- “I'm aiming for the derby! You think that's impossible? Well, I'm gonna go for it no matter what, got it?!”
Vodka (ウオッカ, Uokka)  is a supporting character in Uma Musume: Pretty Derby.
Vodka is a delinquent horse girl who is determined to live the cool life, no matter where the road of life takes her. Being influenced by her bike-loving father, Vodka grew up to have the same interests and hobbies, always talking about the latest bikes, and shares his same beliefs with a strong conviction. She aims to always look cool and be ready to take on any challenge that life throws her way, in or out the racetrack.
One of the most notable attributes about her is her eternal rivalry with her roommate and fellow Team Spica member, Daiwa Scarlet. The two are like cats and dogs, always bickering and competing against each other to determine who is the best among them. It's almost rare to see them agree on one thing with each other
She has short dark brown hair on the front with tips that curl outwards. Her ponytail has a fade to white in addition to the white patch in her bangs. She wears yellow band on her left ear and an accessory in her hair.
- Some of her training scenarios in the game reveal that Vodka isn't as messy as some people may view her as. In the christmas scenario, it's revealed that she does all the cooking in her house during the holidays. From her mum's influence, she is also a neat and organised horse girl as well (save for the bike posters in her room, which Daiwa Scarlet complains about).
- She is the only horse girl in the game to refer to herself in with the very masculine pronoun "ore". However, the real life Vodka was a mare.
- The real life Vodka was a beast to be reckoned with in her time. During her racing career, she won seven G1 titles; among these accomplishments is the 2007 Japan Derby, in which she became the first filly to win in 64 years.
- Her other notable wins include the 2006 Hanshin Juvenile Fillies, the 2008 and 2009 editions of the Yasuda Kinen, the 2008 Autumn Tennoshou, the 2009 Victoria Mile and the 2009 Japan Cup.
- Her rivalry with Daiwa Scarlet was also a real life one. They first went head to head in the 2006 Tulip Sho, where Vodka beat her. They raced against each other in several occasions afterwads.