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Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:24 pm

he was a very, very busy stallion. bit of a bummer, but if a mare wasn't sent to deep impact, it seemed like it was him or lord kanaloa. not super worried about his line, and i applaud that they're doing right by him.
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Tue Jul 09, 2019 7:56 am

G2 Del Mar Invitational Derby winner Ocean Crest has died in Turkey at the age of 28.
Ocean Crest; broodmare sire of multiple G1 winner Bricks and Mortar and G1 winner Emcee.

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sweettalk wrote:
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he was a very, very busy stallion. bit of a bummer, but if a mare wasn't sent to deep impact, it seemed like it was him or lord kanaloa. not super worried about his line, and i applaud that they're doing right by him.
It is a well-deserved retirement for King Kamehameha(JPN). :D
And there's absolutely no need to worry about his line. 8-)
In fact, he is now the most prominent sire of sires who ever stood in Japan since the great Sunday Silence(USA).
His sons Lord Kanaloa(JPN) and Rulership(JPN) are already proven as sires for the highest level fields.
Duramente(JPN) did super in the Select Sale even before his first crop would hit the track next year.
He had a lot more successors and Rey de Oro(JPN) will join soon.

And I wonder if King Kamehameha(JPN) has made his sire Kingmambo(USA) very proud. :D
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Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:40 am

#RIP SEA HERO
Oldest living Kentucky Derby winner stallion has died in Turkey at the age of 29.

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Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:16 am

Cidago wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:40 am
#RIP SEA HERO
Oldest living Kentucky Derby winner stallion has died in Turkey at the age of 29.
RIP Sea Hero. He lived a long life.

Thank you for sharing this news as I haven't seen it anywhere but here.
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Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:24 pm

What a pedigree he had. Every time I look at it, I find another famous name.
He has War Admiral twice four back and, judging by the name of Danzig's dam's sire (Admirals Voyage), he looked to have War Admiral five back. That is a lot of Man O' War. :D
There are a bunch of great sires, but he also has Busanda (male side) and Flower Bowl (female side) three back, mares who were so good that they both have races named after them.
I don't know if he made a mark as a stallion here in the US, but I imagine Turkey has a lot of TBs racing now who have his blood.
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BaroqueAgain1 wrote:
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What a pedigree he had. Every time I look at it, I find another famous name.
He has War Admiral twice four back and, judging by the name of Danzig's dam's sire (Admirals Voyage), he looked to have War Admiral five back. That is a lot of Man O' War. :D
There are a bunch of great sires, but he also has Busanda (male side) and Flower Bowl (female side) three back, mares who were so good that they both have races named after them.
I don't know if he made a mark as a stallion here in the US, but I imagine Turkey has a lot of TBs racing now who have his blood.
I agree. Of his 1st to 5th dam, only his 2nd wasn't considered a Reine-de-course. His first dam, Glowing Tribute, was Broodmare of the Year in 1993 and produced 6 Graded Stakes winner and one additional stakes winner. Its honestly hard to get a better pedigree. Its just solid everywhere.
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Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:40 pm

Sea Hero was lucky enough to have his son Hero's Tribute become a stallion. He's currently in Canada and has become a handy sporthorse sire.

His G1 daughter Cindy's Hero also produced a GSW, although he, Delegation, is a gelding.
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Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:42 pm

Admiral's Voyage was by Crafty Admiral, so it was 6 not 5 back to War Admiral there.
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Thanks for doing that research for me, ElP. ;)
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Mylute wrote:
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Sea Hero was lucky enough to have his son Hero's Tribute become a stallion. He's currently in Canada and has become a handy sporthorse sire.

His G1 daughter Cindy's Hero also produced a GSW, although he, Delegation, is a gelding.
He was apparently much better as a broodmare sire in Turkey than as a sire himself. He is the damsire of G1 winner Ballikaya (by Victory Gallop) who stands at stud there. http://www.aygirlar.com/ballikaya.aspx
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BaroqueAgain1 wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:24 pm
What a pedigree he had. Every time I look at it, I find another famous name.
He has War Admiral twice four back and, judging by the name of Danzig's dam's sire (Admirals Voyage), he looked to have War Admiral five back. That is a lot of Man O' War. :D
There are a bunch of great sires, but he also has Busanda (male side) and Flower Bowl (female side) three back, mares who were so good that they both have races named after them.
I don't know if he made a mark as a stallion here in the US, but I imagine Turkey has a lot of TBs racing now who have his blood.
I remember reading that he inherited Busanda’s moody temperament and only ran when he felt like it.
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Sun Jul 14, 2019 2:49 pm

Galileo gets his 80th G1 winner with Japan taking the Grand Prix de Paris at Longchamp.
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Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:28 am

Gold Ship(JPN) sired hir first winner, when his 2yo colt Satono Gold(JPN)[o/o My Jen(USA) by Fusaichi Pegasus(USA)] won on his debut going 1800m turf at Hakodate R5 Newcomer on July 14th 2019. :D
The grey colt also became the first JRA winner for his dam My Jen(USA), G2 Gallant Bloom winner in the US, who had been bred to Deep Impact four straight years before visiting Gold Ship.
https://www.jbis.jp/horse/0001235690/

