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|Local Grade I
(South Kanto Grade I) race
|Location||Oi Racecourse, Shinagawa, Tokyo|
|Race type||Thoroughbred flat racing|
|Distance||1,800 meters (approx. 10 furlongs)|
|Weight||colts & geldings 56 kg / fillies 54 kg|
|Purse||¥35,000,000 (2015 race)|
The Haneda Hai (羽田盃, "Haneda Cup") is a Japanese thoroughbred horse race on dirt track only for three years old. It is run over a distance of 1,800 meters (about 9 furlongs) at Oi Racecourse in Shinagawa, Tokyo in April or May. This race is graded as South Kanto (Minami-Kanto) grade 1 (S1) just like the Tokyo Derby.
It began in 1955 as the Oi Hai. Its name was changed to Haneda Hai in commemoration of Haneda racecourse which used to be situated next to Shinagawa.
Its distance has been changed three times. From 1955 to 1966, it was 2000 meters long, from 1967 to 1998, 2400 meters, and after 1999, 2000 meters. Horses belonging to Minami-Kanto Horseracing can run.
This is the first leg of triple crown race of Minami-Kanto horseracing.
Winners since 2001
|2001||Toshin Blizzard||Takayuki Ishizaki||Kenji Sato||1:38.5|
|2002||Principal River||Takayuki Ishizaki||Hiromitsu Kurita||1:54.1|
|2003||Naiki a Delight||Takayuki Ishizaki||Ryuichi Degawa||1:52.3|
|2004||Tokino Kojiro||Nobuhiro Yamada||Rentaro Hasegawa||1:53.5|
|2005||Sea Chariot||Hiroyuki Uchida||Masayuki Kawashima||1:53.5|
|2006||Thank You Win||Seiji Sakai||Mitsuhiro Okabayashi||1:53.1|
|2007||Top Sabaton||Shun Ishizaki||Masao Kakimoto||1:51.1|
|2008||Nick Bunyan||Fumio Mataba||Youichi Sasaki||1:52.8|
|2009||Nike High Grade||Keita Tosaki||Masayuki Kawashima||1:54.9|
|2010||Seize the Gold||Hiroyuki Uchida||Katsunori Arayama||1:53.7|
|2011||Clave Secleta||Keita Tosaki||Masayuki Kawashima||1:52.1|
|2012||Art Sahara||Tadanari Konno||Katsunori Arakawa||1:52.9|
|2013||Outgeneral||Norifumi Mikamoto||Masayuki Kawashima||1:52.8|
|2014||Happy Sprint||Hiroto Yoshihara||Jyunpei Morishita||1:52.6|
|2015||Studium||Shun Ishizaki||Yoshiyuki Yano||1:54.6|
|2016||Turbulence||Taito Mori||Takashi Mizuno||1:55.5|
|2017||Captain King||Takayuki Yano||Naoyuki Matoba||1:54.4|
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