Arlington Million

Race History

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Date/TrackRaceGradeDistanceFinishChartReplay

July 21, 2013 - Cur

Kilboy Estate Stakes

21 1/8 Miles (T)1ChartReplay

June 19, 2013 - Asc

Duke of Cambridge Stakes

21 Mile (T)3ChartReplay

May 5, 2013 - New

Qatar Bloodstock Dahlia Stakes

31 1/8 Miles (T)1Chart

Connections

Sir Michael R. Stoute

Trainer

Sir Michael R. Stoute was born Oct. 22, 1945 in  Barbados.  He resides  in Newmarket, England at Freemason Lodge Stables where he trains.

Ryan Moore

Jockey

Ryan Moore was born Sept. 18, 1983. His father Gary is a trainer and his brothers, Jamie and Josh, are both steeplechase jockeys. Ryan initially rode over jumps, winning on his very first ride, Mersey Beat, trained by his father, at Towcester on May 18, 2000. His first flat winner came on the all-weather track in January 2002, when he rode Marwell's Kris to victory for Belgian trainer E C Chopin.

James Wigan

Owner

James Wigan is a Bloodstock Agent and is Managing Director of London Thoroughbred Services (LTS), a company he founded in 1976. LTS is a leading international bloodstock agency (see www.lts-uk.com for more info). Wigan has also been a horse owner for more than twenty five years, and the best horse he has owned prior to Dank was the filly Sulk (whom he also bred), winner of the 2001 Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac at Longchamp as a two year old.

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Pedigree

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Starter Analysis

Daughter of top European sire Dansili was last seen when winning at Group Two event over nine furlongs at the Curragh in July and has won three of her lifetime starts on turf. Four-year-old is trained by Sir Michael Stoute who has enjoyed considerable success with his runners in North America over the years and filly is relatively fresh and is coming off perhaps her strongest performance. Bay, who will receive Lasix for the first time, can be dangerous running from off the pace leading European rider Ryan Moore in the saddle.  

04 Dank (GB) 7-2