Shogun Lodge

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Shogun Lodge (25 September 1996 – 8 November 2003) was an Australian Thoroughbred racehorse who won three Group One races, and had each of his 58 starts in Group races. He was a chestnut gelding by Grand Lodge (USA) out of the unraced mare Pride of Tahnee (Best Western-Tahnee's Pride), who also produced the Group One winners Singing The Blues (by Blues Traveller (IRE)) and Referral (by Dr Grace).

Racing career

Shogun Lodge made a winning debut in the Listed Canonbury Stakes at Randwick on 3 October 1998, and won three of his four starts prior to the Golden Slipper, in which he started favourite and finished a close third. At three and four, Shogun Lodge won his Group One races, the Epsom Handicap, the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, and the George Main Stakes, in which he defeated the champion mare Sunline. Shogun Lodge won stakes races at two, three, four, five, and seven, and prize money of $4,640,315. In addition, Shogun Lodge was runner-up in 12 Group One races, including the Doncaster Handicap (twice) and the Victoria and AJC Derbies, and, since the introduction of the Group system in the late-1970s, few if any horses have been runner-up in more. These 12 races included defeats by the champions Northerly, Sunline, and Lonhro, and he lost three races by a short-half-head. In one of his greatest performances, Shogun Lodge was beaten...
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