Win Kluger

2021-04-12 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: (Turf G1 wins)1, colt,stallion(male), Turf.

Details

Name / Japanese Win Kluger / ウインクリューガー
Birth Year 2000
Sex male
Earnings 205,248,000 yen
Races-Wins / G1-Wins 34-5 / 5-1
Sire Taiki Shuttle
Dam (Sire) Invite (Be My Best)
Other site link  JBIS / Umanity / netkeiba

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

Y
D/M
Track Race No. Pl.
2003
01/03
Hanshin
T1600
Arlington Cup (G3) 4 1  
2003
11/05
Tokyo
T1600
NHK Mile Cup (G1) 16 1   
2003
23/11
Kyoto
T1600
Mile Championship (G1) 6 15
2004
28/03
Chukyo
T1200
Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) 12 13
2005
27/02
Hanshin
T1200
Hankyuu Hai (G3) 12 3   
2005
27/03
Chukyo
T1200
Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) 4 10
2005
29/10
Kyoto
T1400
Mainichi Hoso Sho Swan Stakes (G2) 18 3  
2006
26/03
Chukyo
T1200
Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) 15 14
  • In the Arlington Cup, he was 7th favorite.
    He won by 1/2 lengths.
    It was the first grade race win for Taiki Shuttle’s crops.
  • In the NHK Mile Cup, he was 9th favorite.
    He ran right behind the lead horse.
    He took the lead 200m before the finish line and won by 1+1/4 lengths.
    It was his first G1 win.
    It was also the first G1 victory for Taiki Shuttle’s crops.
  • He then finished 3rd in the Hankyu Hai and the Swan Stakes.
    But he could not win.
  • He passed his steeplechase license in 2006.
    However, he developed a bowel spasm and had to take a long rest.
  • In 2007 he returned to flat racing.
    And he made his debut in hurdle racing.
    He won his debut hurdle race.
    It was his first victory in four years and two months since the NHK Mile Cup.
    But he suffered bowed tendon in his next hurdle race and retired.

After his retirement

  • His dam, Invite, was a sister to Deep Impact’s dam, Wind in Her Hair.
    He was able to become a stallion because he was Deep Impact’s cousin.
    But he was hardly in demand as a stallion.
    He retired as a stallion when the stallion facility closed.
  • He then participated in the Soma Nomaoi, a tradition that has lasted for over a thousand years.
    (Soma Nomaoi – https://www.japan.travel/en/spot/1740/)
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