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First timers can aid in justification in the freshman battle


Dona Sweat is No Sweat’s first pony (pictured) | King Lauren

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In this next series, we take a look at some of the U.S.-born and/or U.S.-born runners taking part this coming weekend at the Japan Racing Association circuit tracks. Edition, focusing on pedigree and/or performance in sales. Here are the horses of interest for this weekend’s run at Hanshin and Nakayama Racecourse. While much of the local focus will be on the 14 athletes who took part in four races including the Hong Kong Longines International Races, Sunday’s home run includes G1 Hanshin Juvenile Fillies:

Saturday, December 10, 2022
6-NKY, 13,400,000 ($98k)Newbie, 2 years old, 1800m
LAP SAO (c, 2, justification–Guest Suite, by Ghostapper) looking to give his first male (by Scat Daddy) a winner in a competitive JRA circuit in week three. Acquired by trainer Hideyuki Mori on behalf of owner Susumu Fujita in September for $400,000, the February 5 pony is half-brother to GIII winner Lecomte S. Guest House (Quality Sugar). The Black Bay pony is the winning daughter of Class III winner Welcome Surprise (Finding Gold), who sadly passed away this year, and the third dam includes names like AP Indy, Summer Squall and Court Vision. This is also the family of the third GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Raging Sea (make for curly). B-Hartmut H Malluche & Silesia Farm (KY)

Sunday, December 11, 2022
4th-HSN, 13,400,000 ($98k)Newbie, 2 years old, 1800m
DONA SHORT (f, 2, justification–Do not sweat, because Blame) was the first of her double staked dam, purchased by Ashview Farm for $300,000 during the Keeneland sale in November 2018 before visiting the stallion for a first experience. firstly. Graduating $425,000 in last year’s KEESEP sale, Dona Sweat is the granddaughter of MSW & MGSP Coolwind (Forest Wildcat), she’s the dam of GIII Iowa Derby winner Looking Cool (candy ride {Arg}). Her third dam is level III heroine Scoop (Gone West). B-Ashview Farm & Colts Neck Stables (KY)

11th-HSN, Juvenile HSN Fillies-G1, 123m ($903 thousand)2yo, f, 1600mT
GOALS IN LIFE (f, 2, Kitten’s Joy–Elisheva, by Smart Strike) successfully launched in terms of path and distance on October 15 (video, SC 2) and made herself clear when she first faced the winners for the sixth time on November 27, North Hills homebred was the first product from her dam, the champion’s daughter. Opponent Believe (Jpn) (Sunday Silence), whose G1 award-winning son S. of sprinter Gendarme (Kitten’s Joy) broke through from hole eight in the G1 Longines Hong Kong Sprint on Sunday. Believe is also responsible for MSW & G1SP Faridat (Kingmambo) and SW/GSP Fiducia (Medaglia d’Oro). B-North Hills Company Limited (KY)

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