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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
In Today’s Notes: Saint Leon, Regally Ready and Chamberlain Bridge Head Arlington Sprint Noms; Friday’s Seventh Race Provided Meet-High Payoffs
In Today’s Notes: Channing Hill Set for Saturday Return; Chris Block’s Stakes Squad Primed for July
In Today’s Notes: Tim Thornton: Batter and Bruised, But Spirit Not Broken; Rosemary Ready to Return
Grade I stakes winner Aubby K heads a field of 10 filly and mare sprinters entered for Saturday’s $150,000 Chicago Handicap. The Grade III race will be run at seven furlongs over Polytrack.
In This Edition: Arlington Million XXXI: Europe Heats Up; Beverly D.: Don’t Discount Dalkala; American S
In Today’s Notes: Hall of Famer Desormeaux Takes Command in Jockey Ranks; Unlucky Royal Ascot Runner-up Dandino Now Possible for Million
In Today’s Notes: Chicago Handicap Shaping Up Well; Ramsey Stable Owning the Arlington Exacta; Veteran Trainer Bettis Passes
In Today’s Notes: Shadwell’s Ausus and Najjaar Take Aim at Million Preview Day; De La Cerda Excited About the New and Improved La Tia
In Today’s Notes: A Lady, a Prince and a Saint – Michele Boyce’s Noble Steeds Are Ready for Summer; Mason’s Flower Spell on Target for Chicago ‘Cap, Rahab Your Soul “OK”; Multiple Carryover Pools for Friday’s Card
Arlington Million XXXI: Prince of Wales’s Recap, Willcox Inn to Test Little Mike in U.N.; Beverly D.: La Tia Keeps Improving; Secretariat: Centaur and Hill Prince Produce Exciting Possibilities
In Today’s Notes: Impressive Black Tie Affair Winner Coalport Possible for Arlington Handicap | Canadian Bettor Brings Down Jackpot High 5
Hernandez Racing Club's Grade III winner La Tia broke sharply and led at every call en route to a facile 3 ½ length score for trainer Armando De la cerda in Saturday