[Ajustement intermédiaire]In the 1-win class of the previous race, he escaped from the right attack and took a comfortable victory 3 lengths from 2nd. Even though it was a flat field limited to fillies, it was a win that put a lot of strain on the big ability. It seems that the effect of the shadow roller, which was the first time I wore it, was also excellent. It was decided to move to the Rose Stakes from that win, and it was adjusted to Ritto from early September with short-term grazing. On 3 and 4, he loosened his body on the 15-15 incline, and on the incline chase on 7 a week ago, he was overwhelmed with the response, despite being an inferior opponent. And on the 11th, a single pass on CW. At the end the load is applied and the 1F is 10 seconds 9 (full) and shows the dynamic legs.
[Dernier rattrapage]A week before, Sunday catch-up and gently digested training. During race week it would have been nice to race solo, but I chose to race together on the tracks. When he entered the 3-Year-Old, 1-Win class, which he was aiming for in the final focus content, he showcased his fighting spirit in the latest gimmick and introduced it.
[Avis]A clear win in a state where the previous run was kind of over. It was 4 weeks after that, and it was a situation where it wasn’t necessary to attack as much, but it seems the short term grazing resulted in tremendous recovery and growth. Since it is a heavy challenge that the ticket to the final triple crown match was on the line, he has no choice but to attack. This time he performed the Sunday wood hunt he had passed in the previous race, and showed dramatic improvement there. In the final chase, he raced side by side with Meisho Clift, a talented horse of the same generation, and showed a strong race. The body is elongated and full of fullness. Even in a GII partner relationship, if it’s that atmosphere, it’s good to be on par.
Overall Rating “A”
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Takeki Nishimura (freelance writer)
A freelance writer who specializes in overtaking racehorse ratings and continues to write primarily for online media. Currently, he writes and is in charge of weekly reports on all horses racing in the prizes classified for the “Horse Racing Salon” of UMAJIN.net. He is also involved in the professional wrestling industry and has a habit of contributing to weekly wrestling and books.