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Straight Girl Trap

Having a horse that you can train to be a straight girl trap is a big benefit to your breeding program. This will make it easier to create more athletic horses. It’s also a great way to make money. There are many different ways to breed a horse to be straight, and they all have different advantages and disadvantages.


Despite being a relatively unknown racehorse, Straight Girl is no slouch. She has an eye-catching bay color and a large white star adorning her head. She also has a white blaze on the lower part of her face. During her early years, she showed modest promise. However, as a six-year-old, she appeared to have reached a pinnacle. As a result, she is now retired to broodmare status. She was also ridden by Yasunari Iwata in 2014.

She made her racing debut in the Grade 3 Silk Road Stakes in February 2014. She stepped up in grade in March and finished third in the Takamatsunomiya Kinen. In September, she ran in the Grade 2 Centaur Stakes at Hanshin. The Sprinters Stakes, at Nakayama, drew a field of fourteen. While she finished fourth, she was the 3.4/1 favourite.

Retired as a broodmare

Despite proving herself as a high class performer in her early career, Straight Girl retired to broodmare status after she failed to win any more races in 2014. The Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse was bred by Okamoto Ranch and owned by Toshihiro Hirosaki. She has a partial white blaze on her muzzle and a large white star on her head.

Straight Girl had her first race in February of 2014 in the Grade 3 Silk Road Stakes at Kyoto. She finished third of eighteen runners, less than a half a length behind the winner. She won her second race in September in the Grade 2 Centaur Stakes at Hanshin. In 2015, she had a third place finish in the Sprinters Stakes at Nakayama and finished fourth in the Listed Victoria Mile at the Kyoto track. Despite failing to win again in 2014, Straight Girl retired to broodmare training after she became pregnant in 2014. She has a second foal born in 2018.

Straight Girl’s first foal was born in 2018. She is sired by Frankel and was bred at the Okamoto Ranch.



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