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Saturday, July 14, 2012
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Million Preview Day
WATCH THE "BEST OF THE BEST" ON MILLION PREVIEW DAY!
Million Preview Day is one of the most important days of the Arlington Park season which includes four major turf races — the Stars and Stripes, Arlington Handicap, the Modesty Handicap, and the American Derby — that will play a significant role in determining the starters for the International Festival of Racing on August 18.
Come out, see the stars shine, and be part of the action! You can even begin your day early, and take part in one of the most special times at Arlington Park with Breakfast at Arlington.
The first 3,000 guests to purchase tickets online will get a Million baseball cap!
Watch the horses go through their morning training regimen against a breathtaking backdrop of early morning sunlight and enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet that will be available for purchase.
You can even secure a spot on our popular backstretch tour in advance with the purchase of a special VIP Backstretch Tour and Breakfast Package, limited to the first 40 guests to purchase tickets online for each event date.
Get all the details and pricing for Breakfast at Arlington and the VIP Backstretch Tour package here.
Today’s Miller Lite Saturday Summer Bash features the amazing sounds of the Suburban Cowboys performing on the main band stage from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. And don’t forget Mr. D’s Sports Bar stays open after the races so stop in and keep the party going!
Can’t make it today? Check out the electrifying Miller Lite Saturday Summer Bash line-up for the 2012 season.
Arlington Park continues in its efforts to promote fan education with ‘Learn to Win’ seminars to be held in the track’s Park area. Hosted by Daily Herald and horseplayernow.com racing analyst Joe Kristufek and sidekick Brian Spencer, these informal sessions will take place on selected weekend and holiday dates. Kristufek and Spencer will teach race goers the basics of reading the racing program as well as how to construct wagers that give them the best chance to be successful at the races. In addition, they will answer any questions that fans may have when it comes to handicapping races.