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Son of Admire Moon lands the Takamatsunomiya Kinen at Chukyo

Fine Needle landed his biggest triumph to date on Sunday, 25 March when taking his first G1 in the Takamatsunomiya Kinen.

From March 17 2018, all horses currently racing in the JRA in the name His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, will henceforth race in the racing name of Godolphin.

The racing silks will also change to royal blue with one light blue band on the sleeve. There will be no change in the ownership of horses racing in the NAR circuit.

Fine Needle beats his paternal half-brothers Seiun Kosei and Fumino Moon at Kyoto

The G3 Silk Road Stakes, run over 1200m on turf at Kyoto, turned into an Admire Moon benefit on Sunday, 28 January when he sired the fi

Fees have been announced for the seven stallions that will stand on the Darley roster in Japan for the 2018 breeding season.

G1-winning son of prolific sire War Front will stand in Hokkaido in 2018

American Patriot, G1 Maker’s Mile Stakes winner and from the family of Symboli Kris S, has been retired from racing and will join the Darley stallion roster in Japan for 2018.

Moon Crest wins the Port Island Stakes at Hanshin while Once In A Moon is an excellent third in the G1 Sprinters Stakes

Admire Moon enjoyed an excellent Sunday, 1 October with his runners in both Stakes races either winning or running brilliant races.

Son of Admire Moon adds first Black Type win to his record at Hanshin

Four-year-old Admire Moon colt Fine Needle added his sixth career win and a first at Group level on Sunday, 10 September with vic

Son of Teofilo shows no sign of rust in winning his first start in over a year

Massaat made his first start in over a year a winning one when he charged to a one-and-three-quarter length victory in the G2 Betfred Hungerford Stakes at Newbury.

Son of Admire Moon lands the Baden-Baden Cup

Fumino Moon, a five-year-old son of Admire Moon, won his second Stakes race on Sunday 16 July when landing the Listed