The rise of Sunday Silence

tachyon
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2005 American Oaks (G1)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdtPoKt2H30

1st Cesario -- dam of G1 winners Epiphaneia and Leontes
2nd Melhor Ainda
3rd Singhalese -- dam of G1 winner Sinhalite and G3 winner Lilavati
4th Luas Line
5th Three Degrees
6th Memorette
7th Silver Cup
8th Sweet Firebird
9th Isla Cozzene -- dam of G1 winner Isla Bonita
10th Thatswhatimean
11th Silk And Scarlet -- dam of G1 winners Eishin Apollon, Master of Hounds and Minorette
12th Hallowed Dream


Celia(JPN) - 2015f. King Kamehameha(JPN) x Cesario(JPN), by Special Week(JPN)
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BaroqueAgain1
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Fri May 12, 2017 2:27 pm

What a gorgeous girl, and it looks like she has quite an engine on her. :mrgreen:
lurkey mclurker
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Fri May 12, 2017 6:57 pm

I was admiring Celia, and then I saw...

https://twitter.com/LongBallToNoOne/sta ... 2944025601
G‏ @LongBallToNoOne

2yo filly ROLE MODEL
Sire: Deep Impact
Dam: In Lingerie (USA) a Group 1 winner in the USA
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Holy cow are these Japanese TBs conformationally gorgeous sometimes.
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Fri May 12, 2017 11:30 pm

Role Model looks like a nice filly, but I just love how balanced Celia is.

We'll have to follow both.
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Here's another 2yo o/o a 2005 American Oaks starter:

Sinharaja(JPN) - 2015c. Orfevre(JPN) x Singhalese(GB), by Singspiel(IRE)
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Admire Lead(JPN), 2013F. Stay Gold(JPN) x Belle Allure(IRE) by Numerous(USA), captured her first graded victory in the G1 Victoria Mile 1600m turf at Tokyo on May 14th 2017.

She became the lightest older female (422 kilogram) in the JRA history to win a G1 race. 8-)

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-- replay (English)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e42dAoP_BAc
1st 5 Admire Lead(JPN) [Stay Gold(JPN) x Belle Allure(IRE) by Numerous(USA)] F4 55 01:33.9
2nd 10 Denko Ange(JPN) [Meisho Samson(JPN) x Denko Lucky(JPN) by Marienbard(IRE)] F4 55 01:34.1 1 1/4
3rd 3 Jour Polaire(JPN) [Deep Impact(JPN) x Summer Night City(JPN) by Helissio(FR)] F4 55 01:34.1 NK
4th 2 Smart Layer(JPN) M7 55 01:34.1 HD
5th 4 Solveig(JPN) F4 55 01:34.2 NK
6th 8 Queens Ring(JPN) M5 55 01:34.3 3/4
7th 11 Mikki Queen(JPN) M5 55 01:34.4 1/2
8th 15 Frontier Queen(JPN) F4 55 01:34.5 1/2
9th 12 Ukiyono Kaze(JPN) M7 55 01:34.5 NK
10th 7 Rouge Buck(JPN) M5 55 01:34.6 1/2
11th 14 Let's Go Donki(JPN) M5 55 01:34.6 NK
12th 1 At the Seaside(JPN) F4 55 01:34.6 NS
13th 6 Asuka Biren(JPN) M5 55 01:34.7 NK
14th 13 Hiruno Matera(JPN) M6 55 01:34.9 1 1/2
15th 16 Kurino Lahore(JPN) F4 55 01:35.2 2
16th 17 Lethal Weapon(JPN) M6 55 01:36.2 6
17th 9 Halteclere(JPN) M6 55 01:41.7 DS

-- review
http://japanracing.jp/_news2017/pdf/170514.pdf

https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/b ... ire%20Lead


Admire Lead(JPN)
http://www.jbis.jp/horse/0001174899/
14-5-3-0

Stay Gold(JPN) (1994 - 2015) : Sunday Silence(USA) x Golden Sash(JPN) by Dictus(FR)
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Sun May 14, 2017 12:08 pm

I love that photo of Stay Gold. His handler was just as calm as could be with that stallion. :D

Thanks also for the photo of Sinharaja, who looks a lot like Orfevre. I'm very interested in how Orfevre does at stud. I would love to see more Japanese (and German) bred horses be brought to the United States to cross with our domestic lines. I like how the Japanese have developed the breed in Japan.
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Sun May 14, 2017 12:32 pm

