Hanshin Juvenile Fillies

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Hanshin Juvenile Fillies
Grade 1 race
Location Hanshin Racecourse
Takarazuka, Hyogo, Japan
Inaugurated1949
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Race information
Distance1,600 meters (about 8 furlongs / one mile)
SurfaceTurf
TrackRight-handed (outer course)
QualificationTwo-Year-Old Fillies
Weight Northern Hemisphere-breds 54 kg (119 lbs)
Southern Hemisphere-breds 51 kg (112 lbs)
Purse ¥ 123,300,000 (as of 2014)
1st: ¥ 65,000,000

The Hanshin Juvenile Fillies (阪神ジュベナイルフィリーズ) is a one-mile turf stakes race for thoroughbred fillies two years old. It is considered the de facto year-end championship for Japanese thoroughbred racing in the two-year-old fillies division.[ citation needed ]

Contents

Qualifying Races

Winners

Year
Winner
Jockey
Trainer
Owner
Time
1991Nishino FlowerMasao SatoMasahiro MatsudaMasayuki Nishiyama1:36.2
1992Suehiro Jo OHiromasa TamogiTakeshi YoshinagaOtojiro Kobayashi1:37.9
1993Hishi AmazonEiji NakadateTakayoshi NakanoMasaichiro Abe1:35.9
1994Yamanin Paradise Yutaka Take Kunikazu AsamiDoi Shoji1:34.7
1995 Biwa Heidi Koichi TsunodaMitsumasa HamadaBiwa1:35.3
1996Mejiro DoberYutaka YoshidaYokichi OkuboMejiro Shoji Inc.1:34.6
1997Ein BrideYoshihiro FurukawaToru MiyaMiyoji Araki1:35.8
1998StingerNorihiro Yokoyama Kazuo Fujisawa Teruya Yoshida1:37.0
1999Yamakatsu Suzuran Michael Kinane Kaneo IkezoeHiroyasu Yamada1:35.6
2000T M OceanMasaru HondaKatsuichi NishuiraMasatsugu Takezono1:34.6
2001Tamuro Cherry Olivier Peslier Masato NishizonoTamuro Taniguchi1:35.1
2002Peace of World Yuichi Fukunaga Masahiro SakaguchiTadashi Iida1:34.7
2003Yamanin SucreHirofumi ShiiHidekazu AsamiHajime Doi1:35.9
2004Shonan PeintreYutaka YoshidaYokichi OkuboTetsuhide Kunimoto1:35.2
2005T M PrecureShigefumi KumazawaTadao IgarashiMasatsugu Takezono1:37.3
2006 Vodka Hirofumi Shii Katsuhiko Sumii Yuzo Tanimizu1:33.1
2007 Tall Poppy Ken-ichi IkezoeKatsuhiko SumiiCarrot Farm1:33.8
2008 Buena Vista Katsumi AndoHiroyoshi MatsudaSunday Racing Co. Ltd1:35.2
2009 Apapane Masayoshi Ebina Sakae Kunieda Kaneko Makoto Holdings 1:34.9
2010 Reve d'Essor Yuichi Fukunaga Hiroyoshi MatsudaSunday Racing Co. Ltd1:35.7
2011 Joie de Vivre Yuichi Fukunaga Hiroyoshi MatsudaSunday Racing Co. Ltd1:34.9
2012Robe TissageShin-ichiro AkiyamaNaosuke SugaiSilk Co. Ltd.1:34.2
2013Red ReveurKeita TosakiNaosuke SugaiTokyo Horse Racing Co. Ltd1:33.9
2014 Shonan Adela Masayoshi EbinaYoshitaka NinomiyaTetsuhide Kunimoto1:34.4
2015 Major Emblem Christophe Lemaire Yasuhito TamuraSunday Racing Co. Ltd1:34.5
2016 Soul Stirring Christophe Lemaire Kazuo FujisawaShadai Race Horse Co. Ltd1:34.0
2017 Lucky Lilac Syu IshibashiMikio MatsunagaSunday Racing1:34.3
2018 Danon Fantasy Cristian Demuro Mitsumasa NakauchidaDanon Co Ltd1:34.1
2019 Resistencia Yuichi KitamuraTakeshi MatsushitaU Carrot Farm1:32.7
2020 Sodashi Hayato YoshidaNaosuke Sugai Kaneko Makoto Holdings 1:33.1

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