Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (G1) 6 12  G    
2019
22/12
Nakayama
T2500
Arima Kinen (G1) 5 4 E
2020
03/05
Kyoto
T3200
Tenno Sho (spring) (G1) 14 1 E
2020
01/11
Tokyo
T2000
Tenno Sho (autumn) (G1) 6 2 E
2020
27/12
Nakayama
T2500
Arima Kinen (G1) 13 3 E
  • In the Kikuka Sho, the third classic race, he was 7th favorite.
    He ran in the middle of the pack of horses.
    Etario made an early spurt and took the lead.
    Fierement caught up with Etario and they competed to the finish line.
    Fierement won by a nose.

    It was his first G1 win.
  • In the Tenno Sho (spring 2019), he was 1st favorite.
    Fierement and Glory Vase took the lead at the beginning of the home stretch.
    They fought hard, but Fierement won by a neck.
  • In the Tenno Sho (spring 2020), he was 1st favorite.
    Fierement and Stiffelio finished side by side.
    After a photo judgment, Fierement was declared the winner.
  • In the Tenno Sho (autumn), he finished in 2nd place behind Almond Eye.
  • In the Arima Kinen (2020), he lost to Chrono Genesis and finished 3rd.
    After that race, his leg was swollen and he had a full examination.
    He was expected to become the first horse in history to win three straight JRA G1 turf races at the Tenno Sho (spring) in 2021.
    However, after the examination, his retirement was announced on January 6, 2021.
  • He often had fevers and swollen legs that prevented him from running many races.
    Winning Kikuka Sho in the fourth race and Tenno Sho (spring) in the sixth race is the fewest times in history.
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