Wow, Admire Lead came from almost nowhere, squeezing through that tiiiiiiiny hole. I guess that's the ride you get with Lemaire, LOL... fearless! :mrgreen:

The big names nowhere in it, really. Bummer for Lets Go Donki, she was supposedly training well. :|
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Sat May 20, 2017 7:42 pm

Two starts so far, one win & one place 8-)
Susie‏ @ponyace 5h 5 hours ago

Happy to see handsome Yoshida (Heart's Cry) roll home at PIM! Hope his SW inspires more folks to bring Sunday Silence-line critters to US.
Benjamin Balke‏ @BennyBalke 5h 5 hours ago

YOSHIDA (Heart's Cry) wins the James W. Murphy Stakes at Pimlico! bred by Northern Farm
TwinSpires.com‏Verified account @TwinSpires 5h5 hours ago

Yoshida, winner of the James W. Murphy S. at @PimlicoRC #Preakness
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tachyon
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lurkey mclurker wrote:Two starts so far, one win & one place 8-)
Susie‏ @ponyace 5h 5 hours ago

Happy to see handsome Yoshida (Heart's Cry) roll home at PIM! Hope his SW inspires more folks to bring Sunday Silence-line critters to US.
Benjamin Balke‏ @BennyBalke 5h 5 hours ago

YOSHIDA (Heart's Cry) wins the James W. Murphy Stakes at Pimlico! bred by Northern Farm
TwinSpires.com‏Verified account @TwinSpires 5h5 hours ago

Yoshida, winner of the James W. Murphy S. at @PimlicoRC #Preakness
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Wow, he was super impressive in his stakes debut. :D
What's next for him?
I'm already hopeful that he will be a stallion in the states. ;)

replay
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR_0iUlI6eE
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Sun Jun 04, 2017 9:14 am

Satono Aladdin(JPN), 2011H. Deep Impact(JPN) x Magic Storm(USA) by Storm Cat(USA), nothced his first G1 tiltle in the Yasuda Kinen [BC Mile Win-and-You're-in] 1600m turf at Tokyo by catching defending champ Logotype(JPN) at the wire on June 4th 2017.
He is a full brother to G1 winning mare Lachesis(JPN).
Interestingly all the top three finishers contested G1 races in Hong Kong last December.
And they are now all qualified for the G1 Prix Jacques Le Marois in France.

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http://www.jbis.jp/horse/0001137571/
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-- replay (English)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ale5U-QmaV0
1st 14 Satono Aladdin(JPN)[Deep Impact(JPN) x Magic Storm(USA) by Storm Cat(USA)] H6 58 01:31.5
2nd 16 Logotype(JPN)[Lohengrin(JPN) x Stereotype(JPN) by Sunday Silence(USA)] H7 58 01:31.5 NK
3rd 6 Red Falx(JPN)[Swept Overboard(USA) x Vermouth(JPN) by Sunday Silence(USA)] H6 58 01:31.6 NK
4th 7 Greater London(JPN) H5 58 01:31.6 NK
5th 8 Air Spinel(JPN) C4 58 01:31.7 NK
6th 12 Beauty Only(IRE) G6 58 01:31.8 1/2
7th 18 Staphanos(JPN) H6 58 01:31.8 NK
8th 15 Isla Bonita(JPN) H6 58 01:31.9 1/2
9th 10 Clarente(JPN) H8 58 01:31.9 NK
10th 5 Contentment(AUS) G7 58 01:32.3 2 1/2
11th 9 Longing Dancer(JPN) H8 58 01:32.3 HD
12th 3 Sunrise Major(JPN) H8 58 01:32.7 2 1/2
13th 2 Decipher(JPN) H8 58 01:32.7 NK
14th 13 Logi Chalice(JPN) H5 58 01:32.8 NK
15th 4 Ambitious(JPN) H5 58 01:32.9 3/4
16th 17 Young Man Power(JPN) H5 58 01:33.1 1 1/4
17th 1 Talking Drum(JPN) H7 58 01:33.1 HD
18th 11 Black Spinel(JPN) C4 58 01:33.7 3 1/2

-- JRA Review
http://japanracing.jp/_news2017/pdf/170604.pdf
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Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:37 am

tachyon wrote:Dabirsim(FR), 2009C. Hat Trick(JPN) x Rumored(USA) by Royal Academy(USA), sired his first winner, when his 2yo filly All This Time(GER)[o/o Amazing Bounty(FR) by Tertullian(USA)] won on debut impressively by 4 lengths under Christian Demuro in the Prix Mercier-la-Vandee 1100m turf at Le Lion d'Angers on April 17th 2017. :D :D :D

