Rosita

2021-05-15 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: Dirt, filly,mare(female).

Details

Name / Japanese Rosita / ロジータ
Birth Year 1986
Sex female
Earnings 214,200,000 yen
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 15-1 / 1-0
Sire Mill George
Dam (Sire) Mellow Madang (Madang)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All grade races + 重賞
(重賞 can be taken to mean a major race.)

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
1988
14/12
Ohi
D1600
Tokyo Sansai Yushun Himba (重賞) 6 3  
1989
03/01
Urawa
D1600
New Year Cup (重賞) 3 1  
1989
08/02
Ohi
D1700
Keihin Hai (重賞) 6 1  
1989
04/04
Urawa
D1600
Oka Sho (Urawa) (重賞) 5 1 G
1989
10/05
Ohi
D2000
Haneda Hai (重賞) 4 1 G
1989
08/06
Ohi
D2400
Tokyo Derby (重賞) 13 1 G
1989
12/07
Kawasaki
D1600
Hochi All Star Cup (重賞) 5 2 G
1989
17/09
Nakayama
T2200
Sankei Sho All Comers (G3) 1 5 G
1989
03/11
Ohi
D2600
Tokyo Okan Sho (重賞) 7 1  G 
1989
26/11
Tokyo
T2400
Japan Cup (G1) 13 15   
1989
29/12
Ohi
D2800
Tokyo Daishoten (重賞) 6 1 G
1990
12/02
Kawasaki
D2000
Kawasaki Kinen (重賞) 4 1 G

Rosita was a horse that belonged to a stable at Kawasaki Racecourse in 南関東公営競馬 (Minami Kanto Koei Keiba).
Minami Kanto Koei Keiba is also known by the abbreviation Nankan Keiba.
(Minami Kanto Koei Keiba is directly translated as South Kanto-region Public Horse Racing.)
Minami Kanto Koei Keiba is the second highest level in Japan after JRA.

  • In the Oka Sho, it was the first Crown Race for the fillies of Minami Kanto Koei Keiba.
    She won easily.
    Her connections decided to run in the colt’s Triple Crown race instead of the remaining filly’s Triple Crown race.
  • In the Haneda Hai, it was the first Crown Race for the colts of Minami Kanto Koei Keiba.
    She was 1st favorite.
    She competed hard against Tokei Grandee on the home stretch.
    She won the competition and the first Crown of the colts.
  • In the Tokyo Derby, it was the second Crown Race for the colts of Minami Kanto Koei Keiba.
    She won with ease.
  • In the Sankei Sho All Comers, it was a rare interaction race between JRA and NAR at that time, and it was also her first turf race.
    She finished 5th, 0.7 seconds behind the record-breaking Oguri Cap.
    With this result, she earned the right to run in the Japan Cup.
  • In the Tokyo Okan Sho, it was the third Crown Race for the colts of Minami Kanto Koei Keiba.
    She won and became a Triple Crown winner.
    (Combined with the Oka Sho, this would be her fourth crown.)
  • In the Japan Cup, she finished in last place.
  • In the Tokyo Daishoten, she was 1st favorite.
    Her jockey barely moved a hand, and she won with ease.
    She beat the old horses.
    She had become a legendary horse in Minami Kanto Koei Keiba
  • In the Kawasaki Kinen, it was her retirement race.
    A record number of horse racing fans came to the Kawasaki Racecourse to watch her last race.
    (This record would later be broken during the Kawasaki Kinen, Hokuto Vega’s last race in Japan.)
    Her win ticket was a 1.0x return, and all of the other horses’ win tickets had payout multipliers of 100x or more.
    She dominated the race winning by a whopping 8 lengths.

As a broodmare

  • She was successful after she became a broodmare.
    Her offspring were not only active in NAR but also in JRA racing.
  • Kanetsu Fleuve (sire: Paradise Creek) won the 2002 Teio Sho (G1) and the 2003 Kawasaki Kinen (G1).
  • Ibuki Government (sire: Commander in Chief) was active in JRA’s turf races.
    He won the Asahi Challenge Cup (G3) and the Naruo Kinen (G3).
  • Aquilegia (sire: Forty Niner), despite being a filly, ran in the 2004 Japan Dirt Derby (G1) and finished second.
  • Osumi Sunday (sire: Sunday Silence) finished 2nd in the Hochi Hai Yayoi Sho (G2).
    He was expected to make a splash in the 1997 classic races, but he was injured in the first classic race, Satsuki Sho, and had to be euthanized.
    (The winner of the race was Sunny Brian.)
  • Sister Sono (sire: Nasr El Arab) didn’t have much success as a racehorse, but she was once the 1st favorite in the Hanshin Sansai Himba Stakes (G1), beating out Hishi Amazon.
    Sister Sono has produced Regular Member as a broodmare.
    Regular Member (sire: Commander in Chief) won the 2000 Derby Grand Prix (G1), the 2001 Kawasaki Kinen (G1) and the 2001 JBC Classic (G1).
  • Her child, Kanetsu Fleuve, and her grandchild, Regular Member, were born in the same year, belonged to the same stable, and had the same main jockey.
    Kanetsu Fleuve and Regular Member faced off in the 2003 February Stakes (G1).
    In addition, Rosita, Kanetsu Fleuve and Regular Member all won the Kawasaki Kinen.
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