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In Today’s Notes: Big Performance a Meaningful One for Team Hattaash
In Today’s Notes: Mountaineer Juvenile Winner Rise Up Heads Futurity Noms; Divergent View and Tamazula Lead Lassie Noms
In Today’s Notes: Flower Spell Enjoys Break, Points to Stakes; Four Mid-America Alums Loom Large in Del Mar Derby; Winning JackPOT High-5 Ticket Sold in Colorado; Reminder: Friday First Post 2 p.m. in September
In Today’s Notes: Agent Di Nozzo Not in Washington Park for Third Place; Arlington Infants: Friday, Aug. 30 Preview
Jockey Heidi Rose scored her first victory when the Ida Spagnola-owned and –trained Silver Prince won the opening race by a nose Thursday at Arlington International Racecourse.
In Today’s Notes: Catalano’s Local Turf Stars Plot Paths; Tamazula Turns Some Heads
Multiple graded stakes winners Willcox Inn and Mister Marti Gras will share high impost of 122 pounds as they headline a field of six entered for Saturday’s Grade III $150,000 Washington Park Handi
In Today’s Notes: Team Valor Importing Irish Colt for Futurity; Arlington Played Key Role in French Group I Win
LA TIA POINTS TO AUTUMN CAMPAIGN
Hernandez Racing Club’s La Tia, who made all the running in the Grade I Beverly D. before finishing a valiant fifth, has exited her run in great shape, according to trainer Armando De La Cerda.
In Today’s Notes: Mister Marti Gras Heads Washington Park Noms; Arlington’s Brian W. Spencer New Fair Grounds Paddock Analyst
In Today’s Notes: Trainer Dale Bennett Hits 500 Wins; Blackhawks Resurgence Reflected in Horse Names; Nates Mineshaft Aggravates Suspensory in Million
In Today’s Notes: After Going Two for Four, Euros Depart; Home Team Festival-placed Shadwell Duo Come Back Well; Team Block Pleased with Performances on Illinois’ Biggest Day
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 17, 2013) – In a stretch run that was drama-filled before and after the finish line, Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey’s Real Solution was adjudged the winner in Arlington Million XXXI over Essafinaat Limited’s The Apache in front of an enthralled crowd of 34,222.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 17, 2013) – Admiral Kitten, a homebred son of Kitten's Joy for Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey, became the first Secretariat winner sired by a previous winner.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 17, 2013) – The result of the second edition of the $400,000 American St.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 17, 2013) – Dank came into the Grade I $750,000 Beverly D.
Alan Garcia (Real Solution, official winner): “Well, he broke really good, first two and a half I took him back out of there, he was nice and relaxed.
Ryan Moore (Dank, 1st): “She’s been real aggressive all year. She wasn’t real aggressive at Royal Ascot but apart from that she’s been real aggressive.
Rosie Napravnik (Admiral Kitten, 1st): “We were able to sit back and realx, that’s kind of the horse’s style. We got a clear trip around the second turn and he was just finishing fat.