Kinshasa no Kiseki

2020-08-18 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)2, colt,stallion(male), Turf G1 wins.

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Name / Japanese Kinshasa no Kiseki / キンシャサノキセキ
Birth Year 2003
Sex male
Earnings 785,306,000 yen
Races-Win / G1-Win 31-12 / 10-2
Sire Fuji Kiseki
Dam (Sire) Keltshaan (Pleasant Colony)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba
Awards JRA Award for Best Sprinter or Miler (2010)
  • “The Rumble in the Jungle (Wikipedia)” is called “Kinshasa no Kiseki” in Japan.
    Kiseki” means “Miracle” in Japanese.
  • Kinshasa no Kiseki was a Fuji Kiseki’s crop born in Australia.

All G1 races + grade-races he won

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
2006
07/05
Tokyo
T1600
NHK Mile Cup (G1) 15 3
2006
19/11
Kyoto
T1600
Mile Championship (G1) 14 5
2008
30/03
Chukyo
T1200
Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) 10 2  
2008
06/07
Hakodate
T1200
Hakodate Sprint Stakes (G3) 6 1 G
2008
05/10
Nakayama
T1200
Sprinters Stakes (G1) 15 2
2009
29/03
Chukyo
T1200
Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) 9 10
2009
04/10
Nakayama
T1200
Sprinters Stakes (G1) 4 12  
2009
31/10
Kyoto
T1400
Mainichi Hoso Sho Swan Stakes (G2) 12 1 G
2009
20/12
Hanshin
T1400
Hanshin Cup (G2) 2 1 G
2010
06/03
Nakayama
T1200
Yukan Fuji Ocean Stakes (G3) 3 1 G
2010
28/03
Chukyo
T1200
Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) 6 1  
2010
03/10
Nakayama
T1200
Sprinters Stakes (G1) 14 2
2010
21/11
Kyoto
T1600
Mile Championship (G1) 17 13
2010
18/12
Hanshin
T1400
Hanshin Cup (G2) 14 1 G 
2011
27/03
Chukyo
T1200
Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) 4 1
  • He was inadequate to win a grade-race until he was five years old.
  • In the Takamatsunomiya Kinen (2008), he lost to Fine Grain by a neck.
    He showed a good run.
  • In the Hakodate Sprint Stakes, he won by a neck.
    It was his first grade-race win.
  • In the Sprinters Stakes (2008), he lost to Sleepless Night.
    He finished in 2nd place.
  • In 2009 (age 6), he finished below 10th in 3 consecutive races.
    But in the Swan Stakes, he was back in a good form.
  • In the Takamatsunomiya Kinen (2010), he was 1st favorite.
    He took the lead in the home stretch.

    He won by a nose.
    It was his first G1 win at the age of seven.
    It was a first time that a horse born in the Southern Hemisphere trained in Japan wins a Japanese GI race.
  • He won the JRA Award for Best Sprinter or Miler (2010).
  • In the Takamatsunomiya Kinen (2011), he was 3rd favorite.
    he won by 1+1/4 lengths.

    The twice victory of the Takamatsunomiya Kinen in a row was the first time in history.
    He retired after the race.
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