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-- replay of Hakodate R5 1800m turf Newcomer July 14th 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkxJf7yW4xc
1st. Satono Gold(JPN)(Gold Ship) C2 Yutaka Take

Like Gold Ship, Satono Gold is trained by Naosuke Sugai.
Gold Ship was a debut winner at Sapporo seven years ago, too, going the same distance 1800m turf. 8-)
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Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:23 pm

Forty Tales Sold to Peruvian Breeders
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Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:41 pm

tachyon wrote:
Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:28 am
Gold Ship(JPN) sired hir first winner, when his 2yo colt Satono Gold(JPN)[o/o My Jen(USA) by Fusaichi Pegasus(USA)] won on his debut going 1800m turf at Hakodate R5 Newcomer on July 14th 2019. :D
The grey colt also became the first JRA winner for his dam My Jen(USA), G2 Gallant Bloom winner in the US, who had been bred to Deep Impact four straight years before visiting Gold Ship.
https://www.jbis.jp/horse/0001235690/

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-- replay of Hakodate R5 1800m turf Newcomer July 14th 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkxJf7yW4xc
1st. Satono Gold(JPN)(Gold Ship) C2 Yutaka Take

Like Gold Ship, Satono Gold is trained by Naosuke Sugai.
Gold Ship was a debut winner at Sapporo seven years ago, too, going the same distance 1800m turf. 8-)
Yay! Thanks for posting this. I'd be curious to know what this colt's personality is like, because we all know Gold Ship is unique and My Jen is a major witch.
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mariasmon wrote:
Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:41 pm
tachyon wrote:
Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:28 am
Gold Ship(JPN) sired hir first winner, when his 2yo colt Satono Gold(JPN)[o/o My Jen(USA) by Fusaichi Pegasus(USA)] won on his debut going 1800m turf at Hakodate R5 Newcomer on July 14th 2019. :D
The grey colt also became the first JRA winner for his dam My Jen(USA), G2 Gallant Bloom winner in the US, who had been bred to Deep Impact four straight years before visiting Gold Ship.
https://www.jbis.jp/horse/0001235690/

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-- replay of Hakodate R5 1800m turf Newcomer July 14th 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkxJf7yW4xc
1st. Satono Gold(JPN)(Gold Ship) C2 Yutaka Take

Like Gold Ship, Satono Gold is trained by Naosuke Sugai.
Gold Ship was a debut winner at Sapporo seven years ago, too, going the same distance 1800m turf. 8-)
Yay! Thanks for posting this. I'd be curious to know what this colt's personality is like, because we all know Gold Ship is unique and My Jen is a major witch.
His trainer Naosuke Sugai reportedly said a week before his debut rece, ''He tries to bite at his workout partner. Gold Ship had the same habit. I hope that he will show his fighting spirit and gameness in his debut race''. :lol: :lol:
Fans were really encouraged by that Sugai's remark :lol: :lol: :lol: and sent Satono Gold the top choice and the colt lived up to it.
He looked still green and kept his jockey busy throughout the race.
But he broke from the gate well at least and showed his second gear in the final furlong. :D
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Tue Jul 16, 2019 9:27 am

tachyon wrote:
Tue Jul 16, 2019 9:13 am
mariasmon wrote:
Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:41 pm
tachyon wrote:
Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:28 am
Gold Ship(JPN) sired hir first winner, when his 2yo colt Satono Gold(JPN)[o/o My Jen(USA) by Fusaichi Pegasus(USA)] won on his debut going 1800m turf at Hakodate R5 Newcomer on July 14th 2019. :D
The grey colt also became the first JRA winner for his dam My Jen(USA), G2 Gallant Bloom winner in the US, who had been bred to Deep Impact four straight years before visiting Gold Ship.
https://www.jbis.jp/horse/0001235690/

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-- replay of Hakodate R5 1800m turf Newcomer July 14th 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkxJf7yW4xc
1st. Satono Gold(JPN)(Gold Ship) C2 Yutaka Take

Like Gold Ship, Satono Gold is trained by Naosuke Sugai.
Gold Ship was a debut winner at Sapporo seven years ago, too, going the same distance 1800m turf. 8-)
Yay! Thanks for posting this. I'd be curious to know what this colt's personality is like, because we all know Gold Ship is unique and My Jen is a major witch.
His trainer Naosuke Sugai reportedly said a week before his debut rece, ''He tries to bite at his workout partner. Gold Ship had the same habit. I hope that he will show his fighting spirit and gameness in his debut race''. :lol: :lol:
Fans were really encouraged by that Sugai's remark :lol: :lol: :lol: and sent Satono Gold the top choice and the colt lived up to it.
He looked still green and kept his jockey busy throughout the race.
But he broke from the gate well at least and showed his second gear in the final furlong. :D
He should be interesting going forward.
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Tue Jul 16, 2019 2:34 pm

2018 Investec Derby winner Masar is being retired to stud for Godolphin.
https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing ... ed-to-stud
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