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Sunday, November 21 2021
Gran Alegria Defends Mile Championship Title in Final Career Start

Race favorite Gran Alegria successfully defended her Mile Championship title to become the first back-to-back winner since Daiwa Major (2006-07) and sixth overall.

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Sunday, November 14 2021
Tenth Pick Akai Ito Scores Upset Victory in This Year's Queen Elizabeth II Cup

Tenth pick Akai Ito marked an upset victory in this year’s Queen Elizabeth II Cup to score her first graded title and became the first Kizuna filly or colt to capture a JRA-G1 title.

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Monday, November 08 2021
Loves Only You, Marche Lorraine bring Japan first Breeders' Cup wins

It was a long time coming, but after 25 years, Japan has not only landed its first win in the Breeders’ Cup gala, it’s landed two.  

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Sunday, October 31 2021
Efforia Becomes First Three-Year-Old in 19 Years to Capture the Tenno Sho (Autumn)

Third favorite Efforia captured this year’s Tenno Sho (Autumn), winning a close race between the three strong favorites, to become the first three-year-old to win the race since Symboli Kris S in 2002.

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Sunday, October 24 2021
Titleholder Gives Sire Duramente First G1 Title in Wire-to-Wire Kikuka Sho Victory

Fourth favorite Titleholder turned in a wire-to-wire victory—the first since Seiun Sky in 1998—in the 3,000-meter Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger), becoming the first G1 winner for sire Duramente.

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Sunday, October 17 2021
Fourth Pick Akaitorino Musume Captures Her First G1 Title in This Year's Shuka Sho

Fourth favorite Akaitorino Musume captured the last jewel of the fillies’ Triple Crown, the Shuka Sho, to capture her first G1 title

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Monday, August 23 2021
Asia Review

Unicorn white three-year-old filly Sodashi made it 6 from 7, winning open age at her first attempt beating Hong Kong QEII winner Loves Only You in an epic G2 Sapporo Kinen (2000m). The third Leg JRA 3yo fillies Triple Crown - G1 Shuka Sho (2000m) on 10/17 is next for SODASHI. After that they will look at options including a switch to Dirt for Dubai World Cup.

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