Shinzan


Shinzan

Thoroughbred racehorse infobox
horsename= Shinzan


caption= Shinzan statue(Kyoto
sire= Hindostan
grandsire= Bois Roussel
dam= Hayanobori
damsire= Hayatake
sex= Stallion
foaled= 1961
country= Japan Flagicon|Japan
colour= Bay
breeder= Yoshimatsu Matsuhashi
owner= Kokichi Hashimoto
trainer= Bungo Takeda
record= 19: 15-4-0
earnings= 60,219,700 JPY
race= Spring Stakes (1964)
Satsuki Sho (1964)
Tokyo Yushun (1964)
Kikuka Sho (1964)
Takarazuka Kinen (1965)
Meguro Kinen (Autumn) (1965)
Tenno Sho (Autumn) (1965)
Arima Kinen (1965)
awards= Japanese Champion 3-Yr-Old Colt (1964)
Japanese Horse of the Year (1964, 1965)
Japanese Champion Older Colt or Horse (1965)
honours= Japan Racing Association Hall of Fame (1984)
Statue at Kyoto Racecourse
Shinzan Kinen at Kyoto Racecourse
updated= January 31, 2008

Shinzan(シンザン, 2 April 1961 - 13 July 1996) was a thoroughbred racehorse that won the Japanese Triple Crown.

Sired by Irish Derby winner Hindostan and out of the Japanese dam Hayanobori, he is the best Japanese racehorse of the post-war era and became the first horse to win all 5 big titles of Japan including the Japanese Triple Crown.

Shinzan was born on April 2, 1961 in the Hokkaidō Prefecture. He became the second horse to win the Japanese Triple Crown and was named Japanese Horse of the Year in 1964. Shinzan won the Arima Kinen, Takarazuka Kinen and Tenno Sho Autumn as a four-year-old, defending his Horse of the Year title.

He was also successful sire in Japan. His most successful offspring was Miho Shinzan (ミホシンザン) who won the Japanese 2,000 Guineas, Japanese St. Leger, and the Tenno Sho Spring.

Shinzan died in Hokkaidō on July 13, 1996 at the age of 35.

Principal Race Wins

* 1964 Fuji TV Sho Spring Stakes, Tokyo Turf 1800m
* 1964 Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2,000 Guineas), Tokyo Turf 2000m (equivalent to GI)
* 1964 Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby), Tokyo Turf 2400m (equivalent to GI)
* 1964 Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger), Kyoto Turf 3000m (equivalent to GI)
* 1965 Takarazuka Kinen, Hanshin Turf 2000m
* 1965 Meguro Kinen(Autumn), Tokyo Turf 2500m
* 1965 Tenno Sho(Autumn), Tokyo Turf 3200m (equivalent to GI)
* 1965 Arima Kinen(Grand Prix), Nakayama Turf 2600m (equivalent to GI)

Awards

* 1964 Horse of the Year and Best Three-year-old Colt (Keishu Award)
* 1965 Horse of the Year and Best Older Colt or Horse (Keishu Award)
* 1984 JRA Hall of Fame horse(Keishu Award is current JRA Award.)

Pedigree

Pedigree
name = Shinzan
f = Hindostan 
m = Hayanobori
ff = Bois Roussel
fm = Sonibai
mf = Hayatake
mm = Daigo Buchanum Beauty
fff = Vatout
ffm = Plucky Liege
fmf = Solario
fmm = Udaipur
mff = Theft
mfm = Hiryū
mmf = Tournesol
mmm = Buchanum Beauty
ffff = Prince Chimay
fffm = Vashti
ffmf = Spearmint
ffmm = Concertina
fmff = Gainsborough
fmfm = Sun Worship
fmmf = Blandford
fmmm = Uganda
mfff = Tetratema
mffm = Voleuse
mfmf = Clackmannan
mfmm = Yinkari
mmff = Gainsborough
mmfm = Soliste
mmmf = Shian Mor
mmmm = Daisan Beautiful Dreamer (F-No.12)


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