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Japanese star Kitasan Black has the option of a trip to Ireland later this year after overcoming a top class field in the Osaka Hai at Hanshin on Sunday.
The five-year-old, a classic winner at three before winning both the G1 Tenno Sho (Spring) and G1 Japan Cup last year, is set to join Satono Diamond in attempting to give Japan a sougth after first win in the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in Paris in October.
After disappointing in the Hong Kong Sprint, Red Falx is trying to bounce back in Sunday's Takamatsunomiya Kinen in Japan.
The countdown to one of the biggest days on the Japanese racing calendar is almost done with the 61st Arima Kinen to be run on Christmas Day at Nakayama racecourse near Tokyo.
The “dream race” looks sure to live up to its name again this year, with a number of factors combining to draw huge numbers of fans to the track. Even Santa Claus could be forgiven for taking the day off.
Race favorite Kitasan Black topped the 17-horse field of first-class international runners in this year’s Japan Cup by a comfortable 2-1/2-length margin, marking his sixth grade-race and third G1 victory after his 2015 Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) and 2016 Tenno Sho (Spring) triumphs.
This is the fourth year in a row that a four-year-old captured the title. Among his eight career-wins, the Black Tide colt has now given trainer Hisashi Shimizu all of his three G1 victories. Meanwhile, jockey Yutaka Take claimed his 71st JRA-G1 victory, the first since the Tenno Sho (Spring) triumph also with Kitasan Black.
This afternoon’s 36th running of the time honoured Japan Cup at Fuchi racecourse in Tokyo has assembled an outstanding line up of local and international stayers.
Regarded as one of the toughest 2400m staying tests in the world, early betting on the Japan Tote suggests 2016 G1 Tenno Sho (Spring) winner Kitasan Black is the horse to beat ahead of Ryan Moore’s mount Real Steel .
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