|Name / Japanese / Hong Kong||Lord Kanaloa / ロードカナロア / 龍王|
|Earnings||669,958,000 yen (only Japan)|
|Races-Win / G1-Win||19-13 / 7-6|
|Dam (Sire)||Lady Blossom (Storm Cat)|
|Other site link||JBIS / Umanity / en.netkeiba|
|Awards||JRA Award for Best Sprinter or Miler (2012,2013)
JRA Award for Horse of the Year (2013)
|Honours / Honors||Japan Racing Association Hall of Fame (2018)|
All G1 races + grade-races he won
|2011 26/11||Kyoto T1200||Keihan Hai (G3)||3||1||G|
|2012 28/01||Kyoto T1200||Silk Road Stakes (G3)||7||1||G|
|2012 25/03||Chukyo T1200||Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1)||1||3||◆|
|2012 30/09||Nakayama T1200||Sprinters Stakes (G1)||16||1||◆|
|2012 09/12||Sha Tin T1200||Hong Kong Sprint (G1)||4||1||G|
|Hankyuu Hai (G3)||3||1||G|
|2013 24/03||Chukyo T1200||Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1)||11||1||◆|
|2013 02/06||Tokyo T1600||Yasuda Kinen (G1)||10||1||◆|
|2013 29/09||Nakayama T1200||Sprinters Stakes (G1)||10||1||◆|
|2013 08/12||Sha Tin T1200||Hong Kong Sprint (G1)||1||1||G|
- In the Keihan Hai, He won by 1+1/2 lengths.
It was his first grade-race win.
- In the Takamatsunomiya Kinen (2012), he was the 1st favorite.
He lost to Curren Chan who was in the same stable.
- In the Sprinters Stakes (2012), he was the 2nd favorite.
He passed Curren Chan in the home stretch and won.
It was his first G1 win
- In the Hong Kong Sprint (2012), he was the 4th favorite.
He showed a great performance.
He won by 2+1/2 lengths.
He is the first Japanese horse to win the Hong Kong Sprint.
His trainer said “I think Hong Kong Sprint is the best sprint-race in the world, so it’ s like a dream come true to win it.”
- He won the JRA Award for Best Sprinter or Miler (2012).
- In 2013 (age 5), he showed a high performance.
- In the Yasuda Kinen, he won his first mile-G1-race.
- In the Hong Kong Sprint (2013), it was a last race for him.
He was the 1st favorite.
He showed a great performance again.
He won by 5 lengths, it was an unusual margin at 1200m-race.
- He won the JRA Award for Best Sprinter or Miler (2013) and the JRA Award for Horse of the Year (2013).
- He is the best sprinter ever in Japan.
(There are a few old fans who say that Sakura Bakushin O is the number one sprinter.)
He was selected for the Japan Racing Association Hall of Fame (2018).
As a sire (As of 2020)
- Almond Eye won seven G1 races.
- Stelvio won the Mile Champioship.
- Saturnalia won the Hopeful Stakes and Satsuki Sho.
- Red le Zele won the JBC Sprint.
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