Last time, sure, Kitasan sang on the same stage as Dia after she only got second on the Arima Kinen. However, Kitasan still feels down, and I became apparent why.
Kitasan is seen crying after Nature sees her near that stump. Funny how Kitasan is crying when she has 3 G1 wins, and Nature has zero. As Nature walks away, Kitasan calls out to her. She wants help as Kitasan talks about Dia to Nature, as she can’t win. Sure, Nature says it was a good race, given how close. Kitasan mentions Dia’s aura was crackling. She realizes it at first but concludes that she can never beat Dia. Nature said Kitasan is strong enough and not to worry about it.
Obviously, Kitasan goes soul searching. Evidently, she feels down and Dia notices after doing their prayers and buying the same charm. Dia eventually mentions wanting to win the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. She wants Kitasan to come along and try to win it together. Kitasan doesn’t know what to think, except that Dia is like Duramente.
It doesn’t stop there. Of course, Kitasan asked about Duramente’s recovery. The talk of goals becomes apparent as she wants to become the strongest horsegirl in the world. She eventually asks what is Kitasan’s reason for winning. Kitasan is not sure. This question gets stuck in her mind. Kitasan wants to be like Teio but decides she can’t and has to run her own way. She is not sure what path to take.
Eventually, Teio notices that Kitasan wants to talk to her. She asked about the goal thing. Of course, Teio shares her broken dreams, as we know from the second season. If you don’t recall, she has to change goals several times as she can’t do it because of an injury. While she was able to stage a comeback thanks to everyone’s support, she still felt the push to keep running.
While Kitasan heads back, she sees a trainer training young horse girls. Also, she runs into the usual townspeople who support her. Yep, they gave her a lot of free stuff. This reminds her of the smiles from the audience, which she recalls Teio’s races and how it felt when she won. She eventually finds her goal of trying to recreate that moment. While Kitasan can’t be a prodigy or become a star, she has to keep trying and never give up to create a scene like she envisions. That is the spirit! Which one will it be, and can she achieve it? We have to wait and see.
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