Globetrotting Archipenko, runner-up in last year's Grade I Arlington Million and the projected European-based Million favorite this year, was a late withdrawal from last weekend's Group I Coral-Ecl
After winning last summer's Grade III Arlington Handicap, the well regarded Stream Cat, owned by Fab Oak Stable, Bobby Hurley and John Goldthorp was inexplicably rank in the early going of the 2008
French-born conditioner Christophe Clement, an acknowledged master handler of turf-favoring Thoroughbreds, has won the last two renewals of Arlington's Grade I Beverly D.
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The winner of Arlington Million XXVII on Aug 8 will receive an automatic invitation to this year's Japan Cup in Tokyo Nov 29, it was announced by the Japan Racing Association (JRA) earlier this wee
The winner of the 27th edition of the Grade I Arlington Million on Aug 8 will receive an automatic invitation to participate in the Group I $5.6 million Japan Cup to be contested Nov 29, 2009, at T
General admission and reserved seats for individual days during the upcoming Arlington Park season as well as reservations for the Terrace Café will go on sale on April 1 at Tweet
The International Festival of Racing, featuring the 27th running of the Grade I Arlington Million, tops a 2009 schedule that includes 27 stakes races worth $5,225,000 during 98
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