Fusaichi Pandora

2021-01-19 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)1, filly,mare(female), Turf.

Details

Name / Japanese Fusaichi Pandora / フサイチパンドラ
Birth Year 2003
Sex female
Earnings 378,113,000 yen
Races-Win / G1-Win 21-4 / 9-1
Sire Sunday Silence
Dam (Sire) Lotta Lace (Nureyev)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All G1 races + grade-races in which she finished third or higher

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
2005
04/12
Hanshin
T1600
Hanshin Juvenile Fillies (G1) 16 3   
2006
18/03
Nakayama
T1800
Flower Cup (G3) 6 2   
2006
09/04
Hanshin
T1600
Oka Sho (G1) 17 14
2006
21/05
Tokyo
T2400
Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) (G1) 2 2
2006
17/09
Chukyo
T2000
Kansai TV Sho Rose Stakes (G2) 8 3 G
2006
15/10
Kyoto
T2000
Shuka Sho (G1) 5 3
2006
12/11
Kyoto
T2200
Queen Elizabeth II Cup (G1) 15 1
2006
26/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 8 5
2007
28/02
Kawasaki
D2100
Empress Hai (G2) 12 2   
2007
13/05
Tokyo
T1600
Victoria Mile (G1) 5 12
2007
02/09
Sapporo
T2000
Sapporo Kinen (G1) 1 1 G
2007
11/11
Kyoto
T2200
Queen Elizabeth II Cup (G1) 12 2
2007
25/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 12 9
  • In the Oka Sho, the first classic race, she finished 14th.
  • In the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks), the second classic race, she lost to Kawakami Princess by 3/4 lengths.
  • In the Shuka Sho, the third crown, she finished 3rd.
    Kawakami Princess finished 1st.
  • In the Queen Elizabeth II Cup (2006), she was 7th favorite.
    Kawakami Princess was 1st favorite and Sweep Tosho was 2nd favorite.
    Kawakami Princess took the lead and crossed the finish line in first place.
    Fusaichi Pandora finished 2nd and Sweep Tosho finished 3rd.
    But Kawakami Princess was dropped to 12th place for blocking the path of Yamanin Sucre.
    It was the first time in 15 years that a first-place finisher had been dropped in a G1 race in Japan, since the Tenno Sho, won by Prekrasnie after Mejiro McQueen was dropped.
    With this victory, an all generations’ crop of Sunday Silence has won a G1 race.
  • She had a few good runs after that and retired.

As a dam

  • Her mare-line includes Best in Show, one of the best in the world.
    She was also a very promising broodmare.
    But her crops didn’t do so well, and she died in 2017.
  • After her death, her crop, Almond Eye, was very successful.
    Almond Eye became a Triple Crown filly in 2018.
    She went on to have a very successful career.
    She became the first Japanese horse to win eight turf G1 races, and then retired after winning her nine turf G1 races.
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