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Victoria Mile

Grade 1 race
Victoria Mile
Location Tokyo Racecourse, Fuchu, Tokyo, Tokyo
Inaugurated 2006
Race type Thoroughbred
Website japanracing.jp/
Race information
Distance 1600 meters
(About 8 furlongs / 1 mile)
Track Turf, Left-handed
Qualification 4-y-o & Up, Fillies & Mares only, Thoroughbreds
Weight 55 kg

The Victoria Mile (ヴィクトリアマイル (Vikutoria Mairu?)) is a Grade 1 flat horse race in Japan for three-year-old and above thoroughbred fillies and mares run over a distance of 1,600 metres (approximately 1 mile) on the turf at Tokyo Racecourse in May.

Winners

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Owner

Time
2006 Dance in the Mood 5 Hiroshi Kitamura Kazuo Fujisawa Shadai Race Horse 1:34.0
2007 Koiuta 4 Masami Matsuoka Masashi Okuhira Maekawa Kikaku 1:32.5
2008 Asian Winds 4 Shinji Fujita Hideaki Fujiwara Yoshimi Ota 1:33.7
2009 Vodka 5 Yutaka Take Katsuhiko Sumii Yuzo Tanimizu 1:32.4
2010 Buena Vista 4 Norihiro Yokoyama Hiroyoshi Matsuda Sunday Racing 1:32.4



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