-- race replay
http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/ra ... ys/2/2609/

-- racing post bloodstock news
https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/b ... t%20winner

Dabirsim(FR)
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standing at Haras de Grandcamp, France
http://www.harasdegrandcamp.com/etalons ... irsim.html
And he got his first Royal Ascot winner today with Different League!
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Fri Jun 23, 2017 5:32 pm

mariasmon wrote:
tachyon wrote:Dabirsim(FR), 2009C. Hat Trick(JPN) x Rumored(USA) by Royal Academy(USA), sired his first winner, when his 2yo filly All This Time(GER)[o/o Amazing Bounty(FR) by Tertullian(USA)] won on debut impressively by 4 lengths under Christian Demuro in the Prix Mercier-la-Vandee 1100m turf at Le Lion d'Angers on April 17th 2017. :D :D :D

-- race replay
http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/ra ... ys/2/2609/

-- racing post bloodstock news
https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/b ... t%20winner

Dabirsim(FR)
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standing at Haras de Grandcamp, France
http://www.harasdegrandcamp.com/etalons ... irsim.html
And he got his first Royal Ascot winner today with Different League!
Amazing!! :D :D

Dabirsim(FR) is now the leading first-crop sire in Europe.

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-- replay
http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/ra ... s/3/71455/

-- TDN report
http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/da ... he-albany/
Different League(FR): 2015F. Dabirsim(FR) x Danceuse Corse(IRE) bt Danehill Dancer(IRE)
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Fri Jun 23, 2017 6:11 pm

I am thrilled to see that!
A filly named Ruffian...

Eine Stute namens Danedream...

Une pouliche se nommant Trêve...

Kincsem nevű kanca...


And a Queen named Beholder
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The bay filly trained by Aidan O'Brien, September (Deep Impact x Peeping Fawn) won the Chesham S. in style over colts at Royal Ascot :D
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Replay of the stretch drive
https://twitter.com/WatchXBTV/status/878608849514647552
A filly named Ruffian...

Eine Stute namens Danedream...

Une pouliche se nommant Trêve...

Kincsem nevű kanca...


And a Queen named Beholder
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Sat Jun 24, 2017 10:42 am

Treve wrote:The bay filly trained by Aidan O'Brien, September (Deep Impact x Peeping Fawn) won the Chesham S. in style over colts at Royal Ascot :D
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Replay of the stretch drive
https://twitter.com/WatchXBTV/status/878608849514647552
That was so exciting. They're already calling her next year's Guineas winner, so I hope that's not a jinx. She is small but mighty!
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Fri Jun 30, 2017 11:54 pm

-- from Bloodhorse Daily (July 1st)

''HIGH HOPES FOR YOSHIDA''
http://cdn.bloodhorse.com/daily-app/pdf ... 170701.pdf
Several wow-worthy moments on Preakness Stakes Day 2017 at Pimlico Race Course made the afternoon
one to remember, but the most impressive rendition of the day from the 2014 crop arguably occurred approximately
four hours before the country's best dirt 3-yearolds contested the middle jewel of the Triple Crown.
Showing every sign of possible stardom in the $100,000 James W. Murphy Stakes over the Pimlico
lawn, Yoshida closed from 23 lengths back in last to and canny Joel Rosario.......
"I thought she was a perfect balance for Heart's Cry and the Sunday Silence line," Walden said. "We're
excited about Yoshida and we'll see what transpires next week. It's going to be an acid test. If he wins a
grade 1 for us and is capable of that kind of effort, I think people will be attracted to that different kind of
bloodline and obviously any horse we acquire like this, we are hoping can land in the stallion barn."
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Sat Jul 01, 2017 10:20 am

I'm pulling for Yoshida to develop even more into a really top-level horse. Bringing Sunday Silence's line back to the U.S. is a wonderful goal and I'm grateful to his connections for making the effort.
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Ridan_Remembered wrote:I'm pulling for Yoshida to develop even more into a really top-level horse. Bringing Sunday Silence's line back to the U.S. is a wonderful goal and I'm grateful to his connections for making the effort.
Agreed. He's a very exciting prospect for both the racetrack and the breeding shed.
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Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:30 am

Dabirsim(FR)(Hat Trick) covered 190 mares this year.

https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/f ... ers/291971
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