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Racecourse : Busan, Korea.

Sunday, 4 December 2022 BUSAN Race Results

Race No Race Name Winner Jockey Trainer Win Time PM KRW ₩
R1 CLASS 6 SPECIAL WEIGHT A YEONGGWANGUI ACE YOU HYUN MYUNG THOMAS GILLESPIE 1:15.30 60,000,000
R2 CLASS 6 SPECIAL WEIGHT A DAMYANGUISIN KIM EU SOO YANG KUI SUN 1:16.50 25,000,000
R3 CLASS 5 HANDICAP I LOVE HANSEN SONG KEONG YUN YANG KUI SUN 1:28.70 40,000,000
R4 CLASS 4 HANDICAP GREAT CAPTAIN PARK JAE I GU MIN SUNG 1:40.40 60,000,000
R5 CLASS 2 HANDICAP CHOEGANG SSONSAL JUNG DO YUN KANG HYOUNG GON 1:13.70 90,000,000
R6 CLASS OPEN SPECIAL WEIGHT A SPEED YOUNG YOU HYUN MYUNG BANG DONG SUK 1:26.60 650,000,000
Busan Past Races

Last 12 Meetings

Date SOT Rails Races Runners
04 DEC 2022

R1 - R6 GOOD

- 6 70
02 DEC 2022

R1 - R9 GOOD

- 9 94
27 NOV 2022

R1 - R6 FAST

- 6 70
25 NOV 2022

R1 - R9 FAST

- 9 103
20 NOV 2022

R1 - R6 FAST

- 6 69
18 NOV 2022

R1 - R9 GOOD

- 9 100
13 NOV 2022

R1 - R6 MUDDY

- 6 67
11 NOV 2022

R1 - R9 FAST

- 9 94
06 NOV 2022

R1 - R6 FAST

- 6 63
04 NOV 2022

R1 - R9 FAST

- 9 89
30 OCT 2022

R1 - R6 FAST

- 6 65
28 OCT 2022

R1 - R8 FAST

- 8 82

Track Map Guide

Related News

Korea: Friday, 2nd December 2022

Busan Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million

Raon juggernaut roars on as Raon The Spurt romps Queens’ Tour final

After a campaign of mainly coming off second-best when it really counts, Raon The Spurt finally got her reward in the shape of a big Group race win as she dominated the Gyeongnam Governor’s Cup (2000M KOR-G2) at Busan on Sunday afternoon, securing the final leg of the Queens’ Tour for herself and the overall series title for stablemate Raon First.

Korea: Sunday, 27th November 2022

Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million

Raon The Spurt can avenge Tiara defeats in Queens’ Tour finale

The Queens’ Tour reaches its conclusion at Busan on Sunday afternoon with the Gyeongnam Governor’s Cup (2000M KOR-G3) and while the leader of the series and the nation’s top filly or mare, Raon First, isn’t in attendance following her President’s Cup heroics two weeks ago, a solid field of sixteen will take their chance.

Korea: Friday, 25th November 2022

Busan Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million

Raon Giant and Doctor Oscar claim big juvenile filly wins

The juvenile filly division had their big day at Seoul and Busan on Sunday and Raon Giant and Doctor Oscar both ran out dominant winners of their respective track’s feature races.

Korea: Sunday, 20th November 2022

Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million

Raon Giant can follow Raon First’s example In Gwacheon Mayor’s Trophy

Juvenile fillies take centre stage on Sunday at both Seoul and Busan with the Gwacheon Mayor’s Trophy in the capital and the Gyeongnam Do Min Ilbo Trophy on the south coast providing a stiff test as well as a big prize for next year’s Triple Tiara hopefuls.

Korea: Friday, 18th November 2022

Busan Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million

Raon First downs Korea Cup Winner to become first mare to land President’s Cup

Raon First, the only mare in the race, produced a home stretch burst up the inside to leave defending champion Simjangui Godong and Korea Cup winner Winner’s Man behind and score a sensational win in the President’s Cup (2000M KOR-G1) at Seoul Racecourse on Sunday afternoon.

Korea: Sunday, 13th November 2022

Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million

Korea Cup hero Winner’s Man returns in President’s Cup

Ten weeks on from his memorable Korea Cup victory, Winner’s Man returns to action and to Seoul Racecourse on Sunday afternoon, where he will be hot favourite to win the President’s Cup (2000M KOR-G1).

Korea: Friday, 11th November 2022

Busan Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million

Hangang Ace stumbles at Seoul as Fantastic Kingdom maintains streak at Busan

Fantastic Kingdom maintained his dominance of the juvenile ranks at Busan by winning the Gimhae Mayor’s Trophy, but at Seoul Hangang Ace spilled his jockey at the start ensuring that a new name would claim the NACF Chairman’s Trophy. That name would prove to be Saenae Town who came through late to score in a topsy-turvy finish.