|Name / Japanese||Miho Shinzan / ミホシンザン|
|Races-Win / G1-Win||19-11 / 7-3|
|Dam (Sire)||Napoli Jo O (Moutiers)|
|Other site link||JBIS / Umanity / en.netkeiba|
|Awards||Yushun Award for Best Three-Year-Old Colt (1985)
Yushun Award for Best Horse By Home-bred Sire (1985, 1986)
JRA Award for Best Horse By Home-bred Sire (1987)
All G1 races
|Satsuki Sho (G1)||13||1||◆|
|Kikuka Sho (G1)||12||1||◆|
|Arima Kinen (G1)||2||2||◆|
|Tenno Sho (Autumn) (G1)||11||3||◆|
|Japan Cup (G1)||6||3||◆|
|Arima Kinen (G1)||1||3||◆|
|Tenno Sho (Spring) (G1)||6||1||◆|
- In the Satsuki Sho, the first classic race, he was 1st favorite.
(Sakura Yutaka O was unable to run in the race due to a broken bone.
Sirius Symboli was unable to run in the race because his owner and trainer caused a ruckus.)
His right front leg was in bad condition.
He won the race by 5 lengths.
He was expected to become a Triple Crown horse, following Mr.C.B. and Symboli Rudolf for three consecutive years.
However, he broke his left front leg because he ran to cover his right leg.
Because of that, he couldn’t run in the second classic race Tokyo Yushun.
- In the Kikuka Sho, the last classic race, he was 1st favorite.
He took the lead in the home stretch and finished first.
- In the Arima Kinen (1985), he was 2nd favorite.
The showdown between him and Symboli Rudolf got attention.
He lost to Symboli Rudolf by 4 lengths.
He finished 2nd.
- In 1986, he was injured in the first race of spring.
He returned in the autumn but couldn’t win the year after all.
According to his jockey Masato Shibata, Miho Shinzan of the year did not run seriously because of fear of injury.
- In the Tenno Sho (Spring), he and Nishino Raiden finished side by side.
As a result of the photo judgment, Miho Shinzan won.
(And later, Nishino Raiden disqualified due to cross running.)
- His sire Shinzan is a legendary horse in Japan and is also called “神の馬 (Divine Horse / God Horse)”.
- Shinzan lived a long time.
He broke the record for longest life expectancy for a thoroughbred in Japan in 1995.
He died on July 13, 1996, at the age of 35.
- Miho Shinzan also lived a long time.
He was expected to surpass the record of his sire, Shinzan.
But he died on December 4, 2014 at the age of 32.
Then the record held by Sinzan was broken by another horse.
- He is a sire of such as My Shinzan and Grand Shinzan.
However, there were no crop who performed very well due to foreign stallion such as Sunday.
The sire-line of Shinzan was disconnected.
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