To the investigation of mane cutting such as derby horses, Urakawacho, Hokkaido, September 18th, 12:09
At the horseback riding facility in Urakawa-cho, Hokkaido, the 1993 derby horse, "Winning Ticket" mane was found cut by someone. Similar damage has been confirmed at other ranches this month, and police are investigating allegations of property damage.
The damage was caused by the “Winning Ticket” bred at the riding tourism facility in Urakawa Town, and the staff of the facility on the 16th cut the mane 10 cm wide and 20 cm long, with something like a knife. I confirmed that it was.
The “Winning Ticket” is a famous horse that won the Japanese Derby in 1993. After retirement, you can spend the rest of your life in this facility, and visitors can freely visit and touch it.
In this region, two policemen such as “Taiki Shuttle” who retired after winning five G1 races at home and abroad at the Hidakacho ranch on 15th of this month suffered damage caused by the same mane. Both have decided to investigate on the suspicion of damage to the equipment.
Atsushi Ota, a horse riding instructor who takes care of the winning ticket, said, “It is a serious problem for us, this horse, fans, and ranch officials because of their insidious behavior. I was talking.