Buying a straight girl trap is a great way to find a racing horse that is not only going to be a great rider, but also has a chance to win money at the track. There are some important things that you need to consider when purchasing a straight girl trap, and they include: Ownership, Pedigree, and Racing career.
During her early career, Straight Girl showed some modest ability. She won the Listed Owari Stakes in 2013, and finished second in the Takamatsunomiya Kinen. But her performance improved in 2014. She placed in both the Grade 2 Centaur Stakes and the Grade 3 Silk Road Stakes. She was then stepped up to the Grade 1 level in March and finished third. In September, she returned to the track in the Grade 2 Centaur Stakes at Hanshin. In her sixth season, she seemed to be at the peak of her powers.
Straight Girl has a partial white blaze on the muzzle and a large white star on her nose. She is bred by Okamoto Ranch and is owned by Toshihiro Hirosaki. She is ridden by Yasunari Iwata.
During her first year in racing, Straight Girl showed modest ability. However, she quickly established herself as a high class performer and earned a Grade 3 victory in the Silk Road Stakes. She also won the Sprinters Stakes. She returned to racing in September in the Grade 2 Centaur Stakes at Hanshin. She won that race by two and a half lengths from Lady of Opera. She then placed in the Takamatsunomiya Kinen and was a Listed winner at Owari. In 2015, she appeared to have reached her peak. She won the Sprinters Stakes and the Grade 3 Silk Road Stakes.
In her career, she was bred at Okamoto Ranch and was trained by Toshihiro Hirosaki. She has a partial white blaze on her muzzle and a large white star on her head. She is a bay mare. She is a daughter of the popular stallion Straight Arrow. She was foaled on 12 March 2009. Straight Girl won the Sprinters Stakes by three and a half lengths and placed in the Takamatsunomiya kinen and the Listed Owari Stakes.