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Repeat Grade 1 win for son of Fuji Kiseki 

KINSHASA NO KISEKI, an Australian-bred son of Japanese sire Fuji Kiseki, took the Grade 1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen at Hanshin, Japan, on Sunday. It was his second successive win in the race.

The eight-year-old is one of two Australian-bred runners by the sire to have scored at the top level, with Sun Classique having scored Grade 1 victories in South Africa and winning the Group 1 Dubai Sheema Classic at Nad Al Sheba.


Fuji Kiseki is a son of Sunday Silence standing at Shadai Farm, and his Japanese-bred Grade 1 winners include Danon Chantilly, Kane Hekili, Fine Grain, Koiuta and Grace Tiara.

Kinshasa No Kiseki is out of the US-bred Pleasant Colony mare Keltshaan and was bred by Arrowleave Joint Venture.





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