Moanin

2021-09-22 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Dirt G1 wins)1, colt,stallion(male), Dirt.

Details

Name / Japanese Moanin / モーニン
Birth Year 2012
Sex male
Earnings 287,375,000 yen (only Japan)
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 28-8 / 9-1
Sire Henny Hughes
Dam (Sire) Giggly (Distorted Humor)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All G1 races + grade races in which he finished 3rd or higher + Korea Sprint

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl. / E
2015
14/11
Tokyo
D1600
Tokyo Chunichi Sports Hai Musashino Stakes (G3) 5 3 G  
2016
31/01
Tokyo
D1400
Negishi Stakes (G3) 15 1 G  
2016
21/02
Tokyo
D1600
February Stakes (G1) 14 1      
2016
05/05
Funabashi
D1600
Kashiwa Kinen (G1) 11 8  G    
2016
28/09
Funabashi
D1800
Nippon TV Hai (G2) 5 2 G  
2016
04/12
Chukyo
D1800
Champions Cup (G1) 15 7      
2017
19/02
Tokyo
D1600
February Stakes (G1) 6 12      
2017
05/05
Funabashi
D1600
Kashiwa Kinen (G1) 3 3 G  
2017
31/05
Urawa
D1400
Sakitama Hai (G2) 2 2  G   
2018
02/05
Funabashi
D1600
Kashiwa Kinen (G1) 4 6  G   
2018
09/09
LetsRun Park
D1200
Korea Sprint (KOR-G1) 9 1  G   
2018
04/11
Kyoto
D1200
JBC Sprint (G1) 14 4  G   
2019
17/02
Tokyo
D1600
February Stakes (G1) 8 4  E 
2019
06/05
Funabashi
D1600
Kashiwa Kinen (G1) 3 7 G   
  • His debut came late, in May, when he was three years old.
    He won four straight races after his debut and was promoted to the OP class.
    He lost to Nonkono Yume in the Musashino Stakes, his first attempt at a grade race, but won his first grade race in the Negishi Stakes.
  • In the February Stakes (2016), he was 2nd favorite.
    He took the lead 200 meters before the finish line.
    He won by 1+1/4 lengths over 2nd place finisher, Nonkono Yume.
    He broke the record time.
    It was his first G1 win.
    It was the fastest dirt G1 win in history, 282 days after debut.
  • For a while after that he could not win.
    He won for the first time in a long time at the Coral Stakes, an OP class race in March 2018.
  • In the Korea Sprint, he was 1st favorite.
    He took the lead 100 meters before the finish line and finished in 1st place.
  • He retired in 2019.
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