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Symboli Rudolf

Symboli Rudolf
Sire Partholon
Dam Sweet Luna
Grandsire Milesian
Damsire Speed Symboli
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1981
Country Japan
Color Bay
Breeder Symboli Bokujo
Owner Symboli Bokujo
Trainer Yuji Nohira
Record 16: 13-1-1
Earnings 684,824,200 yen
Symboli Rudolf is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Sweet Luna by Partholon. He was born on 1981 in Japan, and was bred by Symboli Bokujo.
Major wins
Satsuki Sho (1984)
Tokyo Yushun (1984)
Kikuka Sho (1984)
Arima Kinen (1984)
Tenno Sho (spring) (1985)
Japan Cup (1985)
Arima Kinen (1985)
Japanese Champion 4-Year-Old Colt (1984)
Japanese Horse of the Year (1984, 1985)
Japanese Champion Older Colt or Horse (1985)
Japan Racing Association Hall of Fame (1987)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on June 27, 2009

Symboli Rudolf (Japanese : シンボリルドルフ, March 13, 1981 - ) was a Japanese thoroughbred racehorse, sired by Partholon, a son of Milesian, out of Sweet Luna, a daughter of Speed Symboli. Symboli Rudolf was inducted into the Japan Racing Association Hall of Fame in 1987.


Racing career

Major Racing Wins </dt>

  • 1984 Yayoi Sho (Domestic GIII), Nakayama Turf 2000m
  • 1984 Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas) (Domestic GI), Nakayama Turf 2000m
  • 1984 Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) (Domestic GI), Tokyo Turf 2400m
  • 1984 St Lite Kinen (Domestic GII), Nakayama Turf 2200m
  • 1984 Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) (Domestic GI), Kyoto Turf 3000m
  • 1984 Arima Kinen (Grand Prix) (Domestic GI), Nakayama Turf 2500m
  • 1985 Nikkei Sho (Domestic GII), Nakayama Turf 2500m
  • 1985 Tenno Sho (spring) (Domestic GI), Kyoto Turf 3200m
  • 1985 Arima Kinen (Grand Prix) (Domestic GI), Nakayama Turf 2500m


Daughters/Sons </dt>


Pedigree of Symboli Rudolf
Milesian My Babu Djebel
Oatflake Coup de Lyon
Paleo Pharis Pharos
Colonice Abjer
Sweet Luna
Speed Symboli Royal Challenger Royal Charger
Sweet Inn Rising Light
Dance Time Palestine Fair Trial
Samaritaine Maravedis

See also

  • St Lite (Japanese first Triple crown in 1941)
  • Shinzan (Japanese Triple crown in 1964)
  • Mr. C.B. (Japanese Triple crown in 1983)


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