Horse Racing
Tachikawa Tokubetsu - Form Comments

07/05/2021 15:12

1600m – Dirt

Ace Raising

Won in lower class (1700m) last November, but no match for the winners since runnng in this class.  Usually leads.  Won on standard and good.

Arch King

Three wins from 27 runs.  Will be back to dirt for the first time in five years.  Finished below par in two starts this term.  Tactically versatile, but best when handy.  Won on standard.

Banana Boat

Tasted long awaited first win in over three years last November, but finished below par in last two starts.  Usually settles midfield or better.  Placed and won on between standard and muddy. 

Gempachi Mighty

Won the 1-win class (1400m) last September.  Finished 10th at his seasonal bow in the class (1400m) and 8th (1400m) last out.  Won when led or raced handy.  Can handle both standard and muddy going.

Le Monde

Won the 1-win class when opened his dirt account last December and finished third in the class (1400m) in February.  Could not prove his favoritism when 10th latest.  Settles midfield or better.  Tested on standard and good.

Meiner Ilargi

Consistent performer with two wins, seven seconds and two thirds from 18 runs.  Won by 2.5L in a lower class last month.  Races handy.  No ground worries.

Mercury Seven

Won in a lower class (1600m) when dropping down the distance in November, but no match for the winners in last three runs.  Won when handy and on standard and muddy going.

Metal Spark

Finished in top three in five out of his first seven runs, but could not maintain his consistency this term.  Hold up runner.  Best on standard and sloppy.

Newton Tesoro

Two wins, three seconds and two thirds between 1400m and 1800m in 10 starts.  Finished in top three in two starts in the class this term.  Tactically versatile.  Handles all going.


Two wins and two seconds in four starts.  The consistent performer between 1600m and 1800m won a lower class by 5L at Nakayama in March last out.  Races handy and no ground worries.

Storm Gust

Won a lower class (1800m) last October.  Showed upward curve when 2nd in the class (1400m) at Tokyo in January but finished below par in the last three runs.  Settles close to speed or can lead.  No ground worries. 

Tokai Orden

Never fired when 11th at 2200m turf in lower class in January, but showed dramatic change with impressive closing speed for 2.5L win over 1800m dirt in March.  Finished fifth at the class (1800m) latest.  Hold-up runner.  Won on standard track.