The 81st Oka Sho (3-year-old open, G1, mare, turf 1600m, 1st prize = 100 million yen, 5 million yen) held at Hanshin 11R on April 11 was the second most popular ride of Hayato Yoshida, Sodashi. (Mare 3, Kurito, Naosuke Sugai) wins. For the first time in history, a white-haired horse won the classic race. The winning time is a record of 1 minute 31 seconds 1 (good). The most popular Satono Reinas (female 3, Miho, Sakae Kunieda) came in second, and the eighth-most popular Fine Rouge (female 3, Miho, Tetsuya Kimura) came in third.
The white horse won the classic race for the first time in history. Sodashi got off to a good start in the 5th minute, and when he got on the flow well near the 3rd and 4th places ahead, he got a great response and went to the game. In a straight line, he tried to push through at the beginning from the third minute of Baba, and in front of the goal, he jumped into the glorious goal by surpassing the pursuit of the most popular Satono Reinas, who had grown dramatically from the outside. Sodashi, who won the Oka Sho, has a pedigree of father Kurofune, mother Buchiko, and mother’s father King Kamehameha. It is a horse produced by Northern Farm in Abira Town, Hokkaido, and the owner is Makoto Kaneko Holdings Co., Ltd. The total result is 5 races and 5 wins. The heavy prize is the 4th win after 20 years Sapporo 2-year-old stakes (G3), Artemis stakes (G3), Hanshin Juvenile Fillies (G1). Hayato Yoshida jockey on the saddle and Naosuke Sugai trainer who manages both won the Oka Sho for the first time. [All arrival order] 1st Sodashi Hayato Yoshida 2nd Satono Reinas C. Lemer 3rd Fine Rouge Yuichi Fukunaga 4th Akaitorino Musume Takeshi Yokoyama 5th Ard Vivre M. Demuro 6th Kukuna Yusuke Fujioka 7th Stuty Yasumasa Iwata 8th Zum Iwata Nozomi 9th Hoou Wixel Maruta Kyosuke 10th Minnie Isle Kota Fujioka 11th Ginestra Koji Kitamura 12th Stripe Hironobu Tanabe 13th Elizabeth Tower Masamasa Kawada 14th Bluebird Shibata Daichi 15th Songline Kenichi Ikezoe 16th Ruby Ryuji Wada 17th Yoka Yoka Hideaki 18th Maykei Ale Norihiro Yokoyama