Smart Falcon

2020-07-20 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Dirt G1 wins)6, colt,stallion(male), Dirt.

Details

Name / Japanese Smart Falcon / スマートファルコン
Birth Year 2005
Sex male
Earnings 990,736,000 yen
Races-Win / G1-Win 34-26 / 11-6
Sire Gold Allure
Dam (Sire) Keishu Herb (Mississipian)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

All G1 races

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
2008
20/04
Nakayama
T2000
Satsuki Sho (G1) 11 18
2008
09/07
Ohi
D2000
Japan Dirt Derby (G1) 8 2 G
2008
03/11
Sonoda
D1400
JBC Sprint (G1) 6 2 G
2010
30/06
Ohi
D2000
Teio Sho (G1) 10 6 G
2010
03/11
Funabashi
D1800
JBC Classic (G1) 13 1 G
2010
29/12
Ohi
D2000
Tokyo Daishoten (G1) 13 1
2011
29/06
Ohi
D2000
Teio Sho (G1) 6 1 G 
2011
03/11
Ohi
D2000
JBC Classic (G1) 10 1 G
2011
29/12
Ohi
D2000
Tokyo Daishoten (G1) 12 1
2012
25/01
Kawasaki
D2100
Kawasaki Kinen (G1) 5 1 G 
2012
31/03
Meydan
D2000
Dubai World Cup (G1) 5 10 G
  • He was last in the Satsuki Sho.
    After the race, he ran only in dirt races.
  • In the Japan Dirt Derby, he lost to Success Brocken.
  • In the JBC Sprint, he lost to Bamboo Ere.
    Since the race, he stopped competing in G1 races for a while.
  • From November 26, 2008 to May 26, 2010, his race results were 9 win out of 11 including 6 wins in a row.
    (7 wins from eight G3 races and 2 wins from three G2 races)
  • In the JBC Classic (2010), he was 4th favorite.
    His jockey was Yutaka Take from the previous race.
    He made a pace at the front.
    He won by 7 lengths.
  • In the Tokyo Daishoten (2010), he won by 1+3/4 lengths.
    He beat the previous Japanese record by 0.6 seconds and the course record by 1.7 seconds.
  • In the Teio Sho (2011), he won by 9 lengths.
  • In the Kawasaki Kinen (2012), he won by 4 lengths.
    He was two seconds faster than the record time.
  • He won 9 races straight from the JBC Classic in 2010 to the Kawasaki Kinen in 2012.
    (three G2 races and six G1 races)
  • In the Dubai World Cup, he hit his head on the gate at the starting.
    He could not become a front runner that he was good at.
    After all he finished in 10th place.

Episode

  • He was sometimes called “砂のサイレンススズカ (Sand/Dirt Silence Suzuka)” because he became a front runner in the race and won easily.
    Another reason like Silence Suzuka was that Yutaka Take was often a jockey. 
  • He didn’t run at Racecourses of JRA from the Satsuki Sho until he retired.
    Many people were cynical about that, especially when he was avoiding G1 races and running in local G2G3 races.
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