Arlington Million

News

  • Barn Notes: Thursday, July 28, 2016

    • First Race Canceled Due to Weather Delay
    • Surgical Strike Looking at Possible Start in Secretariat
    • No Smooth Start for Forest Circle in Stakes Debut

  • Barn Notes: Saturday, July 23, 2016

    • Divisidero Resting Up for a Possible Start in Arlington Million
    • Forest Circle Steps Up in Second Start

  • Barn Notes: Thursday, July 21, 2016

    • Maker Readies String for Million Day at Arlington
    • Always A Catch Entered in Sunday for Arlington Racing Club

  • Barn Notes: Wednesday, July 20, 2016

    • Patrick Byrne Spending Summer at Arlington
    • Stidham Runners Could Show Up Again on Million Day 

  • Barn Notes: Saturday, July 16, 2016

    • Strict Observance Shines in Arlington Debut
    • The Pizza Man Resilient; Still Considering Arlington Million

  • Barn Notes: Friday, July 15, 2016

    • Godolphin String Eyeing Million Day Stakes
    • Million Day Noms Headline Cross-Country Weekend Stakes
    • Forever Royal Second for Arlington Racing Club

  • Barn Notes: Thursday, July 14, 2016

    • One Mean Man Triumphant in American Derby
    • Kasaqui Clear Standout in Arlington Handicap
    • Pumpkin Rumble Gutsy in Stars and Stripes Finish

  • Kasaqui Hits High Note in Grade III Arlington Handicap

    Wimborne Farm’s Kasaqui (ARG) proved much the best for trainer Ignacio Correas, IV as he won the 81st running of the Grade III $125,000 Arlington Handicap at Arlington International Racecourse on July 9 and punched his ticket to the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million. The 6-year-old son of Lasting Approval sat just off the leaders through the opening six furlongs, was guided outside on the turn by jockey Robby Albarado then made the lead entering the stretch and cleared the field under mild urging to win by 1¼ lengths in a final time of 1:55.62 for the 1 3/16 miles on the turf.

  • One Mean Man Takes Top Honors in Grade III American Derby

    L. T. B. Inc. and Hillerich Racing’s One Mean Man improved upon his second-place finish in last month’s Grade III Arlington Classic when storming from off the pace to capture Saturday’s Grade III $125,000 American Derby for 3-year-olds as part of Million Preview Day at Arlington International Racecourse.

  • Greengrassofyoming Gets the Money in Grade III Stars and Stripes Thriller

    While longshot Chip Leader had the wire all to himself the first time past the finish in Saturday’s Grade III $100,000 Stars and Stripes at Arlington International Racecourse, it was Michael Hui’s Greengrassofyoming whose nose landed on the wire first when it mattered in a thrilling four-horse photo finish on Million Preview Day.