Ines Fujinアイネスフウジン

"Wind God"

"Hey hey~! I'm Ines Fujin! I'm going to race and work hard to make sure my family is happy!~"

Ines Fujin
Ines Fujin
Ines Fujin
Ines Fujin

Full of energy! A hardworking family girl!

She's an overly-friendly horse girl with the disposition of an eldest daughter. She's known for her quick start, and her strong sense of responsibility. She has two twin younger sisters and works part-time jobs to make ends meet, but she never considers it a burden. She wants to do her best to enjoy the opportunity given to her by her mother at Tracen Academy, and show good results.

Birthday: Apr 10

Class: High School

Dorm: Miho

Roommate: Mejiro Ryan

Ears: They tend to react when they hear the sound of little kids.

Tail: Used to being played with by her sisters, she's never surprised when it's grabbed.

Family: "Always hold hands when going out" is her family's rule.


  • Her classmates accidentally call her "big sis" at least three times a month.
  • She can wrap any box neatly and quickly.

Height: 167cm

Three Sizes: B88 W58 H84

Shoe Size: L24cm, R24.5cm

Weight: Slight increase (ate a little too much?)

Preferred Ground: Turf

Preferred Distance: Mile, Mid

Preferred Strategy: Escape

Strengths: Quick cooking

Weaknesses: Luxury, requests (she can't refuse them)

Calls self: Atashi, Ines Onee-chan (あたし、アイネスお姉ちゃん)

Calls Trainer: Trainer (トレーナー)

Nicknames: Ines

Voiced by: Rika Nagae (長江里加)

Rika Nagae

Other Roles:

  • Hayate Hisakawa (The iDOLM@STER)
  • Olivia (Asobi Asobase)
Ines Fujin

Sex: Stallion

Record: 8 Races, 4 Wins (2 G1 Wins)

Notable Races:

  • 1st - Asahi Hai Sansai Stakes (1989)
  • 1st - Japanese Derby (1990)


  • His name comes from the clan name (Ines), plus the wind god Fujin. There is also an Ines Raijin for the lightning god.
  • Ines Fujin's farm was in a poor financial situation during his racing period. Even despite winning one of the biggest races at the time, ends were not being met and led to a dark end for the owner and his shareholders.
  • Before he won the derby, there was no custom for fans to call out the jockey’s or the horse’s name when they won. But after he won, the 196,517-person crowd started shouting the name of his jockey, Eiji Nakano. This was known as the Nakano Call (Na-ka-no!).
  • 196,517 is also the highest number of attendance for any horse race ever held on earth (this match was Mejiro Ryan vs. Ines Fujin vs. White Stone). The record remains today.
  • Despite making a record at the Derby, he is a famous example of being destroyed by the race itself. By the end of the race, both Ines Fujin and Eiji Nakano were exhausted. During his winning lap, instead of walking gallantly, he made more of a trot and there were tears in his eyes.
  • After the race, he was found to have a swollen left leg, which was then diagnosed as flexor tendonitis (Bowed tendon). After spending two and a half months at a hot spring rehab centre, he tried to return to training on August 30th, 1990 but his legs were still unsteady. Thus his officials announced his retirement. Due to his official’s wishes, a retirement ceremony for Ines Fujin was not held.