Narita Taishin

2020-10-06 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)1, colt,stallion(male), Turf.

Details

Name / Japanese Narita Taishin / ナリタタイシン
Birth Year 1990
Sex male
Earnings 397,408,000 yen
Races-Win / G1-Win 15-4 / 5-1
Sire Rivlia
Dam (Sire) Taishin Lily (Ladiga)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All grade races

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
1992
26/12
Hanshin
T2000
Radio Tampa Hai Sansai Stakes (G3) 1 1 G
1993
17/01
Kyoto
T1600
Nikkan Sports Sho Shinzan Kinen (G3) 10 2 G
1993
07/03
Nakayama
T2000
Hochi Hai Yayoi Sho (G2) 9 2 G
1993
18/04
Nakayama
T2000
Satsuki Sho (G1) 14 1
1994
30/05
Tokyo
T2400
Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) (G1) 1 3
1993
11/07
Kyoto
T2000
Takamatsunomiya Hai (G2) 4 2 G
1993
07/11
Kyoto
T3000
Kikuka Sho (G1) 18 17
1994
20/02
Tokyo
T2500
Meguro Kinen (G2) 7 1 G
1994
24/04
Hanshin
T3200
Tenno Sho (spring) (G1) 6 2
1995
04/06
Kyoto
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 8 16  
  • In the Radio Tampa Hai Sansai Stakes, he won his first grade race.
  • In the Hochi Hai Yayoi Sho, the trial race of Satsuki Sho, he was 2nd favorite.
    He lost to Winning Ticket by 2 lengths.
  • Before the Satsuki Sho, Winning Ticket and Biwa Hayahide were considered “the Top Two” for the classic races.
  • In the Satsuki Sho, the first classic race, he was 3rd favorite, well ahead of Winning Ticket and Biwa Hayahide.
    Narita Taishin started at the bottom of the pack.
    Narita Taishin was 12th in the last corner.
    Biwa Hayahide took the lead in the home stretch.
    Narita Taishin showed a great finishing kick and passed Biwa Hayahide just before the finish-line.
    It was his first g1 win.
    Biwa Hayahide was 2nd and Winning Ticket was 4th.
    Narita Taishin was added to “the Top Two” and they were called “the Top Three.”
    They were sometimes called “BNW” or “BWN” from their initials.
  • In the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby), the second classic race, he was 3rd favorite.
    He came from behind, just like in the previous race, but couldn’t keep up with Winning Ticket and Biwa Hayahide.
  • A month before the Kikuka Sho, he suffered an Exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage(: EIPH).
    He ran in the Kikuka Sho, but he was in terrible condition.
  • In the Tenno Sho (spring), he lost to Biwa Hayahide.
  • After that, he suffered from broken bones and bowed tendon.

Episode

  • He was born on June 10, so he was born late.
    In Japan, or rather the northern hemisphere, horses are usually born in February or March to speed up their growth.
    (There are quite a few January and April births that are a bit off from February and March.)
  • He was very small.
    (He weighed 426kg at the time of Satsuki Sho.)
    That’s why he wasn’t good at getting into the pack, and he often came from the back of the pack.
    When he became a stallion, breeders didn’t like his little body and couldn’t breed him with a quality dam.
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