Toshin Blizzard

2021-11-17 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Dirt G1 wins)1, colt,stallion(male), Dirt.

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Name / Japanese Toshin Blizzard / トーシンブリザード
Birth Year 1998
Sex male
Earnings 415,210,000 yen
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 30-9 / 11-1
Sire Doulab
Dam (Sire) Yuwa Top Lady (Bravest Roman)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba
Awards NAR Grand Prix for Best Two-Year-Old Colt (2000)
NAR Grand Prix for Best Three-Year-Old Colt (2001)

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

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.   
2000
13/12
Kawasaki
D1600
Zennippon Sansai Yushun (G2) 11 1   
2001
16/04
Ohi
D1600
Haneda Hai  8 1  G 
2001
10/05
Ohi
D1800
Tokyo Okan Sho 11 1  G 
2001
07/06
Ohi
D2000
Tokyo Derby 15 1  G 
2001
12/07
Ohi
D2000
Japan Dirt Derby (G1) 7 1  G 
2001
29/12
Ohi
D2000
Tokyo Daishoten (G1) 14 3  G 
2002
17/02
Tokyo
D1600
February Stakes (G1) 12 2   
2002
08/05
Funabashi
D1600
Kashiwa Kinen (G2) 8 1  G 
2002
19/06
Ohi
D2000
Teio Sho (G1) 12 8  G 
2003
29/12
Ohi
D2000
Tokyo Daishoten (G1) 16 12   
2004
22/02
Tokyo
D1600
February Stakes (G1) 9 12   
2004
26/05
Funabashi
D1600
Kashiwa Kinen (G2) 4 2  G 
2004
03/11
Ohi
D2000
JBC Classic (G1) 13 8   
2004
01/12
Urawa
D2000
Urawa Kinen (G2) 2 3  G 
2004
29/12
Ohi
D2000
Tokyo Daishoten (G1) 1 5   
2005
26/01
Kawasaki
D2100
Kawasaki Kinen (G1) 2 8  G 
2005
18/05
Urawa
D1400
Sakitama Hai (G3) 3 3  G 
2005
29/06
Ohi
D2000
Teio Sho (G1) 12 8  G 
2005
03/11
Nagoya
D1400
JBC Sprint (G1) 9 7   
  • He debuted as a racehorse belonging to the Funabashi Racecourse of the NAR’s South Kanto Public Racing.
    He won three races in 2000, including the Zennippon Sansai Yushun, and became the best 2-year-old colt.
  • In 2001, his third year, he ran the South Kanto Triple Crown races.
    He won the Haneda Hai and Tokyo Okan Sho by 2 lengths and the Tokyo Derby by 4 lengths to become the South Kanto Triple Crown winner.
    It was the first time since Rosita in 1989 that a horse had won the South Kanto Triple Crown.
  • In the Japan Dirt Derby, he was the 1st favorite.
    He took the lead right from the start of the race.
    He went on to finish in the lead.
    It was his first G1 win.
    This victory was his eighth consecutive win since his debut.
    However, he broke a bone immediately after the race and had to rest.
  • In the Tokyo Daishoten (2001), he lost to Toho Emperor and finished 3rd.
  • In the February Stakes (2002), he was the 4th favorite.
    It was his first JRA-sponsored race, and the quality of the horses entered was very high.
    He finished 2nd, losing by a length to Agnes Digital, but ahead of Nobo True, To the Victory, Wing Arrow and others.
  • He had to rest for over a year due to a bad hoof condition after the 2002 Teio Sho.
    After his return, he ran well several times, but never won a race, and retired in 2005.
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