Today, the successes of Japan-trained racehorses overseas are seen as nothing unusual.
For example, on March 26, while many in Japan were asleep, some of Japan’s best ran in eight races at the Dubai World Cup Day, snatching five victories. During the event, there was also the dramatic outcome of Panthalassa sharing first in a dead-heat turf race.
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