Sankei Sho All Comers

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Sankei Sho All Comers
Grade 2 race
Nakayama Racecourse01.jpg
Nakayama Racecourse
LocationNakayama Racecourse
Inaugurated1955
Race typeThoroughbred Flat racing
Race information
Distance2200 metres
SurfaceTurf
TrackRight-handed
Qualification3-y-o +
Weight4-y-o+ 56kg, 3-y-o 52kg. Fillies & mares allowed 2kg.
Purse¥145,120,000 (total), ¥67,000,000 (winner)

The Sankei Sho All Comers (Japanese オールカマー) is a Grade 2 horse race for Thoroughbreds aged three and over run in September over a distance of 2,200 metres at Nakayama Racecourse.[1]

It was first run in 1955 and was promoted to Grade 3 in 1984 when its distance was increased from 2000 metres; the race was elevated to Grade 2 class in 1995. The race often serves as a trial race for the autumn edition of the Tenno Sho. Winners of the race have included Oguri Cap, Shonan Pandora and Rey de Oro.

Winners since 2000[edit]

Year
Winner
Age
Jockey
Trainer
Time
2000 Meisho Doto 4 Hitoshi Matoba Isao Yasuda 2:15.8
2001 Air Smap 6 Yoshitomi Shibata Kazuo Fujisawa 2:13.9
2002 Rosado[1] 6 Hiroki Goto Kojiro Hashiguchi 2:11.7
2003 Air Eminem 5 Masayoshi Ebina Yasunori Ito 2.14.4
2004 Tosen Dandy 6 Katsuura Masaki Hideyuki Mori 2.13.4
2005 Hookipa Wave 4 Hiroki Goto Yoshitaka Ninomiya 2:16.7
2006 Balance of Game 7 Tanaka Katsuharu Yoshitada Munakata 2:12.1
2007 Matsurida Gogh 4 Masayoshi Ebina Sakae Kunieda 2:12.5
2008 Matsurida Gogh 5 Masayoshi Ebina Sakae Kunieda 2:12.0
2009 Matsurida Gogh 6 Norihiro Yokoyama Sakae Kunieda 2:11.4
2010 Shingen 7 Shinji Fujita Hirofumi Toda 2:11.4
2011 Earnestly 6 Tetsuzo Sato Shozo Sasaki 2:11.2
2012 Nakayama Knight 4 Yoshitomi Shibata Yoshitaka Ninomiya 2:15.5
2013 Verde Green 5 Hironobu Tanabe Ikuo Aizawa 2:12.0
2014 Meiner Lacrima[1] 6 Keita Tosaki Hiroyuki Uehara 2:12.2
2015 Shonan Pandora 4 Kenichi Ikezoe Tomokazu Takano 2:11.9
2016 Gold Actor 5 Hayato Yoshida Tadashige Nakagawa 2:11.9[2]
2017 Rouge Buck 5 Hiroshi Kitamura[3] Masahiro Otake 2:13.8
2018 Rey de Oro 4 Christophe Lemaire Kazuo Fujisawa 2:11.2[4]

1 The 2002 and 2014 races took place at Niigata Racecourse.

Earlier winners[edit]

  • 1984 - Asaka Silver
  • 1985 - Asaka Silent
  • 1986 - Jusaburo
  • 1987 - Dyna Fairy
  • 1988 - Suzu Parade
  • 1989 - Oguri Cap
  • 1990 - Racket Ball
  • 1991 - George Monarch
  • 1992 - Ikuno Dictus
  • 1993 - Twin Turbo
  • 1994 - Biwa Hiyahide
  • 1995 - Hishi Amazon
  • 1996 - Sakura Laurel
  • 1997 - Mejiro Dober
  • 1998 - Daiwa Texas
  • 1999 - Hokkai Rousseau

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sankei Sho All Comers". Horse Racing in Japan.
  2. ^ "2016 result". Racing Post. 25 September 2016.
  3. ^ "2017 result". Racing Post. 24 September 2017.
  4. ^ "2018 result". Racing Post. 23 September 2018.