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Deep Sky (horse)

Deep Sky
Deep Sky winning NHK Mile Cup 2008 on May 11
Sire Agnes Tachyon
Dam Abi
Grandsire Sunday Silence
Damsire Chief's Crown
Gender colt
Foaled 2005
Country Japan
Color Chestnut
Breeder Kasamatsu Bokujho
Owner Toshio Hukami
Trainer Mitsugu Kon
Record 11: 4-4-1
Earnings 351,401,000 Yen
Deep Sky is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Abi by Agnes Tachyon. He was born around 2005 in Japan, and was bred by Kasamatsu Bokujho.
Major wins
NHK Mile Cup (2008)
Tokyo Yushun (2008)
JRA Award for Best Three-Year-Old Colt (2008)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on February 20, 2010

Deep Sky (ディープスカイ?) (May 11, 2005 - ) is a Japanese racehorse which won the 2007 Tokyo Yūshun and NHK Mile Cup.

Race career

- 2007 -

Deep Sky became 2 years old, and it was left with Kon of the trainer. The deep sky made its debut in October, 2007, but the age was not able to win in a race.

- 2008 -

Deep Sky enter in a race six times and finally win in a race for the first time at the end of January, 2008.Deep Sky that finally arrested Katsutoshi on a race entered in two races afterwards, but neither was able to beat it.However, Deep Sky gives victory in Mainichi Hai performed at the end of March.Deep Sky that won in Mainichi Hai will enter in the NHK Mile Cup which is the one of the big races for the 3 years old horse.

Deep Sky entered in NHK Mile Cup on schedule.Deep Sky ran through the inside by the last straight line and He overtook the Black Shell which ran in the front and made a goal with 1.

Deep Sky entered in Tokyo Yūshun which was a race to select the strongest 3 years old horse as in Japan.In the same way as time of the NHK Mile Cup, Deep Sky decided to overtake the horse which ran in the front by the last straight line.And the Deep Sky ran in the first outside and overtook the other horses which ran for the inside by the last straight line in a mass.


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