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It has been announced that the racehorse Through Seven Seas will be deregistered following her victory in the 2023 Nakayama Filly Stakes, and will transition to a new career as a broodmare.

The Japan Racing Association (JRA) announced on December 27 that it had canceled the racehorse registration for ‘Through The Seas’, the racehorse that won the 2023 Nakayama Mares’ Stakes (GIII). Through The Seas is a 5-year-old mare affiliated with the Miho stables owned by Tomoito Ozeki.

Through The Seas had shown success on the race track, including a victory at this year’s Nakayama Mares’ Stakes, with a sharpness inherited from her sire. However, after finishing 12th in the GI Arima Kinen, a fracture in her left fourth metatarsal bone was revealed, marking her final race.

According to the official website of Through The Seas’ owner, Carrot Club, she has concluded her racing career and will now be embarking on a new career as a broodmare. At the moment her new home is yet to be determined.

However, having shown a high performance with a fourth place finish in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Through The Seas leaves behind a significant record as a racehorse. All eyes are now on her entry into breeding, eager to see what kind of success her offspring, inheriting her pedigree, will show in the future.


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