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In Today’s Notes: Well Traveled Side Glance Ready for More; Fourth Time Hopefully a Charm for Wigmore Hall; Noseda Sanguine and Sensible
In Today’s Notes: Little Mike Connections Hope Million Sets Up Showdown with Wise Dan
In Today’s Notes: Two Euros Put in Grass Works for Festival; Gifted Girl Camp Confident; “Little Difference” between Botti’s Dandino and Jakkalberry
In Today’s Notes: $1 Million Purse Attracts Indy Point to Arlington Million
In Today’s Notes:The Apache Works Toward Million;Dank a Danger to the Favorites in the Beverly D.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (August 14, 2013) – Priscilla Vaccarezza’s three-time North American Grade I winner and defending Arlington Million champion Little Mike will defend his crown against a field that includes the winners of Group I races on four other continents in Saturday’s marquee turf spectacular. The Dale Romans-trained son of Spanish Steps has not finished better than fourth in three Grade/Group I events in 2013, including a disappointing trip to Dubai, but has been training forwardly for his confident connections.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (August 14, 2013) – Craig Bernick said he wants to test his family’s Marketing Mix on an international level, and the mare will get that chance as the 5-2 morning line favorite against eight others in the Grade I $750,000 Beverly D. Stakes as part of the International Festival of Racing on Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 14, 2013) – Thirteen sophomore colts and geldings will contest the $500,000 Grade I Secretariat Stakes at 1¼-miles on Arlington International's world-famous turf course. Three have a special connection to the Secretariat, being sons of 2004 winner Kitten's Joy, who will seek to become the first Secretariat winner to sire a subsequent winner. That trio of runners looking to make history will be met by four runners exiting the Grade II Virginia Derby, another major race won by Kitten's Joy in 2004.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 14, 2013) – In last year’s inaugural running of the American St. Leger, it was the globetrotting Jakkalberry owned by Darren Dance’s Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock and trained by Marco Botti that took home the top prize in the $400,000 race. That team returns this year with the British-bred Dandino in hopes of a repeat score in Saturday’s mile and eleven-sixteenths marathon turf event at Arlington International Racecourse.
In Today’s Notes: Contessa Shares Firm Stance on Rydilluc’s Strengths
Ask any rider which race he or she would most like to win, and the most frequently offered answer is the Kentucky Derby, but within each riding colony around the country, there exists a sense of pr
In Today’s Notes:Local Connections Want Beverly D. Win for Marketing Mix;Key Connections Relish Chance to Run in Million
In Today’s Notes: Trainer Reade Baker Confident in Solid Appeal; Final Europeans Arrive For Festival
In Today’s Notes: Kitten’s Joy Offspring Figure Prominently in International Festival of Racing
In Today’s Notes: Nates Mineshaft and Ioya Bigtime Impressive in Final Festival Drills; My Option Puts in Easy Drill for Hatoof; Ten Euros Arrive at Arlington, Four More Expected Sunday; Night School to Focus on Million Tuesday and Thursday
In Today’s Notes: Shadwell’s Festival Duo Work in Tandem; La Tia Works with Desormeaux; Amen Kitten and Ojos de Hielo Drill Toward Festival; Block Works Hatoof Hopefuls
In Today’s Notes: Six Euros Pre-enter Million to Take on Little Mike, A Bevy of Talent Pre-entered for Beverly D., Secretariat Could Be Round Three for Rydilluc and Jack Milton, Dark Cove and Dandino Headline American St. Leger Pre-entries
In Today’s Notes: Peitz Pleased but Prudent about Festival Pair; Stevens to Ride Draw Two in Secretariat; Temeraine Training Well Toward Million
In this edition: Arlington Million XXXI: Europe Prepares Big Assault on Little Mike; Beverly D.: Improving Ausus Takes on Marketing Mix and Euro Trio; Secretariat: A Field Packed with Promise; American St. Leger: Wigmore Hall Could Finally Achieve Arlington Glory