Rey de Oro

2020-11-05 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)2, colt,stallion(male), Derby Horse, Turf.

Details

Name / Japanese Rey de Oro / レイデオロ
Birth Year 2014
Sex male
Earnings 881,550,000 yen (only Japan)
Races-Win / G1-Win 17-7 / 10-2
Sire King Kamehameha
Dam (Sire) La Dorada (Symboli Kris S)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba
Awards JRA Award for Best Three-Year-Old Colt (2017)
JRA Award for Best Older Male Horse (2018)

All G1 races + grade-races he won

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.  / E

2016
25/12
Nakayama
T2000
Hopeful Stakes (G2) 2 1 G
2017
16/04
Nakayama
T2000
Satsuki Sho (G1) 5 5
2017
28/05
Tokyo
T2400
Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) (G1) 12 1
2017
24/09
Hanshin
T2400
Kobe Shimbun Hai (G2) 8 1 G
2017
26/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 2 2
2018
31/03
Meydan
T2400
Dubai Sheema Classic (G1) 3 4 G
2018
23/09
Nakayama
T2200
Sankei Sho All Comers (G2) 7 1 G
2018
28/10
Tokyo
T2000
Tenno Sho (autumn) (G1) 4 1    E  
2018
23/12
Nakayama
T2500
Arima Kinen (G1) 12 2 E
2019
30/03
Meydan
T2400
Dubai Sheema Classic (G1) 6 6 G 
2019
23/06
Hanshin
T2200
Takarazuka Kinen (G1) 2 5 E
2019
24/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 8 11   E
2019
22/12
Nakayama
T2500
Arima Kinen (G1) 8 7 E
  • In the Hopeful Stakes, he won his first grade race.
  • In the Satsuki Sho, the first classic race, he lost to Al Ain.
  • In the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby), the second classic race, he was 2nd favorite.
    He positioned at the back of the pack.
    His jockey, Christophe Lemaire, felt the pace slow.
    Christophe Lemaire made a movement in the back stretch.
    The crowd went wild when they saw it.
    In the home stretch, Rey de Oro and My Style were vying for the lead for a long time, but My Style dropped out.
    Rey de Oro finished without being passed by another horse.
    It was his first G1 win.
    It was a long overdue victory in a colt-classic-race for his trainer, Kazuo Fujisawa.
    (Kazuo Fujisawa won numerous awards, including the JRA Award for the Winningest Trainer 11 times, and was sometimes called the best trainer in Japan.
    However he had never won a classic race for colts before.)
  • In the Japan Cup (2017), he finished 2nd.
    He lost to Cheval Grand.
  • In the Tenno Sho (autumn 2018), he was 2nd favorite.
    He took the lead 100m before the finish-line and won.
  • In the Arima Kinen (2018), he finished 2nd.
    He lost to Blast Onepiece.
  • In 2019, he didn’t play well and retired.

As sire

  • He’s very expected to be set at a $6 million mating fee from his first year.
    The reason for this is his pedigree.
    Firstly, he doesn’t have Sunday Silence’s blood.
    Secondly, his great-grandmother is Wind In Her Hair.
    Wind In Her Hair is the dam of Deep Impact and Black Tide.
    (Black Tide is the sire of Kitasan Black.)

    He can be mated with mares with Sunday Silence’s blood that abound in Japan.
    It’s hoped that the mating will produce a monster like Deep Impact and Kitasan Black.And it is also expected that the effect of Wind In Her Hair’s in-breeding by mating Rey de Oro with a mare with Deep Impact’s blood or Black Tide’s blood.

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