Japanese horse Panthalassa escapes and wins the world's highest prize money race Saudi Cup for horse racing with 10 million dollars (about 1.3 billion yen)

The Saudi Cup, known as the world's highest prize money race with a prize money of 10 million dollars (about 1.3 billion yen) and a total prize money of 20 million dollars (about 2.6 billion yen), will be held on February 25, 2023, Yoshihito Yahagi Stable. His Japanese horse, Panthalassa, won a brilliant escape. Although it depends on the rate, Panthalassa's prize money is expected to reach 1.9 billion yen at once, and he will jump up to the top of the prize money ranking of Japanese horses.

Panthalassa, who started from the innermost frame, took the lead and proceeded with the race, shaking off another Japanese horse, Geoglyph, in a straight line, and finally winning against Country Glamour, who drove in from the outside, leaving one horse length behind. I got it.

The day the Saudi Cup is held is called 'Saudi Cup Day' and a total of eight high-price races will be held. This time, from Japan, in addition to Panthalassa only in the Saudi Cup, Cafe Pharaoh (3rd), Geoglyph (4th), Crown Pride (5th), Jun Lightbolt (7th), Van de Garde (11th) total 6. Head out. In addition, Basrat Leon, who won the ``1351 Turf Sprint'' (first prize of $900,000, about 12 million yen), won with the ``Red Sea Turf Handicap'' (first prize of $1.5 million, about 20 million yen). In total, he won $ 17.9 million (about 2,443 million yen), which is equivalent to 57% of the prize amount of the entire Saudi Cup Day, including Silver Sonic.

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