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Hanshin Juvenile Fillies

Domestic Grade 1 race
Hanshin Juvenile Fillies
Location Hanshin Racecourse
Takarazuka, Hyogo, Japan
Inaugurated 1949
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Race information
Distance 1,600 meters (about 8 furlongs / one mile)
Track Turf, right-handed (outer course)
Qualification Two-Year-Old Fillies
Weight Northern Hemisphere-breds 54 kg (119 lbs)
Southern Hemisphere-breds 51 kg (112 lbs)
Purse ¥114,000,000

The Hanshin Juvenile Fillies 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.

Qualifying Races

  • Daily Hai Nisai Stakes
  • Fantasy Stakes
  • Keio Hai Nisai Stakes

Winners

  • 2009 - Apapane
  • 2008 - Buena Vista
  • 2007 - Tall Poppy
  • 2005 - T M Precure
  • 2004 - Shonan Peintre
  • 2003 - Yamanin Sucre
  • 2002 - Peace of World
  • 2001 - Tamuro Cherry
  • 2000 - T M Ocean
  • 1999 - Yamakatsu Suzuran
  • 1998 - Stinger
  • 1997 - Ein Bride
  • 1996 - Mejiro Dober
  • 1995 - Biwa Heidi
  • 1994 - Yamanin Paradise
  • 1993 - Hishi Amazon
  • 1992 - Suehiro Jo O
  • 1991 - Nishino Flower

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