|Name / Japanese||Trot Thunder / トロットサンダー|
|Races-Win / G1-Win||22-15 / 2-2|
|Dam (Sire)||La Seine Wonder (Tesco Boy)|
|Other site link||JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba|
All grade races
|Nakayama Kinen (G2)||3||7||G|
|Sapporo Kinen (G3)||7||7||G|
|Hakodate T2000||Hakodate Kinen (G3)||8||7||G|
|Mainichi Okan (G2)||6||3||G|
|Mile Championship (G1)||13||1||◆|
|Tokyo Shimbun Hai (G3)||11||1||G|
|Keio Hai Spring Cup (G2)||8||3||G|
|Yasuda Kinen (G1)||12||1||◆|
- His debut was delayed due to a serious injury, and he made his debut in Urawa Keiba, which belongs to NAR.
During his time at Urawa Racing, he was once seriously injured and missed a year or more, but won eight of nine races.
He transferred to JRA in 1994 when he was five years old.
His owner didn’t have a JRA license, so he was sold to a new owner with a JRA license.
- He ran four grade races but he lost.
(Nakayama Kinen, Sapporo Kinen, Hakodate Kinen, Mainichi Okan)
He was inflexible about the race distance.
The mileage was right for him.
- In the Mile Championship, he was 4th favorite.
He got a slow start.
Hishi Akebono took the lead in the home stretch.
Trot Thunder came from behind and passed other horses in the home stretch.
Trot Thunder won the race by 1+1/4 lengths.
It was his first G1 win.
He became a Mile Champion at age six.
- In the Tokyo Shimbun Hai, he was 1st favorite.
He won by a neck.
- In the Keio Hai, he was 2nd favorite.
He lost to Heart Lake (UK).
The 1400m race was a little short for Trot Thunder.
- In the Yasuda Kinen, he was 1st favorite.
The previous year’s champion, Heart Lake, was 2nd favorite.
Taiki Blizzard was 3rd favorite.
Hishi Akebono made the pace at the front.
Trot Thunder and Taiki Blizzard passed Hishi Akebono before the finish-line.
Trot Thunder won by a nose (by 14cm).
- After that, He was caught in a disturbance.
It turns out that his real owner is his old owner.
Name lending is prohibited in Japanese horse racing.
His owner’s license was revoked by JRA.
He retired without being transferred to another owner.
- He has won eight mile races in eight starts.
He was sometimes called “パーフェクトマイラー (The Perfect Miler)”, “マイルのスペシャリスト (Mileage Specialist)” and “雷帝 (Lord of Thunder / Emperor of Thunder)”.