Fujiyama Kenzan

2021-10-24 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (G1 wins)0, colt,stallion(male), Turf.

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Name / Japanese / Hong Kong Fujiyama Kenzan / フジヤマケンザン / 富士山
Birth Year 1988
Sex male
Earnings 514,913,600 yen (only Japan)
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 38-12 / 11-0
Sire Lucky Cast
Dam (Sire) Waka Suzuran (Contrite)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba
Awards Best Horse By Home-bred Sire (1995)

All G1 races + grade races in which he finished 3rd or higher + races in Hong Kong
(On this site, races outside of Japan are shown in the international grade.)

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.   
1991
03/11
Kyoto
T3000
Kikuka Sho (G1) 10 3   
1991
24/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 6 8   
1991
22/12
Nakayama
T2500
Arima Kinen (G1) 10 10   
1992
08/03
Chukyo
T1800
Chunichi Shimbun Hai (G3) 7 1  G 
1992
27/12
Nakayama
T2500
Arima Kinen (G1) 10 14   
1993
08/08
Niigata
T1600
Sekiya Kinen (G3) 1 2   
1993
31/10
Tokyo
T2000
Tenno Sho (autumn) (G1) 15 9   
1993
21/11
Kyoto
T1600
Mile Championship (G1) 12 8   
1994
23/01
Nakayama
T2200
American Jockey Club Cup (G2) 13 2  G 
1994
13/03
Nakayama
T1800
Nakayama Kinen (G2) 9 2   
1994
15/05
Tokyo
T1600
Yasuda Kinen (G1) 7 11   
1994
09/10
Tokyo
T1800
Mainichi Okan (G2) 1 2   
1994
30/10
Tokyo
T2000
Tenno Sho (autumn) (G1) 12 9   
1994
27/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 5 11   
1994
11/12
Sha Tin
T1800
Hong Kong International Cup (G2)   4  G 
1995
12/03
Nakayama
T1800
Nakayama Kinen (G2) 9 1  G 
1995
01/04
Sha Tin
T2200
Queen Elizabeth II Cup   10  G 
1995
04/06
Kyoto
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 15 11   
1995
09/07
Fukushima
T2000
Tanabata Sho (G3) 11 1  G 
1995
10/12
Sha Tin
T1800
Hong Kong International Cup (G2) 2 1  G 
1996
09/06
Chukyo
T2000
Tokai TV Hai Kinko Sho (G2) 4 1  G 
1996
07/07
Hanshin
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 8 5   
  • Fujiyama Kenzan finished 3rd in the Kikuka Sho.
    He then finished 8th in the Japan Cup and 10th in the Arima Kinen.
  • In the Chunichi Shimbun Hai, he won his first grade race.
  • He continued to have good results in G2 and G3 races, but not in G1 races.
  • He went from Toyama Stable to Tsurudome Stable, and then to Mori Stable, which opened in September 1993.
    Hideyuki Mori later became a pioneer of Japanese horses traveling abroad with Fujiyama Kenzan, Seeking the Pearl, Agnes World, Ski Captain, Pink Kamehameha and others.
  • In the Hong Kong International Cup (1994), he got off to a slow start and finished 4th.
  • In the Queen Elizabeth II Cup, it was his second trip to Hong Kong.
    He was surrounded by a group of horses and could not move, finishing 10th.
  • In the Hong Kong International Cup (1995), he was 8th favorite.
    He got a good position, made his move in the homestretch, and crossed the finish line in 1st place.
    He broke the record time.
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    It was the first foreign major race win by a Japanese horse in 28 years, since Fujino O won the Prix Christian de L’hermite in France in 1967.
    It was the first foreign major flat-race win by a Japanese horse in 36 years, since Hakuchikara won the Washington’s Birthday Handicap in the United States in 1959.
    Fujiyama Kenzan’s victory was highly praised in foreign countries.
    His victories were also appreciated in Japan, where he won the Best Horse By Home-bred Sire (1995) and JRA charged him the same weight as a G1 horse for the Kinko Sho the following year.
    His victory was also significant for the Japanese horse racing industry.
    His sire and dam were also Japanese bred horse.
    While Hakuchikara and Fujino O stayed in the country for a long time and were won by local jockeys, Fujiyama Kenzan went to Hong Kong just before the race and was won by a Japanese jockey.
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