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Tokino Minoru

Tokino Minoru
Sire Theft (IRE)
Dam Daini Tyrant's Queen (GB)
Grandsire Tetratema
Damsire Soldennis
Gender Colt
Foaled 1948
Country Japan
Color Bay
Breeder Honkiri spread Co., Ltd.
Owner Masaichi Nagata
Trainer Kazuichiro Tanaka
Record 10: 10-0-0
Earnings 4,257,150 yen
Summary
Tokino Minoru is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Daini Tyrant's Queen (GB) by Theft (IRE). He was born on 1948 in Japan, and was bred by Honkiri spread Co., Ltd..
Major wins
Asahi Hai Sansai Stakes (1950)
Satsuki Sho (1951)
Tokyo Yushun (1951)
Honors
Japan Racing Association Hall of Fame (1984)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on July 19, 2009

Tokino Minoru (Japanese : トキノミノル, May 2, 1948 - June 20, 1951) was an undefeated Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse, sired by Theft (GB), a son of Tetratema, out of Daini Tyrant's Queen, a daughter of Soldennis.

He died in 1951 from tetanus.[1]

An important three-year-old stakes race called Tokinominoru Kinene (Memorial) is named in his honour and held at the Tokyo racecourse.[1] Tokino Minoru was inducted into the Japan Racing Association Hall of Fame in 1984.


Racing career

Major Racing Wins </dt>

  • 1951 Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas), Nakayama Turf 2000m


Pedigree of Tokino Minoru B. c. 1948
Sire
Theft (IRE)
Tetratema The Tetrarch Roi Herode
Vahren
Scotch Gift Symington
Maund
Voleuse Volta Valens
Agnes Velasquez
Sun Worship Sundridge
Doctrine
Dam
Daini Tyrant's Queen (GB)
Soldennis Tredennis Kendal
St.Marguerite
Soligena Soliman
St.Guntheirn
Tyrant's Queen Phalaris Polymelus
Bromus
Silver Queen The Tetrarch
Princess Sterling (14)

See also

  • List of Undefeated horses

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ahnert, Rainer L. (editor in chief), “Thoroughbred Breeding of the World”, Pozdun Publishing, Germany, 1970




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