Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby mariasmon » Sun Nov 29, 2015 4:17 am

lurkey mclurker wrote:And who was the #4? Very pretty/handsome!


Lord Vent d'Or (Daiwa Major x Jazz Cat, by Storm Cat), whose dam is a full sister to Tabasco Cat.
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby lurkey mclurker » Sun Nov 29, 2015 1:43 pm

That's a nice pedigree! And his name fits too - Lord Golden Wind. :mrgreen:
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby uma_nosuke » Mon Nov 30, 2015 12:17 pm

Yutaka Take on Leukerbad after the maiden:

'A strong race, isn't it? Both the turf condition (i.e., not yielding) and the outer track (i.e., having the longer home stretch of 403m) were favorable for him. Frankly, winning the race today was a must. I'm sure he would have no problem with longer distances. This is a horse to go up further than where he is, so I'm looking forward to it.'

Watching him speaking about the colt in his own TV programme, I noticed the jockey seemed careful in choosing words; he wanted to say something definite, but refrained from doing so, stopping a few steps before it. That said, he twice repeated the colt could handle longer distances, and said the brown colt reminded him of his sire. What he said was clearly reflected in the race style of the maiden, that's my opinion.
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby Sparrow Castle » Mon Nov 30, 2015 4:12 pm

uma_nosuke wrote:Yutaka Take on Leukerbad after the maiden:

'A strong race, isn't it? Both the turf condition (i.e., not yielding) and the outer track (i.e., having the longer home stretch of 403m) were favorable for him. Frankly, winning the race today was a must. I'm sure he would have no problem with longer distances. This is a horse to go up further than where he is, so I'm looking forward to it.'

Watching him speaking about the colt in his own TV programme, I noticed the jockey seemed careful in choosing words; he wanted to say something definite, but refrained from doing so, stopping a few steps before it. That said, he twice repeated the colt could handle longer distances, and said the brown colt reminded him of his sire. What he said was clearly reflected in the race style of the maiden, that's my opinion.

He was an attractive foal. Love the looks Azeri's giving him. These pictures were re-tweeted yesterday.
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby uma_nosuke » Sat Dec 12, 2015 11:56 am

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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby LBM » Sun Dec 13, 2015 10:54 pm

I noticed Major Emblem's second dam was owned by Darley.
Anybody knows how Northern Farm bought into this family?
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby Flanders » Mon Dec 14, 2015 2:48 am

LBM wrote:I noticed Major Emblem's second dam was owned by Darley.
Anybody knows how Northern Farm bought into this family?

They must have bought Titled privately. All her foals were bred by Northern Farm.
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby uma_nosuke » Tue Dec 22, 2015 10:48 am

Wind in Her Hair, 24 yo m, Alzao x Burghclere (GB; Busted)

After pensioned to Northern Horse Park, she found herself a new life of nanny for a motherless Russel:
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Wind Her Hair in December 2015
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source: http://news.netkeiba.com/?pid=column_view&cid=32388
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby Izvestia » Tue Dec 22, 2015 2:46 pm

My heart!!!
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Re: Imported mares and their offspring in Japan

Postby lurkey mclurker » Tue Dec 22, 2015 6:20 pm

I love @nabecci's Twitter feed for many reasons, but one is that s/he always has many pics of Wind in her Hair. That is one happy retired broodmare.

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