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At nine years of age, Robert Courtney Jr.’s Rahystrada became not only the oldest horse to win the Arlington Handicap but also the first horse to win the Grade III turf race three
Kenneth & Sarah Ramsey’s Dark Cove overtook pacesetter and defending champion Ioya Bigtime in the stretch to win the $150,000 Stars and Stripes Stakes by 1 ¾ lengths in course record time of 2:27.39 for the mile and half distance over firm turf.
In Today's Notes: Bold Kitten Leads Home Team Noms for Arlington Oaks; Martinez on Fire Friday Afternoon
In Today’s Notes: Formidable Fordubai Back on the Winning Track; Diego Sanchez Comes Back in Style; Jockey Rosie Napravnik to be at Arlington University Saturday
In Today’s Notes: Four Stakes Winners Face Off in Coach Jimi Lee
WinStar Farm’s General Election, an impressive winner of the first leg of the Mid-America Triple – the Grade III Arlington Classic on May 25 – returns against some familiar foes and a few new faces
Kenneth & Sarah Ramsey’s formidable Dark Cove and Team Block’s defending champion Ioya Bigtime, plus the relative dearth of marathon runners in this country leaves the field fo
Skara Glen Stables, W. S. Farish & George Prussin’s Colonial Flag, Andrew Stone’s Strathnaver and Hernandez Racing Club’s La Tia are among the more prominent names in Saturday’s Grade III $200,000 Modesty Handicap at a mile and three-sixteenths on the turf.
Multiple Grade I winner Dullahan and two-time Arlington Handicap champion Rahystrada headline a field of eight older males in Saturday's Grade III $200,000 Arlington Handicap to be run over 10 furlongs on the Arlington International turf course.
In This Edition: Arlington Million XXXI: Little Mike on Track for Million, Italian Vedelago Joins Fray; Beverly D.: Gifted Girl and Ladys First Bring Rivalry Across the Pond; Secretariat: American Derby Tops Three Major Preps this Weekend; American St. Leger: Forte dei Marmi Impressive in Singspiel; Stars & Stripes Key Prep
In Today’s Notes: Saint Leon Exits Arlington Sprint Triumph in Divine Form; Hall of Fame Trainer Jack Van Berg to Ha
Margaret Burlingham’s Saint Leon led from gate to wire to earn a repeat victory in the Listed $100,000 Arlington Sprint on Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse. E. T.
In Today’s Notes: General Election Ready to Claim Leg Two of Mid-America Triple; Ioya Bigtime to Take One More Stab at Streaking Dark Cove in Stars and Stripes; Flower Spell Wins on Six Days Rest for Mason
In Today’s Notes: A Series of Firsts on the Fourth for Apprentice Colvin; Donegal Duo Probable to Take on Defending Champ Rahystrada in Arlington ‘Cap; Colonial Flag, La Tia and Strathnaver Highlight Modesty Probables
In Today’s Notes: Yankee Injunuity Outrunning His Age, Ready for Arlington Sprint; Dorsett A Possible Rising Star for Stidham
In this edition: Arlington Million XXXI: Eclipse and U.N. Will Reveal Much; Beverly D.: Ambivalent and Somali Lemonade Impress, Ladys First In; Secretariat: Team Valor’s First Cornerstone Fits the Profile; American St. Leger: Euros Begin to Look Formidable
Saturday’s Listed $100,000 Arlington Sprint has attracted three of the last four winners of the 5½-furlong turf dash including one who went on to win the Breeders’ Cup Sprint that same season.
In Today’s Notes: Cozze Up Lady Exits Chicago Win Well, Aubby K Suffers Abrasions; Defending Meet Champion Torres Pulls a Saturday Hat Trick
The Bret Calhoun-trained filly Cozze Up Miss notched her first stakes victory when coming from off the pace to win the Grade III Chicago Handicap by three-quarters of a length on Saturday at Arling